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Winnipeg Monarchs were the defending champions. The Winnipeg 61st Battalion tied with the Monarchs for first place in the A Division of the Winnipeg Patriotic League.


First challengeEdit

This was also the Winnipeg Patriotic League A Division final.

2 games total goals

@ Winnipeg

  • Thursday February 24 Winnipeg 61st Battalion 5 Winnipeg Monarchs 3
  • Monday February 28 Winnipeg Monarchs 7 Winnipeg 61st Battalion 6

Winnipeg 61st Battalion beat Winnipeg Monarchs 11 goals to 10.

Winnipeg 61st Battalion won the Allan Cup.


Second challengeEdit

Winnipeg Victorias won the Winnipeg Patriotic League B Division.

This was also the Winnipeg Patriotic League final.

sudden death

@ Winnipeg

Winnipeg 61st Battalion kept the Allan Cup.


Third challengeEdit

Fort William won the Thunder Bay senior championship.

2 games total goals

@ Winnipeg

  • Saturday March 11 Winnipeg 4 Fort William 1
  • Monday March 13 Fort William 5 Winnipeg 4

Winnipeg 61st Battalion beat Fort William 8 goals to 6.

Winnipeg 61st Battalion kept the Allan Cup.


Fourth challengeEdit

Regina Victorias won the Saskatchewan senior championship.

2 games total goals

@ Winnipeg

  • Thursday March 16 Winnipeg 5 Regina 1
  • Saturday March 18 Winnipeg 8 Regina 2

Winnipeg 61st Battalion beat Regina Victorias 13 goals to 3.

Winnipeg 61st Battalion kept the Allan Cup


Note: Toronto Riversides,Ontario senior champions, chose not to challenge because their players could not get time off from their jobs to travel to Winnipeg.


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