This is a listing of records for the original Ottawa Senators (1883-1955). The Senators existed for a number of years before and after their membership in the National Hockey League. This list focuses on the NHL years (1917-34).
- Lowest goals-against-average, one season: 1.17, 1925-26 (42 goals in 36 games)
- Fewest home losses, one season: 0, 1922-23 (NHL record)
- Fewest road losses, one season: 4, 1919-20 (12 games played)
- Highest percentage win record, one season: 0.792, 1919-20 (19-5)
- First place finishes: 1918-19, 1919-20, 1921-22, 1922-23, 1923-24, 1925-26, 1926-27
- Regular season record: 258 wins, 221 losses, 63 ties.
- Longest shutout sequence by a goaltender: 461 minutes, 29 seconds, Alex Connell, 1927-28 (NHL record)
- Most shutouts, one season: 15(2x) Alex Connell (1925-26, 1927-28)
- Highest goal-scoring percentage, career: Cy Denneny, .767
- First winner of Hart Trophy (Most Valuable Player): Frank Nighbor, 1923-24
- First winner of Lady Byng Trophy (Sportmanship & high level of play): Frank Nighbor, 1924-25
- First winner of Lester Patrick Trophy: Jack Adams, former player in 1926-27
References and notesEdit
Source: McAuley, Jim (1992). Yearbook 1992-1993 Annuaire. Ottawa Senators.
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