In a "Battle of Montreal" quarter-final, the Canadiens defeated the Maroons in a close two-game total-goals series 2–1. The Canadiens next took on the first place Ottawa Senators in the semi-finals. The eventual Stanley Cup champions defeated the Canadiens 5–1 in a two-game total-goals series.
Montreal Canadiens vs. Montreal Maroons
|March 29||Montreal Canadiens||1||Montreal Maroons||1|
|March 31||Montreal Maroons||0||Montreal Canadiens||1||(OT)|
Montreal Canadiens win total-goals series 2–1
Ottawa Senators vs. Montreal Canadiens
|April 2||Ottawa Senators||4||Montreal Canadiens||0|
|April 4||Montreal Canadiens||1||Ottawa Senators||1|
Ottawa wins total-goals series 5–1
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