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This is the 1972-73 Canadian Central Hockey League Playoffs.

Regular SeasonEdit

1972-73 Canadian Central Hockey League Season

NotesEdit

The Thunder Bay and Manitoba Amateur Hockey Associations, along with the Canadian Central Hockey League combined their respective playoffs. Crowning a combined Northwest Ontario and Manitoba Intermediate champ. And Manitoba’s Senior champion.

TeamsEdit

Senior

St. Boniface Mohawks
East Kildonan Screaming Eagles

Intermediate

Warroad Lakers
Thompson Hawks
Kenora Thistles
Fort Frances Canadians

Intermediate PlayoffsEdit

Semi-FinalsEdit

Best of 5's

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 Fort Frances 0 Warroad 10 Tuesday, March 13, 1973 Warroad Memorial Arena
2 Warroad 8 Fort Frances 3 Friday, March 16, 1973 Fort Frances
3 Fort Frances 6 Warroad 7 Sunday, March 18, 1973 Warroad Memorial Arena
Warroad Lakers defeated Fort Frances Canadians 3-games-to-none


Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 Kenora 0 Thompson 6 Saturday, March 10, 1973 Nesbitt Arena
2 Kenora 2 Thompson 10 Sunday, March 11, 1973 Nesbitt Arena
3 Thompson na Kenora na Saturday, March 17, 1973 Kenora Recreation Centre
Thompson Hawks defeated Kenora Thistles 3-games-to-none


FinalEdit

Best of 5

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 Warroad 3 Thompson 0 Saturday, March 24, 1973 Nesbitt Arena
2 Warroad 6 Thompson 4 Sunday, March 25, 1973 Nesbitt Arena
3 Thompson 3 Warroad 5 Friday, March 30, 1973 Warroad Memorial Arena
Warroad Lakers defeated Thompson Hawks 3-games-to-none


Warroad Lakers advanced to the 1972-73 Western Canada Intermediate Playoffs


Senior PlayoffEdit

Best of 7

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals Date Venue
1 East Kildonan 1 St. Boniface 14 Thursday, March 15, 1973 Bertrand Arena
2 St. Boniface 12 East Kildonan 2 Sunday, March 18, 1973 River East Arena
3 East Kildonan 1 St. Boniface 11 Tuesday, March 20, 1973 Bertrand Arena
4 St. Boniface 11 East Kildonan 2 Thursday, March 22, 1973 River East Arena
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated East Kildonan Screaming Eagles 4-games-to-none


St. Boniface Mohawks won the Pattison Cup and advanced to the 1972-73 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs


Canadian Central Hockey League ChampionshipEdit


St. Boniface Mohawks vs. Warroad Lakers
Warroad pulled out because of conflicting schedule with Hardy Cup playoffs

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