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1951–52 AHL season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 1951–52 AHL season was the 16th season of the American Hockey League. Nine teams played 68 games each in the schedule. The Pittsburgh Hornets won their first F. G. "Teddy" Oke Trophy as West Division champions, and their first Calder Cup as league champions.

Team changes

Final standings

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; Pts = Points;

East GP W L T Pts GF GA
Hershey Bears (BOS) 68 35 28 5 75 256 215
Providence Reds (Independent) 68 32 33 3 67 263 270
Buffalo Bisons (MTL) 68 28 36 4 60 230 298
Syracuse Warriors (Independent) 68 25 42 1 51 211 272
West GP W L T Pts GF GA
Pittsburgh Hornets (TOR) 68 46 19 3 95 267 179
Cleveland Barons (Independent) 68 44 19 5 93 265 166
Cincinnati Mohawks (NYR) 68 29 33 6 64 183 228
St. Louis Flyers (CHI) 68 28 39 1 57 256 262
Indianapolis Capitals (DET) 68 22 40 6 50 232 273

Scoring leaders

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Ray Powell Providence Reds 67 35 62 97 6
Steve Wochy Cleveland Barons 68 37 41 78 42
Jackie Hamilton St. Louis Flyers 67 27 50 77 34
Ab DeMarco Buffalo Bisons 67 28 49 77 34
Barry Sullivan Providence Reds 61 25 47 72 12
Kelly Burnett Syracuse Warriors 68 25 43 68 10
Earl Reibel Indianapolis Capitals 68 33 34 67 8
Grant Warwick Buffalo Bisons 55 24 41 65 35
Paul Gladu Providence Reds 66 31 33 64 64
Bob Hassard Pittsburgh Hornets 67 18 46 64 36

Calder Cup playoffs

Round 1 Round 2 Calder Cup Final
         
1 Pittsburgh Hornets 4
3 Hershey Bears 1
1 Pittsburgh Hornets
Bye
 
 
1 Pittsburgh Hornets 4
4 Providence Reds 2
4 Providence Reds 3
2 Cleveland Barons 2
4 Providence Reds 3
5 Cincinnati Mohawks 1
5 Cincinnati Mohawks 3
6 Buffalo Bisons 0

Round 1

Pittsburgh Hornets 4, Hershey Bears 1

Game Date Visitor Score Home Series Arena Attendance
1 March 18 Hershey Bears 1-2 OT Pittsburgh Hornets 1–0 Duquesne Gardens N/A
2 March 20 Hershey Bears 1-3 Pittsburgh Hornets 2-0 Duquesne Gardens N/A
3 March 22 Pittsburgh Hornets 4-1 Hershey Bears 3-0 Hersheypark Arena N/A
4 March 25 Pittsburgh Hornets 1-3 Hershey Bears 3–1 Hersheypark Arena N/A
5 March 27 Hershey Bears 3-4 OT Pittsburgh Hornets 4–1 Duquesne Gardens N/A

Providence Reds 3, Cleveland Barons 2

Game Date Visitor Score Home Series Arena Attendance
1 March 20 Providence Reds 2-3 Cleveland Barons 1–0 Cleveland Arena N/A
2 March 22 Providence Reds 2-7 Cleveland Barons 2-0 Cleveland Arena N/A
3 March 23 Cleveland Barons 1-5 Providence Reds 2-1 Rhode Island Auditorium N/A
4 March 25 Cleveland Barons 0-4 Providence Reds 2-2 Rhode Island Auditorium N/A
5 March 27 Providence Reds 4-2 Cleveland Barons 3-2 Cleveland Arena N/A

Cincinnati Mohawks 3, Buffalo Bisons 0

Game Date Visitor Score Home Series Arena Attendance
1 March 18 Buffalo Bisons 1-2 OT Cincinnati Mohawks 1–0 Cincinnati Gardens 3,532
2 March 20 Buffalo Bison 1-2 Cincinnati Mohawks 2-0 Cincinnati Gardens 4,672
3 March 22 Cincinnati Mohawks 6-4 OT Buffalo Bisons 3-0 Memorial Auditorium N/A

Round 2

Providence Reds 3, Cincinnati Mohawks 1

Game Date Visitor Score Home Series Arena Attendance
1 March 30 Cincinnati Mohawks 1-3 Providence Reds 1–0 Rhode Island Auditorium N/A
2 April 1 Cincinnati Mohawks 2-3 Providence Reds 2-0 Rhode Island Auditorium N/A
3 April 3 Providence Reds 1-3 Cincinnati Mohawks 2-1 Cincinnati Gardens 4,010
4 April 5 Providence Reds 6-2 Cincinnati Mohawks 3–1 Cincinnati Gardens 7,103

Calder Cup Finals

Pittsburgh Hornets 4, Providence Reds 2

Game Date Visitor Score Home Series Arena Attendance
1 April 8 Providence Reds 1-4 Pittsburgh Hornets 1–0 Duquesne Gardens N/A
2 April 10 Providence Reds 0-5 Pittsburgh Hornets 2-0 Duquesne Gardens N/A
3 April 13 Pittsburgh Hornets 1-5 Providence Reds 2-1 Rhode Island Auditorium N/A
4 April 15 Pittsburgh Hornets 3-2OT Providence Reds 2-2 Rhode Island Auditorium N/A
5 April 17 Providence Reds 5-1 Pittsburgh Hornets 3-2 Duquesne Gardens N/A
6 April 20 Pittsburgh Hornets 3-2OT Providence Reds 4-2 Rhode Island Auditorium N/A

Trophy and Award winners

Team Awards
Calder Cup
Playoff champions:
Pittsburgh Hornets
F. G. "Teddy" Oke Trophy
Regular Season champions, West Division:
Pittsburgh Hornets
Individual Awards
Les Cunningham Award
Most valuable player:
Ray Powell - Providence Reds
Carl Liscombe Trophy
Top point scorer:
Ray Powell - Providence Reds
Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award
Rookie of the year:
Earl Reibel - Indianapolis Capitals
Harry "Hap" Holmes Memorial Award
Lowest goals against average:
Johnny Bower - Cleveland Barons

See also

References

Newspapers

Attendance Figures - Cincinnati Enquirer 03-19-1952, 03-21-1952, 04-04-1952, and 04-06-1952


Preceded by
1950–51 AHL season
AHL seasons Succeeded by
1952–53 AHL season
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