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This was the 1950-51 season, the sixth and last season of the United States Hockey League:

StandingsEdit

Omaha Knights         43-17-4-90  306-211
St. Paul Saints       33-26-5-71  213-186
Denver Falcons        31-31-2-64  233-232
Tulsa Oilers          30-31-3-63  248-237
Kansas City Royals    22-36-6-50  231-287
Milwaukee Sea Gulls   20-38-6-46  202-280


PlayoffsEdit

Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 5

  • Omaha 4 Denver 2
  • Omaha 4 Denver 3
  • Denver 3 Omaha 1
  • Denver 7 Omaha 2
  • Omaha 5 Denver 3

Omaha Knights beat Denver Falcons 3 wins to 2.

  • St. Paul 2 Tulsa 1
  • Tulsa 4 St. Paul 2
  • Tulsa 1 St. Paul 0
  • Tulsa 3 St. Paul 2

Tulsa Oilers beat St. Paul Saints 3 wins to 1.

FinalEdit

Best of 5

  • Omaha 3 Tulsa 2
  • Omaha 5 Tulsa 3
  • Tulsa 4 Omaha 2
  • Tulsa 5 Omaha 4
  • Omaha 6 Tulsa 2

Omaha Knights beat Tulsa Oilers 3 wins to 2 and won the league playoff championship.


All-Star TeamsEdit

First TeamEdit

  • Goaltender: Gump Worsley, St. Paul
  • Defence: Lloyd Ailsby, St. Paul
  • Defence: Jake Forbes, Omaha
  • Center: Lloyd Halldorson, Tulsa
  • Left Wing: Jim Mackintosh, St. Paul
  • Right Wing: Ike Hildebrand, Kansas City

Second Team'Edit

  • Goaltender: Bill Brennan, Omaha
  • Defence: Bob Crystal, Denver & Jim Hay, Omaha (tied)
  • Defence: Joe Levandoski, Kansas City
  • Center: Cal Stearns, Kansas City
  • Left Wing: Obie O'Brien, Tulsa
  • Right Wing: Ed Bruneteau, Omaha


AwardsEdit

  • Leading Rookie: Gump Worsley, St. Paul


Team PhotosEdit


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