History[edit | edit source]
They were named after and sponsored by a local car dealer.
This was the Soviet Union's first entry in the World Championship and the Lyndhursts lost the final game to them.
The Lyndhursts played only a partial season in the East York Major League in 1953-54. They got a bye to the final which they played (and lost) when they returned after the World Championship.
That year they also played an exhibition schedule in Europe. See 1953-54 East York Lyndhursts.
Season-by-Season Results[edit | edit source]
Ontario Hockey Association (Senior B)[edit | edit source]
|1951-52||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||Lost Ontario Semi Final|
|1952-53||30||29||9||2||60||187||97||1st East York League||Lost Ontario Semi Final|
|1953-54||24||18||6||0||36||168||107||3rd East York League||Lost Final|