Game 059 – Canadiens 4, St. Pats 1

Game 059
Canadiens 4, St. Pats 1
Saturday, March 1, 1924
Arena Gardens, Toronto, Ontario

The Canadiens qualified to meet Ottawa in the National Hockey League playoff by defeating the St. Patricks here Saturday night by 4 to 1.
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Game 058 – Canadiens 6, St. Pats 1

Game 058
Canadiens 6, St. Pats 1
Wednesday, February 27, 1924
Aréna Mont-Royal, Montréal, Québec

The Canadiens overwhelmed the St. Patricks of Toronto here tonight by 6 to 1, and went into second place in the NHL race. Brilliant play by the local forwards was too much for the visiting players, who were hopelessly outclassed. The St. Pats’ best stand was in the second period.
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Game 057 – Canadiens 5, St. Pats 3

Game 057
Canadiens 5, St. Pats 3
Saturday, February 9, 1924
Aréna Mont-Royal, Montréal, Québec

The Canadiens have climbed from the bottom position, and with seven scheduled games remaining, are bunched on even terms with Toronto and Hamilton for second place. The climb from the cellar position was made Saturday night at the expense of the Toronto team, who were beaten 5 to 3, while Hamilton was conceding defeat to Ottawa at the capital.
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Game 055 – St. Pats 2, Canadiens 0

Game 055
St. Pats 2, Canadiens 0
Saturday, January 19, 1924
Aréna Mont-Royal, Montréal, Québec

Seldom has a more weird, and yet dogged, struggle been witnessed on a local National Hockey League fixture than was seen in the game here at the Mount Royal Arena on Saturday night, when the St. Patricks blanked the Canadiens 2 to 0. The victory gave the Toronto team a firm hold on second place, and ended temporarily the Canadiens’ chances of drawing even.
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Game 054 – St. Pats 5, Canadiens 3

Game 054
St. Pats 5, Canadiens 3
Saturday, January 12, 1924
Arena Gardens, Toronto, Ontario

The St. Patricks broke their losing streak, which had reached four games, at the Arena on Saturday evening, when they defeated the Canadiens of Montréal by 5 to 3. By this victory, the Toronto team went into second place in the “pro” league, and Hamilton and the Canadiens are in the cellar positions.
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