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This is the 1945-46 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season.
Brandon Elks and Portage Terriers return to League.
St. James Canadians change name to St. James Orioles.
Winnipeg Esquires-Red Wings, St. Boniface Athletics, and CUAC Blues withdraw after dispute with MAHA.
League admitted Winnipeg Wellingtons.
League schedules 40 games, Portage and Brandon playing 16 games and the four city clubs playing 12.
A new point system was adopted. Every game the four Winnipeg clubs won, they will be credited with four points. Should Brandon or Portage triumph, they would only receive three points.
League suspends Brandon for use of unregistered players, takes win away.
League re-admits Brandon, revises schedule to 30 games, 10 per team.
|St. James Orioles||10||7||3||0||59||57||14|
- Manitoba Championship (Turnbull Cup)
Memorial Cup PlayoffsEdit
- Western Canada Semi-Final
- Western Canada Championship (Abbott Cup)
- Canada Championship (Memorial Cup)
|Most Points||Don Raleigh||Brandon Elks||48|
|Most Goals||Don Raleigh||Brandon Elks||24|
|Most Assists||Don Raleigh||Brandon Elks||24|
|Top Goals Against Average||Jack Gibson||Winnipeg Monarchs||3.29|
|1||Don Raleigh||Brandon Elks||24||24||48|
|2||Bing Juckes||Brandon Elks||23||16||39|
|3||Wally Hergesheimer||Brandon Elks||15||11||26|
|4||Neil Strain||Portage Terriers||12||10||22|
|5||John McIntyre||Brandon Elks||9||12||21|
|6||Ray Manson||Winnipeg Rangers||11||5||16|
|Nick Mickoski||St. James Orioles||10||6||16|
|Vern Smith||Brandon Elks||10||6||16|
|Clare Parker||St. James Orioles||9||7||16|
|Howie Spencer||St. James Orioles||9||7||16|
|1||Jack Gibson||Winnipeg Monarchs||2.29|
|2||Tony Tascona||Brandon Elks||3.63|