This is Ottawa Senators from sometime in the 1920s. The player in the top row, far right is King Clancy, who was a Senator for the entire Roaring Twenties before hooking up with the Leafs.
When I was about 13, Monsignor Lee, who had connections with the Leafs after being a big shot at St. Michael’s College in Toronto, took Ron Clarke and I to Peterborough to take in some of the Leafs training camp, and we had dinner with the Leaf brass and players. King Clancy and Jim Gregory sat right across from us, and I remember the both of them being truly nice to us. And funny.
And in looking at the players in this picture, I realize that the old Senators were not nearly as homely as they are now. Like Chris Neil, who looks like an Acme safe fell on him when he was sunbathing at Britannia Beach.