1951–52 Manitoba Junior Hockey League season
The Winnipeg Canadiens were bought and renamed the St. Boniface Canadiens.
|Brandon Wheat Kings||36||21||14||1||43||160||144|
|St. Boniface Canadiens||36||18||17||1||37||131||112|
|Winnipeg Black Hawks||36||6||30||0||12||123||202|
Turnbull Cup Championship
Western Memorial Cup Semi-Final
|Scoring Champion||Del Topoll||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Most Goals||Ken Smith||Winnipeg Black Hawks|
|First All-Star Team|
|Goaltender||Don Dawson||Winnipeg Black Hawks|
|Defencemen||Phil Hilton||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Don Johnston||Winnipeg Monarchs|
|Centreman||Del Topoll||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Wingers||Murray Wilkie||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Ken Smith||Winnipeg Black Hawks|
|Coach||Riley Mullen||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Manager||Pat Lyons||Winnipeg Monarchs|
|Second All-Star Team|
|Goaltender||Don Collins||Winnipeg Monarchs|
|Defencemen||Frank Arnett||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Syd White||St. Boniface Canadiens|
|Centreman||Jim Zarie||Winnipeg Monarchs|
|Wingers||Joe Reichart||Winnipeg Black Hawks|
|Bill Maslanko||Brandon Wheat Kings|
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).
On March 14, 1968, at home in St. James, the St. James Canadians corralled the Manitoba Junior Hockey League championship, and on March 26, in Selkirk, the Canadians captured the Turnbull Cup defeating the Central Manitoba Junior Hockey League champions Selkirk Steelers.
In the 1970-71 season of Canadian ice hockey, the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) champions were Winnipeg Saints, who won the Turnbull Memorial Trophy in the final on March 30, 1971, at home in St. Boniface. The Saints went on to win the Anavet Cup by defeating the Weyburn Red Wings of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League on April 13, 1971, at the St. James ground in Winnipeg.
In Winnipeg on April 5, 1974, the Selkirk Steelers won the MJHL title claiming the Turnbull Memorial Trophy. There was no stopping the Selkirk Steelers on April 19, 1974, in Prince Albert, as the Steelers defeated the Prince Albert Raiders of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League winning the Anavet Cup. On May 1, 1974, with a 5-2 win over Kelowna Buckaroos of the British Columbia Hockey League in the seventh and deciding game, held in Kelowna, the Steelers captured the Abbott Cup and advanced into the national final for the Centennial Cup. In the seventh and deciding game, on May 14, 1974, in Ottawa, the Selkirk Steelers scored a dramatic 1-0 overtime victory over the Smiths Falls Bears of the Central Junior A Hockey League to capture the Centennial Cup, emblematic of junior A hockey supremacy in Canada.
On March 21, 1962, in Brandon, the Wheat Kings captured the Turnbull Memorial Trophy as MJHL champions.
On March 23, 1963, the Brandon Wheat Kings clinched their second straight MJHL title before more than 4,000 hometown fans in Brandon. The Wheat Kings retained the Turnbull Memorial Trophy.
The Transcona Rangers change their name to the Winnipeg Rangers.
1958–59 Manitoba Junior Hockey League season
The 1950–51 Manitoba Junior Hockey League season saw the Winnipeg Monarchs win the league championship.
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