Superb photograph gives a great look at what Lord Stanley's fabled trophy looked like at the time and features the head shots of the members of the team which earned the right to drink from its bowl in April of 1933. Bill Cook was instrumental in leading the New York Rangers to top hockey honors during the '32-33 NHL season. Combining with brother Bun and Frank Boucher to form a deadly line, Cook led the league in goals (28), while winning the scoring championship. The Rangers avenged their loss in the finals the previous season by taking the Maple Leafs 3 games to 1. Bill Cook ended the dream season by scoring the Cup-winning goal in the 1-0 overtime clincher in Toronto. This beautiful glossy photograph also includes Hall-of-Famers Ching Johnson, Babe Siebert, Earl Seibert and Lester Patrick, with other notables being Murray Murdoch, Art Somers, Cecil Dillon, Ott Heller and goaltender Andy Aitkenhead. Mounted on cardboard, the photo is in excellent condition with no major flaws. A special keepsake from a championship season, it was obtained from the family of Bill Cook. A letter of authenticity from the Cook family will be included.