Toronto Franchise

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1917–18 NHL Season - League Business
1917, the owners of the NHA, apparently unwilling to continue the league with Toronto NHA owner Eddie Livingstone, decided to suspend the NHA and form a new league, the NHL, without Livingstone ... Barclay was informed by the directors that Toronto would not play in the 1917–18 season due to the difficulty of operating a five-team league, both in ... On November 9, 1917, it was reported that the Toronto NHA franchise was sold to Charles Querrie of the Toronto Arena corporation ...
1917–18 Toronto Hockey Club Season - Team Business
... A series of disputes in the NHA with Toronto Blueshirts owner Eddie Livingstone led the owners of the four non-Toronto teams to resign from the NHA and create the NHL for the 1917-18 season ... a team for the NHL's first season, the NHL granted a temporary franchise to the Toronto Arena Company, maintaining a balanced four team league and providing representation to ... Toronto Arena Company reached an agreement to lease most of Livingstone's NHA players, as Livingstone found himself in a dormant one team NHA ...

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