By 1924-25, the NHL had grown to six teams. FRANK NIGHBOR'S Ottawa Senators finished the season in fourth place. The Pembroke, Ontario centre scored only 5 goals and 5 assists, but displayed strong skills with gentlemanly play. He collected just 18 minutes in penalties. At season's end, NIGHBOR was crowned the inaugural winner of the LADY BYNG TROPHY. Pittsburgh's Harry Darragh was named the runner-up.