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Hamilton Whizzers

For other uses, see Whizzer (disambiguation).
Hamilton Whizzers
City Hamilton, Ontario
League Ontario Hockey Association
Operated 1942 (1942)-43
Home arena Barton Street Arena
Franchise history
1942-43 Hamilton Whizzers
1943-44 Hamilton Majors

The Hamilton Whizzers were a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey Association for one season in 1942-1943. The team was based in Hamilton, Ontario, playing home games at the Barton Street Arena, also known as the Hamilton Forum. The Whizzers finished third in the league. The following year the team was renamed the Hamilton Majors. Two alumni from the Whizzers graduated to play in the National Hockey League.

NHL Alumni

Yearly Results

Season Team Games Won Lost Tied Points Pct % Goals
1942-43 Whizzers 24 11 19 4 26 0.542 122 106 3rd OHA
1943-44 Majors 25 12 12 1 25 0.500 113 124 3rd Group 1

External links

  • Hamilton Forum - The OHL Arena & Travel Guide

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