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  Vancouver Millionaires - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Vancouver Millionaires were a professional ice hockey team in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from 1911 to 1926.
In 1922 the team's name was changed to the Vancouver Maroons.
Their jerseys were maroon with a white V, with Vancouver spelled down one side of the V and up the other.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Vancouver_Maroons   (149 words)

  
 1923-24 NHL season - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Stanley Cup winners were the Montreal Canadiens, who defeated the Calgary Tigers of the WCHL and Vancouver Maroons of the PCHA.
Two of its teams, the Vancouver Maroons and Victoria Cougars, joined the WCHL for the 1924-25 WCHL season.
Since Leo Dandurand's request to have Vancouver and Calgary face off first was denied, the first round match-up was the Montreal Canadiens and Vancouver Maroons.
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 Canucks Central | Vancouver Canucks Hockey | www.canuckscentral.com
There was a rich tradition of professional hockey in Vancouver long before the arrival of the NHL in 1970.
The Vancouver Millionaires of the early 1900s did not play in the NHL, but they did play "big-league" hockey and they did compete for (and win) the Stanley Cup.
The Maroons, as they were now known, had two lacklustre seasons before this league, too, went under and all of its star players were sold to the NHL.
www.canuckscentral.com /hbeforethenhl.shtml   (688 words)

  
 Cool Stats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Scoring the goal in game two for Vancouver was Jack Adams, later long time coach and GM of Detroit and the man who the trophy for Coach of the Year is named after.
Vancouver would eventually lose in the Cup final to the Toronto St. Pat's.
1937 NHL Those same Maroons were on the losing end of a best-of-three at the hands of the New York Rangers in the quarterfinals of 1937.
www.liam.ca /coolstats.html   (353 words)

  
 Hockey
Vancouver and Ottawa split the first four games and then Ottawa won the fifth by a score of 2-1 capturing their second cup in a row.
Mickey MacKay of Vancouver won the scoring race with 23 goals, and his teammate Hugh Lehman was the number one goalie with a 2.7 goals against average.
Vancouver eliminated Seattle in the PCHA playoffs and Calgary beat Regina in the Western playoffs.
www.msu.edu /~vanduse1/ubt/hockey.htm   (4862 words)

  
 Hockey's Future: The #1 Online Prospects Magazine - Covering the WHL, QMJHL, AHL, OHL, College, The NHL Entry Draft, ...
The International Hockey League's long-expected announcement Monday that it was folding assured the 1949-50 Maroons of their place in history.
The Maroons came aboard during its fifth year and won the championship that season, defeating the Sarnia (Ont.) Sailors in a seven-game series.
Despite the last-place finish, Maroons' defenceman Jack Douglas was named a first team all-star and goaltender Al Bennett to the second team.
www.hockeysfuture.com /article.php?sid=2393   (775 words)

  
 Hockey - The Early Days
The inaugural PCHA teams were the Vancouver Millionaires with Frank Patrick, the Victoria Aristocrats with Lester Patrick and the New Westminster Royals.
Vancouver won the regular season championship but Seattle won the playoff series and moved on to the Stanley Cup final.
Vancouver was led by Mickey MacKay (28 goals, 40 points), Lloyd Cook (19 goals, 30 points) and the goal tending of hugh Lehman.
www.makojo.com /earlyhockey.html   (4960 words)

  
 Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Ernie Parkes
In November of 1921, Parkes signed as a free agent with the PCHA's Vancouver Millionaires where he was PCHA Second Team All-Star in 1923 as a member of the Vancouver Maroons.
Parkes spent two seasons with the Maroons before signing as free agent with the Toronto St. Pats on December 8, 1924, only to be traded to the Boston Bruins later on that day.
Maroons by Boston for George Carroll, December 19, 1924.
www.legendsofhockey.net:8080 /LegendsOfHockey/jsp/SearchPlayer.jsp?player=13927   (290 words)

  
 jim
AS the story is told, in March of 1926, Frank Patrick in Vancouver got a momentous phone call from his brother Lester in Montreal.
Lester was there coaching his Victoria Cougars against Montreal Maroons, who were in the process of dismembering the defending Stanley Cup champions from the B.C. capital.
"Frank," he told the brotherly owner of the Vancouver Maroons, "some of the players back here are being paid as much as $10,000 a season.
www.nsnews.com /issues99/w121399/jim.html   (833 words)

