It was sponsored by the Falconbridge Mining Company.
The Falcons competed in the southern district of the Northern Ontario Hockey Association's (NOHA) senior series. They won the NOHA titles in 1933-34, 1935-36 Northern Ontario Senior Playoffs, and 1937-38 Northern Ontario Senior Playoffs.
In each year they went on to the Eastern Canada Allan Cup playoffs as the Sudbury Falcons.
In 1935-36 they lost to the Hamilton Tigers in the quarter final. The Tigers, however, refused to advance since they would have been forced to play a home game at Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens. The Falcons took their place and won the eastern title. They lost the 1935-36 Allan Cup Final to the Kimberley Dynamiters.
The junior team won the Northern Ontario junior B titles in 1939-40 and 1940-41.