The Ottawa Primrose was a junior team.
They played in the Ottawa City Junior League in the 1930's. They won the league twice - in 1930-31 and 1937-38.
In the first of those years the Primrose made it all the way to the 1930-31 Memorial Cup Final which they lost.
The team was resurrected in 1962 for the new Ottawa-Hull & District League which was the predeccesor to the Central Junior A Hockey League. The Primrose won the league title in 1963-64 but lost the Ottawa Regional final.
|1930-31||12||6||1||5||17||22||10||2nd Group A||Won Final, Won Ottawa, Won East, Lost Memorial Cup|
|1931-32||15||6||3||6||18||30||18||3rd Group B||Lost Final|
|1932-33||13||8||2||3||19||33||15||2nd Group B||Lost Final|
|1936-37||15||5||8||2||12||62||67||4th||Lost Semi Final|
|1937-38||15||11||2||2||24||112||33||1st||Won Final, Lost Ottawa Semi Final|
|1962-63||32||13||15||4||30||129||137||5th||Lost Semi Final|
|1963-64||32||15||15||2||32||-||-||5th||Won Final, Lost Ottawa Final|
|1964-65||35||17||12||6||40||171||146||5th||Lost Quarter Final|