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The second Vermont Northern League was a collegiate league that ran from 1936 to 1941, 1946 to 1950 with one final season in 1952. In the inaugural season, the league was comprised of mainly New York teams. These teams tended to be located in the resort towns of the Adirondacks. By 1940, most of the teams were located in Vermont, and it remained that way through 1950. During the brief reincarnation in 1952, teams were spread between New York and Vermont, with one team in Quebec.

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Northern League (Summer Collegiate)Cities Represented - Teams and StatisticsEdit

Northern League (Summer Collegiate) 1936Edit

1936 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Saranac Lake Red Sox 42 18 .700 - Doc Gautreau
Malone Stars 29 28 .509 11.5
Lyon Mountain Miners 29 28 .509 11.5 Bill Hafer
Plattsburgh Majors 30 31 .492 12.5 Bill McCorry
Burlington Cardinals 25 32 .439 15.5 Ed Layden/Jean Dubuc
Tupper Lake Colonels* 20 38 .345 21 Joe Mingin

Playoffs:
Semi-finals: Saranac Lake Red Sox 2 Malone Stars 0 Plattsburgh Majors 2 Lyon Mountain Miners 1

Finals: Saranac Lake Red Sox: 3 Plattsburgh Majors: 1

Northern League (Summer Collegiate)1937Edit

1937 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Plattsburgh Majors 38 18 .679 - Vin Clancy
Burlington Cardinals 35 25 .583 5 Ray Fisher
Saranac Lake Red Sox 33 25 .569 6 Doc Gautreau
Malone Stars 28 29 .491 10.5 Hank Hodge
Montpelier Senators 21 38 .356 18.5 Joe Mingin
St. Albans Lions 19 39 .328 20 Lynn Wells

Playoffs:
Semi-finals: Malone Stars: 2 Burlington Cardinals: 1 Plattsburgh Majors: 2 Saranac Lake Red Sox: 1

Finals: Malone Stars: 3 Plattsburgh Majors: 1

Northern League (Summer Collegiate) 1938-1939Edit

1938 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Burlington Cardinals 40 23 .635 - Vin Clancy
Plattsburgh Majors 39 24 .619 1 Bill Barrett
St. Albans Giants 38 25 .603 2 Jeff Tesreau
Rutland Royals 37 26 .587 3 Jack Barry
Saranac Lake Red Sox 35 28 .556 5 Doc Gautreau
Malone Stars 32 31 .508 8 Hank Hodge
Montpelier Senators 16 47 .254 24 Don Sterner/Al Sabo/Stuffy McInnis
Tupper Lake Rangers 15 48 .238 25 Wilkie Clark/Pete Ballard/Don Miller

Playoffs:
Semi-finals: Burlington Cardinals: 2 St. Albans Giants: 0 Plattsburgh Majors: 2 Rutland Royals: 0

Finals: Plattsburgh Majors: 3 Burlington Cardinals: 2

1939 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Burlington Cardinals 39 24 .619 - Vin Clancy
St. Albans Giants 38 24 .613 .5 Jeff Tesreau
Rutland Royals 38 24 .613 .5 Jack Barry
Saranac Lake Red Sox 36 26 .581 2.5 Doc Gautreau
Malone Maroons 29 33 .468 9.5 Freddie Maguire
Plattsburgh Majors 26 35 .426 12 Bill Barrett
Montpelier Senators 21 40 .344 17 Ray Fisher
Tupper Lake Rangers 21 42 .333 18 Rusty Yarnall

Playoffs:
Semi-finals: Saranac Lake Red Sox: 2 St. Albans Giants: 0 Burlington Cardinals: 2 Rutland Royals: 1

Finals: Burlington Cardinals: 3 Saranac Lake Red Sox: 2

Northern League (Summer Collegiate)1940-1941Edit

1940 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Burlington Cardinals 41 19 .683 - Vin Clancy
Rutland Royals 37 25 .597 5 Bob Daughters
Montpelier Senators 35 25 .583 6 Doc Gautreau
Glens Falls Wingers 31 28 .525 9.5 Neil Mahoney
St. Albans Giants 28 30 .483 12 Jeff Tesreau
Bennington Generals 27 33 .450 14 Jake Kline
Claremont Pilots 25 34 .424 15.5 Marty McDonough
Brattleboro Maples 15 45 .250 26 Paul Eckley

