Jubilee Arena (Jubilee Rink)Location: Montreal, Quebec
Dates: January 5, 1918-February 15, 1919
Total goals: 159 by 25 players
Montreal Canadiens (105), Ottawa Senators (31), Toronto Arenas (23)
Jubilee Arena was one of the home of the Montreal Canadiens and Montreal Wanderers of the NHA. Both teams played their NHL games in Montreal Arena before it burned down in 1918. The Wanderers disbanded and the Canadiens moved back to Jubilee Arena, before it too burned down in 1919. The Canadiens then moved to Mount Royal Arena.
|Player||Goals||Notes||Joe Malone||29||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Newsy Lalonde||22||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Didier Pitre||18||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Odie Cleghorn||12||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Jack McDonald||11||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Cy Denneny||8||All with Ottawa Senators.||Harry Cameron||7||5 with Toronto Arenas, 2 with Ottawa Senators||Joe Hall||6||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Eddie Gerard||5||All with Ottawa Senators.||Frank Nighbor||5||All with Ottawa Senators.||Reg Noble||5||All with Toronto Arenas.||Louis Berlinquette||4||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Bert Corbeau||3||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Corb Denneny||3||All with Toronto Arenas.||Harry Hyland||3||All with Ottawa Senators.||Harry Meeking||3||All with Toronto Arenas.||Ken Randall||3||All with Toronto Arenas.||Jack Darragh||2||All with Ottawa Senators.||Eddie Lowrey||2||All with Ottawa Senators.||Dave Ritchie||2||All with Ottawa Senators.||Alf Skinner||2||All with Toronto Arenas.||Georges Boucher||1||With Ottawa Senators.||Sprague Cleghorn||1||With Ottawa Senators.||Rusty Crawford||1||With Toronto Arenas.||Harry Mummery||1||With Toronto Arenas.|