On April 5, 1977, MJHL commissioner Bill Addison suspended the Turnbull Cup Finals between the Dauphin Kings and Kildonan North Stars, awarding it to Dauphin on the basis they won two of the three games completed.
The Dauphin Kings are a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada. They are members of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL), a part of the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) and Hockey Canada. The Kings were established in 1967 and play at the Credit Union Place.
The St. Boniface Canadiens were a Manitoba Junior Hockey League team that operated from 1952-1964. The St. Boniface Canadiens won 4 Turnbull Cup Championships as Manitoba Junior Champions, 1953, 1954, 1956, & 1958.
As of the 1976-77 season the West Kildonan name was shorted to the Kildonan North Stars.
Jim Misener of the Dauphin Kings became the MJHL career leader in goals, assists, and points, with 205 goals, 208 assists, and 413 points.
League suspends Turnbull Cup Finals, awards it to Dauphin.
Jim Misener is a Canadian former ice hockey winger who became the MJHL career leader in points, assists, and goals by the end of the 1976–77 MJHL season.
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Turnbull Cup Championship
Anavet Cup Championship
|MVP||Jim Misener||Dauphin Kings|
|Top Goaltender||Jim Tkachyk||Dauphin Kings|
|Top Defenceman||Mark Johnston||Portage Terriers|
|Rookie of the Year||Bruno Rogger||Brandon Travellers|
|Hockey Ability & Sportsmanship Award||Ken Krentz||Selkirk Steelers|
|Scoring Champion||Ken Krentz||Selkirk Steelers|
|Most Goals||Dale Maksymyk||Selkirk Steelers|
|Coach of the Year|
|1977 First All-Star Team|
|Goaltender||Jim Tkachyk||Dauphin Kings|
|Defencemen||Mark Johnston||Portage Terriers|
|Dan Bryck||Kenora Thistles|
|Centreman||Ken Krentz||Selkirk Steelers|
|Leftwinger||Dale Maksymyk||Selkirk Steelers|
|Rightwinger||Jim Misener||Dauphin Kings|
|Coach||Phil Fafard||Kenora Thistles|
|Manager||Steve Hawrysh||Dauphin Kings|
|Trainer||Daryl Steen||St. Boniface Saints|
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