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Encyclopedia > 1917 Stanley Cup Finals

In the 1917 Stanley Cup Finals, the Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA) champion Seattle Metropolitans defeated the National Hockey Association (NHA) champion Montreal Canadiens 3 games to 1 in the best-of-five game series. In doing so, the Metropolitans (commonly nicknamed the "Mets") became the first United States team to win the Cup. This is the current WikiProject: Ice Hockey Article Improvement Drive collaboration! The Stanley Cup The Stanley Cup is the championship trophy of the National Hockey League (NHL), the major professional ice hockey league in Canada and the United States. ... The Pacific Coast Hockey Association was a professional ice hockey league in western Canada, operating from 1911 to 1924 when it merged with the Western Canada Hockey League. ... The Seattle Metropolitans were an ice hockey team based in Seattle, Washington which played in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association from 1915 to 1924. ... This article is part of the Evolution of the NHL series. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...

Seattle won the PCHA title after finishing the 1916-17 regular season in first place with a 16-8 record. Meanwhile, Montreal advanced to the Cup finals after narrowly defeating the Ottawa Senators, 7-6, in a two game total goals playoff series to end the 1916-17 NHA season. This article discusses the original Ottawa Senators franchise. ... The 1916-17 NHA season was the 8th and final season of the National Hockey Association. ...

All of the games of the 1917 Stanley Cup Finals were played at the Seattle Ice Arena. Games 1 and 3 were played under PCHA rules; Games 2 and 4 were played under NHA rules. In Game 1, Didier Pitre scored 4 goals as he led the Canadiens to an 8-4 victory. But the Mets won the next three contests to clinch the Cup, allowing only one goal in each game. Bernie Morris scored 14 of Seattle's 23 total goals for the series, including 6 in their 9-1 victory in Game 4. Future Hockey Hall of Fame goaltender Hap Holmes recorded a 2.90 goals-against average for the Mets. Didier Pitre (September 1, 1883 in Sault Ste. ... Bernie Morris was an ice hockey player for the old Seattle Metropolitans of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association. ... The Hockey Hall of Fame is located at the corner of Front & Yonge in downtown Toronto The Stanley Cup on display at the Hockey Hall of Fame The Hockey Hall of Fame which is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, celebrates the history of ice hockey with exhibits featuring memorabilia and... Hap Holmes (1889 in Aurora, Ontario - 1940 was a Canadian professional ice hockey goalie who played for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League. ...

Game-by-Game Winning Team Score Losing Team Rules Used Location
1 March 17 Montreal Canadiens 8-4 Seattle Metropolitans PCHA Seattle Ice Arena
2 March 20 Seattle Metropolitans 6-1 Montreal Canadiens NHA
3 March 23 Seattle Metropolitans 4-1 Montreal Canadiens PCHA
4 March 26 Seattle Metropolitans 9-1 Montreal Canadiens NHA
Metropolitans win best-of-five series 3 games to 1

The Seattle Ice Arena was a 2,500-seat multi-purpose arena in Seattle, Washington USA. It was home to the Seattle Metropolitans Pacific Coast Hockey Association franchise from 1915 to 1924. ...

Cup engravings

After the finals, "Seattle/World's Champions/Defeated Canadians/1917" was added to the Cup (Note that the anglicized form of "Canadiens" was engraved). Anglicisation (CwE) or Anglicization (NAE) is a process of making something English. ...


  • 1916-17 Stanley Cup Winner: Seattle Metropolitans. Hockey Hall of Fame. Retrieved on 2006-07-02.
  • hockeyleaguehistory.com - Pacific Coast Hockey Association. Retrieved on 2006-07-02.
  • Podnieks, Andrew, Hockey Hall of Fame (2004). Lord Stanley's Cup. Triumph Books, 12, 49. ISBN 1-55168-261-3.
  • (1992) Dan Diamond (ed.) The Official National Hockey League Stanley Cup Centennial Book. Firefly Books, 48-49. ISBN 1-895565-15-4.
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