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Toronto Native Sons

Toronto Native
City Toronto, Ontario
League Ontario Hockey Association
Operated 1933-1942
Home arena Maple Leaf Gardens

The Toronto Native Sons were a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey Association from 1933 until 1942. They played at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto. Prior to moving up to the OHA, the team played in the "Toronto Junior Hockey League." Coached by Harold Cotton, the Native Sons were league finalists in 1938-39 for the J. Ross Robertson Cup, losing in three games to the Oshawa Generals.

Five alumni of the Native Sons graduated to play in the NHL. Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Bill Quackenbush played for the team in the 1940-41 season. Other alumni include; Al Dewsbury, Red Heron, George Parsons and John Webster.

Yearly Results

Results prior to 1937-38 are currently unavailable.
Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Pct % Goals
For
Goals
Against
Standing
1937-38 12 5 7 0 10 0.417 45 44 5th OHA
1938-39 14 7 6 1 15 0.536 53 45 3rd Group 2
1939-40 20 4 15 1 9 0.225 48 113 5th OHA
1940-41 15 0 15 0 0 0.000 52 147 5th OHA
1941-42 0 0 24 0 0 0.000 43 120 7th OHA

External links

  • Maple Leaf Gardens - The OHL Arena & Travel Guide
  • NHL alumni - LegendsOfHockey.net


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