The Trail Hockey Club was a senior team.
They played in the West Kootenay League from 1923-24 to 1926-27.
Trail won the league in 1926-27, won the province, and lost out the final in the 1926-27 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs. This was an important series to win, because the 1926-27 Allan Cup Final was the first to be held in British Columbia.
The team's name was changed after 1926-27 to the Trail Smoke Eaters.
|1923-24||6||2||4||0||4||16||23||3rd||out of playoffs|
|1924-25||8||4||4||0||8||-||-||Tied 1st||Lost Semi Final|
|1925-26||8||3||5||0||6||17||24||3rd||out of playoffs|
|1926-27||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||1st||Won British Columbia, Lost West Final|