The 1929–30 CPHL season was the first and only season of the reborn Canadian Professional Hockey League, a minor professional ice hockey league in Ontario, Canada. Four teams participated in the league, and the Guelph Maple Leafs won the championship.
|Guelph Maple Leafs||30||17||10||3||114||84||37|
The rules of the league stipulated that if the third-place team finished four points or less behind the second place team then a semi final would be played between them. Kitchener finished six points behind Galt so no semi final was played.
Best of 5
|March 18||Galt 6||Guelph 5||Kitchener|
|March 20||Guelph 2||Galt 1||Galt|
|March 22||Guelph 4||Galt 3||Kitchener|
|March 25||Guelph 7||Galt 4||Galt|
- Season on hockeydb.com