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1947-48 JAHA Season

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This is the 1947-48 season of the Junior Amateur Hockey Association:

HistoryEdit

For the first time since 1944-45, the JAHA admitted teams from outside the Montreal area. Teams from Trois Rivieres, Granby, Quebec City, and Valleyfield were admitted. They all had to guarantee visting teams $75.00 per game from the gate receipts.

Sherbrooke was also admitted but the city did not enter a team. It was felt that there would have been too much competition from the Sherbrooke St Francois team in the Provincial Senior League.


StandingsEdit

Northern Division GP W L T GF GA Pts
Montreal Nationale 32 25 3 4 179 86 54
Verdun Cyclones 32 14 13 5 108 104 33
Trois Rivieres Reds 32 14 16 2 148 145 30
Valleyfield Braves 31 9 19 3 126 196 21
Lachine Rapides 31 1 28 2 68 207 4


Southern Division GP W L T GF GA Pts
Montreal Junior Royals 31 19 6 6 160 92 44
Quebec Citadelles 31 19 11 1 143 93 39
Montreal Junior Canadiens 32 15 12 5 105 86 35
Verdun Maple Leafs 32 10 18 4 95 123 24
Granby 7 1 5 1 22 40 3

Note: The Granby team, known as the Granby Hockey Club, dropped out on November 23, 1947. It had already lost $1200.00. The Verdun team in the Provincial Senior League was transferring to Granby which would have been too much competition for the juniors.


PlayoffsEdit

Quarter Finals (Best of 5)Edit

Date Winner Loser Location
February 25 Montreal Nationale 5 Valleyfield 3 Valleyfield
February 28 Montreal Nationale 11 Valleyfield 0 Montreal
March 2 Montreal Nationale 9 Valleyfield 3 Montreal

Montreal Nationale beat Valleyfield Braves 3 wins to none.

Date Winner Loser Location
February 24 Montreal Canadiens 4 Quebec 2 Montreal
February 26 Montreal Canadiens 4 Quebec 2 Montreal
February 28 Quebec 5 Montreal Canadiens 0 Quebec City
March 2 Quebec 2 Montreal Canadiens 0 Montreal
March 4 Quebec 3 Montreal Canadiens 1 Quebec City

Quebec Citadelles beat Montreal Junior Canadiens 3 wins to 2.

Date Winner Loser Location
February 25 Verdun Cyclones 5 Trois Rivieres 2 Verdun
February 26 Trois Rivieres 5 Verdun Cyclones 0 Trois Rivieres
February 28 Trois Rivieres 5 Verdun Cyclones 4 Trois Rivieres
March 3 Verdun Cyclones 4 Trois Rivieres 3 Verdun
March 6 Trois Rivieres 6 Verdun Cyclones 3 Verdun

Trois Rivieres Reds beat Verdun Cyclones 3 wins to 2.

Date Winner Loser Location
February 24 Montreal Royals 9 Verdun Maple Leafs 4 Montreal
February 25 Montreal Royals 3 Verdun Maple Leafs 1 Verdun
February 28 Montreal Royals 1 Verdun Maple Leafs 1 Montreal
March 3 Montreal Royals 3 Verdun Maple Leafs 0 Verdun

Montreal Junior Royals beat Verdun Maple Leafs 3 wins to none, 1 tie.


Semi Finals (Best of 5)Edit

Date Winner Loser Location
March 7 Trois Rivieres 3 Montreal Nationale 1 Montreal
March 9 Montreal Nationale 7 Trois Rivieres 5 Trois Rivieres
March 11 Montreal Nationale 9 Trois Rivieres 2 Trois Rivieres
March 14 Montreal Nationale 8 Trois Rivieres 0 Montreal

Montreal Nationale beat Trois Rivieres Reds 3 wins to 1.

Date Winner Loser Location
March 7 Montreal Royals 4 Quebec 1 Montreal
March 9 Quebec 5 Montreal Royals 4 Quebec
March 13 Montreal Royals 5 Quebec 3 Quebec
March 14 Montreal Royals 6 Quebec 1 Montreal

Montreal Junior Royals beat Quebec Citadelles 3 wins to 1.


Final (Best of 5)Edit

Date Winner Loser Location
March 16 Montreal Nationale 11 Montreal Royals 1 Montreal
March 18 Montreal Royals 2 Montreal Nationale 1 Montreal
March 21 Montreal Nationale 5 Montreal Royals 2 Montreal
March 23 Montreal Royals 3 Montreal Nationale 1 Montreal
March 24 Montreal Nationale 5 Montreal Royals 1 Montreal

Montreal Nationale beat Montreal Junior Royals 3 wins to 2.

Montreal Nationale advanced to the 1947-48 Quebec Junior Playoffs.


All-Star TeamsEdit

First TeamEdit

Second TeamEdit


AwardsEdit

  • Most Valuable Player: Lulu Denis, Royals
  • Best Pro Prospect: Bernie Quesnel, Valleyfield


Team PhotosEdit


Game AdsEdit


See AlsoEdit

List of JAHA Seasons

Junior Amateur Hockey Association

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