Smith's Falls Hockey Team
Federal Amateur Hockey League Champions 1906
Percy LeSueur, Jack Fraser, Bob May, Harry Brown, Hugh Ross, Art Serviss, Harold Armstrong
The Smiths Falls team was occasionally called the Fusiliers
They were the undefeated champions of the Federal Amateur Hockey League (F.A.H.L.), compiling a 7-0 record against teams from Montreal, Ottawa, Cornwall and Brockville.
More significantly, the team also issued a challenge for the
Stanley Cup in March, 1906 against the fabled Ottawa Silver Seven.
The first game was on March 6 at Dey's Arena in Ottawa, Ontario with just under 3,000 fans in attendance. Ottawa would win the game 6 to 5.
Game 2 was on March 8th with over 5,000 in attendance, and a large contingent of people, estimated at 600, made the trip from Smiths Falls, to watch the game. Ottawa would win the game 8 to 2.