This league had been the Cape Breton Senior Hockey League for over a decade before it became a Major league in 1950-51. This was the first year that the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association had this level of play. The member teams were eligible for the Alexander Cup.
Being Major meant that the teams could sign both professionals and amateurs. Previously the teams could only use amateurs.
|Glace Bay Miners||Glace Bay, Nova Scotia||Glace Bay Miner's Forum||1950-1951||join Maritime Major Hockey League|
|North Sydney Victorias||North Sydney, Nova Scotia||North Sydney Community Forum||1950-1951||folded|
|Sydney Millionaires||Sydney, Nova Scotia||Sydney Forum||1950-1951||join Maritime Major Hockey League|
|Glace Bay Miners||79||28||38||13||257||291||69|
|North Sydney Victorias||80||22||37||21||244||321||65|
Best of 7
|March 12||Glace Bay 4||North Sydney 0||Glace Bay|
|March 13||Glace Bay 2||North Sydney 1||North Sydney|
|March 14||Glace Bay 6||North Sydney 3||Glace Bay|
|March 16||Glace Bay 3||North Sydney 3||North Sydney|
|March 17||Glace Bay 2||North Sydney 0||Glace Bay|
Best of 7
|March 20||Sydney 3||Glace Bay 2||Sydney|
|March 21||Sydney 5||Glace Bay 5||Glace Bay|
|March 23||Sydney 2||Glace Bay 0||Sydney|
|March 24||Sydney 5||Glace Bay 3||Glace Ba|
|March 26||Sydney 12||Glace Bay 3||Sydney|
Bob Bowness, Sydney 46 goals, 41 assists = 87 points.