Hollywood Wolves

The Hollywood Wolves were a Los Angeles-based minor-league hockey team that played in the Southern California Hockey League (1941–1944) and the Pacific Coast Hockey League (1944–1950). The team defeated the Boston Olympics in 1944 for the championship of the Amateur Hockey Association of the United States, the first team to hold an American national championship in hockey.[1]

Hollywood Wolves
CityHollywood, California
LeagueSCHL (1942–1944)
PCHL (1944–1947)
Operated1942–1947
Home arenaPan-Pacific Ice Arena
ColorsBlue, red, white
     
Franchise history
1942–1944Hollywood Wolves (SCHL)
1944–1947Hollywood Wolves (PCHL)
Championships
Regular season titlesnone
Division Championshipsnone
Playoff championships1 (1943–44; SCHL)

The Wolves were the Toronto Maple Leafs' minor league affiliate from 1944 until 1947,[2] and shared an arena with the PCHL's Los Angeles Monarchs.[3]

Notable playersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archives". Los Angeles Times.
  2. ^ Hockey Went Hollywood in 1927, Greatest Hockey Legends, January 25, 2014.
  3. ^ James Stewart Reaney (June 5, 2013). "Londoner played with Barilko". London Free Press. Retrieved January 27, 2017.