Ottawa introduced Art Moore as a regular on defense with Harvey Pulford, the three Gilmour brothers, Suddy, Billy and Dave, as forwards and the immortal Frank McGee, who would record his first five-goal game during the season. This team was the first edition of what afterwards became known as the Silver Seven.
Ottawa ended the regular schedule tied with the Victorias and the two teams met for the championship of the Canadian Amateur Hockey League (C.A.H.L.) in a two-game total goals series. The first game was a 1-1 tie, but the Senators came back in the second with a decisive 8-0 win on a sheet of ice covered with water. The Senators then faced a challenge for the Cup by the Rat Portage Thistles and won both games to capture their first Stanley Cup.
|* Scored five goals in one game against Victorias|