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HistoryEdit

The Ottawa City Hockey League, featuring Ottawa HC, Rideau Club, Ottawa College, Dey's Rink and the Rideau Rebels, was founded for the 1890-91 season. Ottawa HC won the league from 1891-1893, and the Ottawa Aberdeens claimed the 1896 title.

Although there were several leagues earlier, the history of the Ottawa City League really started in the 1914-15 season.

It was a senior league that was eligible for the Allan Cup.

The league was totally composed of teams from the Ottawa & Hull areas until 1935-36 when teams from Brockville & Kingston were admitted.

In 1931-32 an all star team from the league toured Europe.

This league was superseded by the Senior Hockey Association in 1947-48 and by the Eastern Canada Senior Hockey League in 1948-49. That was the end of the league except for a brief resurrection in 1954-55.

Participating teams (1895-1911)Edit

List of ChampionsEdit

- * won Allan Cup

See alsoEdit

List of OCSL Seasons

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