|1910–11 Ottawa Hockey Club|
|Stanley Cup champions|
|O'Brien Cup winners|
|General Manager||R. R. Boon|
|Goals||Marty Walsh (37)|
|Wins||Percy LeSueur (13)|
|Goals against average||Percy LeSueur (4.3)|
The 1910–11 Ottawa Hockey Club season was the club's 26th season, second in the National Hockey Association. Ottawa won the league championship for the O'Brien Cup and took over the Stanley Cup from the Montreal Wanderers.
Regular season[edit | edit source]
The team opened the season with ten consecutive wins, not losing until February in Renfrew. This matched the club record of ten consecutive wins set in 1909–10. Marty Walsh and "Dubbie" Kerr led the league in goals with 37 and 32.
Final standings[edit | edit source]
|Ottawa Hockey Club||16||13||3||0||122||69|
|Renfrew Creamery Kings||16||8||8||0||91||101|
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
Game log[edit | edit source]
Player statistics[edit | edit source]
Goalkeeper averages[edit | edit source]
Leading scorers[edit | edit source]
Stanley Cup challenges[edit | edit source]
Ottawa played two challenges after the season at The Arena in Ottawa.
Galt vs. Ottawa[edit | edit source]
Five members of the Galt team were from the Ottawa area or had played for Ottawa: Hague, Baird, Murphy, Smith and Berlinguette. Odds given before the game had Ottawa as 3–1 favourites. Bruce Ridpath who had been knocked out in the final game of the season played in the challenge game. Only 2,500 attended the game, which was described as a 'poor exhibition' with 'water covering the ice in several places.' Ottawa led 5–0 before Galt scored two. The teams traded goals to the finish to make the final 7–4.
|Billy Hague||G||Percy LeSueur|
|Billy Baird||P||Fred Lake||1|
|Mike Murphy||CP||Hamby Shore|
|Tommy Smith||1||F||Jack Darragh|
|Ken Mallen||F||Marty Walsh||3|
|Louis Berlinguette||2||F||Bruce Ridpath||2|
|Fred Doherty||1||F||"Dubbie" Kerr||1|
Referee: Russell Bowie Umpire: Duncan Campbell
Port Arthur vs. Ottawa[edit | edit source]
Marty Walsh was a "one-man wrecking crew", scoring ten goals against Port Arthur.
|H. Zeigler||G||Percy LeSueur|
|Eddie Carpenter||1||CP||Hamby Shore|
|Jack Walker||1||F||Jack Darragh|
|W. McGregor||1||F||Bruce Ridpath||2|
Ottawa Hockey Club 1911 Stanley Cup Champions[edit | edit source]
- Thomas D'Arcy McGee† (President), Llewellyn Bates† (Vice President)
- Pete Green† (Coach), Patrick Baskerville† (Treasurer)
- Martin Rosenthal† (Secretary), Mac McGilton† (Trainer)
- George Bryson†, Fred Carling†, Charles Irvin† (Directors)
- Dave Mulligan†, Charles Sparks† (Directors)
† Missing from the team picture. The only team picture found of the Ottawa Hockey Club in 1911 includes 9 of the 10 players, and no non-playing members.
Stanley Cup Engraving
Ottawa put their names on the cup in 1909 and 1910 but did not in 1911. It was not until the trophy was redesigned in 1948 that the words "1911 Ottawa Senators" was put onto its then-new collar.
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Podnieks, Andrew; Hockey Hall of Fame (2004). Lord Stanley's Cup. Triumph Books, 12, 50. ISBN 1-55168-261-3.
- Coleman, Charles (1966). The Trail of the Stanley Cup, Vol. 1, 1893–1926 inc.. NHL.
- "Puckerings", The Globe, March 14, 1911, p. 10.
- "Puckerings", The Globe, March 13, 1911, p. 10.
- "Ottawa 7, Galt 4", The Globe, March 14, 1911, p. 10.
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