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This is the 1956-57 Big Six Intermediate Hockey League season.
- October 21, 1956------League elects Bill Wilton of Minnedosa as president, Art Kruger of Pine Falls as vice president, and Don Summers of Brandon continues as secretary-treasurer.
- October 21, 1956------League admits Pine Falls
- October 21, 1956------Brandon and Souris fold
- November 18, 1956---League admits Carman
- December 21, 1956---League suspends Carman
- January 9, 1957--------League announced that all points resulting from Carman games will remain in the standings. Dauphin was awarded a win and 2 points as to balance the schedule. And player scoring stats from both the December 15th and 20th games were removed from the records.
- Febuary 11,1957-------MAHA grants Winnipeg Drewrys permission to participate in the Big Six playoffs.
- Febuary 13, 1957------League President Bill Wilton resigns.
- Febuary 15, 1957------League forgoes playoffs, as all 3 active teams qualify for MAHA Provincial playoffs.
This is a list of Big Six Intermediate Hockey League Standings for the 1956-57 season.
Team GP W L T GF GA P Minnedosa Jets 18 11 6 1 89 74 23 Dauphin Kings z 18 11 7 0 79 71 22 Pine Falls Paper Kings 18 7 10 1 73 78 15 Carman Beavers x 5 0 5 0 7 25 0
x-Carman suspended by League
z-Dauphin awarded a win & 2 points (actual games played 17)
MAHA Provincial PlayoffsEdit
- Manitoba Intermediate AA Semi Finals
- Manitoba Intermediate AA Final (McDiarmid Shield)
- Manitoba Intermediate AA-B Final
CAHA Western Canada PlayoffsEdit
- Western Canada Intermediate Semi Final
- Western Canada Intermediate Final (Edmonton Journal Trophy)
|Dewar Thompson||Dauphin Kings||17||8||25||33|
|Lou Marius||Minnedosa Jets||17||16||11||27|
|Barry McQueen||Minnedosa Jets||17||18||8||26|
|Murray Couch||Minnedosa Jets||17||13||13||26|
|Bill Boivin||Pine Falls Paper Kings||16||7||17||24|
|Chips Adams||Minnedosa Jets||17||9||13||22|
|Bill Murray||Dauphin Kings||15||13||7||20|
|Ron Maxwell||Minnedosa Jets||17||10||10||20|
|Murray Balagus||Pine Falls Paper Kings||12||4||16||20|
|Woody Woods||Pine Falls Paper Kings||16||10||19||19|
|MVP||Lou Marius||Minnedosa Jets|
|Top Goaltender Award||John Panagrot||Dauphin Kings|
|Scoring Champion||Dewar Thompson||Dauphin Kings|
|1957 First All-Star Team|
|Goaltender||Ted Gilchrist||Pine Falls Paper Kings|
|Defencemen||Chuck Lumsden||Dauphin Kings|
|Bill Shadlock||Minnedosa Jets|
|Centreman||Dewar Thompson||Dauphin Kings|
|Leftwinger||Murray Couch||Minnedosa Jets|
|Rightwinger||Barry McQueen||Minnedosa Jets|
|Coach||Bryan Hextall||Minnedosa Jets|
|1957 Second All-Star Team|
|Goaltender||Gord Dibley||Minnedosa Jets|
|Defencemen||Bill Juzda||Pine Falls Paper Kings|
|Laurie May||Pine Falls Paper Kings|
|Bill Murray||Dauphin Kings|
|Murray Balagus||Pine Falls Paper Kings|
|Ken McKenzie||Pine Falls Paper Kings|