This is a list of the teams that were eligible in the 1937-38 season for the Allan Cup, emblematic of the senior amateur hockey championship of Canada.

The list is not complete. There are at least five leagues in Quebec of which the list of teams is not currently available.

There are 185 teams on the list, which means that counting the missing leagues there were in excess of 200 teams eligible for the Allan Cup that season.

Intermediate teams in Western Canada had stopped competing for the Cup about five years before, instead playing off for a separate cup - the Edmonton Journal Trophy. Intermediate teams still played for the Allan Cup in Ontario and Quebec, which accounts for the large number of teams in these two provinces.

There were ten districts in Canada, five in the west and five in the east.


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Champions[edit | edit source]

District Champions[edit | edit source]

Western Canada[edit | edit source]

Eastern Canada[edit | edit source]

There were no playoffs amongst all the teams in Ontario so the champions are listed separately.

Regional Champions[edit | edit source]

  • Western Canada: Trail Smoke Eaters (won Allan Cup)
  • Eastern Canada: Cornwall Flyers



Eligible teams[edit | edit source]

British Columbia (6)[edit | edit source]

West Kootenay League[edit | edit source]


Alberta (7)[edit | edit source]

Alberta Senior Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Independent Team[edit | edit source]


Saskatchewan (8)[edit | edit source]

Southern Section[edit | edit source]

Northern Section[edit | edit source]


Manitoba (3)[edit | edit source]

Independent teams[edit | edit source]


Thunder Bay (8)[edit | edit source]

Little Long Lac League[edit | edit source]

Thunder Bay Senior Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Northern Ontario (8)[edit | edit source]

Nickel Belt League[edit | edit source]

Gold Belt League[edit | edit source]


Ontario (35)[edit | edit source]

Senior "A"[edit | edit source]

Senior "B"[edit | edit source]

Intermediate "A"[edit | edit source]


Ottawa (20)[edit | edit source]

Senior "A"[edit | edit source]

Ottawa City Senior League[edit | edit source]

Senior "B"[edit | edit source]

Hull & District League[edit | edit source]

Pontiac League[edit | edit source]

St Lawrence League[edit | edit source]

Upper Ottawa Valley League[edit | edit source]

Quebec (56+)[edit | edit source]

Senior[edit | edit source]

Quebec Senior Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Provincial Senior League[edit | edit source]

Note: The Boston Olympics also played this season but, as an American team, were not eligible for the Allan Cup.

Intermediate[edit | edit source]

Brome-Mississquoi League[edit | edit source]

Drummondville Town League[edit | edit source]

Eastern Provincial League[edit | edit source]

Montreal Intermediate League[edit | edit source]

Mount Royal League[edit | edit source]

Quebec City Intermediate League[edit | edit source]

St. Francois Valley League[edit | edit source]

St Jerome Town League[edit | edit source]

  • Hollywood
  • Knights of Columbus
  • Red Devils
  • Shamrocks

Others[edit | edit source]

There were the Inter-City League, Wolfe County League, Vaudreuil-Dorion League, Thetford Mines Town League, and an unknown league that was won by the Montreal Italians,


Maritimes (34)[edit | edit source]

Cape Breton Senior Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Central Section[edit | edit source]

Central Valley Senior Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Eastern Nova Scotia Senior Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Nova Scotia Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Southern New Brunswick Senior Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Valley Senior Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Independent Teams[edit | edit source]


Team Photos[edit | edit source]

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