1912 - Quebec Bulldogs


Two major rule changes were introduced at the outset of 1912. The NHA required teams to play for the first time with six men per side instead of seven (abandoning the position of rover), and the Cup trustees declared that all Stanley Cup challenges had to take place after the regular season.

The Quebec Bulldogs, who posted a league-high 10-8-0 record, successfully defended their newly acquired trophy against Moncton of the Maritime Professional Hockey League. Jack MacDonald contributed nine goals while Joe Malone scored five in Quebec's sweep of the best-of-three series.

Although the famed Patrick brothers, Frank and Lester, had started the Pacific Coast Hockey Association, not one of the three original PCHA teams challenged for the Stanley Cup. The Patricks introduced the first artificial ice surfaces in Canada at their new 10,000-seat Arena in Vancouver and in a smaller Victoria facility.

1911-12 - Quebec Bulldogs - Goldie Prodgers, Joe Hall, Walter Rooney, Paddy Moran, Jack Marks, Jack McDonald, Eddie Oatman, George Leonard, Joe Malone (captain), C. Nolan (coach), M.J. Quinn (manager), D. Beland (trainer).


Mar. 11 Moncton 3 at Quebec Bulldogs 9
Mar. 13 Moncton 0 at Quebec Bulldogs 8


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