1888 – 1920
1920 – 1925
|Home Arena||Quebec Skating Rink|
|City||Quebec City, Quebec|
|Colours||Blue and White|
|Stanley Cups||1912, 1913|
The Quebec Bulldogs were a men's senior-level ice hockey team officially known as the Quebec Hockey Club, later as the Quebec Athletic Club. Baseball World Series - New York NL defeats St Louis AA 6 games to 4 The Hamilton Tigers were a professional Ice hockey team and a member of the National Hockey League (NHL based in Hamilton Ontario that played from 1920 Quebec City ( French: Ville de Québec, or simply Québec) (kwɨˈbɛk or /keˈbɛk/ is the Capital of the Canadian province Quebec (kwɨˈbɛk The 1911–12 NHA season was the third season of the now defunct National Hockey Association. The 1912–13 NHA season was the fourth season of the now defunct National Hockey Association. The Quebec Athletics were a Minor League Baseball team that operated from 1940-1941 Ice hockey, often referred to simply as hockey, is a team Sport played on Ice. Their recorded play goes back as far as the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada (AHAC) in 1889, although a Quebec Hockey Club is known to have played in tournaments prior to that date. The Amateur Hockey Association of Canada (AHAC was an amateur men's Ice hockey league founded in 1886 in existence until 1898 The club continued as an amateur team through various leagues, eventually becoming professional in 1908, and eventually playing in the National Hockey League. The Bulldog name was given by the media and was so popular with the fans a Bulldog mascot was created but was never officially changed until the team moved to Hamilton, Ontario in 1920 and became the Tigers. Hamilton (ˈhæməltən ( 2006 population 504559 UA population 647634 CMA population The 1920–21 NHL season was the fourth season of the National Hockey League (NHL The Hamilton Tigers were a professional Ice hockey team and a member of the National Hockey League (NHL based in Hamilton Ontario that played from 1920
The Bulldogs arrived on the hockey scene in 1888 as part of the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada (AHAC), where they played until 1898. The Amateur Hockey Association of Canada (AHAC was an amateur men's Ice hockey league founded in 1886 in existence until 1898 After the AHAC, Quebec played in the Canadian Amateur Hockey League from 1899 to 1905, and the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association from 1906 to 1909. The Canadian Amateur Hockey League (CAHL was an early men's amateur hockey league founded in 1898 replacing the organization that was formerly the Amateur Hockey The Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association (ECAHA was a men's amateur later professional Ice hockey league in Canada that played four seasons Quebec won one championship, of the CAHL in 1905.
In late 1909, Quebec became a founding member of the Canadian Hockey Association (CHA) in 1909. The Canadian Hockey Association was an early men's professional Ice hockey league The CHA, however, would only last one month before being absorbed into the much more powerful National Hockey Association (NHA). The National Hockey Association (NHA(officially the National Hockey Association of Canada Limited) was a professional Ice hockey organization with teams in Ontario Unsure if they wanted to join the NHA, the Bulldogs sat out the inaugural 1910 season. The 1910 NHA season was the first season of the National Hockey Association men's Ice hockey league The following season, 1910–11, the Bulldogs took over the defunct Cobalt Silver Kings franchise, but had a rough initiation, finishing dead last with 4 wins and 12 losses in a 16 game season. The 1910–11 NHA season was the second season of the now defunct National Hockey Association. The Cobalt Silver Kings are a defunct Ice hockey club which played in Cobalt Ontario, Canada from 1906 to 1911 notably during the 1910 NHA season On a positive note, and a sign of things to come, Jack McDonald scored 14 goals and Tommy Dunderdale scored 13. Jack (John Patrick McDonald ( February 28 1887 &ndash January 24 1958) was a Professional Ice hockey player who played Tommy Dunderdale ( May 6, 1887 - December 15, 1960) was a Canadian professional Ice hockey forward.
For 1911–12, the Bulldogs went from worst to first, with Joe Malone having a spectacular season, to win the Stanley Cup as champions of the NHA, winning the O'Brien Trophy. The 1911–12 NHA season was the third season of the now defunct National Hockey Association. Maurice Joseph "Phantom Joe" Malone (born in Quebec City Quebec, February 28, 1890 &ndash May 15, 1969 Montreal Quebec The Stanley Cup (La Coupe Stanley is an Ice hockey club championship Trophy, awarded annually to the National Hockey League (NHL playoffs champion The O'Brien Trophy, or "O'Brien Cup" as labelled on the trophy itself is a retired trophy that was awarded in the National Hockey Association (NHA and the National The Dogs' record improved to 10 wins and 8 losses while Malone scored 21 goals and Jack McDonald scored 18. In a Stanley Cup challenge, they crushed the Moncton Victorias in 2 games, 9–3 and 8–0, in the best of three playoff. The Stanley Cup (La Coupe Stanley is an Ice hockey club championship Trophy, awarded annually to the National Hockey League (NHL playoffs champion A playoff or final in Sports is a game or series of games played after the regular season is over with the goal of determining a league champion or a similar accolade
In their third season (1912–13), Quebec would again finish first overall with a record of 16 wins and 4 losses to retain the Cup. The 1912–13 NHA season was the fourth season of the now defunct National Hockey Association. Joe Malone won the scoring race with an unprecedented 43 goals. His teammate, Tommy Smith, was a close second with 39. Thomas J Smith ( September 27, 1885 in Ottawa Ontario, Canada - August 1, 1966) was a Canadian Professional In a Stanley Cup challenge after the season the team easily beat the Sydney Millionaires in two games by a combined score of 20 to 5.
