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Canadian Division

The NHL's Canadian Division was formed after expansion in 1926. The division existed for 12 seasons until 1938.

Contents

  • Division Lineups 1
    • 1926–1927 1.1
      • Changes from the 1925–26 season 1.1.1
    • 1927–1931 1.2
      • Changes from the 1926–27 season 1.2.1
    • 1931–1932 1.3
      • Changes from the 1930–31 season 1.3.1
    • 1932–1934 1.4
      • Changes from the 1931–32 season 1.4.1
    • 1934–1935 1.5
      • Changes from the 1933–34 season 1.5.1
    • 1935–1938 1.6
      • Changes from the 1934–35 season 1.6.1
    • After the 1937–38 season 1.7
  • Division Champions 2
  • Stanley Cup Winners produced 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Division Lineups

1926–1927

Changes from the 1925–26 season

  • The Canadian Division is formed as the result of NHL realignment

1927–1931

Changes from the 1926–27 season

  • Toronto changed their nickname from the St. Patricks to the Maple Leafs

1931–1932

  • Montreal Canadiens
  • Montreal Maroons
  • New York Americans
  • Toronto Maple Leafs

Changes from the 1930–31 season

  • The Ottawa Senators took a leave of absence from the league

1932–1934

  • Montreal Canadiens
  • Montreal Maroons
  • New York Americans
  • Ottawa Senators
  • Toronto Maple Leafs

Changes from the 1931–32 season

  • The Ottawa Senators returned from their absence

1934–1935

  • Montreal Canadiens
  • Montreal Maroons
  • New York Americans
  • St. Louis Eagles
  • Toronto Maple Leafs

Changes from the 1933–34 season

  • The Ottawa Senators moved to St. Louis, Missouri, to become the St. Louis Eagles

1935–1938

  • Montreal Canadiens
  • Montreal Maroons
  • New York Americans
  • Toronto Maple Leafs

Changes from the 1934–35 season

  • The St. Louis Eagles folded due to financial problems

After the 1937–38 season

The league collapsed into one single table, reverting to the format of the 1925–26 season, after the Montreal Maroons folded in 1938.

Division Champions

Stanley Cup Winners produced

See also

References

  • NHL History
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