These are the 1924-25 Alberta Senior Playoffs. They decided the provincial champion and the entry into the Allan Cup playoffs.


Edmonton City League[edit | edit source]

Standings[edit | edit source]

Standings GP W L T GF GA Pts
Edmonton Victorias 7 4 3 0 20 17 8
University of Alberta 7 4 3 0 17 19 8
Edmonton Dreadnoughts 8 3 5 0 15 18 6

The Dreadnoughts defaulted their last two games (one to each opponent) because of personnel problems.


Games[edit | edit source]

Date Winner Loser Location
December 26 Victorias 5 Dreadnoughts 3 Edmonton
January 8 U. Alberta 4 Victorias 2 Edmonton
January 10 U. Alberta 3 Dreadnoughts 0 Edmonton
January 13 Dreadnoughts 3 Victorias 2 Edmonton
January 16 Dreadnoughts 2 U. Alberta 1 Edmonton
January 22 Victorias 4 U. Alberta 0 Edmonton
January 29 Victorias 3 Dreadnoughts 0 Edmonton
February 3 Dreadnoughts 7 U. Alberta 4 Edmonton
February 10 U. Alberta 7 Victorias 4 Edmonton


Final[edit | edit source]

2 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
February 23 Victorias 8 Univ Alberta 7 Edmonton
February 25 Victorias 6 Univ Alberta 3 Edmonton

Edmonton Victorias beat University of Alberta 14 goals to 10.


Crows Nest Pass League[edit | edit source]

First Half GP W L T GF GA Pts
Coleman Tigers 6 5 1 0 32 16 10
Bellevue Bulldogs 6 5 1 0 32 16 10
Blairmore Bruins 6 1 5 0 23 36 2
Lethbridge Brewers 6 1 5 0 15 34 2


Second Half GP W L T GF GA Pts
Bellevue Bulldogs 5 4 1 0 28 15 8
Coleman Tigers 5 3 2 0 18 13 6
Blairmore Bruins 5 3 2 0 23 26 6
Lethbridge Brewers 5 0 5 0 11 26 0

The second half was cut short by the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association (AAHA) because of a national deadline. The AAHA ordered a Coleman-Bellevue semi-final with the winner going against Blairmore in the final.


Semi Final[edit | edit source]

2 games total goals

  • February 11 Coleman 2 Bellevue 2 @ Bellevue

After this game, it was decided by the AAHA that the Bellevue goaltender Wilf Talbot, was ineligible because he had played for the Cleveland team in the United States Amateur Hockey Association (USAHA). Despite the name, the USAHA was considered a professional league since it paid Canadian players. Bellevue withdrew since it could not get a replacement for Talbot.


Final[edit | edit source]

2 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
February 24 Blairmore 2 Coleman 1 Coleman
February 26 Coleman 4 Blairmore 1 Blairmore

Coleman Tigers beat Blairmore Bruins 5 goals to 3.


Provincial Final[edit | edit source]

Sudden death

Date Winner Loser Location
March 3 Coleman Tigers 7 Edmonton Victorias 4 Edmonton

Coleman Tigers advanced to the 1924-25 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.


Team Photos[edit | edit source]


See also[edit | edit source]

List of Alberta Senior Playoffs


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