California Hockey League

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
For the other hockey league known as the California Hockey League, see California Hockey League (1957–1963).

The California Hockey League was an ice hockey league that existed from 1927 to 1933. It had 7 franchises total with teams in San Francisco, Oakland, Los Angeles, Hollywood and Richfield. The league folded during the Great Depression.

Franchises[edit]

  • Hollywood Millionaires

Debuted with the league in 1927. They became dormant in 1930. In 1931 they were revived and renamed the Hollywood Stars. In 1932 they returned to their original name of Hollywood Millionaires. They folded Jan 28, 1933.

  • Oakland Sheiks

Debuted in 1928. Folded with league in 1933.

  • Oakland Checkers

A second Oakland team that debuted in 1930 and folded after one season in 1931.

  • Los Angeles Richfields

Debuted with league in 1927. In 1930 they were renamed the Los Angeles Millionaires. In 1931 they were renamed the Los Angeles Angels. They folded in 1932.

  • San Francisco Tigers

Debuted in 1928. Folded Jan 12, 1931.

  • San Francisco Black Hawks

A second San Francisco team that debuted in 1930. Folded Jan 23, 1931.

  • San Francisco Rangers

Debuted in 1931. Folded with league in 1933.

Champions[edit]

  • 1929 - Oakland Sheiks
  • 1930 - Oakland Sheiks
  • 1931 - Oakland Sheiks
  • 1932 - Hollywood Stars
  • 1933 - Oakland Sheiks

External links[edit]