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Hailing from Moncton, New Brunswick, center Harry Scott’s rights were sold to the Canadiens [...]More
Left-winger, Lorenzo Bertrand, played two games with the National Hockey Association’s [...]More
For a second straight year, the season gets underway amid controversy. George Kennedy makes a [...]More
Born in 1881 in Montreal, entrepreneur George Washington Kendall – better known as George [...]More
On March 7, 1914, they met the Toronto Ontarios at the Westmount Arena for the first match up of a two-game, total-goal series. George Vezina sparkled in goal, stonewalling the visitors in a 2-0 shutout. On the offensive side of things, Harry Scott became the first Canadiens player to score in postseason competition and Donald Smith added the insurance marker.
Coach Jimmy Gardner’s team had their season come to an end four days later in Toronto, when the Ontarios came out on the winning end of a 6-0 game.