1950–51 MJHL season

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The 195051 Manitoba Junior Hockey League season saw the Winnipeg Monarchs win the league championship.

Manitoba Junior Hockey League

The Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) is a Junior 'A' ice hockey league operating in the Canadian province of Manitoba and one of eleven member leagues of the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL).

The Winnipeg Monarchs were a Canadian junior ice hockey team that competed in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League from 1930 to 1978.

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Regular season

League Standings GP W L T Pts GF GA
Brandon Wheat Kings 36 26 8 2 54 231 123
Winnipeg Monarchs 36 26 9 1 53 208 128
Winnipeg Black Hawks 36 10 25 1 21 138 249
Winnipeg Canadiens 36 8 28 0 16 129 206

Playoffs

Semi-Final

Monarchs defeated Black Hawks 4-games-to-none

Turnbull Cup Championship

Brandon lost to Monarchs4-games-to-2

Western Memorial Cup Semi-Final

Monarchs defeated Port Arthur Bruins (TBJHL) 4-games-to-3

Western Memorial Cup Final (Abbott Cup)

Monarchs defeated Regina Pats (WCJHL) 4-games-to-3 with 1 game tied

Memorial Cup Championship

Monarchs lost to Barrie Flyers (OHA) 4-games-to-none

Awards

Trophy Winner Team
Scoring Champion Ron Rohmer Brandon Wheat Kings
Most Goals Elliot Chorley Winnipeg Monarchs

All-Star Teams

First All-Star Team
Goaltender Jim Mattson Brandon Wheat Kings
Defencemen
(3 way tie)
Tom Marshall Winnipeg Black Hawks
Bill Burega Winnipeg Monarchs
Don Johnston Winnipeg Monarchs
Centreman Vic Love Brandon Wheat Kings
Wingers Elliot Chorley Winnipeg Monarchs
Ronald Rohmer Brandon Wheat Kings
Coach Les Cunningham Brandon Wheat Kings
Manager Pat Lyons Winnipeg Monarchs
Second All-Star Team
Goaltender Don Dawson Winnipeg Black Hawks
Defencemen Dune McLennan Brandon Wheat Kings
Bill Allison Brandon Wheat Kings
Centreman Timmy Young Brandon Wheat Kings
Wingers Joe Reichart Winnipeg Black Hawks
Jim Zarie Winnipeg Monarchs

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On March 21, 1962, in Brandon, the Wheat Kings captured the Turnbull Memorial Trophy as MJHL champions.

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The Transcona Rangers change their name to the Winnipeg Rangers.

The Brandon Wheat Kings won for the third year in a row, and fourth in five years. The win on March 8, 1964, in Fort Frances was the first time the Wheat Kings won the Turnbull Memorial Trophy not playing on home ice.

1958–59 Manitoba Junior Hockey League season

1951–52 Manitoba Junior Hockey League season

References

<i>Winnipeg Free Press</i> Canadian newspaper

The Winnipeg Free Press is a daily broadsheet newspaper in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It provides coverage of local, provincial, national, international, sports, business, and entertainment news. Various consumer-oriented features such as homes and automobiles appear on a weekly basis. The newspaper's main competition is the Winnipeg Sun, a print daily tabloid.

The Brandon Sun is a Monday through Saturday newspaper printed in Brandon, Manitoba. It is the primary newspaper of record for western Manitoba and includes substantial political, crime, business and sports news. The Brandon Sun also publishes a weekly Community News Edition featuring local columns and events listings that is distributed free to the entire city.