1921 - Ottawa Senators

 

A gathering of 11,000 fans, the largest crowd ever to see a hockey game anywhere in the world at the time, jammed the Vancouver arena for the first game of this series, and an estimated record of 51,000 tickets were sold for the entire five-game series.

Jack Darragh was the hero for the second straight year, scoring both Ottawa goals in the finale as the Senators became the first NHL club to capture back-to-back Stanley Cup titles and the first team since the Quebec Bulldogs of 1912 and 1913 to repeat as champions.

1920-21 - Ottawa Senators - Jack MacKell, Jack Darragh, Morley Bruce, George Boucher, Eddie Gerard, Clint Benedict, Sprague Cleghorn, Frank Nighbor, Harry Broadbent, Cy Denneny, Leth Graham, Tommy Gorman (manager), Pete Green (coach), F. Dolan (trainer).

SCORES

Mar. 21 Ott. Senators 1 at Vancouver 3
Mar. 24 Ott. Senators 4 at Vancouver 3
Mar. 28 Ott. Senators 3 at Vancouver 2
Mar. 31 Ott. Senators 2 at Vancouver 3
Apr. 4 Ott. Senators 2 at Vancouver 1

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