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The 1914–15 PCHA season was the fourth season of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association league. Season play ran from December 8, 1914 until March 9, 1915. The schedule was made for each team to play 18 games, but like the previous three seasons, one game was cancelled. The Vancouver Millionaires club would be the PCHA champions. After the season the club played off against the Ottawa Senators, NHA champions for the Stanley Cup, winning the series and becoming the first west-coast team to win the Cup.

League businessEdit

The franchise of the New Westminster Royals was transferred to Portland, Oregon and renamed the "Rosebuds."

Regular seasonEdit

Final standingsEdit

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF= Goals For, GA = Goals Against

Pacific Coast Hockey Association GP W L T GF GA
Vancouver Millionaires 17 13 4 0 115 71
Portland Rosebuds 18 9 9 0 91 83
Victoria Aristocrats 17 4 130 64 116

ResultsEdit

Month Day Visitor Score Home Score
Dec. 8 Vancouver 6 Portland 3
11 Victoria 3 Vancouver 5
15 Portland 8 Victoria 4
18 Portland 3 Vancouver 6
26 Victoria 1 Portland 8
29 Vancouver 4 Victoria 3 (12:06 OT)
Jan. 5 Vancouver 4 Portland 3 (11:00 OT)
8 Victoria 2 Vancouver 9
12 Portland 3 Victoria 4 (3:35 OT)
15 Portland 3 Vancouver 2
19 Victoria 5 Portland 10
22 Vancouver 1 Victoria 4
26 Vancouver 4 Portland 10
29 Victoria 5 Vancouver 12
Feb. 2 Portland 5 Victoria 6 (18:20 OT)
5 Portland 8 Vancouver 3
9 Victoria 2 Portland 3
12 Vancouver 6 Victoria 4
16 Vancouver 5 Portland 0
19 Victoria 3 Vancouver 10
23 Portland 3 Victoria 4
26 Portland 3 Vancouver 13
27 Portland 3 Vancouver 11
Mar. 2 Vancouver 14 Victoria 11
4 Victoria 1 Portland 9
6 Victoria 2 Portland 6
9a Victoria Vancouver
  • a Cancelled

A game between Vancouver and Victoria was cancelled at the end of the season.


Goalkeeper AveragesEdit

Name Club GP GA SO Avg.
Lehman, Hugh Vancouver 17 71 1 4.2
Mitchell, Mike Portland 18 83 4.6
Lindsay, Bert Victoria 17 116 6.8

Scoring LeadersEdit

PlayoffsEdit

See 1915 Stanley Cup Finals

The champion Vancouver Millionaires hosted the finals against the Ottawa Senators, NHA champions. Vancouver would win the series and become the first west-coast team to win the Cup.

Game-by-Game Winning Team Score Losing Team Rules Used Location
1March 22Vancouver Millionaires6–2Ottawa SenatorsPCHADenman Arena, Vancouver
2March 24Vancouver Millionaires8–3Ottawa SenatorsNHA
3March 26Vancouver Millionaires12–3Ottawa SenatorsPCHA
Millionaires win best-of-five series 3 – 0

Vancouver Millionaires 1915 Stanley Cup championsEdit

‡ Played Rover a position between both Defences and behind the Centre.

  • Engraving-notes=

The Senators had the words "Ottawa/NHA Champions/1914–15" engraved on the base of the trophy's original bowl even though they did not win the Cup finals. This was similar to the practice prior to the NHA-PCHA agreement when the trophy was officially passed on to the winner of the league championship of the previous Cup champion's league. The previous Cup winner was the 1913–14 NHA champion Toronto Blueshirts.

After the finals, "Vancouver B.C./1914–15/Defeated Ottawa/3 Straight Games" was added to the Cup. Eight players' names and the manager's name were also engraved inside the bowl along the fluted sides.

Two players were left off the Stanley Cup, even though there was room. Kenny Mallen played 14 of 16 regular season games, and two of three games in the finals. Mallen's name was left off by mistake. Jean Matz was left off, because he only played one game.



Game AdsEdit


ReferencesEdit

Coleman, Charles (1966). The Trail of the Stanley Cup, Vol. 1, 1893–1936 inc.. 

Preceded by
1913–14 PCHA season
PCHA seasons
1914–15
Succeeded by
1915–16 PCHA season


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