1926–27 NHL season

The NHL season in 1926/27 was the tenth season of the National Hockey League. Ten teams each played 44 games. For the first time in two groups was played. In each group played the third place against the second the quarter-finals, only to play against the league leaders to take part in the Stanley Cup final. There, the Ottawa Senators won twice against the Boston Bruins, two other games ended in a draw.

With the Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Cougars and the New York Rangers as the second team in New York met with three new teams to the league, still play in the NHL. The St. Patrick's should be sold in the U.S., but Conn Smythe gathered behind a group of 16 donors who bought the team for $ 160,000, the colors changed to blue and white and the team gave a new name to Toronto Maple Leafs. By a hair, it would have been on the ice and the first death. In New York Derby is Shorty Green severe kidney injury pulled to with a check. He was in critical condition and a kidney had to be removed. Green recovered, but never returned to the ice. A colorful personality was Boston's coach Art Ross. He constantly strove to improve the gaming device. The NHL led to his suggestion a new pucks and new goal nets so that the puck is no longer bounces back out of the gate.

  • 2.1 Division semifinals
  • 2.2 Division finals
  • 2.3 Stanley Cup final
  • 2.4 Best scorer in the playoffs
  • 2.5 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 1927.

Division semifinals

Division Finals

Stanley Cup Final

Best scorer in the playoffs

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

Stanley Cup winner

Goalkeeper: Alex Connell

Defender: George Boucher, King Clancy, Alex Smith

Attacker: Cy Denneny, Frank Finnigan, Stan Jackson, Hec Kilrea, Frank Nighbor, Hooley Smith

Unknown / Rover: Ed Gorman, Milt Halliday

Head Coach: Dave Gill General Manager:

NHL awards and trophies awarded