1905 (March) - Ottawa Silver Seven


Having edged out the Montreal Wanderers for the FAHL title, Ottawa retained the Stanley Cup and faced a challenge from the team in Rat Portage (later known as Kenora, Ontario). Ottawa had lost Frank McGee for the series opener, and the fleet-footed Thistles skated to victory. Tom Phillips put on a show for the fans with the first five-goal performance in a Stanley Cup game by a player other than the high-scoring McGee.

Ottawa's rink crew flooded the ice in the remaining two games, and the move greatly slowed the Thistles' fast-paced attack. McGee returned to score three goals in both games, including the Cup-winner in the finale.

1904-05 - Ottawa Silver Seven - Dave Finnie, Harvey Pulford (captain), Arthur Moore, Harry Westwick, Frank McGee, Alf Smith (playing coach), Billy Gilmour, Frank White, Horace Gaul, Hamby Shore, Bones Allen.


Mar. 7 Rat Portage 9 at Silver Seven 3
Mar. 9 Rat Portage 2 at Silver Seven 4
Mar. 11 Rat Portage 4 at Silver Seven 5


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