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Forging a New History

Inspired by my own, unshared endeavours, as well as those of @George_Bell, and @TigerFan, I have decided to endeavour on a historical replay, starting in the 1917-18 season. I will be using the FHM development engine, and drafting players at 17. Hopefully this will be enjoyable for all of you to follow. I am also hoping to add in a few little gimmicks to spice the game up, such as a selection process for players to miss time for WW2, random players leaving for the WHA, and Soviet/Czech players coming into the NHL.
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Champions by Season
1917-18: Montreal Canadiens

Champions by Team
Montreal Canadiens - 1 (1918)

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1917 Off-Season

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The Montreal Canadiens have signed free agents Bill Laird and Howard McNamara, and traded Joel Rochon to the Wanderers for Greg George.

In addition the Montreal Wanderers have signed Gord Meeking.

The Ottawa Senators have signed free agents Art Duncan, Eddie Carpenter, Herb Gardiner, and Ivan Mitchell.

The Toronto Arenas have signed free agents Leth Graham, Rowland Muirhead, Joe Simpson, and Walter Smaill.


1917-18 NHL Preview

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1917-18 Season

Season Story
The historic first ever NHL goal was scored by Ken Randall of the Toronto Arenas at 2:34 of the first period at Westmount Arena, as the Arenas massacred the Wanderers 12-1.

The Wanderers bore the brunt for the entire season, with Ottawa and Toronto duking it out as the middle teams, and the Canadiens running away with the league.

Newsy Lalonde missed 9 games with a massive injury to his eye. He will likely miss the playoffs as well. The forward had 17 goals in first 15 games, a huge blow to Les Canadiens season.

Eddie Lowry and Morley Bruce were the subject of controversy in Ottawa, when they broke the team rules regarding drinking, and were fined and reprimanded by the organization in the media.

Cy Denneny's 7 point effort against the Montreal Wanderers in an 8-3 win was the greatest individual performance of the season.

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1918 Playoffs

1918 NHL Playoffs
The Montreal Canadiens face the Ottawa Senators in a total goals, two game series.

Montreal takes the first game 6-5, Thomas McCarthy scoring the winner. The second game is a 4-4 tie, meaning the Canadiens advance 10-9 on total goals.

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1918 Stanley Cup Final

The Montreal Canadiens face the Vancouver Millionaires. The Millionaires boast a lineup featuring stars such as Hugh Lehman, Mickey MacKay, Odie Cleghorn, and best of all, Cyclone Taylor.

Montreal takes Game 1 with a 2-1 win, thanks to goals from Arbour and Smith.

Game 2 is a thrilling 3-2 OT win for the Canadiens, with Corbeau scoring the winner.

In a do or die game, the Millionaires force OT, but cannot win on home ice, as the Canadiens take it 4-3, and win the Stanley Cup. The winner was scored by Sprague Cleghorn.

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1918 Off-Season

League News
The Montreal Wanderers have folded, leaving the NHL a 3 team league!

1917-18 Award Winners
No NHL awards yet exist!

Retirements
Jack Laviolette (38) and Joe Hall (36), two defenders for the Montreal Canadiens, have both hung up the skates this off-season.

Junior Players
A few major junior players are rising up the ranks, and should be entering into the NHL in the next few seasons.

The Toronto Arenas have their eyes on goaltender Roy Worters, defenseman Ching Johnson, and forwards Carson Cooper and Bill Carson.

The Ottawa Senators have been eyeing goaltender Lorne Chabot, defender Taffy Abel, and forwards Billy Burch and Harry Oliver.

The Montreal Canadiens have a big star, winger Babe Dye, in their sights, as well as forward George Hay, defender Billy Stuart, and goalie John Ross Roach.

Major Trades
Toronto has acquired Eddie Gerard (28), and Leo Reise (26) from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for Jack Adams (23), and Rowland Muirhead (28)

Major Signings
Montreal signed Odie Cleghorn, Jack McDonald, and Punch Broadbent.

Ottawa signed Harry Hyland, Stan Marples, and George Carey.

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1918-19 Season

Season Story
Influenza broke out in the NHL, afflicting stars Alf Barbour, Newsy Lalonde, Jack McDonald, and Dick Irvin in February. Thankfully all four survived their bout with the disease.

Cy Denneny set a new NHL record with 4 goals in a game against the Toronto Arenas, in a 9-6 victory!

Otherwise, the season saw the Canadiens at the top, the Senators at the bottom, and the Arenas smack dab in the middle.

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