Their first game was January 5th, 1910 against the Cobalt Silver Kings at the Jubilee Rink, located on Sainte-Catherine Street East in Montreal, before a crowd of 3,000 spectators. Newsy Lalonde, who previously played for Cobalt in the TPHL, scored the first goal of the game at 17:00 of the first half for the Canadiens. Newsy scored 2 goals that first game, but had to leave the game with an ankle injury. Bernier scored 2 and Laviolette scored 1. Joe Cattaranich played goaltender. After taking a 3-0 lead over the Silver Kings, they later trailed 4-3 and 6-4 before tying the game. Referee Riley Hern called for an overtime. The Canadiens won the game 7-6 at 5'35" of overtime when Skinner Poulin scored his second goal of the game. This game did not actually count in the standings as the league was restructured a week later.
On February 24th, Cobalt beat the Canadiens 11-7 in Cobalt. On March 5th, Cobalt beat the Canadiens 6-4 in Montreal.
COACH - Jack Laviolette 2-10-0