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1930-31 Ottawa Senators


1930–31 Ottawa Senators
Division 5th Canadian
1930–31 record 10–30–4
Home record 6–14–2
Road record 4–16–2
Goals for 91
Goals against 142
 Team information
General Manager Dave Gill
Coach Newsy Lalonde & Dave Gill
Captain Frank Finnigan
Arena Ottawa Auditorium
Team leaders
Goals Art Gagne (19)
Assists Bill Touhey (15)
Points Art Gagne & Bill Touhey (30)
Penalties in minutes Joe Lamb (91)
Wins Alec Connell (10)
Goals against average Alec Connell (3.01)
<1929–30

1932–33 >


The 1930–31 Ottawa Senators season was the club's 14th season in the NHL, 46th overall. The club failed to make the playoffs, attendance continued to fall, and the team was losing money.

Regular seasonEdit

Prior to the season beginning, the Senators sent future Hall of Fame defenceman King Clancy to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for $35,000 and some players.

Art Gagne led the team offensively, scoring a team high 19 goals, while tying with Bill Touhey for the lead in points at 30.

Alec Connell would get the majority of action in the Senators net, winning all 10 games the Senators won and posting a 3.01 GAA. Bill Beveridge would also get some time in goal, however he finished 0–8–0 with a GAA of 3.69.

The Senators would finish in last place for the first time in team history, and with the Great Depression taking its toll on the team, the NHL allowed the Senators and the Philadelphia Quakers to suspend operations for the 1931–32 NHL season, renting the players for $25,000.

Final standingsEdit

Canadian Division GP W L T GF GA PTS
Montreal Canadiens 44 26 10 8 129 89 60
Toronto Maple Leafs 44 22 13 9 118 99 53
Montreal Maroons 44 20 18 6 105 106 46
New York Americans 44 18 16 10 76 74 46
Ottawa Senators 44 10 30 4 91 142 24

Game logEdit

No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1WNovember 11, 19302–0 Montreal Maroons (1930–31) 1–0–0
2LNovember 15, 19301–5 @ Montreal Canadiens (1930–31) 1–1–0
3TNovember 18, 19302–2 OT @ Philadelphia Quakers (1930–31) 1–1–1
4WNovember 20, 19301–0 Detroit Falcons (1930–31) 2–1–1
5LNovember 22, 19300–2 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1930–31) 2–2–1
6WNovember 25, 19301–0 @ New York Americans (1930–31) 3–2–1
7LNovember 27, 19301–2 Boston Bruins (1930–31) 3–3–1
8LNovember 29, 19300–3 Chicago Black Hawks (1930–31) 3–4–1
9WDecember 4, 19305–2 Philadelphia Quakers (1930–31) 4–4–1
10LDecember 6, 19300–1 @ Montreal Maroons (1930–31) 4–5–1
11LDecember 9, 19302–3 @ New York Rangers (1930–31) 4–6–1
12LDecember 11, 19304–5 OT Montreal Canadiens (1930–31) 4–7–1
13LDecember 16, 19302–4 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1930–31) 4–8–1
14LDecember 18, 19300–3 @ Detroit Falcons (1930–31) 4–9–1
15LDecember 25, 19301–4 New York Rangers (1930–31) 4–10–1
16LDecember 27, 19305–8 @ Montreal Canadiens (1930–31) 4–11–1
17LDecember 30, 19303–7 @ Boston Bruins (1930–31) 4–12–1
18LJanuary 1, 19312–3 Montreal Maroons (1930–31) 4–13–1
19WJanuary 3, 19315–4 OT @ Philadelphia Quakers (1930–31) 5–13–1
20TJanuary 6, 19312–2 OT Toronto Maple Leafs (1930–31) 5–13–2
21LJanuary 8, 19311–3 Boston Bruins (1930–31) 5–14–2
22LJanuary 15, 19311–2 New York Americans (1930–31) 5–15–2
23LJanuary 17, 19312–3 @ Montreal Maroons (1930–31) 5–16–2
24LJanuary 20, 19312–4 @ Boston Bruins (1930–31) 5–17–2
25LJanuary 22, 19310–3 Montreal Canadiens (1930–31) 5–18–2
26LJanuary 24, 19312–5 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1930–31) 5–19–2
27LJanuary 29, 19312–3 Toronto Maple Leafs (1930–31) 5–20–2
28LFebruary 1, 19312–4 @ New York Americans (1930–31) 5–21–2
29LFebruary 3, 19312–4 New York Americans (1930–31) 5–22–2
30WFebruary 5, 19315–4 Detroit Falcons (1930–31) 6–22–2
31LFebruary 8, 19310–2 @ Detroit Falcons (1930–31) 6–23–2
32LFebruary 12, 19312–3 Chicago Black Hawks (1930–31) 6–24–2
33WFebruary 17, 19315–4 @ New York Rangers (1930–31) 7–24–2
34WFebruary 19, 19312–1 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1930–31) 8–24–2
35TFebruary 21, 19313–3 OT Montreal Maroons (1930–31) 8–24–3
36WFebruary 26, 19314–2 New York Americans (1930–31) 9–24–3
37LMarch 1, 19310–5 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1930–31) 9–25–3
38LMarch 3, 19310–1 Montreal Canadiens (1930–31) 9–26–3
39LMarch 7, 19312–6 @ Montreal Maroons (1930–31) 9–27–3
40WMarch 10, 19315–3 OT Philadelphia Quakers (1930–31) 10–27–3
41LMarch 12, 19310–2 @ New York Americans (1930–31) 10–28–3
42TMarch 14, 19313–3 OT @ Montreal Canadiens (1930–31) 10–28–4
43LMarch 17, 19311–3 New York Rangers (1930–31) 10–29–4
44LMarch 21, 19316–9 Toronto Maple Leafs (1930–31) 10–30–4

