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The 1929-30 Scottish League season was the first season of the Scottish League, the top level of ice hockey in Scotland. 10 teams first participated in the Points Competition, which was played to separate the top teams from the bottom.

The top five teams from the Points Competition went on to form the First Division, while the bottom five finishers were consigned to the Second Division. The Glasgow Mohawks won the championship as the top team in the First Division. Kelvingrove claimed the Second Division.[1]

Points CompetitionEdit

Club GP W L T GF-GA Pts
1. Bearsden 4 40017:98
2. Achtungs 4 30122:47
3. Queens 4 30112:37
4. Glasgow Mohawks 4 22016:84
5. Bridge of Weir 4 2208:64
6. Kelvingrove 4 22010:164
7. Glasgow Skating Club 4 1306:122
8. Doonside 4 1306:182
9. Glasgow University 4 0317:161
10. Dennistoun 4 0313:151

Championship roundEdit

First DivisionEdit

Club GP W L T GF-GA Pts
1. Glasgow Mohawks 4 40012:18
2. Queens 4 31017:76
3. Achtungs 4 2208:114
4. Bearsden 4 1308:112
5. Bridge of Weir 4 0402:170

Second DivisionEdit

Club GP W L T GF-GA Pts
1. Kelvingrove 4 40013:28
2. Glasgow Skating Club 4 31017:66
3. Glasgow University 4 12112:83
4. Doonside 4 1301:212
5. Dennistoun 4 0313:91

ReferencesEdit

  1. Frozen in Time: The Lost History of Scottish Ice Hockey 1895-1940, William S. Marshall (2014).
Scottish National League seasons
1929–30 - 1930–31 - 1931–32 - 1932–33 - 1933–34 - 1934–35 - 1935–36 - 1936–37 - 1937–38 - 1938–39 - 1939–40 - 1946–47 - 1947–48 - 1948–49 - 1949–50 - 1950–51 - 1951–52 - 1952–53 - 1953–54