The Maritime Professional Hockey League was a professional men's ice hockey league operating in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia around from 1910 until 1915. Two of the league's champions challenged for the Stanley Cup. It was also known as the Inter-Provincial Professional Hockey League and Eastern Professional Hockey League.
The league was founded in 1910 as the Inter-Provincial Professional Hockey League in 1910. The name changed in 1911 to the Maritime Professional Hockey League. In 1914, the name changed again to the Eastern Professional Hockey League. The league suspended operations on February 7, 1915.
Stanley Cup Challengers:
|1910-11||Halifax Crescents, Moncton Victorias, New Glasgow Cubs||Moncton Victorias|
|1911-12||Halifax Crescents, Halifax Socials, Moncton Victorias, New Glasgow Cubs||Moncton Victorias|
|1912-13||Halifax Crescents, Halifax Socials, Moncton Victorias, New Glasgow Cubs, Sydney Millionaires||Sydney Millionaires|
|1913-14||Halifax Crescents, Halifax Socials, New Glasgow Black Foxes, Sydney Millionaires||Sydney Millionaires|
|1914-15||Glace Bay Miners, New Glasgow Black Foxes, Sydney Millionaires||(no champion)|
|Halifax Crescents||Halifax, Nova Scotia||Halifax Exhibition Building||1910-1914||join Halifax City League|
|Moncton Victorias||Moncton, New Brunswick||1910-1913||folded|
|New Glasgow Cubs||New Glasgow, Nova Scotia||New Glasgow Arena Rink||1910-1913||renamed New Glasgow Black Foxes|
|Halifax Socials||Halifax, Nova Scotia||Halifax Exhibition Building||1911-1915||join Halifax City League|
|Sydney Millionaires (MaPHL)||Sydney, Nova Scotia||1912-1915||join Eastern Professional Hockey League (1914-15)|
|New Glasgow Black Foxes||New Glasgow, Nova Scotia||New Glasgow Arena Rink||1913-1914||join Eastern Professional Hockey League (1914-15)|
|Glace Bay Miners||Glace Bay, Nova Scotia||1914-1915||join Eastern Professional Hockey League (1914-15)|
- Müller, Stephan (2005). International Ice Hockey Encyclopaedia: 1904- 2005. Books on Demand. ISBN 3833441895.
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