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Ottawa Senators 1919-20 to 1926-27
Poor ice conditions marred the first three games of the 1919-20 final between Ottawa and the Seattle Metropolitans. The series was subsequently shifted to the artificial ice surface at Toronto's Mutual Arena.
The Senators decided to don white jerseys for the 1919-20 Final since it became apparent that their red, white and black pattern uniforms were all too similar to the Mets' red, white and green barber pole outfits.
The 1922-23 Final marked the first time that two brothers opposed each other. In fact, two sets of brothers - Corb and Cy Denneny and George and Frank Boucher - stood on opposite sides of the centre line for the opening face-off.
In 1923, King Clancy became the first player to play all six positions in a Stanley Cup match. After playing all five skating positions, Clancy guarded the net while goaltender Clint Benedict served a match penalty in the second period. Clancy held the opposition at bay during his brief stint in goal.
The summer after helping the Senators claim the 1924 title, star Jack Darragh died of peritonitis.
The 1926-27 Stanley Cup Playoffs is recognized as the first Stanley Cup Championship of the modern era.
 


Stanley Cups: 4

Stanley Cup Finals Record: 16-3

Regular Season Winning %: .670

Regular Season 1st-Place Finishes: 6

Individual Trophy Winners: 5

Hockey Hall of Fame Members: (14)
Jack Adams, Clint Benedict, Frank Boucher, George Boucher, Punch Broadbent, King Clancy, Sprague Cleghorn, Alex Connell, Jack Darragh, Cy Denneny, Eddie Gerard, Tommy Gorman, Frank Nighbor, Hooley Smith

Players On All 4 Stanley Cup Champions: (3)
George Boucher, Cy Denneny, Frank Nighbor



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