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Ottawa City Hockey League - History - OCHL, OHA, AHAC and Stanley Cup
... The local Ottawa Hockey Association (Ottawa HA) created the OCHL with five teams for its first season Ottawa Hockey Club (future Stanley Cup champion ... Ottawa HC was the dominant team in the OCHL, winning the OCHL's inaugural and consecutive league championships ... As OCHL champion, Ottawa HA's own Ottawa Hockey Club were the representatives to – and winners of – the OHA Championship in 1890, 1891, 1892 and 1893 ...
1903 CAHL Season - Playoffs
... Ottawa HC and Montreal Victorias played a two-game total-goals series ... March 7 Ottawa HC 1 at Victorias 1 John Hutton G Archie Lockerby Harvey Pulford P Billy Strachan Arthur Moore CP George Fairbank Harry Westwick R Russell Bowie Frank McGee C ...
List Of Stanley Cup Challenge Games - 1904–05 - Ottawa Vs. Rat Portage
... Ottawa eventually won the 1905 FAHL title by finishing in first place with a 7–1 record ... Thistles issued another challenge to the Ottawas ... Although the Thistles crushed Ottawa in the first game, 9–3, Ottawa was without Frank McGee who did not play ...
Ottawa Senators (original) - Team History - Early Amateur Era (1883–1902) - Re-entry Into The AHAC
... Ottawa HC did not win a game in its return to AHAC challenge play in 1890–91, but in the next season of AHAC play in 1891–92 the club won the league championship, and held it for most of the ... The club took the championship from Montreal HC, who were previously undefeated, and won five straight games before Montreal won the championship back by a 1–0 score in the ... only win of the season and their only one in four games against Ottawa ...
List Of Stanley Cup Challenge Games - 1910–11
... The Ottawa HC captured the NHA championship, and thus the Cup, after finishing the 1910–11 season in first place with a 13–3 record ... The Ottawas then played in two Cup challenges during the month of March ... In a one game challenge on March 13, Ottawa defeated the Galt Professionals of the Ontario Professional Hockey League (OPHL), 7–4, aided by three goals ...