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HistoryEdit

The Canadian Team moved to Winnipeg from Vancouver. The Winnipeg Maroons merged with this team.

It was supposed to play an exhibition schedule with the Saskatchewan Senior League but dropped out of this arrangement. The Saskatchewan teams proved to be too weak.

Exhibition ScheduleEdit

The games from December 27 to December 31 were part of the 1964 Walter A. Brown Memorial Trophy Tournament.

Oct 2		4-2 St Paul Rangers (Central Pro League) @ Brandon
Oct 4		5-4 St Paul Rangers (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Oct 7		2-4 New York Rovers @ Winnipeg
Oct 20		3-1 Memphis Wings (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Oct 21		3-3 Memphis Wings (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Oct 24		5-0 Moose Jaw Pla-Mors
Oct 25		8-3 Regina Caps
Nov 2		2-1 Omaha Knights (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Nov 4		3-5 Omaha Knights (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Nov 9		13-4 St Louis Braves (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Nov 11		4-0 St Louis Braves (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Nov 21		4-2 Yorkton Terriers
Nov 22		9-6 Saskatoon Quakers
Nov 30		2-4 St Paul Rangers (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Dec 2		2-1 St Paul Rangers (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Dec 5		14-1 Yorkton Terriers @ Winnipeg
Dec 6		7-3 Yorkton Terriers @ Winnipeg
Dec 13		0-4 (0:2, 0:1, 0:1) Soviet Union @ Toronto
Dec 17		1-6 (1:3, 0:0, 0:3) Soviet Union @ Winnipeg
Dec 20		1-4 (1:2, 0:1, 0:1) Soviet Union @ Winnipeg
Dec 27		3-5 (0:2, 2:1, 1:2) Soviet Union @ Colorado Springs
Dec 28		3-4 (0:1, 1:3, 2:0) Czechoslovakia @ Colorado Springs
Dec 30		5-7 (3:3, 0:3, 2:1) Soviet Union @ Colorado Springs
Dec 31		3-3 (0:3, 1:0, 2:0) Czechoslovakia @ Colorado Springs
Jan 3		4-2 (2:0, 1:0, 1:2) Czechoslovakia @ Winnipeg
Jan 10		3-2 (1:0, 2:0, 0:2) Czechoslovakia @ Toronto
Jan 11		5-4 Tulsa Oilers (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Jan 17		5-2 Montreal & Peterborough Juniors @ Montreal
Jan 18		0-5 Minneapolis Bruins (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Jan 20		3-3 Minneapolis Bruins (Central Pro League) @ Winnipeg
Jan 22		9-2 Yorkton Terriers
Jan 23		4-2 Saskatchewan Senior All-Stars @ Saskatoon
Feb 6		6-2 Edmonton Oil Kings
Feb 9		9-1 West Germany @ Winnipeg
Feb 12		7-2 Manitoba Junior All Stars @ Winnipeg

At this point the team was split up. The 1964-65 Canada National B Team was sent to Europe for a tour. The A team was reunited for one exhibition game before going to the World Championship.

Feb 28		2-2 NHL Old Timers @ Toronto
Mar 16		5-1 Genève-Servette HC @ Geneva
Mar 18		3-5 Czechoslovakia Selects @ Geneva

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See AlsoEdit

Canadian Team Overseas Exhibition Tours

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