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This was the 1934-35 season of the Montreal Senior Group:

For the first time there was a team from outside Montreal in the league. After the NHL's Ottawa Senators moved to St. Louis, a new senior team of the same name was formed.

StandingsEdit

Regular Season GP W L T GF GA Pts
Montreal Royals 20 12 5 3 74 56 33
McGill University 12 7 4 1 35 27 30
Ottawa Senators 20 10 6 4 90 64 29
Montreal Canadiens 20 6 5 9 73 67 26
Verdun Maple Leafs 20 8 9 3 75 75 20
Montreal Victorias 12 3 7 2 40 45 16
Lafontaine Bleus 20 3 13 4 49 102 14

McGill University and the Montreal Victorias played two four-point games against each other team. McGill's team also played in the 1934-35 CIAU Season.


Regular Season GamesEdit

All Montreal games were played at the Montreal Forum. They were doubleheaders played on Wednesdays and Sundays. All Ottawa games were played on Saturdays.

NovemberEdit

Date Winner Loser Location
November 4 McGill 3 Verdun 2 Montreal
November 4 Royals 4 Canadiens 3 Montreal
November 7 Royals 2 Lafontaine 1 Montreal
November 7 Canadiens 6 Verdun 3 Montreal
November 10 Ottawa 7 Victorias 3 Ottawa
November 11 Ottawa 4 Lafontaine 1 Montreal
November 11 Verdun 2 Royals 1 Montreal
November 14 Canadiens 2 McGill 0 Montreal
November 14 Lafontaine 2 Victorias 0 Montreal
November 17 Ottawa 5 Royals 3 Ottawa
November 18 Lafontaine 3 Verdun 3 Montreal
November 18 Ottawa 6 Canadiens 2 Montreal
November 21 McGill 6 Lafontaine 0 Montreal
November 21 Royals 3 Victorias 2 Montreal
November 24 Ottawa 3 McGill 1 Ottawa
November 25 Verdun 6 Royals 4 Montreal
November 25 Canadiens 10 Lafontaine 3 Montreal
November 28 Canadiens 4 Victorias 2 Montreal
November 28 Verdun 7 Lafontaine 4 Montreal

DecemberEdit

Date Winner Loser Location
December 1 Ottawa 9 Lafontaine 0 Ottawa
December 2 Verdun 5 Ottawa 4 Montreal
December 2 Lafontaine 3 Canadiens 3 Montreal
December 5 Victorias 3 Ottawa 3 Montreal
December 5 Royals 3 McGill 2 Montreal
December 8 Canadiens 5 Ottawa 5 Ottawa
December 9 Canadiens 4 Ottawa 3 Montreal
December 9 Royals 3 Ottawa 2 Montreal
December 12 Lafontaine 2 McGill 1 Montreal
December 12 Victorias 8 Canadiens 2 Montreal
December 15 Royals 4 Ottawa 2 Ottawa
December 16 Canadiens 3 Lafontaine 3 Montreal
December 16 Royals 5 Verdun 4 Montreal
December 19 Royals 6 Victorias 3 Montreal
December 19 Canadiens 2 McGill 2 Montreal

JanuaryEdit

Date Winner Loser Location
January 6 Ottawa 9 Lafontaine 3 Montreal
January 6 Royals 4 Canadiens 4 Montreal
January 9 Victorias 3 Verdun 1 Montreal
January 9 Royals 4 Lafontaine 1 Montreal
January 12 Verdun 8 Ottawa 5 Ottawa
January 13 Verdun 3 Canadiens 3 Montreal
January 13 Royals 9 Lafontaine 4 Montreal
January 16 McGill 4 Ottawa 2 Montreal
January 16 Verdun 5 Victorias 5 Montreal
January 19 Lafontaine 2 Ottawa 2 Ottawa
January 20 Lafontaine 6 Verdun 2 Montreal
January 20 Royals 2 Canadiens 2 Montreal
January 23 McGill 4 Royals 3 Montreal
January 23 Verdun 1 Canadiens 0 Montreal
January 26 Ottawa 3 Canadiens 1 Ottawa
January 27 Verdun 2 Ottawa 1 Montreal
January 27 Canadiens 9 Lafontaine 4 Montreal
January 30 Ottawa 4 Royals 3 Montreal
January 30 McGill 6 Victorias 4 Montreal

FebruaryEdit

Date Winner Loser Location
February 2 Ottawa 8 Verdun 5 Ottawa
February 3 Verdun 8 Lafontaine 4 Montreal
February 3 Canadiens 3 Royals 3 Montreal
February 6 Victorias 5 Lafontaine 3 Montreal
February 6 McGill 3 Verdun 2 Montreal
February 10 Canadiens 6 Ottawa 6 Montreal
February 10 Royals 5 Lafontaine 1 Montreal
February 13 Royals 3 Verdun 2 Montreal
February 13 McGill 3 Victorias 2 Montreal


PlayoffsEdit

Semi Finals (Best of 3)Edit

Date Winner Loser Location
February 17 Montreal Royals 3 Montreal Canadiens 1 Montreal
February 24 Montreal Royals 4 Montreal Canadiens 3 Montreal

Montreal Royals beat Montreal Canadiens (Senior) 2 games to none.


Date Winner Loser Location
February 20 Ottawa 2 McGill 1 Montreal
February 23 McGill 7 Ottawa 0 Ottawa
February 27 Ottawa 2 McGill 1 Montreal

Ottawa Senators beat McGill University 2 games to 1.


Final (Best of 5)Edit

Date Winner Loser Location
March 3 Ottawa 2 Montreal 2 Montreal
March 7 Montreal 1 Ottawa 0 Ottawa
March 10 Montreal 7 Ottawa 3 Montreal
March 12 Ottawa 6 Montreal 4 Ottawa
March 17 Montreal 5 Ottawa 1 Montreal

Montreal Royals advanced to the 1934-35 Quebec Senior Playoffs.


AttendanceEdit

The Group played 26 doubleheaders at the Montreal Forum and attracted 88,636 patrons, or an average of 3693 per event. This total was 17,813 over the previous season's total.

In addition 10 games were played at Ottawa, which attracted 41,604 fans, or 4160 per game.


Top Ten ScorersEdit

Player Team Goals Assists Points
Jean Louis Bourcier Verdun 22 18 40
George Brown Verdun 18 19 37
Eddie Finnigan Ottawa 15 21 36
Hugh Farquharson Royals 19 15 34
Jules Cholette Ottawa 17 10 27
Colomban Ethier Verdun 15 12 27
Dave Neville McGill 14 13 27
Ralph St. Germain Royals 13 14 27
Tag Millar Ottawa 12 13 25
Rene Boudreau Canadiens 14 9 23


Team PhotosEdit


Note:The NHL's St. Louis Eagles, who had been the Ottawa Senators the year before, were still owned by Ottawa interests. The Eagles trained together with the new, senior Ottawa Senators.


Game AdsEdit


See AlsoEdit

Montreal Senior Group

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