By Brian McFarlane
This is the center and soul of hockey-the tale of greater than a century of the world's quickest recreation. In Brian McFarlands background of Hockey, McFarlane, one of many video games most valuable and reconized commentators for "Hockey evening in Canada", retells hockey's heritage in a quick relocating 12 months by means of 12 months account of the game's origins, rule alterations, nice video games, performs and trades in either ordinary season and play-off motion.
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Ottawa, who lost ace Frank Nighbor before the series had started because of a family bereavement, lost three straight. Lalonde scored five goals in the third game. With Nighbor back in harness, Ottawa won the fourth game on home ice 6-3, while the Ottawa fans pelted Bert Corbeau with lemons and vegetables because of an attack he had made on Jack Darragh. Montreal took the championship with a 4-2 win in the fifth game and journeyed west to meet the Seattle Metropolitans of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association for the Stanley Cup.
McGee and Westwick notched four goals each in the first game, and Harry Smith scored five in both. Ottawa then eliminated Smith's Fails, champions of the Federal League in two straight games, but lost no time in picking up the Falls' outstanding goalie, Percy LeSueur, before their series with the Wanderers. LeSueur did not play in the first game in which the Wanderers, paced by Lester Patrick, Pud Glass and Ernie Russell, upset the Silver Seven 9-1. He was in the nets, however, for the second game which was a 10-10 tie, until Lester Patrick beat him twice in the final minutes to give the Wanderers the trophy.
Pinpointing the exact origins of the game with any degree of accuracy is an impossibility. It is generally recognized as a Canadian game, although there is evidence that a form of hockey on ice was played in Europe before Canadians adopted the game and shaped it to their liking. Perhaps hockey owes its birth to the British Royal Family, for included among the game's pioneers were members of the royal household. British journalist Ian Gordon, delving into the history of the game in 1937, concluded the idea for hockey originated at Windsor Castle.