The Calgary RCAF Mustangs (Air Force) dropped out before the season started, because they did not have enough players to ice a complete team. HMCS Tecumseh (Navy) tried to form a combined team with the Air Force after it lost its first four games. The other teams agreed and the combined team was formed, winning its next four games.
Play was also banned between teams from different services. The Army and Navy allowed an exception for this league. The Air Force adopted a different policy. Starting on January 15, they allowed their players to play only once every two weeks. The combined team was forced to play all other games with Navy players only.
The records of the teams:
Combined Aur Force-Navy team 6-1-0-12 24-14 HMCS Tecumseh (Navy) only 2-7-0- 4 36-59
Total record 8-8-0-16 60-73
All playoff games were with Navy players only.
|Calgary Currie Army||16||9||7||0||68||61||18|
|Calgary HMCS Tecumseh||16||8||8||0||60||73||16|
|Red Deer Army Wheelers||16||7||9||0||58||52||14|
Best of 3
|February 29||Tecumseh 5||Red Deer 1||Calgary|
|March 2||Red Deer 5||Tecumseh 1||Red Deer|
|March 4||Red Deer 4||Tecumseh 2||Calgary|
Best of 3
|March 8||Currie 2||Red Deer 1||Red Deer|
|March 11||Currie 9||Red Deer 6||Calgary|
Note: In December and January military policy was changed to disallow military teams from competing with civilian teams. This left the Services League out of the Allan Cup playoffs.
To fill the void and represent the province the Edmonton Vics were formed.
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