History[edit | edit source]
The Port Colborne Sailors had been a Senior A team for the past three seasons. They were turned down by the TANDY league. primarily because of travel expenses.
Senior A[edit | edit source]
Standings[edit | edit source]
|Toronto British Consols||9||2||4||3||22||28||7|
|Oshawa General Motors||9||2||6||1||13||25||5|
Semi Final[edit | edit source]
Best of 3
|February 22||British Consols 2||Dominions 1||Toronto|
|February 27||Dominions 1||British Consols 0||Toronto|
|March 5||Dominions 3||British Consols 1||Toronto|
Final[edit | edit source]
Best of 5
|March 8||Dominions 6||Goodyears 0||Toronto|
|March 10||Goodyears 3||Dominions 1||Toronto|
|March 13||Dominions 1||Goodyears 0||Toronto|
|March 15||Goodyears 6||Dominions 1||Toronto|
|March 22||Dominions 3||Goodyears 0||Toronto|
Toronto Dominions advanced to the 1936-37 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.
Scorers[edit | edit source]
Senior B[edit | edit source]
The Port Colborne Sailors, turned down by the TANDY league, were classified as the only Senior B team in the province. They played exhibition games during the season.
They the played the 1936-37 OHA Intermediate A Playoffs champion.
Senior B - Intermediate A Playoff[edit | edit source]
2 games total goals
|March 8||Port Colborne 4||Trenton 3||Belleville|
|March 11||Port Colborne 5||Trenton 0||Port Colborne|
Port Colborne Sailors advanced to the 1936-37 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.
Team Photos[edit | edit source]
Game Ads[edit | edit source]