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The Maritime Major Hockey League was a major senior hockey league operating in the Canadian Maritime provinces under the authority of the Maritimes Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA). Previously it had operated as the Maritime Senior Hockey League (1947-50). It ran from the 1950-51 season through the 1953-54 season. Its teams were eligible for the Alexander Cup.

Maritime Major Hockey LeagueEdit

Member TeamsEdit

Charlottetown Islanders (1950-51 to 1953-54) join Atlantic Coast Senior League when MMHL disbands

Glace Bay Miners (1951-52 to 1953-54) sit out 2 seasons and then join Cape Breton Sr. Hockey League

Halifax Atlantics (1952-53 to 1953-54) fold with league

Halifax St Marys (1950-51 to 1951-52) renamed Atlantics

Moncton Hawks (1950-51 to 1951-52) joined New Brunswick Senior Hockey League

St John Beavers (1950-51 to 1951-52) joined New Brunswick Senior Hockey League

Sydney Millionaires (1951-52 to 1953-54) fold with league

Regular Season ChampionsEdit

Playoff ChampionsEdit

List of seasonsEdit

1950-51 MMHL Season

1951-52 MMHL Season

1952-53 MMHL Season

1953-54 MMHL Season



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