1919-20 Seattle Metropolitans Statistics

Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA)
Team Record: 12-10 - 24 points
Finishing 1st in the PCHA
Postseason: 1-1
Lost Stanley Cup finals
Finals - Defeated Vancouver Millionaires on Total Goals: 7-3 (Games: 1-1)
Stanley Cup Finals - Defeated Ottawa Senators 3-2
Coach: Pete Muldoon (12-10)
Location: Seattle, Washington
1919-20 Seattle Metropolitans Roster
1919-20 Seattle Metropolitans Results

The Seattle Metropolitans of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association ended the 1919-20 season with a record of 12 wins and 10 losses for 24 points, finishing first in the PCHA. The team compiled a postseason mark of 1-1.

The Metropolitans yielded 55 goals, fewest in the league. Seattle potted 59 goals. Frank Foyston scored 26 goals for the team, while Hap Holmes topped the squad with 12 wins and a team-best 2.47 goals against average, best among goaltenders with enough qualifying appearances.

Pete Muldoon coached the team. The 1919-20 Seattle Metropolitans lost in the Stanley Cup finals.

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Scoring:

Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG PPA SHG SHA GWG GTG SOG SG%
Frank FoystonC2226329300000000
Charlie TobinR1910414300000000
Jim RileyL22112135500000000
Jack WalkerC214812300000000
Bobby RoweD222461900000000
Muzz MurrayD21415300000000
Roy RickeyD22213000000000
Hap HolmesG22000000000000
Sibby NicholsL14000300000000
Totals1855923828900000000


Goaltenders:

Player GP Min W L T/OL ENG SHO GA GAA Shts SVS SV%
Hap Holmes2213351210004552.470
Totals2213351210004552.470

Postseason - Scoring:

Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG PPA SHG SHA GWG GTG SOG SG%
Frank FoystonC231400000000
Charlie TobinR200000000000
Jim RileyL212300000000
Jack WalkerC211200000000
Bobby RoweD201100000000
Roy RickeyD211200000000
Hap HolmesG200000000000
Sibby NicholsL200000000000
Totals16661200000000

Postseason - Goaltenders:

Player GP Min W L T ENG SHO GA GAA Shts SVS SV%
Hap Holmes21201100131.500
Totals21201100131.500


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