1917 - Seattle Metropolitans


In only their second season, the Seattle Metropolitans skated to the PCHA title and distinguished themselves as the first U.S. team to host a Stanley Cup series. They also became the first American squad to capture the coveted trophy. Consequently, one of Lord Stanley's original conditions - that the trophy be held by the champion of the Dominion of Canada - had been eradicated.

Seattle's Bernie Morris, who finished second in the PCHA scoring race with 37 goals in 24 games, scored a team-high 14 times against Montreal, including six in the finale, to lead the Mets over the Canadiens.

1916-17 - Seattle Metropolitans - Harry Holmes, Ed Carpenter, Cully Wilson, Jack Walker, Bernie Morris, Frank Foyston, Roy Rickey, Jim Riley, Bobby Rowe (captain), Peter Muldoon (manager).


Mar. 17 Montreal 8 at Seattle Mets 4
Mar. 20 Montreal 1 at Seattle Mets 6
Mar. 23 Montreal 1 at Seattle Mets 4
Mar. 25 Montreal 1 at Seattle Mets 9


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