This is the 1914-15 season of the Ontario Hockey Association's senior series:
|University of Toronto||6||0||6||0||17||70||0|
|January 9||Victorias 11||Univ. Toronto 2||Toronto|
|January 11||Riversides 8||Kingston 7||Kingston|
|January 19||Kingston 7||Univ. Toronto 2||Toronto|
|January 21||Victorias 7||Riversides 5||Toronto|
|January 23||Riversides 7||Univ. Toronto 3||Toronto|
|January 26||Victorias 12||Riversides 7||Toronto|
|January 27||Kingston 8||Univ. Toronto 3||Kingston|
|January 29||Victorias 9||Kingston 2||Toronto|
|February 3||Riversides 16||Kingston 3||Toronto|
|February 6||Victorias 21||Univ. Toronto 4||Toronto|
|February 9||Riversides 16||Univ. Toronto 9||Toronto|
|February 10||Kingston 15||Riversides 6||Kingston|
|St. Michaels College||6||5||1||0||21||12||10|
|Toronto Rowing Club||5||3||2||0||10||15||6|
Midland dropped out after it lost its first game 7-5 to the Argonauts on January 8. The balance of its five games were defaulted. The team then entered the intermediate series.
|January 8||St Michaels 8||Rowing Club 4||Toronto|
|January 8||Argonauts 7||Midland 5||Midland|
|January 15||St Michaels 9||Argonauts 2||Toronto|
|January 22||Rowing Club 4||Argonauts 1||Toronto|
|February 2||Argonauts 4||St Michaels 3||Toronto|
|February 5||St Michaels 6||Rowing Club 2||Toronto|
2 games total goals
|February 16||Victorias 2||St Michaels 1||Toronto|
|February 22||Victorias 2||St Michaels 2||Toronto|
Toronto vs. Melville controversyEdit
The Toronto Victorias were going to Western Canada to play some exhibition games against Winnipeg teams.
The OHA disputed the right of the 1914-15 Allan Cup holders. Melville Millionaires, because of supposedly ineligible players. When the Toronto Victorias advanced to the 1914-15 Allan Cup and played Melville, the OHA expelled the team.
From the OHA annual report:
The Victoria Hockey Club of Toronto, Senior champions, played at Melville, Sask., on March 6th, 1915, contrary to O. H. A. instruction, and automatically suspended themselves from the Association. Subsequently the club permanently disbanded, and the President, Mr. F. N. Gooch. reported to the O. H. A. that, so far, he has been unable to secure a proper financial statement, but that proceedings were being taken to secure the same, and any balance recovered will be turned over to the Patriotic Fund. The trouble at Melville occurred over a misunderstanding between the O. H. A. and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, as to the application of the three month residence rule. The C. A. H. A. ruled that it did not go into effect until this coming winter, while the O. H. A. held that it applied to last year's teams. The question of jurisdiction was also raised by the C. A. H. A. officials, and befogged the direct issue which was solely regarding the eligibility of certain Melville players under the residence rule. The Victorias showed a singular lack of loyalty to their own Association, especially the officials in charge of the club, and in consequence of their action have put themselves out of the Association.