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This is the 1969-70 Manitoba Senior Hockey League Playoffs.

Regular SeasonEdit

1969-70 Manitoba Senior Hockey League Season

TeamsEdit

Warroad Lakers
St. Boniface Mohawks
Selkirk Fishermen
Kenora Thistles

Semi-FinalsEdit

Series AEdit

Best of 7

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 Selkirk 2 Warroad 8 Thursday, February 19, 1970 Warroad Memorial Arena
2 Warroad 2 Selkirk 1 Friday, February 20, 1970 Selkirk Arena
3 Selkirk 3 Warroad 4 Sunday, February 22, 1970 Warroad Memorial Arena
4 Warroad 5 Selkirk 8 Tuesday, February 24, 1970 Selkirk Arena
Warroad Lakers defeated Selkirk Fishermen 4-games-to-none

Note: Prior to Game #4, League President Ron Sorby informed Selkirk management that if the two Selkirk junior Steelers players, Ron Ramsay and Don Revel, used in Game #3, participated in the game, the series would automatically be awarded to the Warroad. Selkirk ignored the warning and dressed both players.

Series BEdit

Best of 7

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 Kenora 4 St. Boniface 8 Thursday, February 19, 1970 Bertrand Arena
2 St. Boniface 4 Kenora 3 Friday, February 20, 1970 Kenora Recreation Centre
3 Kenora 4 St. Boniface 3 Sunday, February 22, 1970 Bertrand Arena
4 St. Boniface 3 Kenora 1 Monday, February 23, 1970 Kenora Recreation Centre
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Kenora Thistles 4-games-to-none


Pattison Cup ChampionshipEdit

Best of 7

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 St. Boniface 6 Warroad 7 Friday, February 27, 1970 Warroad Memorial Arena
2 Warroad 5 St. Boniface 6 Sunday, March 1, 1970 Bertrand Arena
- St. Boniface 2 Warroad 8 Tuesday, March 3, 1970 Warroad Memorial Arena
3 Warroad 4 St. Boniface 6 Sunday, March 8, 1970 Bertrand Arena
4 St. Boniface 4 Warroad 3 Monday, March 9, 1970 Warroad Memorial Arena
5 Warroad 3 St. Boniface 6 Wednesday, March 11, 1970 Bertrand Arena
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Warroad Lakers 4-games-to-1

Note: St. Boniface protested Game #3, claiming Warroad used an ineligible player. League President Ron Sorby launched an investigation and called in the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association. George Allard secretary-manager of the MAHA, awarded the game to St. Boniface. However, MAHA President Bill Addison threw out the ruling, and ordered the game replayed.

St Boniface Mohawks advanced to the 1969-70 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs

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