It was another stellar season for the Senators, winning the regular-season title with 14 wins and going undefeated on home ice. His usual self, Clint Benedict won his fifth straight goals-against-average title with a 2.25 mark. Frank Nighbor gave another example of his skills and endurance, playing six consecutive games at centre without a substitute and, what's more, averaging a goal a game. In the post-season series, King Clancy played every position for the Senators, including goal. Ottawa own its first play-off match-up outscoring the Habs 3-2 in two games. After defeating the Vancouver Maroons three games to one, the Senators faced Edmonton for the cup winning 2-1 and 1-0.
Frank Boucher devoted more than a half century to hockey and , above all else, was a gentleman. Considered one of the great playmakers of all time, Boucher won the Lady Byng Trophy seven times in eight seasons and was finally given permanent possession of the original trophy. Tommy Gorman offered him $1,200.00 a year to play for Ottawa and he leapt at the chance.