This is the 1948-49 season of the Eastern Canada Senior Hockey League:
It was the league's first season.
|Ottawa RCAF Flyers||16||5||9||2||46||65||18|
|Ottawa New Edinburgh||16||4||10||2||52||83||16|
The Verdun Rams folded in December because of poor play and attendance. Their record was erased.
Notes on Playoff StructureEdit
The way the playoffs were set up was to minimize travel expenses. Cornwall, being the out-of-town team, received a bye in the quarter finals in which the four Hull-Ottawa teams played. Cornwall played the lower ranking quarter final survivor in the semi final.
Best of 3
|January 25||Army 5||RCAF 4||Ottawa|
|January 28||Army 3||RCAF 1||Ottawa|
|January 25||Hull 7||New Edinburgh 3||Ottawa|
|January 28||Hull 9||New Edinburgh 5||Ottawa|
Hull, as the higher-ranked team, received a bye to the final. Army went on to play Cornwall in the semi final.
Best of 7
|February 2||Cornwall 7||Army 5||Ottawa|
|February 4||Cornwall 6||Army 0||Cornwall|
|February 7||Army 4||Cornwall 3||Ottawa|
|February 9||Army 4||Cornwall 3||Cornwall|
|February 11||Cornwall 3||Army 1||Ottawa|
|February 14||Army 6||Cornwall 6||Cornwall|
|February 16||Army 4||Cornwall 3||Ottawa|
|February 16||Cornwall 7||Army 4||Cornwall|
Best of 7
|February 22||Hull 6||Cornwall 2||Ottawa|
|February 25||Cornwall 2||Hull 1||Cornwall|
|February 28||Cornwall 6||Hull 5||Ottawa|
|March 4||Hull 5||Cornwall 4||Cornwall|
|March 7||Cornwall 5||Hull 4||Ottawa|
|March 8||Cornwall 5||Hull 3||Cornwall|
Cornwall Calumets advanced to the 1948-49 Ottawa District Senior Playoffs.