AHAC: (Jan-Mar 1892) OHA:1891,1892,1893. The Ottawa Senators were an ice hockey team based in Ottawa, which existed from 1883 to 1954. The club was the first hockey club in Ontario, a founding member of the National Hockey League (NHL) and played in the NHL from 1917 until 1934.
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Ottawa Senators were an amateur, and later, professional, ice hockey team based in Ottawa, Canada which existed from 1883 to 1954. The club was the first hockey club in Ontario, a founding member of the National Hockey League (NHL) and played in the NHL from 1917 until 1934.
- Amateur era
This documents the records and playoff results of seasons completed by the original-era Ottawa Senators ice hockey club, officially known as the Ottawa Hockey Club from the period of 1883 until 1934. The first reference to the name 'Senators' is in 1901, although the nickname only apparently came into common use in the 1910s. For the period 1903–1906, the club is best known as the 'Silver Seven', although this may be a later invention.
The club began as a community-based sports club, founded in 1883. In 1889, the club joined the Ottawa Amateur Athletics Club, an offshoot of the Ottawa Amateur Athletics Association. Until the latter 1890s, the association's logo was on the club's jerseys. Prior to 1893, most play was either exhibition, tournament or challenge series. Regular season round-robin play began in the 1893 season, partly due to the influence of Governor General Lord Stanley who donated his Stanley Cup at this time als
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 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).
- How Old Is The Ottawa Team?
- Fair Use Rationale For Image:Ottawasenatorsoldl.Gif
- Number of Stanley Cups?
- GA Review - February 2008
- Inconsistencies on This Page
As of October 16, 2007, the main article here for Ottawa Senators (original) has a section with the word "Debatable?" in its section title, which discusses the 1906 and 1910 Stanley Cups and states that the Senators and Wanderers tied for the 1906 CAHL regular season championship. I believe it ought to be changed to read ECAHA regular season championship. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 17:03, 16 October 2007 (UTC) 1. You're correct. I've fixed that up. Alaney2k18:57, 16 October 2007 (UTC)
According to this site , the Ottawa team has been around since 1884. Is this accurate or is this site lumping different teams together? The site says: "The Generals were restructured as the Ottawa Senators in 1902". Masterhatch03:31, 24 September 2005 (UTC) 1. While the site has some facts wrong (Lord Stanley returned to Britain for good in July 1893, and the term 'Generals' nowhere appears), I've double-checked sources and they're right: the team has proven continuity back to 1893 and the founding of the AHA. Ravenswing06:07, 24 September 2005 (UTC) The Ottawa Senators go back to 1884. That was the year the club was created. From 1884-1902 they were simply the nameless OTTAWA HOCKEY CLUB. From 1903-1934 They were the OTTAWA SENATORS HOCKEY CLUB. It's the same organization. Giantdevilfish05:19, 8 February 2007 (UTC) I've been researching the Sens for quite a while, this is what I gathered for their history 1. 1884-1885 MONTREAL WINTER CARNIVAL 2. 1886 DOMINION CHAMPIONSHIP 3. 1887/1...
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The current team claims that the original Senators won 11 Stanley Cups . Is this controversial? Should there be a mention of the discrepancy? --Chancemichaels18:59, 21 August 2007 (UTC)Chancemichaels 1. The discrepancy comes in two directions; first, that the way the Cup was awarded in challenge cup days doesn't fit neatly into our one-Cup-a-year modern day paradigm, and second, that the Senators management (as is the case elsewhere in the NHL) is neither stocked with nor reflects the viewpoints of hockey historians. Ravenswing 20:11, 21 August 2007 (UTC) 2. It's not controversial. That is the 'NHL count' nowadays. The HHOF counts ten. In the years of 1906 and 1910, the Sens won challenges. The 1906 one is recognized by the HHOF, but not the 1910. The NHL recognizes both. I would argue that eleven is the correct count, because the wins came in eleven seasons of play, but that's my point of view. Alaney2k18:30, 22 August 2007 (UTC) I always thought the 11 cups was pretty accurate. I...
