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Port Colborne Recreationists

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Port Colborne Recreationists

Port Colborne Recreationists
City Port Colborne, Ontario
League Ontario Hockey Association
Operated 1940s (Jr. B.)
1943-44 (Jr. A.)

The Port Colborne Recreationists were a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey Association, based in Port Colborne, Ontario. The Recreationists played at the Junior B level through the 1940s, with the exception of one season.

Port Colborne won the 1943 Junior B championship known as the [1] After winning the Junior B title, Port Colborne was promoted to the Junior A level, which was in need of teams. The Recreationists completed one full season and then folded early in their second. It is possible that they returned to Junior B from this point on.

Yearly Results

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Pct % Goals
1943-44 26 10 16 0 20 0.385 111 126 4th Group 2
1944-45 7 1 6 0 20 0.143 24 49 7th OHA (folded)

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