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This is the 1968-69 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

The MJHL merged with the Central Manitoba Junior Hockey League creating a North Division to house all 4 new teams, the Selkirk Steelers, Portage Terriers, Dauphin Kings, and Kenora Muskies (who operated out of Fort Garry the previous year, as the Fort Garry Frontiermen). The existing teams created the South Division.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
North Division
Dauphin Kings 34 25 8 1 226 122 51
Selkirk Steelers 34 23 9 2 195 116 48
Kenora Muskies 34 13 21 0 177 190 26
Portage Terriers 34 3 28 3 104 236 9
South Division
Winnipeg Monarchs 34 17 12 5 145 157 39
St. Boniface Saints 34 18 14 2 145 126 38
St. James Canadians 34 16 14 4 142 146 36
West Kildonan North Stars 34 12 21 1 130 171 25

PlayoffsEdit

  Division Semi-Finals Divisional Finals Turnbull Cup Championship
                           
        
  1  Dauphin Kings 4  
North Division
    3  Kenora Muskies 2  
2  Selkirk Steelers 1
  3  Kenora Muskies 4  
    1  Dauphin Kings 4
  2  St. Boniface Saints 0
  2  St. Boniface Saints 4  
3  St. James Canadians 2  
1  Winnipeg Monarchs 3
South Division
    2  St. Boniface Saints 4  
      


Memorial Cup PlayoffsEdit

Western Memorial Cup Semi-Final
Dauphin defeated Westfort Hurricanes (TBJHL) 4-games-to-2
Western Memorial Cup Final (Abbott Cup)
Dauphin lost to Regina Pats (SJHL) 4-games-to-3
see 1968-69 Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs

All-Star GamesEdit

Game 1
Rick Sedgwick scored three goals to earn the South a 7-7 tie with the North on Friday, December 27 at Kenora. Game 2
It was all over in the first period, the North Division pumped in three goals in the opening 20 minutes and then yawned their way to an easy 6-0 win over the South Division in Portage la Prairie, on Wednesday, January 8th.

see 1969 MJHL All-Star Games

League LeadersEdit

Achievement Player Team Amount
Most Points Dennis Schick Dauphin Kings 84
Most Goals Chuck Arnason Selkirk Steelers 36
Most Assists Dennis Schick Dauphin Kings 50
Top Goals Against Average Ken McCluskey Selkirk Steelers 3.42

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Dennis Schick Dauphin Kings 34 50 84
2 Jim Cahoon Dauphin Kings 27 48 75
3 Chuck Arnason Selkirk Steelers 36 37 73
4 Ron Ramsey Selkirk Steelers 23 41 64
5 Bob Buchy Dauphin Kings 22 41 63
6 Brian Harding Winnipeg Monarchs 24 37 61
7 Bob Leguilloux Dauphin Kings 32 24 56
Norm Cherrey Selkirk Steelers 27 29 56
9 Ken George Kenora Muskies 27 28 55
10 Terry Hart Selkirk Steelers 25 26 51

AwardsEdit

Trophy Winner Team
MVP ?????
Top Goaltender Ken McCluskey Selkirk Steelers
Rookie of the Year Jim Cahoon Dauphin Kings
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship ?????
Scoring Champion Dennis Schick Dauphin Kings

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