On this date in Chicago Blackhawks history,
On April 10, 1934 at Chicago Stadium the Chicago Blackhawks completed the upset of the Detroit Red Wings and won their first ever Stanley Cup. The Hawks won the best of five series 3 games to 1. and completed the series win with 1-0 double overtime winner. The star of the series was goalie Chuck Gardiner who won two overtime games (Game 1 and Game 4). Gardiner is the only goalie to have his named engraved as Captain on the Stanley Cup. Sadly, this was Gardiner last game he every played (he passed away that summer).
The 1934 Blackhawks with their names on the Cup are as follows.