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By Zane Miller

On Thursday, April 13th, 1933, the New York Rangers defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto to win the 20th Stanley Cup Finals three games to one. It was the fourth Stanley Cup championship for the Maple Leafs franchise, and the eighth that was won in Ontario. These are the top five players that I felt most stood out during the series.

5. #1 Lorne Chabot (Maple Leafs)- G

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Chabot got the win in game three, as he allowed two goals on the way to the Maple Leafs’ 3-2 win, as well as nearly getting a shutout in game four with a 1-0 overtime loss.

4. #15 Ken Doraty (Maple Leafs)- F

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Doraty scored player of the game honors in game three, getting two goals as the Maple Leafs went on to win it 3-2.

3. #2 Earl Seibert (Rangers)- D

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Seibert picked up player of the game honors in game two, nabbing a goal as the Rangers won it 3-1 to pull further ahead in the series.

2. #8 Cecil Dillon (Rangers)- F

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Dillon earned player of the game in game one, as he scored two goals to help the Rangers to the 5-1 win.

1. #1 Andy Aitkenhead (Rangers)- G

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Aitkenhead was game four’s player of the game, getting a shutout in the Rangers’ 1-0 overtime victory to claim the series title.

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