The WJrHL was run and controlled by the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association.
President: Arnold Dowd
Winnipeg Falcons withdrew.
Stonewall, Winnipeg Pilgrims, & Winnipeg Victoria Bisons admitted.
University of Manitoba transferred to "A" Division.
Winnipeg Tammany Tigers 7-0-0-14 University of Manitoba 2-4-1-5 Winnipeg Argonauts 0-5-1-1
|#1||February 25||Tigers||2||Selkirk||0||@ Olympic Rink|
|#2||February 27||Tigers||3||Selkirk||0||@ Amphitheatre|
|Winnipeg Tammany Tigers defeated Selkirk Fishermen 5 goals to none|
|Winnipeg Tammany Tigers won Winnipeg and District Junior Hockey League Championship|
|#1||March 3||Tigers||2||Portage la Prairie||1||@ Portage la Prairie|
|#2||March 9||Tigers||8||Portage la Prairie||2||@ Amphitheatre|
|Winnipeg Tammany Tigers defeated Portage la Prairie Victorias 10 goals to 3|
|Winnipeg Tammany Tigers won Turnbull Cup, Manitoba Junior Hockey Championship|
Memorial Cup PlayoffsEdit
|Western Canada Final|
|#1||March 17||Calgary||3||Tigers||3||@ Amphitheatre|
|#2||March 19||Calgary||3||Tigers||2||@ Amphitheatre|
|Winnipeg Tammany Tigers lost to Calgary Canadians (AAHA) 6 goals to 5|