On This Date 5/5/1966
The Montreal Canadiens dynasty continues as they win their 14th Stanley Cup. It is the second straight for the Canadiens and the seventh in 11 years. The Canadiens beat the Detroit Red Wings in six games, with a 3-2 overtime win at the Olympia on a goal by Henri Richard. Despite the loss, Detroit goalie Roger Crozier wins the Conn Smythe as the Playoff MVP. It was the first time since 1954. An overtime goal won the Stanley Cup.