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The Toronto Native Sons were a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey Association from 1933 until 1942. They played at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Ontario. Prior to moving up to the OHA, the team played in the "Toronto Junior Hockey League." Coached by Harold Cotton, the Native Sons were league finalists in 1938-39 for the J. Ross Robertson Cup, losing in three games to the Oshawa Generals. George Joseph Thompson played in the Natives Sons ( also was an umpire in Toronto and appeared on the History Channel Remembering Toronto) and his son, Holly Robert Thompson, and fellow Parkdale Collegiate athletes such as the late Ron Matsyuama, carried on the Native Sons tradition with the Old Timers league. They played in California at the Snoopy World Hockey Tournament.
Five alumni of the Native Sons graduated to play in the NHL. Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Bill Quackenbush played for the team in the 1940-41 season. Other alumni include; Al Dewsbury, Red Heron, George Parsons and John Webster.
- Results prior to 1937-38 are currently unavailable.
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