NHL 1921/22

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The 1921/22 NHL season was the fifth season of the National Hockey League . The mode has been changed this season. They played 24 games and the top two played the NHL winner in two games. Here the Toronto St. Patricks defeated the leaders of the regular season, the Ottawa Senators and met in the Stanley Cup final on the winner of the PCHA, the Vancouver Millionaires , who had prevailed against the winner of the WCHL. The Toronto St. Patricks won the series 3-2. The dominant player was Ottawa's Punch Broadbent who scored in 21 of the 24 games and set a record that is still valid today by scoring at least one goal in 16 consecutive games. Punck scored 27 times in these games. On February 11th Toronto and Ottawa parted 4: 4 after overtime. It was the first draw in the now five-year history of the NHL. Ten days earlier, brothers Odie and Sprague Cleghorn from Montreal shocked the Senators. With their rough pace, they knocked three Ottawa players injured off the ice. Both were thrown off the ice and were fined $ 30 each by the NHL after the game. Meanwhile, Toronto goalkeeper Jake Forbes practiced a game that is very familiar to us today. In the battle for a $ 2,500 contract, he suspended the entire season and was then transferred to Hamilton.

Regular season

Closing tables

Abbreviations: GP = games, W = wins, L = defeats, T = draws, GF = goals scored, GA = goals conceded, Pts = points

GP W. L. T GF GA Pts
Ottawa Senators 24 14th 8th 2 106 84 30th
Toronto St. Patricks 24 13 10 1 98 97 27
Canadiens de Montréal 24 12 11 1 88 94 25th
Hamilton Tigers 24 7th 17th 0 88 105 14th

Best scorer

Abbreviations: GP = games, G = goals, A = assists , Pts = points

player team GP G A. Pts
Punch Broadbent Ottawa 24 33 10 43
Cy Denneny Ottawa 24 35 5 40
Babe dye Toronto 24 34 5 39
Harry Cameron Toronto 20th 28 9 37
Joe Malone Hamilton 24 19th 10 29
Corb Denneny Toronto 24 19th 8th 27
Reg Noble Toronto 24 18th 9 27
Sprague Cleghorn Montréal 24 18th 9 27
Georges Boucher Ottawa 20th 19th 7th 26th
Odie Cleghorn Montréal 24 11 15th 26th

Stanley Cup playoffs

All games took place in 1922.

Stanley Cup Final

Toronto St. Patricks vs. Vancouver Millionaires
date Away team Home team
17. March Vancouver 4th 3 Toronto
March, 20th Vancouver 1 2 Toronto
March 23 Vancouver 3 0 Toronto
25th March Vancouver 0 6th Toronto
28th March Vancouver 1 5 Toronto
Toronto wins the series 3-2
and the Stanley Cup .

Stanley Cup winner

Stanley Cup winner Toronto St. Patricks

Toronto St. Patricks logo

Goalkeepers: Ivan Mitchell , John Ross Roach

Defenders: Harry Cameron , Eddie Gerard , Ted Stackhouse , Billy Stuart

Attackers: Lloyd Andrews , Corb Denneny , Babe Dye , Stan Jackson , Reg Noble  ( C ), Rod Smylie

Undetermined / Rover : Ken Randall

Head Coach: George O'Donoghue   General Manager: Charlie Querrie

Glenn Smith and Paddy Nolan were both without a playoff appearance and are no longer officially part of the winning team.

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