Top 33 Stanley Cup Quotes

Here we have the best Stanley Cup Quotes from famous authors such as George Vecsey, P.K. Subban, Ed Belfour, Nnamdi Asomugha, Carey Price. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

For good reasons, there are no ties during the Stanley
For good reasons, there are no ties during the Stanley Cup season. Somebody needs to win so the lads can get out to their cottages on the lakes, where all hockey players spend their summers, or so I have been told.

I’ve never been short of putting high expectations on myself; I’ve never been short of saying I want to win a Stanley Cup.

Winning the Stanley Cup in ’99 was a dream come true. I’ll never forget it.

Ed Belfour
Months after I retired, the Kings won the Stanley Cup and I was there for that game… I happened to be there with a buddy of mine and I was like, ‘Oh, I miss this.’

I want the opportunity to play for a Stanley Cup, but I want to be able continue living life normally.

In New Jersey, we won in ’95, but after that for four years we never had a sniff at it. The next thing you know we went on a run of three Stanley Cup Finals in four years in 2000, 2001 and 2003.

I want a Stanley Cup.

That’s what they hired me to do in Washington, change a little bit of the culture, try to win a Stanley Cup.

I’ve been blessed with doing something I love and then at the same time, do introductions at World Series, Stanley Cup championships, NFL playoff games and a lot of commercials. No regrets at all.

Being drafted by the Montreal Canadiens, that was the greatest moment in my career. And stealing the Stanley Cup in 1978 and bringing it back to my hometown of Thurso.

Here in Denver, we want to thank Jeremy Jacobs for the way he runs his business. Otherwise, we wouldn’t have gotten Ray Bourque and won a Stanley Cup.

Joe Sakic
To win the Stanley Cup is such a process and it takes everybody on board.

They let me put the Stanley Cup in my car. I got hookups.

The most important thing for us is winning the Stanley Cup and I want to win.

I don’t even know what the odds are for one kid or one team to make it here. Obviously, being from Canada this is their Stanley Cup – they made it. It’s hard enough to get here and it’s hard enough to advance.

John Atkinson
It’s a big step to be drafted. Ultimately, it’s everybody’s dream. That’s where you start thinking about making the team, maybe about winning the Stanley Cup.

Dedicating your life to something, dedicating time to something, ending up achieving it and maybe doing better than that. Me personally, that would be a Stanley Cup. That’s something I’ve dreamed of my whole life. I think that’s why every hockey player at this level plays.

Jack Hughes
I will openly admit that I’ve never really followed hockey. Given my New England upbringing, I have always adhered to the Celtics, Patriots, Red Sox, Bruins mantra of professional sports fandom, but hockey was definitely the lowest sport on the totem pole – even when the Bruins won the Stanley Cup.

Anyone who plays in the NHL dreams to win the Stanley Cup and I dreamed as well to be one of them and raise the cup in Washington and bring it home to Moscow and celebrate with my friends and my parents.

When you’re a kid you always played to win a Stanley Cup in the streets or on the outdoor rinks, and when you do it for real, it’s a pretty cool moment, it’s something that I’m always going to remember.

It’s a Stanley Cup thing. The boys mangle one another for a series, performing all kinds of nasty tricks, then they make nice, shaking soggy hands as the teams shuffle in opposite directions.

Individual honors and scoring championships are great, but my No. 1 goal is to win the Stanley Cup.

John Davidson is one of the premier executives in the National Hockey League. As we continue to build a team that can consistently compete for the Stanley Cup, John’s knowledge of the game and his experience and passion for the Rangers logo make him the ideal choice to oversee our Hockey Operations department.

I played to the best of my ability. Played to win and was fortunate enough to have won a Stanley Cup and a couple gold medals and played on some really good teams… I’m not going to look back and say I wish I could have done this or that.

If you are not playing for the Stanley Cup at the end of the year, what’s the point? If you don’t win, you may as well not make the playoffs, because you are loser just like everyone else.

I’ve been fortunate enough to have a lot of neat experiences, Olympics and everything, getting to the Stanley Cup Finals was really cool, but to actually make the NHL was just something I don’t think I or my family will ever forget.

It’s an honor to put on the Habs uniform and hopefully have the opportunity to play here a lot longer now. Now I can just focus on the goal of winning a Stanley Cup and I don’t have to worry about re-signing every other year, so I’m looking forward to working towards our goal.

You do not play hockey for good seasons. You play to win the Stanley Cup. It has to be the objective.

You want to be the guy to carry the Stanley Cup around and leave the game on a high note. As we all know that rarely happens.

It’s obviously disappointing and surreal when you see someone else win the Stanley Cup.

Growing up in Canada, most kids from Canada dream of playing in the NHL, and they also hope one day to be on a Stanley Cup team. That was a big goal.

I had never won anything until I won my first Stanley Cup.

Certain Stanley Cup traditions remain intact, including the handshake line between players who had been belting one another for a couple of weeks.