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This is the 1946-47 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

St. James Orioles change name to St. James Canadiens.
Winnipeg Wellingtons withdrew.
League schedules 40 games, 16 per team.
St. James Canadiens change name to Winnipeg Canadiens.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
Brandon Elks 16 13 2 1 122 50 27
Winnipeg Monarchs 15 12 3 0 94 54 24
Winnipeg Rangers 16 6 9 1 90 87 13
Winnipeg Canadiens 16 6 10 0 59 93 12
Portage Terriers 15 1 14 0 52 133 2

PlayoffsEdit

::Semi-Finals
Date Winner Loser Location
February 14 Brandon 7 Rangers 2 Winnipeg
February 19 Brandon 8 Rangers 5 Brandon
Brandon defeated Rangers 2-games-to-none
Date Winner Loser Location
February 15 Monarchs 7 Canadiens 1 Winnipeg
February 22 Monarchs 4 Canadiens 0 Winnipeg
Monarchs defeated Canadiens 2-games-to-none


::Manitoba Championship (Turnbull Cup)
Date Winner Loser Location
February 25 Brandon 3 Monarchs 1 Brandon
March 4 Brandon 4 Monarchs 1 Winnipeg
March 6 Brandon 2 Monarchs 0 Brandon
March 8 Monarchs 5 Brandon 2 Winnipeg
March 10 Brandon 6 Monarchs 4 Brandon
Brandon defeated Monarchs 4-games-to-1

Memorial Cup PlayoffsEdit

Western Canada Semi-Final
Brandon defeated Fort William Columbus Club (TBJHL) 4-games-to-none
Western Canada Championship (Abbott Cup)
Brandon lost to Moose Jaw Canucks (SJHL) 4-games-to-3 with 1 game tied
see 1946-47 Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Ray Manson Brandon Elks 41
Most Goals Wally Hergesheimer Brandon Elks 25
Most Assists Ray Manson Brandon Elks 19
Top Goals Against Average Ray McDermid Brandon Elks 3.09

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Ray Manson Brandon Elks 22 19 41
2 Wally Hergesheimer Brandon Elks 25 14 39
3 Geoff Burman Brandon Elks 14 12 26
4 Al Buchanan Winnipeg Monarchs 16 9 25
Gord Pennell Winnipeg Canadiens 16 9 25
6 Ed Leier Winnipeg Rangers 16 8 24
7 Fred Dunsmore Brandon Elks 11 12 23
8 Bud Evans Brandon Elks 18 4 22
9 Dick Tougher Winnipeg Monarchs 7 12 19
10 Bill Johnson Brandon Elks 10 8 18

Leading GoaltendersEdit

Rank Player Team GAA
1 Ray McDermid Brandon Elks 3.09
2 Roy McMeekin Winnipeg Monarchs 3.55


Exhibition SeriesEdit

The Winnipeg Monarchs went on a tour of British Columbia, playing six games against local junior teams. It was done to spur interest in junior hockey in that province, which had rarely been successful there.

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