Eastern Professional Hockey League 1962/63
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The 1962/63 season was the fourth and final regular season of the Eastern Professional Hockey League . The four teams completed 72 matches each in the regular season . The Eastern Professional Hockey League was played in a division . The team with the highest points in the regular season were the Kingston Frontenacs , who also prevailed in the finals for the Tom Foley Memorial Trophy .
The following changes were made before the season:
- The Kitchener-Waterloo Beavers stopped playing.
- The North Bay Trappers stopped playing.
- The Sault Ste. Marie Thunderbirds were relocated to Syracuse , New York and changed their name to Syracuse Braves .
- The Syracuse Braves were relocated to St. Louis , Missouri , on January 1, 1963 , and changed their name to St. Louis Braves .
Abbreviations: GP = games, W = wins, L = defeats, T = draws, OTL = defeat after overtime , GF = goals scored, GA = goals conceded, Pts = points
|Eastern Professional Hockey League||GP||W.||L.||OTL||GF||GA||Pts|
|Syracuse / St. Louis Braves||72||26th||37||9||275||304||61|
Tom Foley Memorial Trophy Playoffs