1900–01 Ottawa Hockey Club season

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1900–01 Ottawa Hockey Club
League 1st CAHL
1900–01 record 7–0–1
Home record 3–0–1
Road record 4–0–0
 Team information
Coach Alf Smith
Captain Harvey Pulford
Arena Dey's Skating Rink
Team leaders
Goals Harold Henry (8)
Goals against average Fred Chittick (0.00)
< 1899–1900 1901–02>

The 1900–01 Ottawa Hockey Club season was the team's 16th season of play. The club won the 1901 Canadian Amateur Hockey League (CAHL) championship, but did not challenge for the Stanley Cup.

Regular season[edit]

The club went undefeated through the season, but because the Montreal Shamrocks lost a Stanley Cup challenge to the Winnipeg Victorias, Ottawa did not win the Cup as a result of league play. At first, Ottawa was intending to challenge Winnipeg for the Cup, but on February 27, 1901 announced that they would not do so that winter.[1] According to Coleman(1966), Ottawa did not issue a challenge due to the "lateness of the season."[2] The Ottawa Journal as reported in The Globe suggested that the Ottawa club was wise in their decision, as they were in "racked condition in which they are, as a result of the immensely hard exertions put forth by them in all their games this season".[3] The Ottawa Hockey Club did not challenge the following season, either.

The 1901 Championship club

Results[edit]

Month Day Visitor Score Home Score
Jan. 5 Quebec 4 Ottawa 5
12 Ottawa 4 Shamrocks 2
19 Victorias 2 Ottawa 2 (10' overtime)
26 Ottawa 9 Montreal 4
Feb. 2 Montreal 3 Ottawa 5
9 Ottawa 5 Victorias 4
16 Shamrocks 1 Ottawa 2 (30' overtime)
23 Ottawa 1 Quebec 0 (20' overtime)

Player statistics[edit]

Leading scorers[edit]

Name GP G
Harold Henry 8 8
Arthur Sixsmith 7 7
Harry Westwick 7 6
Jack Smith 4 6
Mac Roger 6 4

Goalkeeper averages[edit]

Name GP GA SO Avg.
Hutton, John Bouse 8 20 0 2.50

Awards and records[edit]

Transactions[edit]

Roster[edit]

  • Fred Chittick
  • Bouse Hutton
  • William Duval,
  • Herbert Henry,
  • James McGee,
  • J. M. Roger,
  • A. E. Sixsmith,
  • Jack Smith,
  • Charlie Spittal,
  • Harvey Pulford,
  • Harry Westwick

Source: Kitchen(2008), p. 342

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ottawa will not challenge", The Globe, February 28, 1901: 10 
  2. ^ Coleman, Charles (1966). The Trail of the Stanley Cup, Vol. 1, 1893–1926, inc. p. 62. 
  3. ^ "Sound reasons for waiting", The Globe, March 2, 1901: 25