NHL's Longest Stanley Cup Finals

Updated: June 13, 2013, 1:03 AM ET
Associated Press

Longest Stanley Cup finals that have gone past two overtimes, with date, score, round, time of overtime and game-winning goal:

May 15, 1990 -- Edmonton 3, Boston 2, final, 55:13, Petr Klima.

June 19, 1999 -- Dallas 2, Buffalo 1, Stanley Cup winner, 54:51, Brett Hull.

June 8, 2002 -- Detroit 3, Carolina 2, final, 54:47, Igor Larionov.

April 9, 1931 -- Chicago 3, Montreal Canadiens 2, final, 53:50, Cy Wentworth.

June 12, 2013 -- Chicago 4, Boston 3, final, 52:08, Andrew Shaw.

June 2, 2008 -- Pittsburgh 4, Detroit 3, final, 49:57, Petr Sykora.

June 8, 2000 -- Dallas 1, New Jersey 0, final, 46:21, Mike Modano.

June 10, 1996 -- Colorado 1, Florida 0, Stanley Cup winner, 44:31, Uwe Krupp.


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