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The 1888 AHAC season was the second season of the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada. Play was in challenges. The Montreal Hockey Club would win the final challenge of the season to win the Canadian championship for the first time.

League businessEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Ottawa would not return this season to challenge.

Overall recordEdit

Team Games Played Wins Losses Ties Goals For Goals Against
Montreal Hockey Club
7
6
1
0
23
9
Montreal Victorias
7
5
2
0
11
5
Montreal Crystals
6
2
4
0
18
14
McGill University
6
0
6
0
6
38

† National Champion

ResultsEdit

Date Visitor Score Home Score Location
January 13 Montreal Hockey Club 4 Montreal Crystals 1 Crystal Rink

Scoring leadersEdit

Name Club GP G
Elliot, D.A. Crystals 68
Campbell, Jack Victorias 78
McNaughton, Archie Montreal 26
Ashe, Fred Victorias 55
Kinghorn, James Victorias 75
Lee, Sam Crystals 44
Hodgson, Archie Montreal 54
Shearer, Andy Victorias 74

Goalkeeper averagesEdit

Name Club GP GA SO Avg.
Scanlan, Robert Crystals 1101.0
Paton, Tom Montreal 6701.17
Crathern, J.C. Victorias 5601.2
Arnton, Tom Victorias 2412.0
Higginson, A.G. Montreal 1202.0
Virtue, William Crystals 4902.25
Norris, Jack Crystals 1404.0
Shanks, A. McGill 52905.80
McCaffrey, Ed McGill 1606.0


Team PhotosEdit


Game AdsEdit


ReferencesEdit

  • Weir, Glen (1991). Ultimate Hockey. Stoddart Publishing. 
Preceded by
Montreal Crystals
1887
'Montreal Hockey Club
AHAC Champions'

1888
Succeeded by
Montreal HC
1888–89
Preceded by
1887
AHAC seasons
1888
Succeeded by
1888–89


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