Philadelphia Quakers

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Philadelphia Quakers
First Season
Team History
Philadelphia Quakers (1930-31)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1925-30)
National Hockey League (1925-31)
  • American Division (1926-1931)
Philadelphia Arena (1930-31)
Duquesne Gardens (1925-30)
AHL Affiliate
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives

The Philadelphia Quakers were an American professional ice hockey team that played only one full season in the National Hockey League (NHL), 1930–31, at the Philadelphia Arena in Philadelphia. They were the successors of the Pittsburgh Pirates.


Home programs by season

Season/Date Type Opponent Venue
1930-31 Regular Season n/a Philadelphia Arena
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