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This is the 1964-65 Manitoba Intermediate AA Hockey League Season.
- League schedules 68 games, 26 per team, included 16 games each for Dryden & Warroad.
- Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association announced that League playoffs would be for the Pattison Cup,
|1964-65 Manitoba Intermediate 'AA' Hockey League Standings|
|St. Boniface Seals||26||12||11||3||110||108||27|
|Portage la Prairie Plainsmen||13||1||10||2||32||56||4|
Note: 5 of Portage’s losses were forfeited games, included in their standings, before the League suspended them. Further scheduled games involving Portage (13) were declared no contests (automatic wins).
- Selkirk Fishermen defeated St. Boniface Seals 4-games-to-1
- Pattison Cup Championship
- Transcona Lions defeated Selkirk Fishermen 4-games-to-1
- see 1964-65 Manitoba Intermediate 'AA' Hockey League Playoffs
Western Canadian ChampionshipEdit
|1||Jerry Kruk||Transcona Lions||24||21||45|
|2||Ed Merriam||Transcona Lions||14||26||40|
|3||Bert Olg||Selkirk Fishermen||17||22||39|
|4||Roger Christian||Warroad Lakers||24||13||37|
|5||Murray Balagus||Warroad Lakers||16||19||35|
|6||Bill Christian||Warroad Lakers||8||25||33|
|7||Don White||St. Boniface Seals||21||10||31|
|8||Barry McQueen||St. Boniface Seals||11||19||30|
|9||Don McKenzie||St. Boniface Seals||18||10||28|
|10||Bill Wicklow||Dryden Rockets||14||13||27|