  
 Saskatchewan's Top News Stories: Sports
Adams’ brother Jack, was the big gun of Vancouver Maroons in that day and today is general manager of Detroit Red Wings.
Caps defeated Maroons 2-1 at the coast but, at the stadium in Regina, dropped a 4-0 decision when Art Duncan scored three times before almost 7,000 fans and Lloyd Cook added another.
In the five-game series for the Stanley Cup, Vancouver lost the deciding game 5-1 to Toronto St. Patrick’s as the Great Babe Dye scored four of the goals.
library.usask.ca /sni/stories/spo3a.html   (646 words)

  
 Vintage hockey autographs, deceased Hockey hall of Fame Players
Following this achievement, the Tigers ventured east with the Pacific Coast Hockey Association champion Vancouver Maroons to confront the Montreal Canadiens.
In 1947 he was named general manager of the Philadelphia Maroons, a proposed NHL franchise that was never realized.
Even though the Toronto Arenas defeated Vancouver in the 1918 Stanley Cup championship, Taylor proved to be the most revered performer in the match-up.
www.hockeylegend.com /Vintage_autographs3.htm   (4234 words)

  
 A to Z Encyclopaedia of Ice Hockey - Va
Vancouver Canucks 1st pick (5th overall) in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for Birmingham Bulls 1978-79, Vancouver Canucks and Toronto Maple Leafs 1979-80, Toronto Maple Leafs 1980-87, Chicago Blackhawks 1987-88, Chicago Blackhawks and Buffalo Sabres 1988-89, Buffalo Sabres 1989-91, Buffalo Sabres and Rochester Americans 1991-92 and Hamilton Canucks 1992-93.
The Blazers got their World Hockey Association franchise when the owner of the Philadelphia Blazers moved his team to Vancouver.
www.azhockey.com /Va.htm   (2332 words)

  
 Stanley Cup   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Vancouver Millionaires would win the first "formal" final, three games to zero in a best-of-five series.
The new band would eventually be filled by the Vancouver Millionaires, who, although they did not properly win the Cup (which by then was a formal championship game akin to the World Series), they did win the league championship of the previous champion's league.
It has also been noted that two other teams were on the Cup due to the "league championship" clause from 1915 to 1918, although they did not officially win the Cup.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/S/Stanley-Cup.htm   (3861 words)

  
 USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Maroons 3-0 Tommy Gorman Toronto 1934 Chicago 3-1 Tommy Gorman Detroit 1933 NY Rangers 3-1 Lester Patrick Toronto 1932 Toronto 3-0 Dick Irvin NY Rangers 1931 Montreal 3-2 Cecil Hart Chicago 1930 Montreal 2-0 Cecil Hart Boston 1929 Boston 2-0 Cy Denneny NY Rangers 1928 NY Rangers 3-2 Lester Patrick Mtl.
Maroons 1927 Ottawa 2-0-2 Dave Gill Boston 1926 Mtl.
Maroons 3-1 Eddie Gerard Victoria 1925 Victoria 3-1 Lester Patrick Montreal 1924 Montreal 2-0 Leo Dandurand Cgy.
www.usatoday.com /sports/hockey/cup01/cuphistory.htm   (247 words)

  
 Featured Worship Leader
He began singing in his school choir and then progressed through various bands (including Dorothy Fields and The Maroons) before going solo.
He recently played with the local Irish band The Maroons and recorded with them their successful album '3 Miles'.
Johnny is often invited to lead youth focused worship events at home and around the world, including Langley Vineyard, Vancouver.
www.worshiptogether.com /features/worship.aspx?iid=216470   (424 words)

