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The 1936-37 Serie A season was the 11th season of the Serie A, the top level of ice hockey in Italy. Two teams participated in the competition, and ADG Milano won the championship.

The competition utilized a completely new format this season in an attempt to allow younger players to participate, a national Group A and a junior/regional Group B. The participants in Group A were required to submit three teams, a first, second, and third-tier outfit. If any team left the competition, the organization was no longer eligible to be placed in the final ranking.

The eligibility requirements for each of the three teams were as follows:

  • First team: The first team is made up of top-level players that cannot be part of the second or third teams. Only in special circumstances and at the decision of the FIS (national federation), a maximum of two players would be allowed to join the second team.
  • Second team: The second team is open to all players save those who have participated in the Olympics, played for the national team at any competitions abroad, and participants in the finals of the national championship.
  • Third team: The third team is open only to players who have never taken part in FIS-sanctioned competitions and are a maximum of 23 years old.

Group AEdit

Only two teams, ADG Milano and HC Diavoli Rossoneri, entered the Group A competition.

Points were awarded as follows: One point for the victory of a first team, two points for the victory of a second team, and three points for the victory of the the third team. To determine a champion, the scores of the three teams were added up. In the event of a tie, a final between the two third teams was to be played.

ScoresEdit

  • ADG Milano - HC Diavoli Rossoneri Milano 2:1 (changed to 5:0 Forfeit*)
  • ADG Milano II - HC Diavoli Rossoneri Milano II 3:2 (0:0, 2:1, 0:1, 1:0, 0:0)
  • ADG Milano III - HC Diavoli Rossoneri Milano III 1:0 (1:0, 0:0, 0:0)

(*In the first match of the competition, the FIS refused to allow the participation of the Diavoli Rossoneri player D'Apollonia, as his authorization from the federation was obtained irregularly. Without this player, Diavoli refused to compete, so the game was declared a friendly match. This decision was taken to the federation, and after further deliberation, the match was declared a 5-0 forfeit victory for Milano, earning them a point in the standings.)

Final standingsEdit

Club Pts
1. ADG Milano 6
2. HC Diavoli Rossoneri Milano 0

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