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This is the 1951-52 Big Six Intermediate Hockey League season.

League NotesEdit

  • October 20, 1951, League elects Butch Miller of Souris as president, Charlie McKenzie of Brandon remains as vice president, and Ted Scrase of Dauphin was elected secretary-treasurer.
  • October 20, 1951, Rivers withdraws from League.
  • October 20, 1951, League admits Killarney.
  • Brandon Athletics changes name to Brandon Elks.
  • MAHA announce League winner advances directly to the Intermediate A Semi Final.

ScheduleEdit

League schedules 60 games, 20 per team. Each team plays 2 home & 2 away games against the other teams.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
1 Brandon Elks 19 17 2 0 134 70 34
2 Dauphin Kings 20 14 6 0 105 78 28
3 Neepawa Natives 20 8 11 1 107 142 17
4 Souris Elks 20 8 12 0 98 91 16
5 Brandon College Caps 19 6 13 0 85 112 12
6 Killarney Shamrocks 20 5 14 1 91 127 11

Game between Brandon & Brandon College cancelled, as it had no bearing on standings.

PlayoffsEdit

Semi Finals
Brandon defeated Souris 3-games-to-1
Dauphin defeated Neepawa 3-games-to-none
Final (McKenzie Trophy)
Dauphin defeated Brandon 3-games-to-none

MAHA Provincial PlayoffsEdit

Manitoba Intermediate A Semi Final
Dauphin defeated Carman Beavers 2-games-to-none
Manitoba Intermediate A Final (McDiarmid Shield)
Dauphin defeated Pine Falls Paper Kings 2-games-to-1
Manitoba Intermediate A-B Final
Dauphin defeated Poplar Point Memorials 2-games-to-none with one game tied
see: 1951-52 Manitoba Intermediate Playoffs

CAHA Western Canada PlayoffsEdit

Manitoba Saskatchewan Intermediate Playoff
Dauphin defeated Lloydminster Huskies 2-games-to-1
Western Canada Intermediate Semi Final
Dauphin defeated Keewatin Millers 3-games-to-2
Western Canada Intermediate Final (Edmonton Journal Trophy)
Dauphin defeated Canmore Legionaires 4-games-to-3
see: 1951-52 Western Canada Intermediate Playoffs

Team photosEdit

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