All the games were held in eastern Canada because of the expense of travelling across country and the travel time involved. Cross-country filghts were not that common yet.
Best of 9
|Saturday||April 23||@ Shawinigan||Edmonton Flyers||4||Shawinigan Falls Cataractes||3|
|Sunday||April 24||@ Montreal||Shawinigan Falls Cataractes||6||Edmonton Flyers||2|
|Tuesday||April 26||@ Montreal||Shawinigan Falls Cataractes||4||Edmonton Flyers||2|
|Thursday||April 28||@ Shawinigan||Edmonton Flyers||6||Shawinigan Falls Cataractes||3|
|Sunday||May 1||@ Montreal||Shawinigan Falls Cataractes||2||Edmonton Flyers||1|
|Tuesday||May 3||@ Montreal||Shawinigan Falls Cataractes||4||Edmonton Flyers||3|
|Thursday||May 5||@ Shawinigan||Shawinigan Falls Cataractes||3||Edmonton Flyers||1|
April 23 Goal by Horvath at 19.39 2nd period overtime.
Second Game BrawlEdit
A full scale, bench-clearing brawl broke out with less than four minutes left in the second game. It was started by a high-sticking duel between Connie Broden of Shawinigan and Ed Stankiewicz of Edmonton.
When the fight ended the referee gave out misconduct penalties to everyone on both teams except for the minimum ten players (five per team) needed to finish the game.
The series was a financial success with a total attendance of over 53,000 and a gross gate of over $65,000. The Cataractes received $10,000 for winning and the Flyers got $7500.