1961 program

History[edit | edit source]

The Hull-Ottawa Canadiens were a minor professional team that played in Hull, Quebec but also represented the city of Ottawa, Ontario, just across the river.

They played in the Eastern Professional Hockey League from 1959-63. The Canadiens were a farm team of the Montreal Canadiens of the NHL.

The Canadiens won the Tom Foley Memorial Trophy (league title) in 1960-61 and 1961-62.

In 1963 the Eastern Professional Hockey League folded and the teams went to the Central Hockey League (1963-1984). The Canadiens were transferred to the Omaha Knights.


Season-by-Season Records[edit | edit source]

Eastern Professional Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing Playoffs
1959-60 70 31 28 11 73 249 241 3rd Lost Semi Final
1960-61 70 41 20 9 91 268 187 1st Won Final
1961-62 70 38 21 11 87 233 172 1st Won Final
1962-63 72 40 25 7 87 279 224 2nd Lost Semi Final


Hull-Ottawa Canadiens who played in the NHL[edit | edit source]

Bill Masterton

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