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The Northern Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League was a men's senior league that played off and on starting in 1909.  The league was used for many seasons when they was not a single provincial league. Most of the seasons when the league played the province was divided along Northern and Southern teams.

Seasons/ChampionsEdit

Season Champion Provincial Results Allan Cup Playoff Results
1909-10 Prince Albert Mintos (Suspended- see note 1)
Saskatoon Strathconas
represent league
No decision
(warm weather)
N/A
1910-11 No League (Prince Albert Mintos win Saskatchewan Provinclal League championship-see note 2) Prince Albert Mintos disqualified from provincial playoffs over professionalism, would challenge for Stanley Cup N/A
1911-12 No League provincial championship won by Regina Capitals B N/A
1912-13 Prince Albert Mintos Lost Provincial Final N/A
1913-14 Battleford Lost Provincial Semifinal N/A
1914-15 Prince Albert Mintos Lost Provincial Final N/A
1915-16 Saskatoon Pilgrims Lost Provincial Final N/A
1916-17 No League Saskatoon Pilgrims win Provincial Championship Lost National Semifinal
1917-18 No League Saskatoon Quakers win Provincial Championship as independent team Lost National Semifinal
1918-19 No senior leagues in Province N/A N/A
1919-20 No League championship won by Moose Jaw Maple Leafs N/A
1920-21 No League championship won by Regina Victorias N/A
1921-22 No League championship won by Regina Victorias N/A
1922-23 No League (Saskatoon 5th Battalion win Saskatoon-Rosetown League championship) Saskatoon 5th Battalion lose Provincial Final N/A
1923-24 Saskatoon Nationals Lost Provincial Semifinal N/A
1924-25 Saskatoon McMillans Lost Provincial Final N/A
1925-26 No League (Saskatoon Empires win Saskatoon City League championship) Saskatoon Empires Lost Provincial Final N/A
1926-27 Saskatoon Quakers Lost Provincial Final N/A
1927-28 Delisle Bulldogs Won Provincial Championship Lost Western Semifinal
1928-29 Saskatoon Westleys
(No formal league)
Lost Provincial Final N/A
1929-30 Saskatoon Quakers
(mixed level league)
Won Provincial Championship Lost Western Semifinals
1930-31 North Battleford Beavers
(mixed level league)
Won Provincial Championship Lost Western Semifinals
1931-32 Saskatoon Quakers
(mixed level league)
Lost Provincial Final N/A
1932-33 Saskatoon Quakers Won Provincial Championship Won Western Canada Championship
Lost Allan Cup Final
1933-34 Prince Albert Mintos Lost Provincial Final N/A
1934-35 North Battleford Beavers Won Provincial Championship Lost Western Canada Final
1935-36 Prince Albert Mintos Won Provincial Championship Lost Western Semifinals
1936-37 North Battleford Beavers Won Provincial Championship Won Western Canada Championship
Lost Allan Cup Final
1937-38 Flin Flon Bombers Won Provincial Championship Lost Western Semifinals

NotesEdit

  1. The 1909-10 Prince Albert Mintos were suspended for signing out of town players.  No information confirms the status of the Provincial final for 1909-10 as the series between Saskatoon and Moosomin was tied at one game apiece and no further information has been found about any other games of if the series was officially cancelled.
  2. The Prince Albert Mintos won the Provincial League championship for the 1910-11 season but were suspended along with the Saskatoon Westerns after being accused of professionalism and their players refused to sign and affidavits confirming their amateur status.  Prince Albert would them challenge for the Stanley Cup.  They would lose a preliminary playoff  against a team from Port Arthur, Ontario.
  3. A single provincial league was used for 1910-11, 1911-12, and 1916-17.
  4. There was a single league consisting of just two military teams in Regina for the 1917-18 season.
  5. There was no senior level play in the province for the 1918-19 season.
  6. A single provincial league was used for 1919-20, 1920-21, and 1921-22.
  7. A league with teams from Saskatoon and Rosetown operated for the 1922-23 season.
  8. The Saskatoon City League operated independent of the Saskatchewan Senior League for the 1925-26 season.
  9. From 1928-29 to 1931-32 the league was set up as either a mixed level league or an informal league for teams to play games to prepare for the provincial playoffs as several of the teams entered the playoffs as independent teams.
  10. A single province league was formed for the 1937-38 season. This league would last until 1943-44, there was no senior play in much of Canada for the 1944-45 season. British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba did not have senior level play for the season.  There was no Allan Cup competition for the season either.
  11. An inter-provincial league would be started in 1945. It would exist on and off along with the Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League playing the seasons that the inter-provincial league didn't operate until 1967.
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