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This is the 1971-72 Canadian Central Hockey League Season.
- League schedules 60 games, 24 per team, and no playoffs.
- At the conclusion of the Regular Season, the 3 Ontario clubs would enter in Thunder Bay Intermediate playoffs, and Warroad in Manitoba's. St. Boniface would represent Manitoba in Allan Cup play.
|St. Boniface Mohawks||24||17||7||0||155||83||34|
|Fort Frances Canadians||24||5||19||0||93||150||10|
Note: Dryden did not finish the season. Their final 2 games were counted as default losses.
Northwest Ontario Intermediate ChampionshipEdit
- Kenora Thistles defeated Fort Frances Canadians
Manitoba Intermediate ChampionshipEdit
Western Canadian ChampionshipsEdit
|1||Don Bamburak||Warroad Lakers||21||28||49|
|Ray Brunel||St. Boniface Mohawks||18||31||49|
|3||Jim Robertson||Kenora Thistles||26||22||48|
|4||Gerald Haines||Kenora Thistles||20||24||44|
|5||Warren Harrison||Warroad Lakers||17||25||42|
|6||Tom Thomsen||Kenora Thistles||19||21||40|
|7||Bill Scott||St. Boniface Mohawks||20||17||37|
|Mike McKenzie||St. Boniface Mohawks||18||19||37|
|9||George Anderson||St. Boniface Mohawks||28||8||36|
|10||Ken George||Kenora Thistles||14||18||32|