1927 - Ottawa Senators

 

With the collapse of major professional hockey in the west, the Stanley Cup became sole property of the NHL in 1927. The American Division champion Boston Bruins met the Canadian champion Ottawa Senators in what became the first Stanley Cup of a new era. Cy Denneny led the Senators with four of the team's seven total goals, including the game-winners in both victories.

1926-27 - Ottawa Senators - Alex Connell, King Clancy, George Boucher, Ed Gorman, Frank Finnigan, Alex Smith, Hec Kilrea, Hooley Smith, Cy Denneny, Frank Nighbor, Jack Adams, Milt Halliday, Dave Gill (manager-coach).

ROUND-BY-ROUND RESULTS

QUARTERFINALS
Mar. 29 Montreal 1 at Mtl Maroons 1
Mar. 31 Mtl Maroons 0 at Montreal 1 OT
Montreal won total-goals series 2-1
Mar. 29 Boston 6 vs. Chicago 1*
Mar. 31 Chicago 4 at Boston 4
* at New York
Boston won total-goals series 10-5
SEMIFINALS
Apr. 2 Ottawa 4 at Montreal 0
Apr. 4 Montreal 1 at Ottawa 1
Ottawa won total-goals series 5-1
Apr. 2 NY Rangers 0 at Boston 0
Apr. 4 Boston 3 at NY Rangers 1
Boston won total-goals series 3-1
FINALS
Apr. 7 Ottawa 0 at Boston 0 OT
Apr. 9 Ottawa 3 at Boston 1
Apr. 11 Boston 1 at Ottawa 1 OT
Apr. 13 Boston 1 at Ottawa 3
Ottawa won best-of-five series 2-0-2

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