This is the 1933-34 Maritimes Senior Playoffs. They decided the regional champion and the entry into the Allan Cup playoffs.

Notes[edit | edit source]

The Senior A Maritimes Senior League champion received a bye to the regional final. That was the only league so classified.

Each of the two districts (Nova Scotia & New Brunswick-Prince Edward Island) held separate playoffs.

In Nova Scotia the Senior B league champions played off for the provincial championship. The intermediate teams also played off for the provincial championship. These two champions played off for the Nova Scotia championship (see below).

In New Brunswick there was only one league - the Central Section. Its champion played off against the intermediate champions.

The New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island intermediate teams played off separately. Each champion then played off against the Central Section champion (see below).

The two sectional champions played off against each other in the Regional Semi Final (see below) with the winner going against the Senior A champion for the Regional Championship (see below) and the spot in the 1933-34 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.

There was no interprovincal intermediate playoff for the regional championship in that level.

Senior A[edit | edit source]

The Maritime Senior Hockey League was the only league classed as Senior A. Its champion Moncton Hawks were given a bye to the regional final.

Southern section (Nova Scotia)[edit | edit source]

Champions[edit | edit source]

Senior B-Intermediate final[edit | edit source]

2 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
March 5 Truro 7 Pugwash 2 Truro
March 7 Truro 3 Pugwash 2

Truro Bearcats beat Pugwash Maple Leafs 10 goals to 4.


Northern section (New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island)[edit | edit source]

Senior B[edit | edit source]

The only league at this level was the Central Section which was won by Mount Allison University.

New Brunswick Intermediate[edit | edit source]

Prince Edward Island Intermediate[edit | edit source]

Senior B - Intermediate[edit | edit source]

Semi Final[edit | edit source]

Sudden death

Final[edit | edit source]

Sudden death



Regional playoffs[edit | edit source]

Semi Final[edit | edit source]

2 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
March 9 Truro 4 Mount Allison 1 Truro
March 12 Mount Alison 6 Truro 1 Sackville

Mount Allison University beat Truro Bearcats 7 goals to 5.

Final[edit | edit source]

2 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
March 14 Moncton 10 Mount Allison 1 Moncton
March 16 Moncton 2 Mount Allison 2 Sackville

Moncton Hawks beat Mount Allison University 12 goals to 3.

Moncton Hawks advanced to the 1933-34 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.

Team Photos[edit | edit source]



Game Ads[edit | edit source]

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