1904 (February) - Ottawa Silver Seven


On February 8, Ottawa pulled out of the Canadian Amateur Hockey League over a dispute involving a make-up game with the Montreal Vics. As a result, the Quebec Bulldogs, who had won the league title, petitioned the trustees to strip the Silver Seven of the Cup and award it to them. The request would be denied, but while the debate continued, Ottawa faced a new challenger, the Toronto Marlboros of the Ontario Hockey Association.

Frank McGee led the Silver Seven with three goals in the first game and the first five-goal performance ever recorded in Stanley Cup competition in the second to insure the sweep.


Feb.23 Tor. Marlboros 3 at Silver Seven 6
Feb.25 Tor. Marlboros 2 at Silver Seven 11


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