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Hull, Quebec

A view of Hull.

Hull was a city of about 66,000 people in Quebec, Canada. It was located on the west bank of the Gatineau River and just across the Ottawa River from Ottawa.

It is now a part of the city of Gatineau.

TeamsEdit

  1. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1915-1916)
  2. (Hull & District League, 1926-1927)
  3. (Hull & District League,
  1. (Ottawa City Senior League,1917-1918)
  2. (Hull & District League, 1933-1938)
  3. (Interprovincial Senior Hockey League, 1960-1961)
  1. (Ottawa-Hull & District Junior Hockey League, 1961-1964) join CJAHL
  2. (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1964-1967,
  3. Central Junior A Hockey League, 1969-1970) renamed Festivals
  1. Independent team in the 1957-58 Ottawa District Senior Playoffs
  2. (Interprovincial Senior Hockey League, 1958-1960)
  1. (Hull & District League, 1928-1929)
  2. (Hull & District League, 1934-1936)
  3. (Lower Ottawa Valley League, 1941-1942)
  1. (Ottawa City Junior Hockey League, 1937-1939; 1940-1942; 1944-1945)
  2. (Hull & District League, 1934-1936)
  3. (Hull & District League, 1938-1939)
  4. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1936-1945) join Quebec Senior Hockey League
  5. (Quebec Senior Hockey League, 1944-1946) withdrew November 12, 1946
  6. (Senior Hockey Association, 1947-1948)
  7. Eastern Canada Senior Hockey League, 1948-1952)
  8. (Interprovincial Junior League, 1957-1960)
  9. (Hull & District League, 1961-1962)
  10. (Ottawa St Lawrence Senior League, 1963-1965)
  1. (Quebec Hockey League, 1956-1957)
  2. (Eastern Professional Hockey League, 1959-1963)

LeaguesEdit

  1. (Intermediate, 1922-1929, 1945-1947)
  2. (Senior, 1961-1962)
  3. (Junior, 1961-1964) forms Central Junior A Hockey League


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