1911 - Ottawa Senators


Prior to 1912, teams could challenge the Stanley Cup champions for the title at any time, thus there was more than one Championship Series played in most of the seasons between 1894 and 1911. After defeating Waterloo for the Ontario Professional Hockey League crown, Galt downed Port Hope, champions of the Eastern Professional Hockey League, in what became the second of two playoff series leading up to a challenge for the Stanley Cup.

The NHA champion Senators (13-3-0) had claimed the Cup from the Wanderers before defeating Galt 7-4. Marty Walsh, who had first appeared in Stanley Cup competition with Queen's University in 1906, notched a hat trick for the winning Ottawa side.

Three days after defeating Galt, Ottawa took on the Port Arthur Bearcats, champions of the New (Northern) Ontario Hockey Association who had beaten the Saskatchewan champions from Prince Albert to earn the challenge.

In the one-game confrontation, the Senators' Marty Walsh scored 10 goals to fall four short of the record set by Frank McGee in 1905.

1910-11 - Ottawa Senators - Hamby Shore, Percy LeSueur, Jack Darragh, Bruce Stuart, Marty Walsh, Bruce Ridpath, Fred Lake, Albert (Dubbie) Kerr, Alex Currie, Horace Gaul.


Mar. 13 Galt 4 at Ott. Senators 7
Mar. 16 Port Arthur 4 at Ott. Senators 14


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