I just took a quick look at the page and if I were to review the article, I would likely fail it due to a huge lack of citations. Entire sections have no sources whatsoever, so the sourcing will have to be improved if this page is ever going to become a GA. -- Scorpion042219:29, 10 January 2008 (UTC) 1. Could you be specific on what you think is needed/required for proper citations? Or do you have a link as to a clear guideline on that? Alaney2k (talk) 19:57, 10 January 2008 (UTC) 1.1. WP:RS and WP:Vare the two big ones. The amount of citations needed depends on the reviewer, but I believe that every statement should have some kind of verification (if you use a book, then you should include the specific page). But since this is only a GAC and not an FAC, it should be adequate if you make sure every section has at least one citation. However, you should make sure you specially have a citation for the potentially controversial and questionable statements so that this information can b...
This artile needs quite a lot of work. 1. In the notes section, you don't have to create a tag lie "[Robinson]" in teh book list and then use that as a tag throughout the shortform notes. Simply remove the tag IDs and then put "Simpson, p. 63." and so forth. For MacGregor, just use "MacGregor (1993), p. 1." or "MacGregor (1996), p. 2." to disambiguate. 2. The Finnigan book - the page numbers need to be given rather than simply citing the book at large 3. Page formatting needs to be consistent, p. and pp. for single and multiple pages respectively 4. why does it refer to some players as "Mr." This should not be used, simply use their surname on these cases 5. Some sections are still unreferenced and need referencing. The article is strong underreferenced 6. The article does not seem broad enough in that the article is almost entirely based on the on field aspects of the clubs, whereas little administration, uniform, fan following is included in teh article 7. Please use ndashes in th...
The photpgraph of the 1930 jersey is not an 'own work' it appeared in volume 2 of trail to the stanley cup by coleman and should either reflect that or be removed from the article 220.127.116.11 (talk) 17:32, 3 May 2009 (UTC) 1. Indeed, an artist's rendition of the 1933 jersey appeared in Vol II, but it's not identical to that one. I just checked with my own volume. Ravenswing 12:28, 8 January 2010 (UTC) 1.1. I followed the Coleman illustration as a model, but used Photoshop to make the image from scratch. It's not a direct scan or photograph. Alaney2k (talk) 17:30, 8 January 2010 (UTC)
I've been tasked on doing hockey research for the Eastern Ontario region and have had the unfortunate pleasure of cleaning up the odd inaccuracies on various pages so far and have taken notes on pages that will need to be created. Every now and then I get some facts that lead me to the Ottawa Hockey Clubbut I opt to leave that page alone for now as I have sufficient other areas to work on at the moment. One of my concerns is that the current page has a different name then its infobox. Either this is the Ottawa Hockey Club page or the Ottawa Senators (original) page. In all honesty having two varying names looks very unprofessional. Secondly, Ottawa Senators (original) seems inaccurate as the team was not actually called that for several years. Thirdly, we must keep in mind that citations will be added to other articles in Wikipedia and could in turn send the reader to this page. If the information is then contradictory it is counterproductive, For example: I have update the "J...
Ottawa Senators, eller Ottawa Hockey Club, var ett professionellt ishockeylag i Ottawa, Ontario, verksamt 1893 – 1934 och skall inte förväxlas med det Ottawa Senators som gick med i NHL säsongen 1992–93.
Ottawa Senators (original) Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Banners no Scotiabank Place, arena dos Senators atuais, honrando as conquistas do time Ottawa Senators foi um time de hóquei no gelo localizado em Ottawa, Ontário, Canadá.DataLigaOponenteResultado22 de março de 1894AHACMontreal vence, –1março 7–8, 1903CAHLOttawa vence série (1–1, 8–0)março 12–14, 1903CAHLOttawa vence série (6–2, 4–2)30 de dezembro de 1903–4 de janeiro de ...CAHLOttawa vence série (9–1, 2–6, ...
- Team History
- Career Leaders
Generally acknowledged by hockeyhistorians as the greatest team of the early days of the sport, the original Ottawa Senators franchise played in the first season during which the Stanley Cup was challenged in 1893. According to the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Senators won the Stanley Cupa total of ten times, including defeats of challengers, as the Cup was still a challenge trophy. The Senators won two Stanley Cup challenges in 1910 as well, and are considered to be eleven-time Stanley Cup champions by the NHL.Games: Frank Finnigan, 368Goals: Cy Denneny, 245Assists: Cy Denneny, 67Points: Cy Denneny, 312
Chi-Kit Wong, John (2005). Lords of the Rinks: The Emergence of the National Hockey League, 1875-1936. University of Toronto Press.
The Ottawa Senators are a professional ice hockey team based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. They are members of the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Senators play their home games at the 19,153 seat (20,500 capacity) Canadian Tire Centre, which opened in 1996.
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