1911–12 Montreal Canadiens season

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1911–12 Montreal Canadiens
League 4th NHA
1911–12 record 8–10–0
Home record 4–5–0
Road record 4–5–0
Goals for 59
Goals against 66
 Team information
General Manager George Kennedy
Coach Napoleon Dorval
Captain Jack Laviolette
Arena Montreal Arena
Team leaders
Goals Didier Pitre (28)
Goals against average Georges Vezina (3.7)
<1910–11 1912–13>

The 1911–1912 Montreal Canadiens season was the team's third season and also the third season of the National Hockey Association (NHA). The club would decline to an 8–10 record and finish last.

Regular season[edit]

The team would lose two players, its top player Newsy Lalonde and Skinner Poulin to the new Pacific Coast League. Arthur Bernier joined the Wanderers. It was the second season for Georges Vezina and he would again lead the league in G.A.A with a G.A.A. of 3.7 goals per game. The club would fall to last in the regular season standings.

Despite the fall in standings, Didier Pitre received a new automobile for his play over the last two seasons, from the La Presse newspaper, lacrosse league executives and hockey fans.[1]

Final standings[edit]

National Hockey Association
GP W L T GF GA
Quebec Bulldogs 18 10 8 0 81 79
Ottawa Hockey Club 18 9 9 0 99 83
Montreal Wanderers 18 9 9 0 95 96
Montreal Canadiens 18 8 10 0 59 66

[2]

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF= Goals For, GA = Goals Against


Results[edit]

Month Day Visitor Score Home Score
Jan. 3 Wanderers 5 Canadiens 0
6 Canadiens 5 Quebec 4
10 Wanderers 1 Canadiens 6
13 Ottawa 4 Canadiens 3
17 Canadiens 5 Ottawa 4
20 Canadiens 6 Wanderers 3
24 Canadiens 2 Quebec 6
27 Quebec 3 Canadiens 5
31 Wanderers 2 Canadiens 1
Feb. 3 Ottawa 3 Canadiens 9
7 Canadiens 2 Ottawa 4
9 Canadiens 2 Quebec 5
14 Quebec 2 Canadiens 1
18 Canadiens 1 Ottawa 6
21 Canadiens 1 Wanderers 9
25 Ottawa 3 Canadiens 2 (22' overtime)
28 Quebec 3 Canadiens 6
Mar. 2 Canadiens 2 Wanderers 1 (6'36" overtime)

Playoffs[edit]

The team did not qualify for the playoffs.

Player statistics[edit]

Goaltending averages[edit]

Name Club GP GA SO Avg.
Georges Vezina Canadiens 18 66 3.7

Leading scorers[edit]

Name GP G
Didier Pitre 18 28
Eugene Payan 17 9
Frank "Pud" Glass 16 7
Jack Laviolette 18 7
Hector Dallaire 10 5

Source:

  • Coleman, Charles L. (1966). The Trail of the Stanley Cup, vol. 1 1893–1926 inc. p. 226. 

Roster[edit]

Source:

References[edit]

  • Coleman, Charles L. (1966). The Trail of the Stanley Cup, vol. 1 1893–1926 inc. National Hockey League. 
  • McFarlane, Brian (1996). The Habs. Toronto: Stoddart Publishing. ISBN 0-7737-2981-X. 
  • O'Brien, Andy (1971). Les Canadiens: the story of the Montreal Canadiens. Toronto, New York: McGrawHill-Ryerson. ISBN 0-07-092950-5. 
  1. ^ "Puckerings". The Globe. March 7, 1912. p. 13. 
  2. ^ Standings: Coleman, Charles (1966). Trail of the Stanley Cup, vol. 1, 1893-1926 inc. National Hockey League. p. 226. 

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