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This is the 1933-34 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season.

Forword
The MJHL was run & controlled by the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association.
Realistically, the League was actually two leagues under one umbrella.

MAHA NotesEdit

Convener of Junior Hockey: Vic Johnson
League renamed Manitoba Junior Hockey League.
Portage Terriers, Selkirk Fishermen, and Winnipeg Falcons transferred to "A" Division.
Columbus Club and University of Manitoba transferred to "B" Division.
St. John's College and Elmwood Maple Leafs added to "B" Division.
Winnipegs and Columbus Club merger not approved, both withdrew from junior hockey.
Kildonan Stars added to "B" Division.

"A" DivisionEdit

ScheduleEdit

40 games, 16 per team. Each team plays other divisional teams 4 X. No inter locking games.

"A" Division NotesEdit

With suspensions of Bryan Hextall of Portage and Allan Lindstrom of Kenora, both founded to be overage, the MAHA expanded the playoffs. Normally only the top 2 playoff, this year all teams were involved. Hextall and Lindstrom, along with a third player Ben Federowich of the Falcons, were suspended one year for tampered birth certificates. Federowich’s was used the previous season in Juvenile, he was still eligible to play junior.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
Kenora Thistles 16 12 4 0 77 47 24
Portage Terriers 14 10 4 0 54 40 20
Selkirk Fishermen 14 8 5 1 52 39 17
Winnipeg Falcons 14 4 10 0 40 67 8
Winnipeg Monarchs 14 1 12 1 27 57 3

PlayoffsEdit

Division Qualifier
Monarchs defeated Falcons 1-0
Division Semi-Finals
Kenora defeated Monarchs 12-goals-to-5
Selkirk defeated Portage 8-goals-to-none
Division Final
Kenora defeated Selkirk 2-games-to-1
see "A" Division Games

Division LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Stu Smith Kenora Thistles 28
Most Goals Stu Smith Kenora Thistles 22
Most Assists Dunc Cheyne Selkirk Fishermen 9
Bob Weir Winnipeg Falcons 9
Top Goals Against Average Charlie Clifton Kenora Thistles 2.57

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Stu Smith Kenora Thistles 22 6 28
2 Jack Milford Kenora Thistles 18 4 22
3 Babe Pratt Kenora Thistles 14 7 21
4 Bob Weir Winnipeg Falcons 7 9 16
5 Joe Cooper Selkirk Fishermen 12 3 15
Alex Shibicky Selkirk Fishermen 11 4 15
Phil Hergesheimer Winnipeg Falcons 9 6 15
8 Ben Federowich Winnipeg Falcons 9 5 14
Joe Lavitt Portage Terriers 7 7 14
Dunc Cheyne Selkirk Fishermen 5 9 14

Leading GoaltendersEdit

Rank Player Team GAA
1 Charlie Clifton Kenora Thistles 2.57
2 Harold McQuade Selkirk Fishermen 2.67
3 Harold Mitchell Portage Terriers 2.86


"B" DivisionEdit

ScheduleEdit

24 games, 12 per team. Each team plays other divisional teams 4 X. No inter locking games.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
University of Manitoba 11 9 1 1 72 20 19
Elmwood Maple Leafs 12 7 4 1 54 37 15
Kildonan Stars 11 4 7 0 33 68 8
St. John's Senators 12 2 10 0 30 64 4

PlayoffsEdit

Division Final
University of Manitoba defeated Elmwood 2-games-to-none
see "B" Division Games

Division LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Jack Jackson University of Manitoba 25
Most Goals Joe Shack Elmwood Maple Leafs 14
Most Assists Jack Jackson University of Manitoba 14
Top Goals Against Average Fred White University of Manitoba 1.67

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Jack Jackson University of Manitoba 11 14 25
2 Paul Pidcock University of Manitoba 13 9 22
3 Art Johnston University of Manitoba 13 7 20
4 Bob Bremner University of Manitoba 9 10 19
5 Andy McKenzie Elmwood Maple Leafs 9 9 18
6 Joe Shack Elmwood Maple Leafs 14 2 16
Tubber Kobrinsky University of Manitoba 11 5 16
8 Hurdur Einarson Elmwood Maple Leafs 7 7 14
9 Fraser Coull Kildonan Stars 8 5 13
10 Harvey Palmatier Elmwood Maple Leafs 6 6 12
Bauldy Faulkner University of Manitoba 5 7 12

Leading GoaltendersEdit

Rank Player Team GAA
1 Fred White University of Manitoba 1.67
2 Jack Walker Elmwood Maple Leafs 2.91


League FinalEdit

#1 Saturday, March 10 Kenora 3 Varsity 1 @ Amphitheatre
#2 Tuesday, March 13 Kenora 2 Varsity 3 @ Olympic Rink
#3 Wednesday, March 14 Kenora 4 Varsity 4 @ Amphitheatre
#4 Friday, March 16 Kenora 6 Varsity 0 @ Amphitheatre
Kenora Thistles defeated University of Manitoba 2-games-to-1, with 1 game tied


Manitoba ChampionshipEdit

#1 Monday, March 19 Kenora 5 Brandon 1 @ Amphitheatre
#2 Wednesday, March 21 Kenora 0 Brandon 1 @ Amphitheatre
Kenora Thistles capture Turnbull Cup, defeating Brandon Native Sons 5-goals-to-2

Memorial Cup PlayoffsEdit

Western Memorial Cup Semi-Final
Kenora lost to Port Arthur West End (TBJHL) 9-goals-to-8
see 1933-34 Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs


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