1921–22 NHL season

The NHL season 1921/22, was the fifth season of the National Hockey League. The mode has been this season has changed. They played 24 games and the top two played in two games the NHL winner. This defeated the Toronto St. Patricks the leaders of the regular season, the Ottawa Senators and met in the Stanley Cup final on the winner of the PCHA, the Vancouver Millionaires, who had prevailed against the winner of the WCHL. The Toronto St. Patricks won the series 3-2. The dominant player was Ottawa's Punch Broadbent of scored points in 21 of 24 games and is still valid today aufstellte record by scoring at least one goal in 16 consecutive games. Punck met in these games 27 times. On 11 February, Toronto and Ottawa 4:4 split after overtime. It was the first tie in the now five-year history of the NHL. Ten days earlier, Odie and Sprague Cleghorn brothers from Montreal shocked the Senators. With their rough gait she carried three players from Ottawa injured by the ice. Both flew off the ice and were sentenced after the game by the NHL each $ 30 penalty. Toronto goalie Jake Forbes practiced while in a game style that is very well known today. In the battle for a $ 2,500 contract he sat out the entire season and was then submitted to Hamilton.

  • 2.1 Stanley Cup final
  • 2.2 Stanley Cup winner

Regular Season

Statements Tables

Note: GP = Games, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals Scored, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points

Best Scorer

Note: GP = Games, B = Goals, A = Assists, Pts = Points

Stanley Cup Playoffs

All games were held in 1922.

Stanley Cup Final

Stanley Cup winner

Goalkeepers: Mike Mitchell, John Ross Roach

Defender: Harry Cameron, Eddie Gerard, Glenn Smith, Ted Stackhouse, Billy Stuart

Attacker: Lloyd Andrews, Corb Denneny, Babe Dye, Stan Jackson, Reg Noble, Paddy Nolan, Rod Smylie

Undecided / Rover: Ken Randall

Head Coach: George O'Donoghue General Manager: