1920 - Ottawa Senators


When the Mets arrived in Ottawa, it became apparent that their red, white and green barber pole uniforms were all too similar to the Senators' red, white and black pattern. Ottawa agreed to play in white jerseys.

Poor ice conditions marred the first three games, and the series was subsequently shifted to the artificial surface at Toronto's Mutual Street Arena. Jack Darragh, who had tallied the winning marker in game one, lifted Ottawa to the championship with a hat trick in the decisive game.

Pete Green became the second rookie coach in the NHL to win the Cup, joining Dick Carroll of the 1918 Toronto Arenas.

1919-20 - Ottawa Senators - Jack MacKell, Jack Darragh, Morley Bruce, Horrace Merrill, George Boucher, Eddie Gerard, Clint Benedict, Sprague Cleghorn, Frank Nighbor, Harry Broadbent, Cy Denneny, Tommy Gorman (manager), Pete Green (coach).


Mar. 22 Seattle Mets 2 at Ott. Senators 3
Mar. 24 Seattle Mets 0 at Ott. Senators 3
Mar. 27 Seattle Mets 3 at Ott. Senators 1
Mar. 30 Seattle Mets 5 vs. Ott. Senators 2*
Apr. 1 Seattle Mets 1 vs. Ott. Senators 6*
* played in Toronto


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