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Toronto Knob Hill Farms

Toronto Knob Hill Farms
City Toronto, Ontario
League Metro Junior A
Operated 1962 (1962)-1963
Home arena Maple Leaf Gardens
Head coach Peanuts O'Flaherty
Franchise history
1961-1962 Unionville Seaforths
1962-1963 Toronto Knob Hill Farms

Toronto Knob Hill Farms were a junior ice hockey team who played one season in the fledgling Metro Junior A League in 1962-63. Formerly the Unionville Seaforths, the team moved to downtown Toronto for the Metro League's second year and became associated with grocery retailer Knob Hill Farms.

The team played only for the one season and folded along with the league in 1963. The head coach, returning from the previous season, was Johnny "Peanuts" O'Flaherty.

Yearly Results

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Pct % Goals
1961-62 36 10 21 5 25 0.347 133 157 5th Metro Jr. A
1962-63 40 14 20 6 34 0.425 121 154 3rd Metro Jr. A

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