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National Hockey League (NHL) Season Review 1922-1923

National Hockey League (NHL) Season Review 1922-1923

The National Hockey League played a 24 game schedule during the 1922-23 season. The league consisted of four teams. During the off season Newsy Lalonde had been sold to Saskatoon of the WCHL without being offered to any other NHL club. Montreal received the rights to a young player named Aurel Joliat. Other trades this year included Montreal's Bert Corbeau and Edmound Bouchard going to Hamilton for Joe Malone and Vancouver made a deal that sent Jack Adams to Toronto for Corbett Denneny.

Babe Dye took the scoring crown with 26 goals 11 assists for 37 points. For the fifth year in a row Clint Benedict led the goaltenders with a 2.3 goals against average, and four shutouts in just 24 games. Ottawa won the regular season title with 14 wins 9 losses 1 tie for 29 points. Right behind Ottawa was Montreal with 13 wins 9 losses 2 ties for 28 points.

In the PCHA a big step was taken when they eliminated the seventh player or rover. This allowed the PCHA and the WCHL to play an interlocking schedule. The leagues retained separate standings and playoffs. In the PCHA Victoria's Frank Fredrickson won the scoring race with 41 goals in just 31 games.

In the playoffs Ottawa won the first game by a score of 2-0 and lost the second 2-1 to the Canadiens, winning the two game, total goal series 3-2.

Victoria lost to the Vancouver Maroons in the playoffs giving Vancouver the right to play for the Stanley Cup. In the WCHL Edmonton had eliminated Regina 4-3 in a two game total goals series.

During the series against Montreal, Ottawa had been plagued with injuries that drastically reduced their lineup. They traveled west and eliminated Vancouver in four games and then took Edmonton in two straight to capture the Cup.

National Hockey League (NHL) pages on Rauzulu's Street:

National Hockey League (NHL) Information
National Hockey League (NHL) Directory
National Hockey League Team Information
National Hockey League (NHL) Awards
National Hockey League (NHL) Records
National Hockey League (NHL) Champions
National Hockey League (NHL) All Star Game and Events
National Hockey League (NHL) History of League
National Hockey League Year by Year

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National Hockey League (NHL) Season Standings 1922-1923

National Hockey League (NHL) Season Standings 1922-1923

Team
GP
W
L
T
 
Pts
GF
GA
 
 
Ottawa Senators
24
14
9
1
 
29
77
54
 
Montreal Canadiens
24
13
9
2
 
28
73
61
 
Toronto St. Pats
24
13
10
1
 
27
82
88
 
Hamilton Tigers
24
6
18
0
 
12
81
110
 

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National Hockey League (NHL) Trophy Winners 1922-1923

National Hockey League (NHL) Trophy Winners 1922-1923

Award 1923 Winner
   
Stanley Cup Ottawa Senators
O'Brien Trophy Ottawa Senators

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National Hockey League (NHL) All Star Team Selections 1922-1923

National Hockey League (NHL) All Star Team Selections 1922-1923

Voting for the NHL All Star Teams is conducted by the representatives of the Professional Hockey Writers Association at the end of the season. These are separate selections from the annual All Star game. Other years selections are listed under NHL All Star Selections. The first All Star Team selected in this manner is the 1930-31 season.

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National Hockey League (NHL) Points Leaders 1922-1923

National Hockey League (NHL) Points Leaders 1922-1923

Player
GP G A PTS PIM
           
Babe Dye
22 26 11 37 19
Cy Denneny
24 23 11 34 28
Billy Boucher
24 24 7 31 55
Jack Adams
23 19 9 28 64
Mickey Roach
24 17 10 27 8
Odie Cleghorn
24 19 6 25 18
Georges Boucher
24 14 9 23 58
Reg Noble
24 12 11 23 47
Cully Wilson
23 16 5 21 46
Aurel Joliat
24 12 9 21 37

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National Hockey League (NHL) Assist Leaders 1922-1923

National Hockey League (NHL) Assist Leaders 1922-1923

Player
GP A
     
Eddie Gerard
23 13
Edmond Bouchard
24 12
Babe Dye
22 11
Cy Denneny
24 11
Reg Noble
24 11
Mickey Roach
24 10
Jack Adams
23 9
Georges Boucher
24 9
Aurel Joliat
24 9
Jack Darragh
24 9

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National Hockey League (NHL) Leading Goal Scorers 1922-1923

National Hockey League (NHL) Leading Goal Scorers 1922-1923

Player
GP G
     
Babe Dye
22 26
Billy Boucher
24 24
Cy Denneny
24 23
Odie Cleghorn
24 19
Jack Adams
23 19
Mickey Roach
24 17
Cully Wilson
23 16
Georges Boucher
24 14
Punch Broadbent
24 14
Goldie Prodgers
23 13

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National Hockey League (NHL) Penalty Minutes Leaders 1922-1923

National Hockey League (NHL) Penalty Minute Leaders 1922-1923

Player
GP PIM
     
Jack Adams
23 64
Ken Randall
24 58
Georges Boucher
24 58
Billy Boucher
24 55
Reg Noble
24 47
Cully Wilson
23 46
Edmond Bouchard
24 44
Billy Coutu
24 37
Aurel Joliat
24 37
Leo Reise Sr.
24 35

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National Hockey League (NHL) Playoffs 1922-1923

National Hockey League (NHL) Stanley Cup Playoffs 1922-1923

Ottawa Senators defeated Edmonton Eskimos 2 games to 0.

Mar. 29  at Vancouver   Ottawa 2   Edmonton 1 (2:08 OT)
Mar. 31  at Vancouver   Ottawa 1   Edmonton 0

A more detailed breakdown of the championship is located here.