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This is the 1970-71 Manitoba Senior Hockey League Playoffs.

Regular SeasonEdit

1970-71 Manitoba Senior Hockey League Season

TeamsEdit

St. Boniface Mohawks
Warroad Lakers
Selkirk Fishermen
Kenora Thistles

Semi-FinalsEdit

Series AEdit

Best of 7

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 Selkirk 1 St. Boniface 7 Tuesday, February 2, 1971 Bertrand Arena
2 St. Boniface 8 Selkirk 5 Thursday, February 4, 1971 Selkirk Arena
3 Selkirk 4 St. Boniface 6 Sunday, February 7, 1971 Bertrand Arena
4 St. Boniface 5 Selkirk 2 Tuesday, February 9, 1971 Selkirk Arena
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Selkirk Fishermen 4-games-to-none

Series BEdit

Best of 3

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 Kenora 0 Warroad 5 Wednesday, February 3, 1971 Warroad Memorial Arena
2 Warroad 3 Kenora 12 Sunday, February 7, 1971 Kenora Recreation Centre
3 Warroad 4 Kenora 8 Sunday, February 14, 1971 Kenora Recreation Centre
Kenora Thistles defeated Warroad Lakers 2-games-to-1


Manitoba Senior Hockey League ChampionshipEdit

Best of 5

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 Kenora 5 St. Boniface 6 Friday, February 19, 1971 Bertrand Arena
2 St. Boniface 2 Kenora 5 Monday, February 22, 1971 Kenora Recreation Centre
3 Kenora 3 St. Boniface 6 Thursday, February 25, 1971 Bertrand Arena
4 St. Boniface 7 Kenora 3 Monday, March 1, 1971 Kenora Recreation Centre
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Kenora Thistles 3-games-to-1


All 4 teams moved on to play more hockey,
Selkirk Fishermen and Warroad Lakers to the Manitoba Intermediate playoffs.
see 1970-71 Manitoba Intermediate Playoffs
St. Boniface Mohawks and Kenora Thistles to Manitoba Senior playoffs,
but first these two had to finish their schedule in the Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League.
see 1970-71 Manitoba Senior Playoffs

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