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This is the 1950-51 season and playoffs of the Eastern Canada Senior Hockey League.


StandingsEdit

Regular Season GP W L T GF GA  %
Cornwall Calumets 51 31 17 3 269 213 .646
North Bay Black Hawks 40 21 17 2 184 146 ,553
Ottawa RCAF Flyers 39 18 18 3 179 174 .500
Pembroke Lumber Kings 32 13 13 6 130 147 .500
Ottawa Army 42 18 20 4 157 182 .474
Hull Volants 40 10 26 4 143 200 .278

Notes on Playoff StructureEdit

The North Bay Black Hawks went to the 1950-51 Northern Ontario Senior Playoffs.

The other five teams were divided into two groups for the playoffs to save on travel expenses. The two out-of-town teams (Cornwall & Pembroke) played one semi final. The two lower Ottawa-Hull teams (Hull & Army) played a quarter final with the winner going agianst the other Ottawa team (RCAF).


PlayoffsEdit

Quarter FinalEdit

Best of 3

Date Winner Loser Location
February 26 Hull 3 Army 2 Ottawa
March 2 Army 11 Hull 2 Ottawa
March 6 Hull 7 Army 6 Ottawa

Hull Volants beat Ottawa Army 2 games to 1.


Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
February 28 Cornwall 4 Pembroke 2 Cornwall
March 1 Pembroke 5 Cornwall 4 Pembroke
March 2 Pembroke 4 Cornwall 4 Cornwall
March 4 Pembroke 3 Cornwall 2 Pembroke
March 5 Cornwall 6 Pembroke 3 Cornwall
March 8 Pembroke 3 Cornwall 0 Pembroke
March 9 Cornwall 2 Pembroke 0 Cornwall
March 12 Cornwall 3 Pembroke 2 Pembroke

Cornwall Calumets beat Pembroke Lumber Kings 4 games to 3, 1 tie.


Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
RCAF 8 Hull 4 Ottawa
March 13 RCAF 7 Hull 6 Ottawa
March 19 RCAF 8 Hull 4 Ottawa

Ottawa RCAF Flyers beat Hull Volants 3 games to none.


FinalEdit

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
March 20 RCAF 6 Cornwall 4
March 21 RCAF 6 Cornwall 3
March 23 Cornwall 5 RCAF 2
RCAF 5 Cornwall 4

Ottawa RCAF Flyers beat Cornwall Calumets 3 games to 1.

Ottawa RCAF Flyers advanced to the 1950-51 Ottawa District Senior Playoffs.


Most Valuable PlayerEdit

Lady Alexander Trophy: Connie Brown, Army


All-Star TeamsEdit

First TeamEdit

  • Goalie: Phil Charron, Army & Gord Buckley, Cornwall (tied)
  • Defence: Thain Simon, Pembroke
  • Defence: Jake Brunning, Army
  • Center: Connie Brown, Army
  • Left Wing: Jim Denneny, Cornwall
  • Right Wing: Tony Licari, RCAF
  • Coach: Connie Brown, Army


Second TeamEdit

  • Goalie: Gaston Desforges, Hull
  • Defence: Carmen Marshall, Hull
  • Defence: Don Batten, Cornwall
  • Center: Ken Robertson, Pembroke
  • Left Wing: Fred Gardner, Cornwall
  • Right Wing: Jim maxwell, Pembroke
  • Coach: Cully Simon, Pembroke


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See alsoEdit

Eastern Canada Senior Hockey League

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