|Toronto St. Pats
The Western Canada Hockey League began with the 1921-22 season, and the playoff structure was altered as a result. The winners of the two Western leagues would meet to decide a winner, with the victor heading east to face the NHL champion in a best of five series. The Vancouver Millionaires defeated the Regina Capitals to earn the right to face the Toronto St. Pats. The series took all five games, but the city of Toronto would win its second Stanley Cup. Toronto goaltender John Ross Roach recorded the first Stanley Cup shutout by a rookie, and posted an excellent 1.80 goals-against average. Babe Dye of the St. Pats notched nine of the club's 16 goals.
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