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"Legalites" was the name of the sports teams of Osgoode Hall, a law school located in Toronto, Ontario. It became part of York University in 1965 and is no longer a separate member of any athletic conference. Its students can (and do) play for the York Lions.

HistoryEdit

Osgoode Hall was one of the founding members of the Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) in 1890. They entered teams in all three levels of the OHA (Senior, Intermediate, and Junior) as well as in the Ontario-Quebec Intermediate Intercollegiate series and Ontario Intercollegiate Athletic Association (OIAA). The OIAA operated within the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union (CIAU), which became known as Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) and then U Sports. The school now plays intramural hockey within York University.

Of note, Osgoode Hall beat Queen's University in the final for the Cosby Cup and OHA title in 1894 and 1898. They also defeated the University of Toronto 17-16 in a two game total points series en route to the 1898 final. In 1924 they defeated the Royal Military College in the final of the Ontario-Quebec Intermediate Intercollegiate series.

Season-by-Season RecordsEdit

OHA Seasons: 1890-91 to 1918-19Edit

OHA/IIS Seasons: 1920-21 to 1928-29Edit

Note: Regional results are not available for all IIS seasons.

Note: In 1956-57 Osgoode Hall was playing in the Central Ontario Hockey League. However there are no Wikia links for those seasons.

Sources:


OIAA 1964-65 to 1970-71Edit

Click on the links in the “Year/Comp.” column to go to the page for that season.

Year/Comp. GP W L T GF GA Pts Placing
1959 OIAA  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?
1960 OIAA  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?
1961 OIAA  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?
1962 OIAA  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?
1963 OIAA  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?
1964 OIAA  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?
1965 OIAA 7 0 7 0  ?  ? 0 A 4th
1966 OIAA 10 4 6 0 43 59 8 4th
1967 OIAA 12 3 9 0  ?  ? 6 6th
1968 OIAA 12 5 7 0  ?  ? 10 6th
1969 OIAA 10 3 7 0 48 70 6 5th

Notes:

  • 1964-65 was divided into Section A and Section B.
  • 1965-66 started a one division format.


Junior SeasonsEdit


CommemorationsEdit

1890sEdit

Note: Osgoode also played Ottawa in the early era:

University CupEdit

  • none

ChampionshipsEdit

  • Cosby Cup: 1894, 1898
  • Intermediate Intercollegiate: 1924


PicturesEdit

Osgoode-hall-1892-original

Osgoode Hall 1892

1956-57-Osgood-Hall

1956-57 Osgoode Hall

Osgoode Hall

Osgoode Hall

Alternate LogosEdit

Osgoode twitter 400x400
Osgoode-york


LinksEdit

External LinksEdit

West DivisionEdit

East DivisionEdit

Also seeEdit

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