Victoria Cougars

VICTORIA COUGARS was originally a professional team playing in the PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY ASSOC under owner, manager and coach Lester PATRICK. Starting as the Aristocrats, the VICTORIA franchise on 3 Jan 1912 hosted the first professional game played west of Ontario and Michigan. The team returned to the league for the 1918–19 season after a 2-year absence and became the Cougars in 1922. In 1925 it won BC's second Stanley Cup after defeating Saskatoon, Calgary and the Montreal Canadiens in the...

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