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Program from the opening 1961-62 season.


For other teams named Des Moines Oak Leafs, please see Des Moines Oak Leafs (disambiguation).

Des Moines Oak Leafs IHL

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The Des Moines Oak Leafs were a minor professional team founded in 1961 in Urbandale, Iowa. They played their home games at the Des Moines Ice Arena.

Initially members of the United States Hockey League (from 1961 to 1963, at a moment where the league was semi-professional), the Oak Leafs joined the International Hockey League in 1963. The team played in the league until 1972; on that year, they were renamed the Des Moines Capitols.

HistoryEdit

Cliff Pennington holds the distinction of being the team's only player to score 100 points in a season; he did so in 1969-70.

All-time resultsEdit

Season  Div.     GP  W  L  T OTL SOL Pts   Pct    GF  GA  PIM Result 
1961-62          26 10 16  0  0   0   20 0.38462 137 158    0   
1962-63          32  6 26  0  0   0   12 0.18750 120 210    0 
1963-64 IHL      70 31 35  4  0   0   66 0.47143 272 266 1234   
1964-65 IHL      70 39 26  5  0   0   83 0.59286 303 277  949   
1965-66 IHL      70 29 40  1  0   0   59 0.42143 263 319    0   
1966-67 IHL      72 36 32  4  0   0   76 0.52778 256 264    0   
1967-68          72 19 43 10  0   0   48 0.33333 244 292    0   
1968-69          72 21 41 10  0   0   52 0.36111 226 326    0   
1969-70 Southern 72 31 33  8  0   0   70 0.48611 261 254    0   
1970-71          72 38 23 11  0   0   87 0.60417 286 233    0   
1971-72 IHLS     72 35 34  3  0   0   73 0.50694 296 278    0 Lost in round 1 


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