1941 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Glens Falls Wingers 50 19 .725 - Freddie Maguire
Rutland Royals 40 29 .580 10 Bob Daughters
Burlington Cardinals 39 30 .565 11 Vin Clancy
Montpelier Senators 35 33 .515 14.5 Doc Gautreau
Brattleboro Maples 33 35 .485 16.5 Bill Barrett
Bennington Generals 29 37 .439 19.5
St. Albans Giants 28 40 .412 21.5
Claremont Pilots 19 50 .275 31 Jeff Tesreau

Northern League (Summer Collegiate) 1946-1950Edit

1946 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Bennington Generals 40 28 .588 - Jake Kline
Twin City Trojans 40 30 .571 1 Ray Fisher
St. Johnsbury Yankees 38 30 .559 2 Clary Anderson
Brattleboro Maples 37 31 .544 3 Warren Huston
Keene Bluejays 35 34 .507 5.5 Jeff Tesreau
Burlington Cardinals 32 38 .457 9 Don Maynard
St. Albans Giants 27 42 .391 13.5 Specs Kelly/Archie Allen
Rutland Royals 26 42 .382 14 John "Honey" Russell

1947 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Twin City Trojans 44 22 .667 - Ray Fisher
Rutland Royals 37 32 .536 8.5 Ebba St. Claire
St. Johnsbury Yankees 35 33 .515 10 Clary Anderson
Burlington Cardinals 34 33 .507 10.5 Don Maynard/Bill Krywicki
Bennington Generals 34 35 .493 11.5 Herb Gallagher/Matty Ryan
Keene Bluejays 33 34 .493 11.5 Bennie Meyers
Brattleboro Maples 28 40 .412 17 Warren Huston/Red Gendron
St. Albans Giants 26 42 .382 19 Archie Allen

1948 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Twin City Trojans 51 18 .739 - Ray Fisher
Bennington Generals 45 24 .652 6 Jake Kline
St. Albans Giants 37 33 .529 14.5 Johnny Smith
Keene Bluejays 35 34 .507 16
Rutland Royals 35 34 .507 16 Bill Lefebvre
Brattleboro Maples 29 40 .420 22 Zev Graham
Burlington Cardinals 25 44 .362 26 Bill Krywicki
St. Johnsbury Yankees 20 50 .286 31.5 John Hyder/Bill Kenyon

1949 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Brattleboro Maples 42 25 .627 - Stan Benjamin
Twin City Trojans 43 26 .623 - Ray Fisher
Burlington Cardinals 42 27 .609 1 Clary Anderson
St. Albans Giants 36 32 .529 6.5 Johnny Smith
Bennington Generals 34 33 .507 8 Jake Kline
Keene Bluejays 31 37 .456 11.5 George Proechel
Rutland Royals 23 45 .338 19.5 Steve Kuk
St. Johnsbury Yankees 22 48 .314 21.5 Freddie Harlow/Dick Harnett

1950 Northern League

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
St. Albans Giants 46 20 .697 - Bill Krywicki
Twin City Trojans 45 20 .692 .5 Ray Fisher/Eddie Casey
Brattleboro Maples 34 29 .540 10.5 Stan Benjamin
Burlington Cardinals 36 31 .537 10.5 Clary Anderson
Keene Bluejays 28 38 .424 18 Jake Kline
Bennington Generals 24 39 .381 20.5 Dan Cunha/Moon Mullins
St. Johnsbury Yankees 25 41 .379 21 Jack Barry - not the former major leaguer
Rutland Royals 23 43 .348 23 Steve Kuk/Marty Jones

Northern League (Summer Collegiate) 1952Edit

1952 Northern League

First Half
Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
St. Albans Giants 22 5 .815 -
Burlington Cardinals 19 8 .704 3
Malone Flames 15 11 .577 6.5 George Proechel
Plattsburgh Athletics 16 14 .533 7.5 Peter Blumette
Farnham Pirates 6 18 .250 14.5
Brighton Blues 3 24 .111 19 Ken Tobey/Jack Stopera
Second Half
Burlington Cardinals 19 7 .731 -
St. Albans Giants 13 9 .591 4
Plattsburgh Athletics 14 13 .519 5.5 Peter Blumette
Malone Flames 11 14 .440 7.5 George Proechel
Brighton Blues 3 17 .150 13 Jack Stopera

Playoffs: Burlington Cardinals: 2 St. Albans Giants: 2
Fifth game rained out. Teams declared co-champions.

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