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|1913–14 Toronto Hockey Club|
The 1913–14 Toronto Hockey Club season was the second season of the Toronto franchise in the National Hockey Association (NHA). The Blueshirts would win the NHA championship in a playoff to win the Stanley Cup.
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF= Goals For, GA = Goals Against
|1||December 27||Montreal Canadiens||0–3||Toronto||1–0–0||2|
|2||December 30||Toronto||3–7||Montreal Wanderers||1–1–0||2|
|3||January 3||Quebec Bulldogs||3–6||Toronto||2–1–0||4|
|4||January 7||Toronto||9–3||Toronto Ontarios||3–1–0||6|
|5||January 10||Ottawa Senators||3–2||Toronto||3–2–0||6|
|6||January 14||Montreal Wanderers||2–10||Toronto||4–2–0||8|
|7||January 17||Toronto||9–4||Quebec Bulldogs||5–2–0||10|
|8||January 21||Toronto Ontarios||2–9||Toronto||6–2–0||12|
|9||January 24||Toronto||1–4||Ottawa Senators||6–3–0||12|
|10||January 28||Toronto||3–4||Montreal Canadiens||6–4–0||12|
|11||January 31||Toronto||5–3||Montreal Wanderers||7–4–0||14|
|12||February 4||Ottawa Senators||1–2||Toronto||8–4–0||16|
|13||February 7||Toronto||3–9||Montreal Canadiens||8–5–0||16|
|14||February 11||Quebec Bulldogs||3–4||Toronto||9–5–0||18|
|15||February 14||Toronto Ontarios||1–3||Toronto||10–5–0||20|
|16||February 18||Toronto||4–1||Ottawa Senators||11–5–0||22|
|17||February 21||Montreal Canadiens||2–3||Toronto||12–5–0||24|
|18||February 25||Toronto||6–1||Toronto Ontarios||13–5–0||26|
|19||February 28||Toronto||3–5||Quebec Bulldogs||13–6–0||26|
|20||March 4||Montreal Wanderers||7–5||Toronto||13–7–0||26|
Tied at the top of the standings, the Blueshirts and Canadiens faced off in a two game, total goals series for the league championship and Stanley Cup. The Blueshirts won the series 6–2.
- Toronto 6, Montreal Canadiens 2
|1||March 7||Toronto||0–2||Montreal Canadiens||0–1|
|2||March 11||Montreal Canadiens||0–6||Toronto||1-1|
Stanley Cup challengesEdit
The 1913–14 season marked the last year of the challenge era in Stanley Cup history. After dispatching the Canadiens, the Blueshirts faced off against the Victoria Aristocrats of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association in a best-of-five series, with all games played at the Arena Gardens. The series would be controversial, as the Aristocrats never formally applied with the Cup trustees to challenge for the cup. As a result, the trustees would negotiate an agreement to have the champions of the NHA and the PCHA meet each year to determine a champion, beginning in 1915.
- Toronto 3, Victoria 0
|1||March 14||Victoria Aristocrats||2–5||Toronto||1–0|
|2||March 17||Victoria Aristocrats||5–6||Toronto||2-0|
|3||March 19||Victoria Aristocrats||1–2||Toronto||3-0|
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|1913–14 NHA season by team|
|NHA||Montreal Canadiens • Montreal Wanderers • Ottawa • Quebec • Toronto • Toronto Ontarios|