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07-09-2013, 07:35 AM
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Rare Footage of 1933 Stanley Cup Final (and other goodies)



Game 4 footage (won series 3-1) and interviews with Lester Patrick, Ching Johnson, and the Cook brothers.

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Some notes:

* Ching Johnson was voted best LD in the league that year. He's easy to spot on the ice -- enormous, bald head. Watch him at 3:45 and 4:00.
* Rangers are on the penalty kill at 9:30. The RW (I can't figure out who) absolutely FLYS up the ice.
* Earl Seibert stops the rush at 0:17, then takes the puck up the ice.
* Cool clip of the team walking through the tunnel at 7:04. (#9 Murray Murdoch, #16 Ossie Asmundson, #8 Cecil Dillon, #7 Frank Boucher, #4 Babe Siebert, #10 Butch Keeling, #3 Ching Johnson, #11 Carl Voss, #15 Doug Brennan)


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Great find! Thanks for sharing!

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Great find.

Andy Aitkenhead with the scally cap. Bill Cook with the winner.

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Some notes:

* Ching Johnson was voted best LD in the league that year. He's easy to spot on the ice -- enormous, bald head. Watch him at 3:45 and 4:00.
* Rangers are on the penalty kill at 9:30. The RW (I can't figure out who) absolutely FLYS up the ice.
* Earl Seibert stops the rush at 0:17, then takes the puck up the ice.
* Cool clip of the team walking through the tunnel at 7:04. (#9 Murray Murdoch, #16 Ossie Asmundson, #8 Cecil Dillon, #7 Frank Boucher, #4 Babe Siebert, #10 Butch Keeling, #3 Ching Johnson, #11 Carl Voss, #15 Doug Brennan)
listening to the commentator, he said it was Bill Cook. he sure was flying

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listening to the commentator, he said it was Bill Cook. he sure was flying
Thanks! Had the sound off at my office. Cook led the league in goals and points that season, and finished 2nd in Hart voting. Second year in a row Eddie Shore took the Hart away from a Ranger.

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I have hellers jersey from that game

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This commentator is way better than Doc.

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We've been soft since '33 at least, no one pulled a McSorely.

Great find, having trouble figuring out if the players didn't mind Foster or if they were giving him the Pierre treatment.

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Rough and tough really didn't emerge until the 70's. You had the occassional stick swinging incident though, like the famous Geoffrion/Murphy incident in 1953. If you thought the Rangers response to Gaborik/Carcillo was soft, get a load of this...


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I'm absolutely fascinated with how nonchalant winning the cup seemed then. I mean, a stanley cup deciding overtime goal, and no excitement from the announcer, a very conservative goal celebration from Cook, and the rest of the team just skates off like nothing happened. I mean, the contrast between the emotion of winning it then vs today seems huge!

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Amazing, that team actually looks softer than the current one..Some things never change I guess.

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Amazing footage. Thanks so much for this Crease.

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WOW this is awesome! Thanks Crease! Maybe you should share it with the Maple Laugh fans? They mite like it as well?

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Thanks Crease

This is awesome

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Now who stole this and posted it on ******?

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Hah. I'm glad it's making rounds. Even the youtube page is getting comments now.

Is anyone else surprised how modern the game looks, even in 1933? I had something completely different in mind before I came across the footage.

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Thanks! Had the sound off at my office. Cook led the league in goals and points that season, and finished 2nd in Hart voting. Second year in a row Eddie Shore took the Hart away from a Ranger.
dont know if you threw all that info out to make up for me filling you in. i wasnt talking down to you cos you didnt know who a Ranger was, just helping you out. either way, good info!

next time, bring headphones to work!

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dont know if you threw all that info out to make up for me filling you in. i wasnt talking down to you cos you didnt know who a Ranger was, just helping you out. either way, good info!
The thought never crossed my mind.

Glad you enjoyed the video. Going to see what else I can dig up and post it in the coming days.

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The thought never crossed my mind.

Glad you enjoyed the video. Going to see what else I can dig up and post it in the coming days.
thats be cool. there seems to be quite a good collection of fans here knowledgeable in the early years. id love to see what you guys can dig up.

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faces offs are interesting.

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Golden find.

Could you imagine if a reporter tried to interview Torts in the actual locker room between periods?

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Truely awesome! Thank you.

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At first I thought it said 1993 and I was like "Habs??? Wrong forum brah"

Many, many thanks for sharing Crease.

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Incredible! That was at MSG 3 ?


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