OHA Senior A Hockey League
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The OHA Senior A Hockey League was a top tier Canadian ice hockey league in Ontario from 1975 until 1987. The league was sanctioned by the Ontario Hockey Association and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association and competed for the Allan Cup. In 1972, the Western Ontario Senior B Hockey League was formed. Members of this league included the Bothwell Barons, Durham Huskies, London Kings, Preston Jesters, and Stratford Perths. In 1973, the league changed its name to the Continental Senior B Hockey League. In 1975, two season later the league became the Continental Senior A Hockey League, making the league eligible for the Allan Cup and parallel with the traditional.