This was the 1964-65 Cariboo Hockey League season:
|Williams Lake Stampeders||36||18||18||0||-||-||36|
|Prince George Mohawks||36||12||22||2||-||-||26|
Because of tight provincial deadlines, Quesnel was chosen by the league to go to the 1964-65 British Columbia Intermediate Playoffs. It would have gone after the league semi-final, win or lose. But the Kangaroos were suspended by the league because their coach inserted himself into the lineup for the third game. He was not an eligible player. Quesnel was leading Williams Lake 2 wins to 1 and won the next game before the suspension.
Best of 7
|February 20||Williams Lake 7||Quesnel 4||Quesnel|
|February 21||Quesnel 8||Williams Lake 4||Quesnel|
|February 24||Quesnel 4||Williams Lake 1||Williams Lake|
|February 27||Quesnel 5||Williams Lake 3||Williams Lake|
- Williams Lake won and Quesnel was suspended
|February 20||Vanderhoof 4||Prince George 3||Vanderhoof|
|February 21||Vanderhoof 8||Prince George 2||Vanderhoof|
|February 27||Prince George 5||Vanderhoof 3||Prince George|
|February 28||Prince George 7||Vanderhoof 3||Prince George|
|March 6||Vanderhoof 6||Prince George 3||Vanderhoof|
|March 10||Vanderhoof 6||Prince George 2||Vanderhoof|
- Vanderhoof beat Prince George 4 wins to 2.
Prince George was chosen by the league to advance to the 1964-65 British Columbia Intermediate Playoffs after both Williams Lake and Vanderhoof declined.
Best of 7
|March 13||Vanderhoof 7||Williams Lake 6||Williams Lake|
|March 14||Vanderhoof 8||Williams Lake 5||Williams Lake|
|March 20||Vanderhoof 9||Williams Lake 2||Vanderhoof|
|March 21||Vanderhoof 6||Williams Lake 3||Vanderhoof|
- Vanderhoof beat Williams Lake 4 wins to none (7-6, 8-5, 9-2, 6-3)