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1968-69 Manitoba Senior Hockey League Playoffs

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This is the 1968-69 Manitoba Senior Hockey League Playoffs.

Regular SeasonEdit

1968-69 Manitoba Senior Hockey League Season

TeamsEdit

Warroad Lakers
St. Boniface Mohawks
Selkirk Fishermen

Semi-FinalEdit

Best of 7

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 Selkirk 4 St. Boniface 3 Tuesday, February 18, 1969 Bertrand Arena
2 St. Boniface 4 Selkirk 6 Thursday, February 20, 1969 Selkirk Arena
3 Selkirk 4 St. Boniface 3 Friday, February 21, 1969 Bertrand Arena
4 St. Boniface 2 Selkirk 1 Sunday, February 23, 1969 Selkirk Arena
5 Selkirk 2 St. Boniface 4 Tuesday, February 25, 1969 Bertrand Arena
6 St. Boniface 4 Selkirk 2 Thursday, February 27, 1969 Selkirk Arena
7 Selkirk 0 St. Boniface 1 Friday, February 28, 1969 Bertrand Arena
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Selkirk Fishermen 4-games-to-3


Pattison Cup ChampionshipEdit

Best of 7

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 St. Boniface 5 Warroad 6 Sunday, March 2, 1969 Selkirk Arena
2 Warroad 3 St. Boniface 8 Tuesday, March 4, 1969 Bertrand Arena
3 St. Boniface 0 Warroad 8 Thursday, March 6, 1969 Selkirk Arena
4 Warroad 2 St. Boniface 3 Friday, March 7, 1969 Bertrand Arena
5 St. Boniface 2 Warroad 6 Sunday, March 9, 1969 Selkirk Arena
6 Warroad 1 St. Boniface 3 Tuesday, March 11, 1969 Bertrand Arena
7 St. Boniface 3 Warroad 4 Wednesday, March 12, 1969 Selkirk Arena
Warroad Lakers defeated St. Boniface Mohawks 4-games-to-3



Warroad Lakers established history Wednesday night, March 12, 1969,
becoming the first United States based club ever to win the Pattison Cup.


Warroad Lakers advanced to the 1968-69 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs

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