1922 - Toronto St. Pats


With the inception of the Western Canada Hockey League (WCHL) in 1921-22, a new playoff structure was designed to match the champions of the two western leagues against each other with the winner to meet the NHL champions for the Stanley Cup. After defeating the WCHL's Regina Capitals in the preliminary series, the PCHA's Vancouver Millionaires set out for Toronto, where the NHL champion St. Pats awaited their arrival.

Cecil "Babe" Dye notched nine of his club's 16 goals, including two game-winners, and goaltender John Ross Roach, who recorded the first Stanley Cup shutout by an NHL rookie, posted a 1.80 goals-against average as Toronto won its second Stanley Cup championship. Jack Adams, who had been lured away from Toronto by Vancouver in 1920, returned in impressive fashion, scoring six goals in the series.

1921-22 - Toronto St. Pats - Ted Stackhouse, Corb Denneny, Rod Smylie, Lloyd Andrews, John Ross Roach, Harry Cameron, Billy Stuart, Babe Dye, Ken Randall, Reg Noble, Eddie Gerard (borrowed for one game from Ottawa), Stan Jackson, Ivan Mitchell, Charlie Querrie (manager), George O'Donoghue (coach).


Mar. 17 Vancouver 4 at Toronto St. Pats 3
Mar. 20 Vancouver 1 at Toronto St. Pats 2 OT
Mar. 23 Vancouver 3 at Toronto St. Pats 0
Mar. 25 Vancouver 0 at Toronto St. Pats 6
Mar. 28 Vancouver 1 at Toronto St. Pats 5


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