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Senior & ProEdit
The Eskimos started out in the Edmonton City Hockey League in 1911-12. They played there for four seasons, winning the league three times. They won the provincial title in 1913 & 1915, each time losing the subsequent Allan Cup playoff.
After taking a hiatus during World War I, the Eskimos came back in the Alberta Big Four League in 1919-20. Thsi league used reinstated pros so was not recognized as a senior amateur league. The Eskimos won the league title in 1920 and beat the Moose Jaw Maple Leafs in an unofficial final in the 1919-20 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs. The team lost the league final in 1920-21.
They then became part of the newly-formed major league Western Canada Hockey League in 1921-22. They played in the league for five seasons, winning the league title in 1922-23 and losing the 1923 Stanley Cup Finals.
After that league folded in 1926 the Eskimos played one season in the Prairie Hockey League in 1926-27.
They came back as a team in the Western Canada Hockey League (minor pro), winning that league title in the league's only season, 1932-33. The Eskimos then moved to the North West Hockey League for three seasons before folding.
The team was briefly ressurected in 1938-39 when it joined the Alberta Senior Hockey League. This was the last appearance of the name in hockey.
Edmonton City Hockey LeagueEdit
|1911-12||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||1st||Lost Alberta Semi Final|
|1912-13||6||5||1||0||10||-||-||Tied 1st||Won Final & Alberta, Lost Allan Cup|
|1913-14||6||4||2||0||8||28||21||2nd||out of playoffs|
|1914-15||3||3||0||0||6||26||12||1st||Won Alberta Final. Lost West Final|
|1919-20||12||8||4||0||16||62||31||Tied 1st||Won Final, Won unofficial West Final|
|1922-23||30||19||10||1||39||117||90||1st||Won Final, Lost Stanley Cup Final|
|1923-24||30||11||15||4||26||69||81||4th||out of playoffs|
|1924-25||28||14||13||1||29||97||109||4th||out of playoffs|
|1926-27||32||12||18||2||26||83||127||5th||out of playoffs|
|1933-34||34||18||12||4||40||98||91||2nd||Lost Semi Final|
|1934-35||26||7||15||4||18||77||101||4th||out of playoffs|
|1935-36||40||14||28||7||35||97||105||4th||out of playoffs|
Alberta Senior Hockey LeagueEdit
|1938-39||32||11||17||4||26||90||118||6th||out of playoffs|
- Ty Arbour
- Bobby Benson
- Helge Bostrom
- Bobby Boucher
- Archie Briden
- Earl Campbell
- Gene Carrigan
- Bill Carse
- Red Conn
- Babe Donnelly
- Art Duncan
- Tommy Dunderdale
- Henry Dyck
- Hec Fowler
- Art Gagne
- Leroy Goldsworthy
- Smokey Harris
- Val Hoffinger
- Bill Holmes
- Lou Holmes
- Duke Keats
- Ernest Kenny
- Wilf Loughlin
- Ron Martin
- Johnny Matz
- Bernie Morris
- John Morrison
- Herb Rheaume
- Earl Robertson
- Ganton Scott
- Frank Sheppard
- Johnny Sheppard
- Eddie Shore
- Joe Simpson
- Emory Sparrow
- Barney Stanley
- Herb Stuart
- Joe Thorsteinson
- Art Townsend
- Bob Trapp
- Hal Winkler