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This is the 1964-65 Ottawa-St. Lawrence Conference season.
1963-64 OSLC Season : 1965-66 OSLC Season 1964-65 WIAA Season : 1964-65 OIAA Season 1964-65 QOAA Season : 1964-65 AIAA Season 1965 University Cup
|University of Ottawa||14||12||1||1||93||40||25|
|Sir George Williams University||14||11||3||0||79||49||22|
|Royal Military College||14||9||4||1||66||44||19|
|University of Sherbrooke||14||3||11||0||46||76||6|
Royal Military College was ruled out of the playoffs because its annual game with West Point was on the same weekend. The college's request to play the semi final during the week was refused.
All sudden death. Played @ MacDonald College
- Friday, March 5 Loyola College 7 University of Ottawa 6
- Friday, March 5 Sir George Williams University 6 Carleton University 5
|Alex Matthew||Sir George||18||17||35|
|Trevor Kerr||Sir George||19||13||32|
|Bob Berry||Sir George||10||22||32|
- Goaltender: Brian Chapman, Sir George
- Defence: George Lackenbauer, Loyola
- Defence: Laurent Lord, RMC
- Center: Pete Gagne, Ottawa
- Left Wing: Claude Alain, Ottawa
- Right Wing: Alex Matthew, Sir George
- Goaltender: Joe Florence, RMC
- Defence: Dick Proctor, Carleton
- Defence: Brian Hayward, Carleton
- Center: Trevor Kerr, Sir George
- Left Wing: Al Gertsman, Carleton
- Right Wing: Bernie Morrissette, Ottawa