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Old 11-15-2017, 11:05 AM   #61
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Wow, that didnít take long. 9 seconds in, Babe Dye converts a quick wrist shot from the slot to give the Habs a 1-0 lead. He really comes to play!! Montreal outshoots Boston 21-2 in the first. This series might not be pretty.

The Bruins are much better in the 2nd, outshooting Montreal 14-8, so, maybe I shouldnít be so quick to judge. Hib Milks gets a breakaway goal midway through the third period, which is the insurance marker Montreal didnít end up needing. The Habs take game one, 3-0!

No score after the first period of game two. Again Montreal dominates out of the gate with a 17-4 edge in shots. The Bruins have now been shutout 4 straight periods in the finals. No scoring in the 2nd period either. Yes, Montreal is keeping Boston off the scoreboard, but they arenít exactly lighting it up! Babe Dye breaks the deadlock with his 2nd of the series. Duke Keats adds an insurance marker and Montreal ends up beating Boston 3-0 for the 2nd straight game!

A scoreless first period of game three has the Bruins without a goal for 7 periods now! Quite impressive stuff from the Habs! Duke Keats scores early in the 2nd, and itís 1-0 MontrealÖWill that be enough? NO, no it wont. Normie Himes ties it with a seeing eye shot from the left hash marks. Boston has their first goal of the series to tie the game at 1. The score stays deadlocked though the 2nd, and the 3rd. Overtime is neededÖ

In OT, Howie Morenz takes a shot thatís blocked, the rebound goes right back to Morenz, who buries the back into an open net as a result of the block. Montreal wins 2-1 and sweeps the Stanley Cup!



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1927 NHL Offseason

Eddie Shore takes home the Hart trophy in his first season in the NHL. Quite the year for Shore. MVP, Stanley Cup birth. Heís well on his way to being what he was in real life!



Here are the awards for the 1926-27 NHL Season



John Ross Roach set what looks like a unbeatable record this year. 19 shutouts from the Leafs goalie. Roach actually had 15 shutouts last year, and is now the all-time leader, even though there isnít a lot of history yet. He played 44 games this season, so, thatís (takes out calculator) 43 percent!

Here are the NHL all-stars for the seasonÖ



No rule changes to the world of hockey this year. Everything will remain the same!



The Rangers have hit the lottery. The first overall pick is Charlie Conacher, who has the ability to be the best player in hockey one day. Conacher is a power forward who dominated in real life. I actually loved reading about Charlie, and am excited heís in the league. The Rangers have a piece to build around.



Red Horner going 2nd is a very strong pick for the Maroons. He can be a top player at any position. Here are the draft results.



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A month and a half into the season, and last years breakout star, John Ross Roach has played just 1 game for the Leafs. He won that game, making 24 saves, allowing one goal, putting up a 98 game rating. The Leafs just renewed JRRís contract for 4 more years. They are starting Roy Worters, who is a excellent goalie himself, but heís listed 2nd on the depth chart. Worters is doing fine. 1.54 GAA, SP of .925. Itís just weird. They should obviously trade on of these guys. Goaltending controversy in Toronto!


Worters and Roach

About 5 or 6 deals go down before the Jan 31st trade deadline, but nothing really worth mentioning. Hap Holmes gets traded again. This time to the Blackhawks. Itís his 5th team in 3 years I believe.

The biggest story at the moment, is the defending champion Canadiens are in major danger of missing the playoffs all together. They sit 4th in the Canadian division, and are 5 points out of a playoff spot! They will need a huge push this last 3rd to make it. The Good news for the city is their sister team, the Maroons, look like the best team in hockey. Man was I wrong about them!!

Last year, goals per game fell to 4.00. Thatís more then half the offense gone from 1920, when we were seeing 8.60 goals a game. This year, itís fallen even lower, to 3.97! The fans must like it though, as Attendance is averaging over 9000 for the first time ever. Here are the per game stats for the last few years.



Well they did itÖso far. With 2 games remaining, the Montreal Canadiens made up the deficit, and more. They now lead the Leafs by 2 points. Torontoís final two games are against first place Boston, and first place the Maroons. Meanwhile, the Habs get the last place Rangers and the Sens. 1 Habs win and Leafs loss will seal the deal.



