1922–23 NHL season

The 1922–23 NHL season was the sixthseason of the National Hockey League. Four teams played 24 games each. The Ottawa Senators defeated the Montreal Canadiens for the NHL championship, and then defeated Vancouver and Edmonton to win the Stanley Cup.

National Hockey League season
Sports season

1922–23 NHL season
League National Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Duration December 16, 1922 – March 9, 1923
Number of games 24
Number of teams 4
Regular season
Season champions Ottawa Senators
Top scorer Babe Dye(St. Patricks)
O’Brien Cup
Champions Ottawa Senators
  Runners-up Montreal Canadiens
NHL seasons

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At the start of the season, Newsy Lalonde found himself moving west as the Montreal Canadiens traded him to the Saskatoon Sheiks of the Western Canada Hockey League for a rising young star named Aurel Joliat.[1] Joliat would help the Canadiens win the second playoff spot over the St. Patricks. Joliat scored two goals in his first game with the Canadiens, but Babe Dye had five goals in the Toronto St. Patricks‘ 7–2 win. Joliat finished with 12 goals and 21 points in 24 games.[2]

On January 31, 1923, the Montreal Canadiens and Hamilton Tigers played the first penalty-free game in NHL history, a 5–4 Montreal victory.

On February 14, 1923, CFCA, the radio station of the Toronto Daily Star, broadcast the third period of the Senators-St. Patricks game in Toronto. This was the first radio broadcast of an NHL game. The broadcaster has not been identified, but it may have been Norman Albert who broadcast the Midland-North Toronto game February 8 from the Toronto Arena.[3]

On February 17, 1923, Cy Denneny of Ottawa scored his 143rd goal, surpassing Joe Malone as the all-time goal-scoring leader as the Ottawa Senators shut out the Montreal Canadiens 2–0.

National Hockey League
Ottawa Senators 24 14 9 1 29 77 54
Montreal Canadiens 24 13 9 2 28 73 61
Toronto St. Patricks 24 13 10 1 27 82 88
Hamilton Tigers 24 6 18 0 12 81 110

[4][5]Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
         Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

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