|Lowell Lowells||(3)||6||5||.545||3.5||Lowell Lowells||35||30||.538||6.5|
(1) Dropped out of league on November 19, 1903
(2) Dropped out of league on November 20, 1903
(3) Transferred to Lawrence, Ma. on January 7, 1904.
(4) Transferred from Concord (NH) on January 7, 1904. Dropped out of league on February 15, 1904
(5) Lynn, Ma joined league for second half of season. Transferred to South Framingham on February 10, 1904.
(6) Natick joined league for second half of season
(7) Hudson joined league for second half of season. Transferred to Lowell on March 8, 1904. ########
(8) LOwell PAC joined the league on March 8, 1904
Notes: The first and second place teams in the second half, South Framingham and Natick, were declared ineligible for the post-season because they had joined the league at midseason. In spite of this ruling, they played an “unofficial” post-season series. The sanctioned post-season series was played between Manchester and Lowell.
|Playoffs (Officail)||Playoffs (Unofficial)|
|Manchester 3, Lowell 2||Natick 2, South Framingham 1|
|Leading Scorers||(By Average – Minimum 20 games)|
|Note: No free thows were shot in New England League)|
|Harry Hough||Lynn-South Framingham||24||133||266||11.1|
|Joe Fogerty||Lynn-South Framingham||27||125||250||9.3|
|Fred Mulliner||Lynn-South Framingham||30||113||226||7.5|