1917–18 NHL Season

The 1917–18 NHL season was the first season of the National Hockey League (NHL) professional ice hockey league. The league was formed after the suspension of the National Hockey Association (NHA). Play was held in two halves, December 19 to February 4, and February 6 to March 6. The Canadiens won the first half, and Toronto the second half. The Montreal Wanderers withdrew early in January 1918 after their rink, the Westmount Arena, burned down. Toronto won the NHL playoff and then won the Stanley Cup by defeating the PCHA's Vancouver Millionaires three games to two in a best-of-five series

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... of note that played their last game in the NHL in 1917–18 (listed with their last team) Jack Laviolette, Montreal Canadiens Art Ross, Montreal Wanderers Harry Hyland, Ottawa ...

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