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This is the 1922-23 Winnipeg and District Junior Hockey League season.
The WJrHL became the Manitoba Junior Hockey League in 1933.


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The WJrHL was run and controlled by the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association.

MAHA NotesEdit

President: Arnold Dowd
Portage la Prairie & Winnipeg Columbus Club withdrew.
Winnipeg Argonauts & Winnipeg Victoria Bisons admitted.
University of Manitoba transferred to "A" Division.

"A" DivisionEdit

University of Manitoba (1st place), Winnipeg Tammany Tigers, Selkirk Fishermen, Winnipeg Falcons, St. Boniface Canadiens.

Statistics unavailable.

"B" DivisionEdit

Winnipeg Victoria Bisons (1st place), Winnipeg Canoe Club, Winnipeg Argonauts

Statistics unavailable.

PlayoffsEdit

Division Final
#1 February 15 Victoria Bisons 2 Canoe Club 1 @ Amphitheatre
#2 February 20 Victoria Bisons 4 Canoe Club 2 @ Amphitheatre
Winnipeg Victoria Bisons defeated Winnipeg Canoe Club 6 goals to 3





League FinalEdit

#1 February 22 Varsity 5 Bisons 0 @ Auditorium
#2 February 27 Varsity 5 Bisons 0 @ Auditorium
University of Manitoba defeated Winnipeg Victoria Bisons 10 goals to 0

University of Manitoba won Winnipeg and District Junior Hockey League Championship

Manitoba ChampionshipEdit

March 3 Varsity 17 Boissevain 1 @ Auditorium
University of Manitoba defeated Boissevain
March 8 Varsity 8 Brandon 1 @ Auditorium
University of Manitoba defeated Brandon Tigers

University of Manitoba won Turnbull Cup, Manitoba Junior Hockey Championship

Memorial Cup PlayoffsEdit

Western Canada Final
#1 March 12 Varsity 5 Calgary 4 @ Auditorium
#2 March 14 Varsity 5 Calgary 3 @ Auditorium
University of Manitoba defeated Calgary Canadians (AAHA) 10 goals to 7

University of Manitoba won Abbott Cup, Western Canada Junior Hockey Championship

West Final
#1 March 17 Varsity 3 Fort William 3 @ Fort William
#2 March 19 Varsity 6 Fort William 1 @ Fort William
University of Manitoba defeated Fort William Cubs (TBAHA) 9 goals to 4
Canada Final
#1 March 22 Varsity 7 Kitchener 3 @ Toronto
#2 March 26 Varsity 7 Kitchener 3 @ Toronto
University of Manitoba defeated Kitchener Colts (OHA) 14 goals to 6

University of Manitoba won Memorial Cup, Canada Junior Hockey Championship

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