The 1936-1937 hockey season saw the Frood Mine Tigers take Sudbury all the way to the top. The senior team won every major championship from the Nickel Belt Hockey League to the Eastern Division championships. They then competed for the Allen Cup (the Canadian championship title),winning Sudbury its first ever victory.
The win propelled them into the International Tournament as Canada's representative team. The tournament was held in Toronto and was attended by the world's best hockey clubs. Unfortunately, the Tigers were eliminated by England's Wembley Lions in the round-robin elimination tournament. Notwithstanding the defeat, players and Sudburians were exceedingly proud of the team's success in making it to a world competition.