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This is the 1953-54 Big Six Intermediate Hockey League season.

League NotesEdit

  • MAHA announce League winner advances directly to the Intermediate A Semi Final.

ScheduleEdit

League schedules 50 games, 18 per team except Brandon College. Each team, with the exception of Brandon College, plays 2 home & 2 away games against the other 4 teams. Brandon College plays only half a schedule.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
1 Dauphin Kings 18 14 4 0 110 57 28
2 Killarney Shamrocks 18 11 7 0 97 90 22
3 Brandon Elks 18 9 8 1 86 96 19
4 Souris Elks 18 8 9 1 89 82 17
5 Pilot Mound Pilots 18 7 11 0 84 96 14
6 Brandon College Caps 10 0 10 0 27 72 0

PlayoffsEdit

Semi Finals
Dauphin defeated Souris 3-games-to-1
Killarney defeated Brandon 3-games-to-2
Final (McKenzie Trophy)
Dauphin defeated Killarney 4-games-to-1

MAHA Provincial PlayoffsEdit

Manitoba Intermediate A Semi Final
Dauphin defeated The Pas Huskies 2-games-to-none
Manitoba Intermediate A Final (McDiarmid Shield)
Dauphin defeated Selkirk Fishermen 2-games-to-none
Manitoba Intermediate A-B Final
Dauphin defeated Pierson Bruins 2-games-to-1
see: 1953-54 Manitoba Intermediate Playoffs

CAHA Western Canada PlayoffsEdit

Manitoba Saskatchewan Intermediate Final
Dauphin defeated Lloydminster Jets 3-games-to-2 with one game tied
Western Canada Intermediate Semi Final
Dauphin defeated Marathon Mercuries 3-games-to-1
Western Canada Intermediate Final (Edmonton Journal Trophy)
Dauphin defeated Trail Smoke Eaters 4-games-to-2
see: 1953-54 Western Canada Intermediate Playoffs

AwardsEdit

Trophy Winner Team
MVP Bill Murray Dauphin Kings
Top Goaltender Reg Kachanoski Dauphin Kings
Scoring Champion Ron Inglis Brandon Elks

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