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This is the 1953-54 season of the '''[[Lower St Lawrence League]]:'''
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This is the '''1952-53 season of the [[Lower St Lawrence League]]:'''
   
 
It was an intermediate-level league in [[Quebec]].
 
It was an intermediate-level league in [[Quebec]].
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==Playoffs==
 
==Playoffs==
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*'''Rimouski Maple Leafs''' beat Matane Red Rocks 5 wins to 3.
 
*'''Rimouski Maple Leafs''' beat Matane Red Rocks 5 wins to 3.
 
*'''Mont Joli Aigles''' beat Riviere du Loup 5 wins to 2, 1 tie.
 
*'''Mont Joli Aigles''' beat Riviere du Loup 5 wins to 2, 1 tie.
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===Final===
 
===Final===

Revision as of 23:54, July 1, 2016

This is the 1952-53 season of the Lower St Lawrence League:

It was an intermediate-level league in Quebec.

Standings

Regular Season GP W L T GF GA Pts
Rimouski Maple Leafs 60 36 21 3 267 210 75
Mont Joli Aigles 60 30 27 3 294 272 63
Matane Red Rocks 60 24 33 3 223 241 51
Riviere du Loup 60 23 32 5 234 245 51


Playoffs

Semi Finals

Best of 9

  • Rimouski Maple Leafs beat Matane Red Rocks 5 wins to 3.
  • Mont Joli Aigles beat Riviere du Loup 5 wins to 2, 1 tie.


Final

Best of 11

  • Mont Joli 6 Rimouski 3
  • Rimouski 5 Mont Joli 4
  • Rimouski 3 Mont Joli 2
  • Mont Joli 3 Rimouski 1
  • Rimouski 4 Mont Joli 1
  • Rimouski 2 Mont Joli 1
  • Mont Joli 3 Rimouski 1

At this point Rimouski's goaltender was injured. The team did not have a spare on their roster. Mont Joli and the other teams in the league did carry another goaltender on their rosters.

Mont Joli refused permission for Rimouski to use another team's goaltender. They stated that Rimouski should have carried a spare like the other teams did. The league agreed and awarded the championship to Mont Joli.

These playoffs were taking too long. The champions of the other intermediate league, the Victoriaville Tigres, would have had to wait weeks to play off against the Lower St Lawrence champions. The Quebec Amateur Hockey Association awarded the provincial title to Victoriaville.

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