The Victoria Aristocrats of the PCHA next challenged the Bulldogs. The Victoria Cougars were a Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA (and after its merger with the Western Canada Hockey League, the Western Hockey League The Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA was a professional men's Ice hockey league in western Canada and the western United States, which operated from The powerhouse Bulldogs expected to bowl over the Aristocrats, but were shocked after splitting the first two games and then losing 6–1 in the decisive third game. Fortunately for Quebec, and unfortunately for Victoria, the Stanley Cup Board of trustees did not recognise the challenge by the Aristocrats as being official and the Bulldogs were able to keep the Cup.
The following seasons would see the Bulldogs drop from the top of the league. They would finish third overall in each of the next three seasons and in the last NHA season (1916–17) went second overall. After their two Stanley Cup wins, though, they would never again challenge for the Cup.
With the end of the National Hockey Association and the start of the National Hockey League, the Quebec HC were invited to become a founding member of the NHL. The National Hockey Association (NHA(officially the National Hockey Association of Canada Limited) was a professional Ice hockey organization with teams in Ontario The National Hockey League ( NHL) is a professional Ice hockey league composed of 30 teams in North America Unfortunately, Quebec was unable to garner the required funds or merge with a top amateur team, and suspended operations for two seasons. While the team was suspended, their star player, Joe Malone, played for the Montreal Canadiens. Maurice Joseph "Phantom Joe" Malone (born in Quebec City Quebec, February 28, 1890 &ndash May 15, 1969 Montreal Quebec The Montreal Canadiens (Les Canadiens de Montréal are a professional Ice hockey team based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
For the 1919–20 season, Mike Quinn revived the Quebec HC and changed the club name to the Quebec Athletic Club  upon entry to the NHL. The 1919–20 NHL season was the third season of the National Hockey League. Newspapers at the time now referred to the team as the Quebec Athletics.  rather then Bulldogs. Joe Malone rejoined the franchise. Malone would win the scoring championship that year with 39 goals. Despite Malone's scoring and the presence of players like Harry Mummery, Quebec had a dismal season, finishing last, with four wins and twenty losses. Harry Mummery ( August 25 1889 - December 7 1945) - was a Professional Hockey defenceman who played professionally
Before the 1920–21 season, the NHL took back the franchise, and sold it to Hamilton owners who moved the team to Hamilton where it became the Tigers. This helped to head off a potential competing league from setting up in Hamilton. 
The team played as the Hamilton Tigers in the NHL from 1920 to 1925. The 1920–21 NHL season was the fourth season of the National Hockey League (NHL The 1924–25 NHL season was the eighth season of the National Hockey League. Due in large part to a players' strike in the 1925 NHL playoffs, the franchise was revoked a second time, in the summer of 1925 and the players bought out by the expansion New York Americans franchise. For the 1941 American football team see New York Americans (AFL. The Americans would play in the NHL from 1925 to 1942. The 1925–26 NHL season was the ninth season of the National Hockey League. The 1941–42 NHL season was the 25th season of the National Hockey League.
The last active Bulldogs player was Dave Ritchie, who retired in 1926. Dave Ritchie ( January 12 1892 in Montreal Quebec Canada - ?/?/19?? - was a Professional Ice hockey player
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|1893||8||2||5||1||4||23||46||4th, AHAC||Did not qualify|
|1894||8||5||3||0||10||26||27||4th, AHAC||Did not qualify|
|1895||8||0||8||0||0||18||27||5th, AHAC||Did not qualify|
|1896||8||4||4||0||8||23||23||3rd, AHAC||Did not qualify|
|1897||8||2||6||0||4||22||46||4th, AHAC||Did not qualify|
|1898||8||2||6||0||4||29||35||4th, AHAC||Did not qualify|
|1899||8||0||8||0||0||12||31||5th, CAHL||Did not qualify|
|1900||8||2||6||0||4||33||52||5th, CAHL||Did not qualify|
|1901||8||1||7||0||2||21||43||5th, CAHL||Did not qualify|
|1902||8||4||4||0||8||26||34||4th, CAHL||Did not qualify|
|1903||7||3||4||0||6||30||46||4th, CAHL||Did not qualify|
|1904||8||7||1||0||14||50||37||1st, CAHL||Did not challenge for Stanley Cup|
|1905||10||8||2||0||16||78||45||2nd, CAHL||Did not qualify|
|1906||10||3||7||0||6||57||70||4th, ECAHA||Did not qualify|
|1907||10||2||8||0||4||62||88||5th, ECAHA||Did not qualify|
|1907–08||10||5||5||0||10||81||74||3rd, ECAHA||Did not qualify|
|1909||12||3||9||0||6||78||106||3rd, ECAHA||Did not qualify|
|1910–11||16||4||12||0||8||65||97||5th, NHA||Did not qualify|
|1911–12||18||10||8||0||20||81||79||1st, NHA||Won O'Brien Trophy|
Won Stanley Cup
|1912–13||20||16||4||0||32||112||75||1st, NHA||Won O'Brien Trophy|
Won Stanley Cup
|1913–14||20||12||8||0||24||111||73||3rd, NHA||Did not qualify|
|1914–15||20||11||9||0||22||85||85||3rd, NHA||Did not qualify|
|1915–16||24||10||12||2||22||91||98||3rd, NHA||Did not qualify|
|1916–17 1||10||2||8||0||4||43||80||6th, NHA||Did not qualify|
|1916–17 2||10||8||2||0||16||54||46||2nd, NHA||Did not qualify|
|1919–20 1||12||2||10||0||4||44||81||4th, NHL||Did not qualify|
|1919–20 2||12||2||10||0||4||47||96||4th, NHL||Did not qualify|
Note: 1 = first half of season, 2 = second half of season