1920–21 Ottawa Senators Season - Ottawa Senators 1921 Stanley Cup Champions - Stanley Cup Engraving

Stanley Cup Engraving

Just like the previous season, the Senators never engraved their name on the Cup for their 1921 championship. It was not until the trophy was redesigned in 1948 that the words "1921 Ottawa Senators" was put onto its then-new collar.


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