Sport: Who Won, Mar. 25, 1940

> The Boston Bruins, led by its sharpshooting "Sauerkraut Line" (Milt Schmidt, Bobby Bauer, Porky Dumart): the National Hockey League championship for the second year in a row; winding up the season with 31 victories, twelve defeats, five ties (67 points). Finishing in second place were the New York Rangers, with 27 victories, eleven defeats, ten ties (64 points).


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