1903–04 WPHL season

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1903–04 WPHL season
League Western Pennsylvania Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Number of teams 4
Regular season
Season champions Pittsburgh Victorias (1st title)
Seasons

The 1903–04 WPHL season was the seventh season of operation for the Western Pennsylvania Hockey League. Four Pittsburgh-area teams competed in the season, in which all games were played at the Duquesne Gardens. However, the Pittsburgh Keystones withdrew from the league on January 17, 1904. The season concluded with the Pittsburgh Victorias having the best record in the league and being named league champions. It would be the team's only league title. The season also marked the final WPHL season until 1907 as the city formed the Pittsburgh Professionals a professional club to compete in the International Professional Hockey League.

Final standings[edit]

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS AVE
Pittsburgh Victorias 13 10 3 0 56 23 20 .769
Pittsburgh Bankers 15 8 7 0 45 45 16 .533
Pittsburgh A.C. 14 4 10 0 44 62 8 .286
Pittsburgh Keystones* 6 2 4 0 15 30 4 .333

Source: Fitzsimmons, p. 414

  • The Keystones withdrew from the league on January 17, 1904.

References[edit]

  • Fitzsimmons, Ernie (2000), "Early Professional, Early Senior WHA and Modern Minor Professional League Standings", in Diamond, Dan, Total Hockey, Total Sport Publishing, pp. 414–432, ISBN 1-892129-85-X 
Preceded by
1902-03
WPHL seasons
1903-04
Succeeded by
1904-05 (IPHL)