|1919–20 Quebec Bulldogs · NHL|
|1919–20 record||2-10-0 (1st half), 2-10-0 (2nd half)|
|Goals||Joe Malone (39)|
|Goals against average||Frank Brophy (7.2)|
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The 1919–20 Quebec Bulldogs season was the Bulldogs first and last season in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Quebec National Hockey Association (NHA) was re-activated after two seasons of dormancy. The team placed fourth and last in the league in both halves of the season to not qualify for the playoffs. The Quebec franchise would be transferred to Hamilton, Ontario before the next season.
Regular season[edit | edit source]
The Quebec franchise was operated by the Quebec Athletic Club and the club's official name in the NHL was the Quebec Athletic Club. Joe Malone and Jack McDonald from the Quebec NHA team were 'returned' to the new Quebec Bulldogs NHL team. Malone would lead the league in scoring with 39 goals. Malone would score seven goals in a game against Toronto on January 31, 1920 and six goals in a game against Ottawa on March 10, 1920.
On March 3, the Montreal Canadiens pummeled the Quebec Bulldogs 16–3, setting an all-time record for goals by one team.
Final Standings[edit | edit source]
|Toronto St. Patricks||12||5||7||0||10||52||62|
|Toronto St. Patricks||12||7||5||0||14||67||44|
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against
Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.
Playoffs[edit | edit source]
The Bulldogs did not qualify for the playoffs.
Player stats[edit | edit source]
Awards and records[edit | edit source]
- Joe Malone - NHL scoring champion
Transactions[edit | edit source]
- Howie Lockhart - Loaned to Quebec by Toronto, March 6, 1920. (Toronto 11, Quebec 2).
Roster[edit | edit source]
|Frank Brophy||G||August 9, 1900||Quebec City, QC|
|George Carey||RW||Quebec, QC|
|Ed Carpenter||D||June 15, 1890||Hartford, MI|
|Jack Coughlin||RW||June 6, 1892||Douro, ON|
|Howie Lockhart||G||March 21, 1895||North Bay, ON|
|Joe Malone||C||February 28, 1890||Quebec City, QC|
|Jack Marks||LW||June 11, 1885||Brantford, ON|
|Thomas McCarthy||RW||Hamilton, ON|
|Jack Patrick McDonald||LW||February 28, 1887||Quebec, QC|
|Fred McLean||D||March 16, 1893||Lakeville Corner, NB|
|George McNaughton||RW||April 4, 1897||Gaspe, QC|
|Harry Mummery||D||August 25, 1889||Chicago, IL,|
|Dave Ritchie||D||January 12, 1892||Montreal, QC|
|Tommy Smith||C||September 27, 1886||Ottawa, ON|
|Alex Wellington||RW||August 4, 1893||Port Arthur, ON|
References[edit | edit source]
- Coleman, Charles L. (1966). The Trail of the Stanley Cup, vol. 1 1893–1926 inc.. National Hockey League.
See also[edit | edit source]
|1919–20 NHL season by team|
|NHL||Montreal • Ottawa• Quebec • Toronto|
|See also||Stanley Cup Finals|
|Quebec Bulldogs - Hamilton Tigers - New York Americans|
|Franchise||Quebec Bulldogs (1887-1920) • Hamilton Tigers (1921-1925) • New York Americans (1926-1942)|
|Arenas||Quebec Skating Rink • Quebec Arena • Barton Street Arena • Madison Square Garden|
|Quebec Bulldogs - Hamilton Tigers - New York Americans NHL seasons|
|Hamilton:||1920–21 • 1921–22 • 1922–23 • 1923–24 • 1924–25|
|New York:||1925–26 • 1926–27 • 1927–28 • 1928–29 • 1929–30 • 1930–31 • 1931–32 • 1932–33 • 1933–34 • 1934–35 • 1935–36 • 1936–37 • 1937–38 • 1938–39 • 1939–40 • 1940–41 • 1941–42|
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