Ok, so that is kinda unexpected. Toronto beats Boston, while the Habs lose to lowly New York. Toronto and Montreal are now tied heading to the final game of the season.



Wow, the Leafs come through against the toughest competition, and Montreal, 6 time champions, who came back to give them a chance, fold when they had it in their hands!! Toronto makes the playoffs!



The Rangers average just over a goal a game. This team might be worse then the Quebec team that went winless!



Itís a defensive world. At the end of all this, goalies from this era are going to dominate the leaderboards. Look at those save percentages!!

Rangers rookie and first overall pick Charlie Conacher started the season on the third line. By the end, he was a first liner. He finished the year with 9 goals and 10 assists. Not too shabby for a 18 year old on the worst team in the league! Sky is the limit!


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1928 NHL Playoffs



The first round is a 2 game total goal series. Here are the results...



Pittsburgh gets 3 third period goals when they needed it to win their first playoff series ever defeating the Black Hawks. Toronto upsets the Senators with a great defensive effort. Pittsburgh will play Boston, while Toronto takes on the Maroons.

The 2nd round is also a 2 game total goal series....



Upset Upset Upset! Both Pittsburgh and Toronto take out the teams that won their divisions by significant amounts! This is Pittsburghís first appearance in the Cup final, and Torontoís first being the Maple Leafs!
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Toronto has more talent head to toe. They have some of the best goal scorers in hockey with Nels Stewart, Laurie Scott and Ace Baily. The goaltending Toronto has is top notch too. Roy Worters is this years clear starter, and he had a great season. John Ross Roach canít get off the bench. Pittsburghís Dit Clapper is the best defenseman in the series, but I cant see him being enough. Toronto is the big favourite!
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Game 1

Pittsburgh controlled the majority of the play during the first period, but it was Torontoís Harry Oliver that got the games first goal. Ed Jerimiah ties it at one after a scrambled faceoff bounced to him in the slot. Dit Clapper is able to keep a puck in at the point, which leads to Fred Elliot scoring the go ahead goal late in the 2nd. Toronto gets a number of good chances in the third. They really controlled the play, but couldnít beat Clint Benedict. Carl Voss gets the Pirates third goal of the game, the insurance marker. An empty net goal is also added, and the Pirates win game one, 4-1.

Game 2

It feels like the Leafs should be in desperation mode for this one. It clicks early though. Gerry Lowrey finds himself alone for a breakaway beating Benedict with a backhand. 1-0 Leafs. John McKinnon converts an Ace Bailey rebound 40 seconds later and itís 2-0! Bailey extends the lead to 3-0 before a Dit Clapper point shot gets Pittsburgh on the board. Nels Stewart gets it right back, and itís looking like the Leafs have control in this one. The teams exchange goals in the third. Toronto wins game two, 5-2Ö


Bailey is game 2's first star!

Game 3

A very even, scoreless first period to begin a very important game three. A lot of the same in the second. No goals, Toronto slightly controlling the play. Itís a tight game though. The third period is all Toronto! They outshoot the Pirates 18-4, but canít find the back of the net. Neither can Pittsburgh. No score, lets go to overtime. In OT, it takes 13 minutes for a game winner. Nick Wasnie is the hero. He scores on a pass from Doug Young. The Pirates win game 3 despite allowing 54 shots. Clint Benedict deserves a pat on the back. It was all Toronto for the last 33 minutes! Pittsburgh leads the series 2-1.


Benedict made 54 saves in game 3!

Game 4

Benedict stops another 14 shots in a scoreless first period. Heís gotta be in the Leafs head at this point. Amazingly, no one scores in the 2nd. Now I'm thinking Toronto goalie Roy Worters is getting frustrated. Heís allowed just 2 goals in the last 8 regulation periods. The Leafs finally score halfway through the third. Murray Murdoch gets it by the brick wall known as Clint Benedict. 1-0 Toronto. Thats the only goal of the game. Toronto wins it 1-0! We go to a game 5.

Worters records the game 4 shutout!

Game 5

This amazing goaltending battle comes to an end tonight. Itís Benedict vs Wolters. Winner takes all!

