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This is the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League for the 1961-62 season.

The Prince Albert Mintos were forced to relocate to Dauphin, Manitoba after a fire severely damaged their arena on December 12, 1961.

StandingsEdit

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Estevan Bruins              56    34   10   12  -    234   127    80
Regina Pats                 56    33   16   7   -    237   156    73
Flin Flon Bombers           56    29   22   5   -    244   199    63
Melville Millionaires       56    26   25   5   -    217   223    57
Moose Jaw Canucks           56    22   25   9   -    199   225    53
Saskatoon Quakers           56    22   26   8   -    185   223    52
Weyburn Red Wings           55    18   30   7   -    165   185    43
Prince Albert Mintos        55    11   41   3   -    146   287    25

The top six teams advanced to the semi final.

PlayoffsEdit

Semi FinalEdit

Round Robin - Top 2 Teams to the Final

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Regina Pats                 10     7    2   1   -     39    22    15
Moose Jaw Canucks           10     6    3   1   -     48    32    13
Estevan Bruins              10     6    3   1   -     34    25    13
Melville Millionaires       10     5    4   1   -     32    29    11
Flin Flon Bombers           10     2    8   0   -     34    51     4
Saskatoon Quakers           10     2    8   0   -     28    56     4

Moose Jaw beat out Estevan because of a better goals for-goals against record.

FinalEdit

Best of 7

Moose Jaw Canucks advanced to the 1961-62 Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs.

All-Star GameEdit

The inaugural Manitoba - Saskatchewan all-star game was held in Winnipeg on January 21 before 7,044 fans. The MJHL scored a 6-2 triumph to win the Charlie Gardiner Memorial Trophy. Brandon stars Gerry Kell and Marc Dufour lead the attack with two goals each, Jim Johnson and Paul Allan added singles. Replying for the SJHL were Ron Willy and George Swarbrick.

League LeadersEdit

1.Gary Peters, Reg 56 45 69 114
2.Jim Kozie, Estevan 56 49 55 104
3.Norm Beaudin, Reg 52 57 31 88
4.Andy Herrebout, FF 54 34 52 86
5.George Swarbrick, MJ 55 40 36 76


AwardsEdit

All-Star TeamsEdit

First TeamEdit

Second TeamEdit


Team PhotosEdit

Game AdsEdit


Season TicketsEdit


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