The Hamilton Aerovox was a Junior "B" team in Hamilton, Ontario. They played in various leagues under the Ontario Hockey Association (OHA). The Aerovox won the Sutherland Cup, emblematic of the OHA's Junior B championship, in 1947-48.
During the late 1940s, the Aerovox Hockey Club was Hamilton’s only Junior B team, and during this era were a solid club which vied for the OHA’s top prize.
Sponsored by one of Hamilton’s most noted industrial concerns, Aerovox, which produced electrical components, the team was comprised of up-and-coming former players from the city’s bantam, juvenile, and midget leagues.
The team, which had compiled a 10-1-1 record in 1947, was a finalist for the 1946-47 Sutherland Cup Championship, losing three games to two to the De La Salle Academy. The Aerovox team won the Cup in 1948 over the St. Michael's Buzzers.
|1946-47||14||12||1||1||25||97||37||1st Group 6||Won Group Final|
|1947-48||12||8||3||1||17||46||28||1st Group 7||Won Group Final|
|1948-49||16||11||4||1||23||83||59||2nd Central||Lost Semi Final|
|1949-50||15||11||3||1||23||96||42||1st West||Lost Semi Final|
They would play as well in 1951-52