Toronto is all over Pittsburgh in the first. They outshoot them 16-2, but there is no score. Benedict is putting in the effort of a lifetime! Paul Thompson breaks through for the Leafs. He pots a rebound up high late in the 2nd. The shots after two, 32-6 in favour of Toronto. Pittsburgh doesnít record a shot on net for 17 minutes in the third. They get 3 in the final 3 minutes, but they canít score. Toronto wins it 1-0, and takes the Stanley Cup 3-2! What amazing goaltending!



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I forgot to take a shot of the Leafs season stats, so here is their depth chart.


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1928 NHL Offseason

The goaltending in the Cup final was phenomenal! 35 year old Clint Benedict had his finest moments even in defeat. Roy Worters proved the Leafs made the right choice playing him over John Ross Roach. Here are their stats for the 1928 playoffs.



Eddie Shore wins his second straight Hart Trophy! Shore had 7 goals, 17 assists, which is pretty good considering the lack of scoring this year. He also led the league with 124 penalty minutes.



Here are the 1927/28 award winners



Here are the NHL all-star teams. I remembered to screen shot it this year!!



Hmm, I believe, it is a little weird that the winner of the Hart Trophy isnít named to either all-star team for the season. Doesnít really make any sense at all!

A major rule change for the upcoming season will alter the playoffs going forward.





The Rangers get another first pick in the draft, but donít find a Charlie Conacher this year. They select Tom Anderson, who likes like a solid role player, not a star that you hope to find at the top of the draftÖ





Tiny Thompson suffers a major head injury.



Thompson was the starter for the Habs after arriving from Ottawa a few years ago. He did a good job, but the 25 year looks like he wonít be available this year at all. 35 year old George Hainsworth, who still looks excellent, will get another shot at a starting gig for Montreal.

Toronto trades Laurie Scott to Ottawa.



Scott has been one of the NHLís best offensive players the last few years. He helped the Leafs win a Cup last year. Toronto deals him for a young dman who hasnít played in the NHL. Scott moves right to the Sens top line. I like this deal for Ottawa.

Here is Laurie Scott's career so you can see how good he's been the last few years.



Chicago just stole Red Horner from the Maroons.



Horner is a future top line defender. Montreal gets a # 3 aging goalie, and a number 5 defenseman. I donít see why they would make this deal. Chicago should be ecstatic!
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By new years, itís evident that scoring is gonna fall again. So far, we are season 3.71 goals per game. In the 80ís, that number would win awards for a goalie!! George Hainsworth has a GAA under 1.00 at the moment!! The Maroons are the leagues highest scoring team, averaging a whopping 2.65 goals per game!



Chicagoís Red Horner is out for the season.



Horner, the prized pickup by Chicago this offseason will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a tough injury. Horner has receiving first line minutes of the Chicago blue line, and responded with 9 points in 20 games and a 73 game rating. Pretty good for a 19 year old getting his first real action! This will really hurt the Hawks chances of coming out of the American division.


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A bunch of low level guys are dealt at the trade deadline. Nothing worth mentioning.

Like last year, the Leafs find themselves out of the playoff picture needing to make up lots of ground in a short time. Like last year, they get it doneÖ.or did they. Toronto made up 6 points in the final 2 weeks of the season, to finish the year tied with Ottawa for 3rd place. Both teams finished with 55 points. Ottawa had 23 wins, two more then the Leafs. I assume that will be the tie breaker, and the champs will miss the playoffs for the 2nd year in a row.



I have to edit the league structure every July 1st to get rid of otís , ot points and whatnot. I forgot this year, so these standings are really weird. I have no idea why these rules reset every year. I have no idea how many points ďotĒ is worth, or what it is really. Weíll go with it this year, and hopefully I remember to make these changes in the future.

New York and Montreal, division winners will now receive a bye and play each other in the semi finals. The 2nd place teams and the 3rd place teams will play each other in round 1.



Howie Morenz and Nels Stewart are the only players to record more then a point per game. Scoring fell to 3.54 total goals per game.

Laurie Scott didn't enjoy alot of success his first year in Ottawa. 6 goals and 8 assists was all he could do. I have to imagine the Senators are disappointed in that performance.

George Hainsworth had a great year replacing the injured Tiny Thompson. A .953 save percentage says it all.

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