Province Team
Alberta Calgary Buffalos
Saskatchewan Moose Jaw Canucks
Manitoba Brandon Wheat Kings
Thunder Bay Port Arthur Bruins


Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
March 31 Moose Jaw 3 Calgary 2 Calgary
April 2 Calgary 5 Moose Jaw 1 Calgary
April 4 Calgary 5 Moose Jaw 0 Calgary
April 6 Calgary 6 Moose Jaw 2 Moose Jaw
April 8 Moose Jaw 7 Calgary 2 Moose Jaw
April 11 Calgary 5 Moose Jaw 2 Moose Jaw

Calgary Buffalos beat Moose Jaw Canucks 4 wins to 2.

Date Winner Loser Location
March 31 Brandon 6 Port Arthur 2 Brandon
April 2 Brandon 6 Port Arthur 0 Brandon
April 4 Brandon 5 Port Arthur 3 Port Arthur
April 6 Port Arthur 7 Brandon 4 Port Arthur
April 8 Brandon 6 Port Arthur 4 Port Arthur

Brandon Wheat Kings beat Port Arthur Bruins 4 wins to 1.


Best of 7 for the Abbott Cup

Date Winner Loser Location
April 14 Calgary 3 Brandon 1 Calgary
April 16 Brandon 4 Calgary 1 Calgary
April 18 Brandon 5 Calgary 3 Calgary
April 20 Brandon 5 Calgary 2 Brandon
April 23 Brandon 4 Calgary 1 Brandon

Brandon Wheat Kings beat Calgary Buffalos 4 wins to 1.

Brandon Wheat Kings advanced to the 1948-49 Memorial Cup Final.

Abbott Cup ChampsEdit

Brandon Wheat Kings
Reg Abbott, Bill Allison, Mac Beaton, Bob Chrystal, Joe Crozier (Assistant Captain), Mike Durban, Alf Francis, Ray Frederick, Angus Juckes, Frank King (Captain), Bill MacKenzie (Coach), John MacLean, Jack McKenzie, Walt Pawlyshyn, Bob Resznoski, Brian Roche, Glen Sonmor, “Pop” Summers (Trainer).

Team PhotosEdit

Game AdsEdit

See alsoEdit

List of Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs

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