1956–57 MJHL season

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League notes

The League admits the Winnipeg Rangers . This team is not to be confused with the Winnipeg Barons, who were formerly called the Winnipeg Rangers.
Ray Brunel (St. Boniface) set a league record for most points (105) in a single season.

The Winnipeg Rangers were a Canadian junior hockey team in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League and the second team to use this name. This version of the Rangers won two Turnbull Cups.

Raymond Edward Joseph Brunel was a Canadian ice hockey centreman who played 842 professional games with 272 goals, 420 assists for 692 career points.


Regular season

League Standings GP W L T Pts GF GA
St. Boniface Canadiens 30 26 4 0 52 260 100
Winnipeg Monarchs 29 17 8 4 38 175 146
Winnipeg Rangers 29 7 21 1 15 95 203
Winnipeg Barons 30 5 22 3 13 127 208



Monarchs defeated Rangers 3-games-to-1

Turnbull Cup Championship

St. Boniface lost to Monarchs4-games-to-2 with 1 game tied

Western Memorial Cup Semi-Final

Monarchs lost to Fort William Canadiens (TBJHL) 4-games-to-3 with 1 game tied


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Ray Brunel St. Boniface Canadiens
Top Goaltender
Scoring Champion Ray Brunel St. Boniface Canadiens
Most Goals Ray Brunel St. Boniface Canadiens

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