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John Bouse Hutton

YearW-LGAA RankGA RankMarginsGF RankMargins
19004-32/61/5+7 ahead of McKenna (Shamrocks)5/5-21 behind Shamrocks
19017-0-11/51/5+5 ahead of McKenna (Shamrocks)2/5-12 behind Vics
19026-2T1/5T1/5tied with Nicholson (MAAA), +10 ahead of Lockerby (Vics)3/5-4 behind MAAA
19036-23/62/5-7 behind Nicholson (MAAA)2/5-1 behind Vics
1904*4-01/51/5+18 ahead of Nichol (Vics)2/5-11 behind Vics
For 1904 under GA and GF and margins I used per game figures. Ottawa resigned during the 1904 season after refusing to replay a disputed game. They retained the Stanley Cup after CAHL champion Quebec refused to challenge Ottawa.

The GAA rank considers goalies who played at least a third of their team's games so that's why you have a higher number in that column than GA rank in certain years.

YearSeries W-LW-LGF-GA
Two game total goals series played between Ottawa and the Montreal Vics after tying for first in the CAHL

(Asterisk denotes a Hall of Famer, numbers in parenthesis represent goals scored during series)
GoalieBouse Hutton*Archie Lockerby
PointHarvey Pulford*W. Strachan
Coverpoint Art MooreFairbank
RoverRat Westwick* / McGee*Russell Bowie*
CenterFrank McGee* (3) / D. GilmourH. Strachan (1)
Left WingBilly Gilmour* (1)Allan
Right WingDave Gilmour (3) / Suddy Gilmour (2)Blair Russel*

Stanley Cup
YearSeries W-LW-LGF-GA

Won best of three series against Rat Portage (Manitoba HA) 2-0 (10 GF-4 GA) in March 1903
PositionOttawaRat Portage
GBouse Hutton*Fred Dulmage
PHarvey Pulford*Mat Brown
CPArt MooreTom Hooper*
RDave Gilmour (2)Si Griffis*
CFrank McGee* (4)Billy McGimsie* (3)
LWBilly Gilmour* (4)Bill Martin
RWSuddy GilmourRoxy Beaudro (1)

Won best of three series against Winnipeg Rowing Club (Manitoba HA) 2-1 (13 GF-7 GA) in January 1904
GHutton*Art Brown
PPulford*P. Brown
CPMooreS.C. Richards / Hamber
RRat Westwick* (5)Joe Hall* (1)
CMcGee (4)Billy Breen (2)
LWS. Gilmour (2)Nick Bawlf (3)
RWAlf Smith (2) / B. GilmourC. E. Bennest / Claude Borland (1)

Won best of three series against Toronto Marlboros (OHA) 2-0 (17-5) in February 1904
GHutton*Eddie Giroux
PPulford* (1)P. Charlton
CPMoore (1)Wright
RWestwick* (1)Tommy Phillips* (2)
CMcGee* (8)H. Birmingham (2)
LWA. Smith* (3)F. McLaren
RWS. Gilmour (3)E. Winchester / Lal Earls (1)

Won two game series against Brandon Wheat Cities (Manitoba North West HA) 2-0 (15-6) in March 1904
GHutton*Dutchy Morrison
PPulford*Lester Patrick*
CPJ. McGeeLorne Hanna (2) / George Smith
RWestwick* (1)George Smith (1) / J. Brodie
CF. McGee* (8)J. Brodie (2) / L. Laidlaw
LWA. Smith* (5)L. Laidlaw (1) / Harry Bright
RWS. Gilmour (1)Harry Bright / Lorne Hanna

The Wanderers also challenged for the Stanley Cup in March 1904 as the winners of the FAHL. Game 1 was played in Montreal and ended a 5-5 tie after the Wanderers refused to play overtime with the current referee. After refusing to replay Game 1 in Ottawa the Wanderers were disqualified and Ottawa retained the Stanley Cup.

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