The previous Canadian Professional Hockey League became the International Hockey League in 1929. A new Canadian Professional Hockey League was formed which was both a farm league for the new International League and a way for professional players in Ontario to make some money.
This new league only lasted one season. It became the Ontario Professional Hockey League (1930-31) the following season.
|Brantford Indians||Brantford, Ontario||Arctic Arena||1929-1930||fold with league|
|Galt Terriers||Galt, Ontario||Galt Arena Gardens||1929-1930||fold with league|
|Guelph Maple Leafs||Guelph, Ontario||Royal City Arena||1929-1930||join Ontario Professional Hockey League (1930-31)|
|Kitchener Dutchmen||Kitchener, Ontario||Queen Street Auditorum||1929-1930||fold with league|
|Guelph Maple Leafs||30||17||10||3||114||84||37|
The rules of the league were that if the third place team finished four points or less behind the second place team then a semi final would be played between them. Kitchener finished six points behind Galt so no semi final was played.
Best of 5
|March 18||Galt 6||Guelph 5||Kitchener|
|March 20||Guelph 2||Galt 1||Galt|
|March 22||Guelph 4||Galt 3||Kitchener|
|March 25||Guelph 7||Galt 4||Galt|