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This is the 1970-71 Manitoba Senior Hockey League Season.
- Only St. Boniface and Kenora registered as Senior with the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association.
- Selkirk and Warroad registered in Intermediate.
- MAHA pulls Provincial Championship from League.
- Orders playoff (separate) between St. Boniface and Kenora for the Pattison Cup.
- League schedules 36 games, 18 per team.
- Both St. Boniface and Kenora become part of the Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League schedule.
|1970-71 Manitoba Senior Hockey League Standings|
|St. Boniface Mohawks||18||15||3||0||120||70||30|
Note: one game not played.
- St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Selkirk Fishermen 4-games-to-none
- Kenora Thistles defeated Warroad Lakers 2-games-to-1
- Manitoba Senior Hockey League Championship
- St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Kenora Thistles 3-games-to-1
Western Canadian ChampionshipsEdit
|1||Ray Brunel||St. Boniface Mohawks||12||36||48|
|2||Ray Cadieux||St. Boniface Mohawks||20||13||33|
|3||Jim Webster||Kenora Thistles||14||18||32|
|4||Bill Christian||Warroad Lakers||7||17||24|
|Ken Stephanson||St. Boniface Mohawks||5||19||24|
|6||Warren Harrison||Warroad Lakers||10||12||22|
|7||Mike McKenzie||St. Boniface Mohawks||15||5||20|
|Cal Botteril||St. Boniface Mohawks||13||7||20|
|Don Bamburak||Warroad Lakers||8||12||20|
|Dave Megill||Kenora Thistles||8||12||20|
|1||Rick Bardal||St. Boniface Mohawks||3.49|
|2||Bob Rogers||Warroad Lakers||4.31|
|3||George Holowka||Selkirk Fishermen||4.91|
|Top Goaltender (GAA)||Rick Bardal||St. Boniface Mohawks|
|Rookie of the Year||?????|
|Scoring Champion||Ray Brunel||St. Boniface Mohawks|