The Cincinnati Mohawks were a professional ice hockey team in Cincinnati, Ohio. They were a member of the American Hockey League between 1949 and 1952. They were originally founded as the Washington Lions, then were relocated from Washington, D.C.
They played their home games in the Cincinnati Gardens. After leaving the AHL, the Mohawks team transferred to the International Hockey League until folding on 1958. The Mohawks won an IHL record five consecutive Turner Cup Championships starting with the 1952–1953 season and ending with the 1956–1957 season.
The market was subsequently home to:
|Season||1st round||2nd round||Finals|
|1949–50||Out of Playoffs|
|1950–51||Out of Playoffs|
|1951–52||W, 3–0, Buffalo||L, 1–3, Providence||—|
|1952–53||??||??||W, 4–0, Grand Rapids|
|1953–54||??||??||W, 4–2, Johnstown|
|1954–55||??||??||W, 4–3, Troy|
|1955–56||??||??||W, 4–0, Toledo-Marion|
|1956–57||??||??||W, 3–0, Indianapolis|
|1957–58||L, 1–3, Louisville||—||—|
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