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This is the 1954-55 Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League season:

StandingsEdit

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Humboldt Indians            48    28   19   1   -    235   176    57
Flin Flon Bombers           48    23   24   1   -    218   215    47
Prince Albert Mintos        47    22   25   0   -    182   218    44
Saskatoon Wesleys           47    21   26   0   -    170   196    42


PlayoffsEdit

Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
February 24 Humboldt 5 Saskatoon 4 Humboldt
February 26 Humboldt 7 Saskatoon 0 Humboldt
February 28 Saskatoon 9 Humboldt 6 Rosetown
March 2 Humboldt 9 Saskatoon 3 Saskatoon
March 4 Humboldt 4 Saskatoon 2 Humboldt

Humboldt Indians beat Saskatoon Wesleys 4 wins to 1

Date Winner Loser Location
February 24 Prince Albert 4 Flin Flon 2 Flin Flon
February 26 Flin Flon 7 Prince Albert 4 Flin Flon
February 28 Prince Albert 4 Flin Flon 2 Prince Albert
March 1 Prince Albert 4 Flin Flon 2 Prince Albert
March 3 Prince Albert 7 Flin Flon 5 Prince Albert

Prince Albert Mintos beat Flin Flon Bombers 4 wins to 1


FinalEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
February 24 Humboldt 2 Prince Albert 0 Humboldt
February 26 Humboldt 5 Prince Albert 2 Prince Albert
February 28 Humboldt 5 Prince Albert 1 Humboldt
March 2 Prince Albert 7 Humboldt 3 Prince Albert
March 4 Humboldt 3 Prince Albert 2 Humboldt

Humboldt Indians beat Prince Albert Mintos 4 wins to 1

Humboldt Indians advanced to the 1954-55 Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs.


League LeadersEdit

  • Points: Don Chiupka, Humboldt Indians 98
  • Goals: Pete Panagabko, Humboldt Indians 42
  • Assists: Don Chiupka, Humboldt Indians 68, a League Record


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