1916 Stanley Cup Finals

1916 ice hockey championship series

The 1916 Stanley Cup Final was played between the National Hockey Association (NHA) winners Montreal Canadiens and the Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA) winners Portland Rosebuds. This was the first time that a best-of-five Cup series had all five games played. The Rosebuds were the first team from the United States to play for the Cup. The Canadiens defeated the Rosebuds three games to two and won the Cup for the first time.

1916 Stanley Cup Finals
12345 Total
Montreal Canadiens (NHA) 02652 3
Portland Rosebuds (PCHA) 21361 2
Location(s)Montreal (Montreal Arena) (all games)
CoachesMontreal: Newsy Lalonde
Portland: Edward Savage (mgr.)
RefereesHarvey Pulford, J. Brennan
DatesMarch 20-March 30, 1916
Series-winning goalGoldie Prodger (17:20, third, G5)