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1969-70 IHL season

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This was the 1969-70 International Hockey League season.

Regular seasonEdit

Northern Division GP W L T GF GA Pts
Muskegon Mohawks 72 46 18 8 356 271 100
Port Huron Flags 72 37 28 7 272 27081
Fort Wayne Komets 72 26 38 8 241 266 60
Flint Generals 7221 39 12 218 270 54
Southern Division GP W L T GF GA Pts
Dayton Gems 72 38 30 4 296 271 80
Toledo Blades 72 32 33 7 241 265 71
Des Moines Oak Leafs 72 31 33 8 261 254 70
Columbus Checkers 72 24 36 12 289 307 60

Turner Cup-Playoffs Edit

  Turner Cup-Pre-Playoffs Turner Cup-Semifinals Turner Cup-Final
  S1  Dayton Gems 4  
  N1  Muskegon Mohawks 2  
    S1  Dayton Gems 4
  N2  Port Huron Flags 3
  N2  Port Huron Flags 3  
N3  Fort Wayne Komets 0  
N2  Port Huron Flags 3
  S3  Des Moines Oak Leafs 2  
S2  Toledo Blades 0
  S3  Des Moines Oak Leafs 3  

All-Star GameEdit

The league's eighth All-Star game was played on February 11th in Toledo.

It was the first game to use the format of division all-starsplaying each other. Previously the defending champion team had played Against all-stars from the other teams.

This was the first game since 1967. Low attendance had aused the cancellation of the series. Unfortunately this game also was not a financial success, only attracting 1846 fans.

THe South Division won the game 6-3, led by Cliff Pennington's two goals.

Team PhotosEdit

Game AdsEdit

External Links Edit

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