Stanley Cup Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Stanley Cup Quotes from famous persons: Jack Hughes, Mario Lemieux, Martin Brodeur, Marcel Dionne, Steve Yzerman. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Stanley Cup Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

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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
He’s only 4 years old, so I don’t think he realized, you know, that I played so many years. Of course, we watch tapes here from the Stanley Cup years, but I don’t think he realized how many years I played.
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.
People ask if I regret not winning a Stanley Cup, but winning the series against the Soviet Union was the best. It was the greatest experience of my hockey career by far.
Marcel Dionne
We have to get better at that. All of the Stanley Cup winning teams throughout the past few seasons, when they needed to play defense, they did it. If you can play defense, that’s when you know it’s game over.
I’m competitive. I’d love another chance to be part of a Stanley Cup championship team. That’d be awesome.
Ed Belfour
All the people that come out and show their support and their pride for your accomplishments, I think it really reminds you that without people you don’t ever to get to live that dream. To play in the NHL is one thing, but to win the Stanley Cup and come back and share it with everyone is another thing.
Jonathan Toews
Individual honors and scoring championships are great, but my No. 1 goal is to win the Stanley Cup.
As a kid, you dream of winning the Stanley Cup. As you get older, you understand the importance of winning the Olympics.
Joe Sakic
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.
The most important thing for us is winning the Stanley Cup and I want to win.
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.
We’ve got lots of time. We’re not winning the Stanley Cup in the first exhibition game.
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 never been short of putting high expectations on myself; I’ve never been short of saying I want to win a Stanley Cup.
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.
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
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 poleeven when the Bruins won the Stanley Cup.
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.
To win the Stanley Cup is such a process and it takes everybody on board.
Winning the Stanley Cup in ’99 was a dream come true. I’ll never forget it.
Ed Belfour
I love the Stanley Cup playoffs.
I want a Stanley Cup.
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.
Hopefully my time in Nashville has helped me. We’ve had a lot of different things happen to our hockey club, seen a lot of different situations and different types of clubs from an expansion team to a Stanley Cup playoff threat. I think any coach that’s gone through those things, you become a better coach.
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.
Stanley Cup hockey comes around every year, when games start to count in multiples of best-of-seven series, and the players seem to put more attention into every pass, every check, every annoying little trick.
I want the opportunity to play for a Stanley Cup, but I want to be able continue living life normally.
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.
I think to compare any time you win a Stanley Cup would be unfair to all the players from all the teams.