The Detroit Auto Club was a minor league professional ice hockey team, and one of the four founding members of the International Hockey League in 1945, and operated until 1951. They played their home games at Olympia Stadium in Detroit, Michigan. The Detroit Auto Club won the inaugural Turner Cup, as playoff champions.
|1945–1946||15||8||7||0||16||82||81||.533||3 of 4|
|1946–1947||28||7||20||1||15||113||156||.268||5 of 5|
|1947–1948||30||13||16||1||27||161||155||.450||5 of 6|
|1948–1949||31||17||11||3||39||146||130||.563||2 of 5|
|1949–1950||40||19||14||7||45||170||139||.563||2 of 5|
|1950–1951||52||10||32||10||31||136||238||.298||5 of 6|
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