History[edit | edit source]

The New Brunswick Senior Hockey League operated under the authority of the Maritimes Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA). Its teams were eligible for the Allan Cup.

The Moncton Hawks and St John Beavers left the Maritime Major Hockey League to help form this league.

It operated for only 2 seasons - 1952-53 & 1953-54. It then changed its name to the Atlantic Coast Senior Hockey League, which itself only lasted until the end of the 1955-1956 season.

League Champions[edit | edit source]

Franchise Histories[edit | edit source]

Moncton Hawks (1952-1953) see Atlantic Coast Senior Hockey League Moncton Flyers (1953-1954)

St John Beavers (1952-1954) see Atlantic Coast Senior Hockey League

Fredericton Capitals (1952-1954) see Atlantic Coast Senior Hockey League

Amherst Meteors (1953-1954) see Atlantic Coast Senior Hockey League as Ramblers

List of seasons[edit | edit source]


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