The (possible) Stillman feat club

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  1. GuloGulo

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    Stillman (given that the Canes indeed win the finals), joins Claude Lemieux in the club of back to back champs with different teams.

    How many others have done this in modern times? At all?
    Are there players who've won three (or more) consecutive Stanley cups with different teams?
     
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    Not sure what your definition of modern times is but Ed Litzenberger won with chicago in 1961 & then with toronto in 62,63,64.
     
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    the rosters are listed you can go through them looking for your answer
     
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    No I dont believe there is. Claude Lemieux of course in '95 and then '96.
     

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