The 1983 Stanley Cup Finals NHL championship series was contested by the Edmonton Oilers in their first-ever Finals appearance and the defending champion New York Islanders, in their fourth, and fourth consecutive, Finals appearance. The Islanders would win the best-of-seven series four games to none, to win their fourth-straight and fourth-overall Stanley Cup. It was also the fourth straight Finals of post-1967 expansion teams, and the first involving a former World Hockey Association (WHA) team. This is also the most recent time that a defending Stanley Cup champion has won the cup four years in a row, and also the first (and, to date, only) time a North American professional sports team has won four consecutive titles in any league competition with more than twenty teams. Since 1983, no

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  • La finale della Stanley Cup 1983 è stata una serie al meglio delle sette gare che ha determinato il campione della National Hockey League per la stagione 1982-83. Al termine dei playoff i New York Islanders, campioni della Prince of Wales Conference, si sfidarono contro gli Edmonton Oilers, campioni nella Clarence S. Campbell Conference. Gli Oilers nella serie finale di Stanley Cup usufruirono del fattore campo in virtù del maggior numero di punti ottenuti nella stagione regolare, 106 punti contro i 96 degli Islanders. La serie iniziò il 10 maggio e finì il 17 maggio con la conquista della Stanley Cup da parte degli Islanders per 4 a 0. Per la formazione di New York si trattò del quarto successo consecutivo in altrettante apparizioni in finale, mentre gli Oilers furono la prima formazione proveniente dalla World Hockey Association a giungere fino alla serie finale della NHL. Dopo la dinastia degli Islanders nessuna franchigia professionistica nordamericana fu in grado di vincere quattro titoli consecutivi. Per la città di Edmonton si trattò della prima finale disputata in sessanta anni, infatti nel 1923 gli Edmonton Eskimos campioni della WCHL persero per 2-0 la serie finale contro gli Ottawa Senators. Al termine della serie il portiere canadese Billy Smith fu premiato con il Conn Smythe Trophy, trofeo assegnato al miglior giocatore dei playoff. (it)
  • The 1983 Stanley Cup Finals NHL championship series was contested by the Edmonton Oilers in their first-ever Finals appearance and the defending champion New York Islanders, in their fourth, and fourth consecutive, Finals appearance. The Islanders would win the best-of-seven series four games to none, to win their fourth-straight and fourth-overall Stanley Cup. It was also the fourth straight Finals of post-1967 expansion teams, and the first involving a former World Hockey Association (WHA) team. This is also the most recent time that a defending Stanley Cup champion has won the cup four years in a row, and also the first (and, to date, only) time a North American professional sports team has won four consecutive titles in any league competition with more than twenty teams. Since 1983, no professional sports team on the continent has managed to win four straight championships and no NHL team has won more than two consecutive championships (most recently the Detroit Red Wings in 1997 and 1998). This would be the first of eight consecutive Finals contested by a team from Alberta (of which the Oilers played in six and the Calgary Flames in two). Although it was not the first Stanley Cup Finals to be contested by an Albertan team (the 1923 and 1924 Finals had been contested by teams from Edmonton and Calgary respectively), 1983 saw the first Finals games played in Alberta. (en)
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  • *11 Wayne Merrick *14 Bob Bourne *19 Bryan Trottier *21 Brent Sutter *25 Billy Carroll *91 Robert Butch Goring
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  • --05-10
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  • *5 Denis Potvin *2 Mike McEwen *3 Tomas Jonsson *4 Paul Boutilier *6 Ken Morrow *7 Stefan Persson *24 Gord Lane *26 Dave Langevin
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  • Note ^Steve Corais was included on all four New York Islanders team pictures 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983. Corais' name however, was not engraved on the Stanley Cup.
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  • *31 Billy Smith *1 Roland Melanson
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  • Edmonton, Alberta
  • Uniondale, New York
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  • Barry Landers, Jean Potvin
  • Bob Cole, Gary Dornhoefer, Mickey Redmond
  • Dan Kelly, Gary Green
  • Jiggs McDonald, Ed Westfall
  • Rod Phillips, Ken Brown
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  • *John Pickett *Bill Torrey *Gerry Ehman *Al Arbour *Lorne Henning *Ron Waske , Jim Pickard *Steve Corais ^
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  • Mike Bossy
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  • *9 Clark Gillies *12 Duane Sutter *17 Greg Gilbert *20 Mats Hallin *22 Mike Bossy *23 Bob Nystrom *27 John Tonelli *28 Anders Kallur
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  • The 1983 Stanley Cup Finals NHL championship series was contested by the Edmonton Oilers in their first-ever Finals appearance and the defending champion New York Islanders, in their fourth, and fourth consecutive, Finals appearance. The Islanders would win the best-of-seven series four games to none, to win their fourth-straight and fourth-overall Stanley Cup. It was also the fourth straight Finals of post-1967 expansion teams, and the first involving a former World Hockey Association (WHA) team. This is also the most recent time that a defending Stanley Cup champion has won the cup four years in a row, and also the first (and, to date, only) time a North American professional sports team has won four consecutive titles in any league competition with more than twenty teams. Since 1983, no (en)
  • La finale della Stanley Cup 1983 è stata una serie al meglio delle sette gare che ha determinato il campione della National Hockey League per la stagione 1982-83. Al termine dei playoff i New York Islanders, campioni della Prince of Wales Conference, si sfidarono contro gli Edmonton Oilers, campioni nella Clarence S. Campbell Conference. Gli Oilers nella serie finale di Stanley Cup usufruirono del fattore campo in virtù del maggior numero di punti ottenuti nella stagione regolare, 106 punti contro i 96 degli Islanders. La serie iniziò il 10 maggio e finì il 17 maggio con la conquista della Stanley Cup da parte degli Islanders per 4 a 0. (it)
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  • Stanley Cup 1983 (it)
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