1. Charlie Gardiner has a record, as his name is on the Stanley Cup 11 times. 2. The first five seasons of the 21st century all had Stanley Cup Finals series which went to a game seven. 3. “The Dinosaur” holds the record for most goals in the playoffs as a rookie. 4. The New York Islanders were the first American team to win three straight Stanley Cups. 5. Charlie Gardiner is the only goalie to ever captain a Stanley Cup Championship team. 1. F. Henri Richard holds that record. He earned a reputation as one of hockey’s most relentless fore-checkers of all time while accomplishing this amazing feat. 2. F. There were only four. The previous five years, 1995-2000, none went the full seven games. 3. T. Dino Ciccarelli, known as the Dinosaur, holds the playoff record with 14 goals for a rookie. 4. T. Lead by Mike Bossy, they actually won four straight Stanley Cups from 1980-1983. 5. T. Gardiner, considered Chicago’s first hockey superstar, lead the team to the Stanley Cup title in 1934, which placed Chicago on the hockey map.