Player statsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM
Gagne, ArtArt Gagne RW 44 19 11 30 50
Touhey, BillBill Touhey LW 44 15 15 30 8
Lamb, JoeJoe Lamb RW 44 11 14 25 91
Kilrea, HecHec Kilrea LW 44 14 8 22 44
Cox, DannyDanny Cox LW 44 9 12 21 12
Finnigan, FrankFrank Finnigan RW 44 9 8 17 40
Smith, AlexAlex Smith D 37 5 6 11 73
Grosvenor, LenLen Grosvenor C/RW 33 5 4 9 25
Smith, ArtArt Smith D 43 2 4 6 61
Bourgeault, LeoLeo Bourgeault D 28 0 4 4 28
Starr, HaroldHarold Starr D 35 2 1 3 48
Beveridge, BillBill Beveridge G 9 0 0 0 0
Connell, AlecAlec Connell G 36 0 0 0 0
Connor, HarryHarry Connor LW 11 0 0 0 4
Kinsella, RayRay Kinsella LW 14 0 0 0 0
Pettinger, EricEric Pettinger LW/C 13 0 0 0 2
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T GA GAA SO
Connell, AlecAlec Connell 2190 36 10 22 4 110 3.01 3
Beveridge, BillBill Beveridge 520 9 0 8 0 32 3.69 0
Team: 2710 44 10 30 4 142 3.14 3

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Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalty Minutes; PPG=Power-play goals; SHG=Short-handed goals; GWG=Game-winning goals
      MIN=Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GA = Goals Against; GAA = Goals Against Average; SO = Shutouts;

Awards and recordsEdit

TransactionsEdit

TradesEdit

September 1, 1930 To Philadelphia Quakers
Wally Kilrea (loan)
To Ottawa Senators
October 10, 1930 To Toronto Maple Leafs
Frank Clancy
To Ottawa Senators
Art Smith,
Eric Pettinger,
$35,000
October 16, 1930 To Boston Bruins
Bill Hutton
To Ottawa Senators
Harry Connor
October 24, 1930 To London (IHL)
Len Grosvenor
To Ottawa Senators
cash
November 6, 1930 To Philadelphia Quakers
loan of:
Syd Howe,
Wally Kilrea,
Al Shields
To Ottawa Senators
$35,000
December 1, 1930 To London (IHL)
Harry Connor
To Ottawa Senators
Len Grosvenor
December 7, 1930 To New York Rangers
cash
To Ottawa Senators
Leo Bourgeault (rights)

Source: Hockey Transactions Search Results. prosportstransactions.com. Retrieved on 2009-05-19.

Game AdsEdit


See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1930-31 Ottawa Senators Statistics - Hockey-Reference.com. hockey-reference.com. Retrieved on 2009-05-28.
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