  
 Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Charlie Cotch
After one year with London, Cotch signed with the Vancouver Maroons of the Pacific Coast Hockey League on November 7th 1922.
Cotch was held scoreless in his first season with the Maroons, but scored a pair of goals in his second campaign on the West Coast.
On March 26th, 1924 the Maroons traded Cotch to the Montreal Canadiens in an intra-league trade.
www.legendsofhockey.net:8080 /LegendsOfHockey/jsp/SearchPlayer.jsp?player=12340   (255 words)

  
 Ottawa Senators 1910-1934 (Original)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Facing the Pacific Coast Hockey Association Champion Vancouver Millionaires for the Stanley Cup the Senators would end up getting humiliated losing 3 straight games by a combined score of 26-8, as the NHA lost its grip on the Stanley Cup to the first ever Champions from the West Coast.
With the NHL Championship the Senators now had to face 2 Champions for the Stanley Cup, the Vancouver Maroons from the PCHA as well as the Edmonton Eskimos from the new WCHL.
However, their old goalie would comeback to haunt them in the NHL Championship as the Montreal Maroons advanced to play for the Stanley Cup by winning a total goal series 2-1, as Benedict blanked the Sens 1-0 in Game 2.
sportsecyclopedia.com /nhl/ott/originalsens.html   (3530 words)

  
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It played in six cities in the Pacific Northwest, BC's Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.
became the Vancouver Maroons, Stanley Cup Champions 1915, runner-up 1918, 1921 and 1922
With the loss of Portland, Vancouver and Victoria, the league again changed its name to the Prairie Hockey League (PrHL).
www.geocities.com /texliebmann/hockey/west/others.htm   (639 words)

  
 A to Z Encyclopaedia of Ice Hockey - Pa
Name changes in 1922 saw the Vancouver Millionaires become the Vancouver Maroons and the Victoria Aristocrats become the Victoria Cougars.
Victoria were replaced by Tacoma Tigers in the final season of this version of the league.
In the 1945-46 season there was a North Division (New Westminster Royals, Portland Eagles, Seattle Ironmen and Vancouver Canucks) and a South Division (Hollywood Wolves, Los Angeles Monarchs, Oakland Oaks, San Diego Skyhawks and San Francisco Shamrocks).
www.azhockey.com /Pa.htm   (4518 words)

  
 Stanley Cup -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The (additional info and facts about Vancouver Millionaires) Vancouver Millionaires would win the first "formal" final, three games to zero in a best-of-five series.
On August 22, 2004, Walter Neubrand, keeper of the Cup, was en route to (additional info and facts about Fort St. John, British Columbia) Fort St. John, British Columbia to deliver it to (additional info and facts about Tampa Bay Lightning) Tampa Bay Lightning head scout Jake Goertzen.
However, (additional info and facts about Air Canada) Air Canada officials at (additional info and facts about Vancouver International Airport) Vancouver International Airport removed the 35-pound trophy before takeoff because of weight restrictions.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/s/st/stanley_cup.htm   (4079 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Pacific Coast Hockey Association Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The PCHA was founded by Frank Patrick and Lester Patrick with three teams: the New Westminster Royals, the Victoria Aristocrats, and the Vancouver Millionaires.
Although they did not challenge for the Stanley Cup the first year, the defeat of the 1913 Stanley Cup champion Quebec Bulldogs in an exhibition series (it would have been an official series had the Bulldogs decided to put the Cup on the line) by the Aristocrats gave the league a good deal of status.
In 1924, the Vancouver Maroons folded, and the two remaining teams joined the Western Hockey League (formerly the WCHL), ending the life of the PCHA.
www.ipedia.com /pacific_coast_hockey_association.html   (424 words)

  
 beckett.com - Front Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Morrison, a Vancouver native, signed autographs for fans, worked the window and the counter, and basically talked hockey with everyone for two hours.
Morrison is paired up with Paul Kariya on the British Columbia card, as both players are from the Vancouver area.
Although Morrison would like to keep his on-ice job as a center for the Vancouver Canucks, he had a great time being at McDonald's and interacting with fans.
www.beckett.com /news/index2.asp?a=2837   (722 words)

