The 1917 All-Massillons football season was their eighth season in existence. This would be there last season until 1919, since the Tigers 1918 season was cancelled due to the outbreak of World War I and the Spanish flu pandemic.
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|1917 Massillon Tigers season|
|Head Coach||Bob Nash, Charles Brickley|
|Home Field||Hospital Grounds Stadium|
|Playoff Finish||No playoffs|
|Previous season||Next season|
The Tigers posted a 5-3 record in 1917.
|1||October 14, 1917||Buffalo All-Stars||W 14-6|
|2||October 21, 1917||Pitcairn Quakers||W 27-0|
|3||October 28, 1917||at Akron Indians||W 14-0|
|4||November 4, 1917||Columbus Panhandles||W 28-0|
|5||November 11, 1917||at Youngstown Patricians||L 14-6|
|6||November 18, 1917||Akron Indians||L 3-0|
|7||November 25, 1917||at Canton Bulldogs||L 14-3|
|8||December 2, 1917||at Canton Bulldogs||W 16-0|
- ↑ Coached only during Massillon's 14-3 loss to Canton on November 25, 1917.
- "Canton Wins Again". PFRA Annual (Professional Football Researchers Association): 1–10. http://www.profootballresearchers.org/Articles/Canton_Wins_Again.pdf.
- Football Archives: 1917 Massillon Tigers