Inter-City Amateur Hockey League

1932-33

Pawtucket Woodbines

Cranston All Stars

New Bedford Gar Woods

Centerdale Whirlwinds

No. Attleboro Maple Leafs

East Sides

*Attleboro Arrows 

*Dropped out 2-13-33


1933-34

Centerdale Whirlwinds

Woonsocket Models

Cranston All-Stars

Pawtucket Capitals

No. Attleboro Maple Leafs

Warwick Downs A.C.

*Onset Hockey Club


1934-35

Woonsocket Models

Centerdale Whirlwinds

Mount Pleasant Orientals

Auburn Newsies

East Providence A.C.

Websters Tigers

Nasonville Red Raiders

New Bedford Gar Woods


1935-36

Auburn Newsies

Greenville Townies

Worcester H.C.

East Providence Caseys

Elmwood H.C.

Smith Hill Collegians

Warwick H.C.

Franklin Bruins

*Woonsocket Avecs


1936-37

American Division

Sandager Club

Greenville Townies

Arlington Blues

East Providence Caseys

Worcester H.C.

Warwick


National Division

Franklin (MA) Bruins

Notre Dame Club

Norwood Beavers

Brooklyn (CT)

Taunton Glenwoods

Scituate


1937-38

Sandager Club

Club Marquette

Greenville Townies

Providence Glenwoods

Arlington Scarlets

East Providence Caseys

Norwood Beavers

So. Woodlawn

Notre Dame A.C.

Pawtucket Reds


1938-39

Club Marquette

Sandager Club

Franklin Bay Staters

Providence Glenwoods

Auburn Supers

East Providence Caseys


1939-40

Auburn Supers

Pawtucket Panthers

Franklin Bamby Breads

Burrillville Orangemen

R.I. Collegians

Notre Dame A.C.

*Arlington Blues


1940-41

Pawtucket Panthers

Centerdale Terriers

Cranston

Notre Dame A.C.

Narragansetts

Newport

*series 1-1 tie (ice taken up at Arena)


1941-42

East Providence

Esmond

Washington Park

Arlington

Senior Amateur hockey continued to thrive in the 1932-33 season with many former Rhode Island high school stars joining teams in the new Inter-City Amateur Hockey League though the 1941-42 season.  Teams competed for the R.I. Reds Trophy under league President James R. Darke.  In 1936-37 the league expanded to two divisions (American and National).  An all Star squad of Inter-City players was picked by Red's coach "Bun" Cook called the RI Scarlets in 1932.  The Scarlets would compete against the top teams on the East Coast and participate in future AAU and AHA tournaments.  The advent of World War II saw competitive senior hockey wane as many players were drafted to defend freedom until after the Second World War.