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.

Teams[edit | edit source]

Team Location Arena Tenure Notes
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 Auditorium 1929-1930 fold with league

1929-30[edit | edit source]

Standings[edit | edit source]

Standings GP W L T GF GA Pts
Guelph Maple Leafs 30 17 10 3 114 84 37
Galt Terriers 30 15 12 3 89 106 33
Kitchener Dutchmen 30 13 16 1 76 74 27
Brantford Indians 30 10 17 3 68 83 23

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.

Final[edit | edit source]

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
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

Guelph Maple Leafs beat Galt Terriers 3 wins to 1.

Team Photos[edit | edit source]

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