1913 - Quebec Bulldogs


Quebec repeated as NHA champs and faced the Sydney Miners or "Millionaires", the top Maritime club, in defense of the Stanley Cup. "Phantom" Joe Malone poured in nine goals in the first game. He was not put in the lineup for the second, and the result was closer. Joe Hall scored three times in game two.

After the Sydney series, Victoria challenged Quebec but the Bulldogs refused to put the Stanley Cup in competition so the two teams played an exhibition series with Victoria winning two games to one by scores of 7-5, 3-6, 6-1. It was the first meeting between the Eastern champions and the Western champions from the Pacific Coast Hockey Association. The following year, and until the Western Hockey League disbanded after the 1926 playoffs, the Cup went to the winner of the series between East and West.

1912-13 - Quebec Bulldogs - Joe Malone, Joe Hall, Paddy Moran, Harry Mummery, Tommy Smith, Jack Marks, Rusty Crawford, Billy Creighton, Jeff Malone, Rocket Power, M.J. Quinn (manager), D. Beland (trainer).


Mar. 8 Sydney Miners 3 at Quebec Bulldogs 14
Mar. 10 Sydney Miners 2 at Quebec Bulldogs 6


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