  
 Hugh Lehman
18-19 Vancouver Millionaires PCHA 2 120 1 1 0 7 3.50 0 19-20 Vancouver Millionaires PCHA 2 120 1 1 0 7 3.50 0 20-21 Vancouver Millionaires PCHA 2 120 2 0 0 2 1.00 1
21-22 Vancouver Millionaires PCHA 2 120 2 0 0 0 0.00 2
22-23 Vancouver Millionaires PCHA 2 120 1 1 0 3 1.50 1
hockeygoalies.org /bio/lehman.html   (376 words)

  
 CFL INFO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Vancouver Athletic Club and Meralomas played in the 1920's and 1930's.
The Moose Jaw Maroons (continuation of the Tigers?) played.
The British Columbia Lions ("Leos") joined the Western Division (a possible reactivation of the Vancouver Grizzlies).
kitprice.net /football_server/standings/CFL/CFL_Info.htm   (690 words)

  
 Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
The Canadiens resumed their march to victory in 1924, when three teams were competing for the championship.
The Canadiens had to play the Calgary Tigers, and then the Vancouver Maroons, to win the Stanley Cup.
The Canadiens began the 1925—26 season with a home game on 28 November against the Pittsburgh Pirates, a new NHL team.
www.biographi.ca /EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=42112   (951 words)

  
 Oregon Stadium Campaign :: History
They were teams with great names such as the Pioneers, Portland Spartans, the Monograms, the Highland Baseball Club, Slabtown, the Portland Gladiators or the Vancouver Occidentials, and they played a variety of base-ball in fields, towns, and cities in and around Portland.
Joe Buchtel was elected president of the five-team group that included the Pioneers, the Spartans of Portland, the Highland Base Ball Club, the Clackamas Club from Oregon City, and the Vancouver Occidentals, which included soldiers from the Ft. Vancouver garrison, with local civilians rounding out the Occidentals squad.
The outfield was Max Mueller, and Bob Brown, who would go on to be an owner of Vancouver, B.C., and president of the W-1 league.
www.oregonbaseballcampaign.com /history_early.htm   (4614 words)

  
 CCMSports.com > Community > Articles > 2003-05-05 - E-rush - Amazing Playoffs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It was Game 2 of a best-of-four series (don't ask) between Senators and the Vancouver Maroons (don't ask).
Despite Clancy's stonewalling efforts, Vancouver won 4-1—although Ottawa won the other three games and the Cup.
Because goalies no longer serve their own penalties, Clancy's feat can never be matched.
en.ccmsports.com /community/articles/view_article.php?article_id=166&s=16   (907 words)

  
 Pro Hockey Stats.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
However, their path to the Stanley Cup was brief as the PCHA champs, Vancouver Millionaires, won a two game total goal series.
Out in the cold were the two Patrick brother teams - the Vancouver Maroons and Victoria Cougars.
The original WCHL certainly improved their quality of play with the Vancouver and Victoria additions.
www.prohockeystats.com /wchlinfo.asp   (852 words)

  
 Iggy's NHL Post Season Page
Montreal Maroons 1g (1-1, 1-0 (OT)) 1927-1928 2.
Montreal Canadiens (N) 4, Vancouver Canucks (Sm) 1 5.
Montreal Canadiens 7g Vancouver Millionaires (PCHL) 3g, Seattle Metropolitans (PCHL) 2g 1918-1919 Seattle Metropolitans (PCHL) 7g, Vancouver Millionaires (PCHL) 5g 2.
www.tealdragon.net /sports/nhl-post.htm   (417 words)

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