Toronto's Kid Line was at its zenith, with Charlie Conacher winning the scoring championship. After finishing first in the Canadian Division, the Leafs rolled over the American Division's first place finisher, the Boston Bruins, to earn the right to play in the Stanley Cup final. The New York Rangers chased the Montreal Canadiens, winning their two game total goal series 6 to 5. But the Montreal Maroons experienced a major shock when their two game total goal series with Chicago ended with both teams scoreless at the end of regulation time of the second game. Going into overtime, Chicago's Lolo Couture struck Dave Trottier on the head, and was waved to the penalty box with a major penalty. Seconds later, the Maroons' Baldy Northcott scored to give Montreal the series win. The Maroons then prevailed over the Rangers and advanced to the final against Toronto. It was the first all-Canadian final since the Montreal Maroons played the Victoria Cougars for the Stanley Cup in 1926. But the best of five series took just three games, as the Montreal Maroons beat the Leafs to win the Stanley Cup. The Maroons had previously won the Cup in that same 1925-26 all-Canadian final. For Maroons' coach Tommy Gorman and defenseman Lionel Conacher, it was their second consecutive Stanley Cup. Both were on the championship Chicago Black Hawk club in 1933-34.