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The 1911-12 Montreal Wanderers season was the 3rd season of the team.

Team standings[]

The team would claim Cyclone Taylor and Don Smith in a dispersal draft after the Renfrew Creamery Kings folded.

Record[]

Team League GP W L T Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
Montreal Wanderers National Hockey Association 18 9 9 0 18 95 96 T-2nd None

Results[]

Month Day Visitor Score Home Score
Dec. 30 Wanderers 9 Quebec 5
Jan.
3 Wanderers 5 Canadiens 0
6 Ottawa 5 Wanderers 9
10 Wanderers 1 Canadiens 6
17 Quebec 5 Wanderers 4
20 Canadiens 6 Wanderers 3
24† Ottawa 10 Wanderers 6
27 Wanderers 9 Ottawa 6
31 Wanderers 2 Canadiens 1
Feb.
3 Wanderers 2 Quebec 7
7 Quebec 6 Wanderers 7
9 Ottawa 13 Wanderers 10
14 Wanderers 5 Ottawa 17
18 Quebec 6 Wanderers 9
21 Canadiens 1 Wanderers 9
25 Wanderers 1 Quebec 2
28 Wanderers 4 Ottawa 6
Mar. 2 Canadiens 2 Wanderers 1 (6'36" overtime)
5‡ Wanderers 5 Ottawa 2

On January 24, Fred Taylor played for Ottawa against the Wanderers, despite his rights being held by the Wanderers, for which he refused to play for. Ottawa would win the game, but it was protested and ordered replayed if necessary. This was Mr. Taylor's final game in the NHA, as he would join Vancouver the next year.

† Protested by Wanderers, replayed on March 5.

‡ Replay of protested game.