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1957-58 MJHL Season

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This is the 1957-58 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

Brandon Wheat Kings leave of absence extended.
League admited the Winnipeg Braves.
Winnipeg Barons renamed Winnipeg Olympics.
Winnipeg Rangers moved to Brandon, becoming the Brandon Rangers.
Winnipeg Olympics folded.
League scheduled 60 games, 30 per team.
For January, the Rangers moved to Transcona and were rename the Transcona Rangers.

Regular SeasonEdit

Winnipeg Monarchs 30 18 11 1 167 128 37
St. Boniface Canadiens 30 17 11 2 146 132 36
Winnipeg Braves 30 13 16 1 144 135 27
Transcona Rangers 30 10 20 0 128 190 20


St. Boniface defeated Braves 3-games-to-2
Manitoba Championship (Turnbull Cup)
St. Boniface defeated Monarchs 4-games-to-3

Memorial Cup PlayoffsEdit

Western Canada Semi-Final
St. Boniface defeated Fort William Canadiens (TBJHL) 4-games-to-1
Western Canada Championship (Abbott Cup)
St. Boniface lost to Regina Pats (SJHL) 4-games-to-2
see 1957-58 Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Gord Labossiere Transcona Rangers 79
Most Goals Gord Labossiere Transcona Rangers 44
Most Assists Bill Saunders Winnipeg Monarchs 44
Top Goals Against Average Ron Mathers Winnipeg Monarchs 4.27

League RecordEdit

Player Team Achievement Amount
Claude Normandeau St. Boniface Canadiens Most Goals--Right Wing 41

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Gord Labossiere Transcona Rangers 44 35 79
2 Billy Saunders Winnipeg Monarchs 32 44 76
3 Claude Normandeau St. Boniface Canadiens 41 18 59
Don Atamanchuk Transcona Rangers 32 27 59
5 Bill Colpitts Winnipeg Monarchs 23 24 47
6 Bill Wicklow Winnipeg Monarchs 22 20 42
Ken Saunders St. Boniface Canadiens 20 22 42
8 Al Baty Winnipeg Braves 21 19 40
9 Laurie Langrell Winnipeg Braves 19 19 38
10 Wayne Larkin Winnipeg Braves 20 17 37


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Gord Labossiere Transcona Rangers
Scoring Champion Gord Labossiere Transcona Rangers

All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-Star Team
Laurie LangrellGord LabossiereClaude Normandeau
Winnipeg BravesTranscona RangersSt. Boniface Canadiens
Bill McDowellConnie Neil
Winnipeg MonarchsTranscona Rangers
Ron Mathers
Winnipeg Monarchs
Bill Allum
Winnipeg Braves
Lloyd Frihagen
St. Boniface Canadiens
Second All-Star Team
Al LeBlancBill SaundersBill Colpitts
Winnipeg BravesWinnipeg MonarchsWinnipeg Monarchs
Bob DonasTed Lanyon
St. Boniface CanadiensSt. Boniface Canadiens
Don Shalley
St. Boniface Canadiens
Bill Leask
Winnipeg Monarchs
Ray Frost
Transcona Rangers


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