The 1906 ECAHA season was the inaugural season of the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association (ECAHA). Six teams played a 10-game schedule. The Ottawa HC and Montreal Wanderers tied for the league championship with a record of 9–1, while the Montreal Shamrocks didn't win a single game. The Senators and the Wanderers then played a 2-game playoff for the league championship and the Stanley Cup, and the Wanderers won 9–1,3–9 (12–10) on goals.

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  • The 1906 ECAHA season was the inaugural season of the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association (ECAHA). Six teams played a 10-game schedule. The Ottawa HC and Montreal Wanderers tied for the league championship with a record of 9–1, while the Montreal Shamrocks didn't win a single game. The Senators and the Wanderers then played a 2-game playoff for the league championship and the Stanley Cup, and the Wanderers won 9–1,3–9 (12–10) on goals. (en)
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  • *Lester Patrick served as Captain while Cecil Blachford was sick due to a blood clot. Blachford helped manager Dickie Boon behind the bench during the March Stanley Cup challenge. * †-Josh Arnold, and Henri "Doc" Menard were replaced by Hod Stuart, and William "Riley" Hern for Dec 27, 29, 1906 challenge series with the New Glasgow Cubs. Cecil Blachford moved from Cover point to Right wight to replace Josh Arnold. (en)
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  • *Tommy Smith *Frank McGee (en)
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  • *Cecil Blachford *Billy Strachan *Rod Kennedy *Hod Stuart † (en)
  • *Harvey Pulford, *Arthur Moore, *Rod Kennedy (en)
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  • --01-03
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  • Wanderers engraved their name on top outside of the bowl. They included both challenges series, plus date and scores that goes all way around the Stanley Cup. (en)
  • Between 1903 and 1906 Ottawa engraved each of 10 Stanley Cup series they won, and teams they played outside the bowl. The first 8 series were listed separately, but both of the 1906 series are listed together in same space. (en)
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  • *Frank "Pud" Glass *Lester Patrick *Josh Arnold† * Ernie Moose Johnson *Ernie Russell (en)
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  • *Billy Hague (en)
  • *Henri "Doc" Menard† *William "Riley" Hern† (en)
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  • *G.P. Murphy & Robert "Bob" Shillington *Patrick Basketville , Thomas D'Arcy McGee *Halder Kirby , David Barred *Llewellyn Bates, John Practor "J.P." Dickson, Martin Rosenthal, Charles Sparks *Pete Green , Mac MacGilton (en)
  • *James Strachan , Clarence McKerrow , *Dickie Boon , George Guile , George Hodges *Robert "Bob" Stephenson , Tom Hodges , *Robert "Bob" Ahern , William Jennings , Paul Lefebvre . (en)
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  • ECAHA (en)
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  • *Hamilton Billy Gilmour *Harry Smith *Harry Westwick *Jack Ebbs *Coo Dion *Alf Smith (en)
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  • January 1906 (en)
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  • The 1906 ECAHA season was the inaugural season of the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association (ECAHA). Six teams played a 10-game schedule. The Ottawa HC and Montreal Wanderers tied for the league championship with a record of 9–1, while the Montreal Shamrocks didn't win a single game. The Senators and the Wanderers then played a 2-game playoff for the league championship and the Stanley Cup, and the Wanderers won 9–1,3–9 (12–10) on goals. (en)
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  • 1906 ECAHA season (en)
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