Ontario Hockey Association Sr. (1956–1959)
Eastern Professional Hockey League (1959–1963)
|Cooperations||Canadiens de Montréal ( NHL )|
The Hull- Ottawa Canadiens were a Canadian ice hockey franchise of the Eastern Professional Hockey League from Ottawa .
The Hull-Ottawa Canadiens were founded in 1956 as a franchise of the Ontario Hockey Association . In this they played for three years in the senior division before the team moved to the Eastern Professional Hockey League , which was held for the first time in the 1959/60 season. In this they acted as the farm team of the Canadiens de Montréal from the National Hockey League , with numerous players from Ottawa later made the jump into the NHL. In the 1960/61 and 1961/62 seasons , the Hull-Ottawa Canadiens each won the EPHL championship.
Following the 1962/63 season , the EPHL was dissolved and the Hull-Ottawa Canadiens stopped playing.
Season statistics (EPHL)
Abbreviations: GP = games, W = wins, L = defeats, T = draws, OTL = defeats after overtime, SOL = defeats after shootout , Pts = points, GF = goals scored, GA = goals against, PIM = penalty minutes