British Columbia's champion could not compete beacuse of time problems.

Alberta had no Amateur Hockey Association set up to sanction Allan Cup competition by the province's teams.

Saskatchewan had no senior teams.


2 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
March 6 Selkirk 13 Port Arthur 5 Winnipeg
March 9 Selkirk 10 Port Arthur 3 Winnipeg

Selkirk beat Port Arthur Columbus Club 23 goals to 8.

Selkirk advanced to the 1918-19 Allan Cup.

Note: Columbus Club forfeited the second game and then strengthened with some players from the Port Arthur Pascos. Selkirk agreed to this in order to have a more competitive game and attract some fans.

Patton CupEdit

This was an unofficial competition between representatives (not necessarily champions) of the other three provinces who could not compete in the Allan Cup playoffs.

Participating teamsEdit

Semi FinalEdit

3 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
February 24 Calgary 7 Saskatoon 2 Calgary
February 26 Saskatoon 6 Calgary 3 Calgary
February 28 Saskatoon 4 Calgary 3 Calgary

Calgary All Stars beat Saskatoon Quakers 13 goals to 12.


3 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
March 3 Calgary 5 Vancouver 4 Calgary
March 5 Calgary 4 Vancouver 1 Calgary
March 7 Calgary 4 Vancouver 3 Calgary

Calgary All Stars beat Vancouver Coughlans Shipbuilders 13 goals to 8.

Calgary All Stars won the Patton Cup.

Team PhotosEdit

Game AdsEdit

See AlsoEdit

List of Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs

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