Game 9 (February 11, 1913) - Moncton Victoria 4 - Sydney Millionaires 3 - For the fans who bought tickets to see the rivalry and the brutality of these two teams, they were not disappointed. McGregor of the Victorias was struck with a high stick on the face, received a severe cut to the head and was knocked unconscious.
This very rough game was also characterized by the presence of Harry Scott playing for Moncton. Harry was still under contract to the Halifax Crescents and under the MPHA rules was not permitted to play for another team after the February 1st deadline. Manager MacDonald of Sydney filed a protest before the game which was ignored by the Moncton management. To make matters worse, Scott reportedly took a run at Sydney's goalie Toby MacDonald. According to an account of the game, on a rush up the ice Scott passed the puck off to his team mate Andy Kyle and purposely drove Toby into the net allowing Kyle the opportunity to score. Later in the game, Scott also skated over to Toby and wrestled his stick away, forcing Toby to overturn the net to stop play. After this loss, the Sydney team quickly packed up and headed to New Glasgow for their next game the following night.