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This is the 1954-55 Big Six Intermediate Hockey League season.

League NotesEdit

  • May 31, 1954, League admits Minnedosa.
  • October 17, 1954, League elects Ross Grant of Souris as president, Fred Seamer of Brandon as vice president, and Don Summers of Brandon as secretary-treasurer.
  • November 7, 1954, MAHA announce League winner advances directly to the Intermediate A Final.
  • November 29, 1954, Pilot Mound withdraws.
  • Brandon College withdraws.

ScheduleEdit

League schedules 60 games, 24 per team. Each team plays 3 home & 3 away games against the other 4 teams.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
1 Brandon Wheat Kings 24 15 9 0 118 95 30
2 Killarney Shamrocks 24 13 10 1 120 113 27
3 Souris Elks 24 12 10 2 111 106 26
4 Dauphin Kings 24 11 13 0 102 114 22
5 Minnedosa Jets 24 7 16 1 94 117 15

PlayoffsEdit

Semi Finals
Brandon defeated Dauphin 3-games-to-2
Killarney defeated Souris 3-games-to-none
Final (McKenzie Trophy)
Brandon defeated Killarney 4-games-to-1 with one game tied

MAHA Provincial PlayoffsEdit

Manitoba Intermediate A Final (McDiarmid Shield)
Brandon defeated Pine Falls Paper Kings (WIHL) 2-games-to-1
Manitoba Intermediate A-B Final
Brandon defeated Pilot Mound Pilots 2-games-to-none
see: 1954-55 Manitoba Intermediate Playoffs

CAHA Western Canada PlayoffsEdit

Manitoba Saskatchewan Intermediate Final
Brandon defeated Lloydminster Jets 3-games-to-none with one game tied
Western Canada Intermediate Semi Final
Brandon defeated Kenora Thistles 3-games-to-2
Western Canada Intermediate Final (Edmonton Journal Trophy)
Brandon defeated Ponoka Stampeders 4-games-to-2
see: 1954-55 Western Canada Intermediate Playoffs

AwardsEdit

Trophy Winner Team
MVP
Top Goaltender
Scoring Champion Tom Marshall Souris Elks

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Tom Marshall Souris Elks 26 21 47
2 Murray Balagus Killarney Shamrocks 23 22 45
3 Lou Joyal Souris Elks 28 13 41
Mike Daski Brandon Wheat Kings 18 23 41
5 Bob Harper Brandon Wheat Kings 19 21 40
6 Hec Bourgeois Killarney Shamrocks 17 18 35
Gerry Lavergne Killarney Shamrocks 16 19 35
8 Clare Jaster Dauphin Kings 16 18 34
9 Ron Maxwell Dauphin Kings 12 18 30
Bill Robinson Souris Elks 8 22 30

All-Star TeamsEdit

1955 First All-Star Team
Goaltender Julian Klymkiw Brandon Wheat Kings
Defencemen Bryan Hextall Minnedosa Jets
Doug Baldwin Brandon Wheat Kings
Centreman Mike Daski Brandon Wheat Kings
Leftwinger Tom Marshall Souris Elks
Rightwinger Lou Joyal Souris Elks
Coach Bryan Hextall Minnedosa Jets
1955 Second All-Star Team
Goaltender Ted Gilchrist Killarney Shamrocks
Defencemen Lin Bend Minnedosa Jets
Bill Johnson Souris Elks
Centreman (tie) Jim Raisback Souris Elks
Clare Jaster Dauphin Kings
Leftwinger Murray Balagus Killarney Shamrocks
Rightwinger Mac Beaton Brandon Wheat Kings
Coach Bob Woods Dauphin Kings

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