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1925 Allan Cup

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Photo of trophy
The Allan Cup was the championship trophy for amateur senior ice hockey in Canada.

The 1925 Allan Cup was the senior ice hockey championship for the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) during the 1924-25 season.

Change in format

In February 1925, CAHA vice-president Frank Sandercock submitted a proposal to change the Allan Cup finals to a best-of-three games format instead of a two-game series decided on total goals scored.[1][2] Public sentiment at the time was that in a two-game series, a lucky break was enough to decide the series, whereas a best-of-three format was less likely for that to happen.[3] CAHA president Silver Quilty announced that the change was approved by a special vote and was put into effect for the 1925 competition.[4]

Final

Port Arthur beat University of Toronto 2-0 on series.

  • Port Arthur 4 University of Toronto 0
  • Port Arthur 3 University of Toronto 2

References

  1. ^ "Talbot Is Ineligible". Lethbridge Herald. Lethbridge, Alberta. February 20, 1925. p. 3.Free to read
  2. ^ "More Allan Cup Play-Off Squabble". Lethbridge Herald. Lethbridge, Alberta. February 21, 1925. p. 6.Free to read
  3. ^ "May Play Three Games For Allan Cup In Future". Winnipeg Free Press. Winnipeg, Manitoba. February 21, 1925. p. 17.Free to read
  4. ^ "C.A.H.A. Leader Gives Result Of Last Vote". Winnipeg Tribune. Winnipeg, Manitoba. February 25, 1925. p. 14.Free to read

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