1906 (February) - Ottawa Silver Seven


Ottawa was among several Federal Amateur and Canadian Amateur Hockey League teams that banded together to form the new Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association in 1906. During the ECAHA season, the Silver Seven took time out to host Queen's University, which had challenged for the Stanley Cup for the third time.

Alf and Harry Smith, the best of seven brothers to have tried out for the Ottawa squad, led the Silver Seven to victory. Alf scored five goals in the first game, and Harry duplicated the feat in the second.

1905-06 - (Feb.) - Ottawa Silver Seven - Harvey Pulford (captain), Arthur Moore, Harry Westwick, Frank McGee, Alf Smith (playing coach), Billy Gilmour, Billy Hague, Percy LeSueur, Harry Smith, Tommy Smith, Dion, Ebbs.


Feb. 27 Queen's U. 7 at Silver Seven 16
Feb. 28 Queen's U. 7 at Silver Seven 12


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