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This is the 1960-61 season of the Interprovincial Senior Hockey League:

The Hull Canadiens were the junior-level farm team of the Montreal Canadiens.

The Belleville McFarlands, who withdrew from the Ontario Hockey Association's senior league, tried to enter this league. The other teams turned it down because of high travel costs.

Cornwall was awarded a franchise. However, the team did not materialise because the local junior team had the arena locked up on Sunday nights, the prime time for games.


Standings

Standings GP W L T GF GA Pts
Hull Canadiens 24 16 2 6 - - 38
Ottawa St Anthonys 23 10 10 3 - - 23
Smiths Falls Rideaus 23 7 10 6 - - 20
Pembroke Lumber Kings 24 5 16 3 - - 13
Hull Braves 20 3 14 3 - - 9


Note: Hull Braves withdrew on Jan. 24.


Playoffs

Semi Finals

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
February 22 Hull 6 Smiths Falls 0 Hull
February 24 Hull 6 Smiths Falls 2 Smiths Falls
February 26 Hull 6 Smiths Falls 3 Hull
February 28 Hull 6 Smiths Falls 1 Smiths Falls

Hull Canadiens beat Smiths Falls Rideaus 4 games to none.

Date Winner Loser Location
February 23 Pembroke 6 Ottawa 5 Ottawa
February 25 Ottawa 6 Pembroke 3 Pembroke
February 27 Ottawa 5 Pembroke 3 Ottawa
March 1 Pembroke 5 Ottawa 4 Pembroke
March 3 Pembroke 6 Ottawa 3 Renfrew
March 4 Ottawa 4 Pembroke 2 Pembroke
March 7 Ottawa 12 Pembroke 3 Ottawa

Ottawa St Anthonys beat Pembroke Lumber Kings 4 games to 3.


Final

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
March 8 Hull 3 Ottawa 1 Hull
March 9 Hull 6 Ottawa 0 Ottawa
March 12 Ottawa 3 Hull 2 Hull
March 13 Hull 5 Ottawa 1 Ottawa

Hull Canadiens beat Ottawa St Anthonys 3 games to 1.

Since this was the only senior league in the Ottawa District Hockey Association, the Hull Canadiens advanced to the 1960-61 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.


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See also

Interprovincial Senior Hockey League

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