1914–15 Toronto Hockey Club season

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1914–15 Toronto Hockey Club
Division 3rd NHA
1914–15 record 8–12–0
Home record 6–4–0
Road record 2–8–0
Goals for 66
Goals against 84
Team information
General Manager Jack Marshall (December–January)
Frank Robinson(from January)
Coach Jack Marshall (Dec–Jan)
Frank Robinson (from January)
Arena Arena Gardens

The 1914–15 Toronto Hockey Club season was the third season of the Toronto franchise in the National Hockey Association (NHA). Toronto finished third during the regular season and did not qualify for the playoffs.

Off-season[edit]

The Blueshirts lost their leading scorer Scotty Davidson who enlisted for World War I. Davidson would die while fighting overseas.

Regular season[edit]

Jack Marshall was stricken with appendicitis in January 1915 and only played four games this season. After Marshall's operation on January 8, owner Frank Robinson took over as manager and coach.[1]

Final standings[edit]

National Hockey Association
GP W L T GF GA
Ottawa Senators 20 14 6 0 74 65
Montreal Wanderers 20 14 6 0 127 82
Quebec Bulldogs 20 11 9 0 85 85
Toronto Hockey Club 20 8 12 0 66 84
Toronto Ontarios-Shamrocks 20 7 13 0 76 96
Montreal Canadiens 20 6 14 0 65 81

[2]

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


Game log[edit]

# Date Visitor Score Home Record Pts
1 December 26 Toronto 4–3 Montreal Canadiens 1–0–0 2
2 December 30 Montreal Wanderers 5–2 Toronto 1–1–0 2
3 January 2 Toronto 2–6 Quebec Bulldogs 1–2–0 2
4 January 6 Toronto Ontarios 3–4 Toronto 2–2–0 4
5 January 9 Toronto 1–2 Ottawa Senators 2–3–0 4
6 January 13 Toronto 3–11 Montreal Wanderers 2–4–0 4
7 January 16 Quebec Bulldogs 1–3 Toronto 3–4–0 6
8 January 20 Toronto 4–3 Toronto Shamrocks 4–4–0 8
9 January 23 Ottawa Senators 2–4 Toronto 5–4–0 10
10 January 27 Montreal Canadiens 1–2 Toronto 6–4–0 12
11 January 30 Montreal Wanderers 2–8 Toronto 7–4–0 14
12 February 3 Toronto 2–7 Ottawa Senators 7–5–0 14
13 February 6 Montreal Canadiens 4–3 Toronto 7–6–0 14
14 February 10 Toronto 5–7 Quebec Bulldogs 7–7–0 14
15 February 13 Toronto 3–6 Toronto Shamrocks 7–8–0 14
16 February 17 Ottawa Senators 3–1 Toronto 7–9–0 14
17 February 20 Toronto 2–7 Montreal Canadiens 7–10–0 14
18 February 24 Toronto Shamrocks 1–5 Toronto 8–10–0 16
19 February 27 Quebec Bulldogs 5–4 Toronto 8–11–0 16
20 March 3 Toronto 4–5 Montreal Wanderers 8–12–0 16

[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jack Marshall was operated on". The Globe. Toronto. January 9, 1915. p. 8. 
  2. ^ Standings: Coleman, Charles (1966). Trail of the Stanley Cup, vol. 1, 1893-1926 inc. National Hockey League. p. 273. 
  3. ^ Coleman, Charles (1966). The Trail of the Stanley Cup, Vol. 1, 1893–1926 inc. NHL.