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This is the 1969-70 Manitoba Senior Hockey League Playoffs.
Best of 7
|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.
Best of 7
|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
|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.