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This is the 1973-74 Canadian Central Hockey League Season.
- East Kildonan registered in Intermediate.
- The two remaining Ontario teams, Kenora Thistles and Fort Frances Canadians withdraw.
- League comes under the jurisdiction of the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association.
- League schedules 48 games, 24 per team.
- MAHA appoints St. Boniface as Manitoba representative in Allan Cup play.
- MAHA combines League playoffs with Provincial Intermediate playdowns.
|1973-74 Canadian Central Hockey League Standings|
|St. Boniface Mohawks||24||14||9||1||157||114||29|
|East Kildonan Screaming Eagles||24||3||21||0||85||183||6|
Note: League takes 3 wins away from St. Boniface because of dressing too many players. In the 3 games, St. Boniface went by Senior rules (14 skaters), not League (12 skaters). Games were with Thompson (9-3), and 2 with East Kildonan.
- Thompson Hawks defeated East Kildonan Screaming Eagles
- Warroad Lakers defeated Thompson Hawks 3-games-to-2
- Canadian Central Hockey League Championship
- Warroad Lakers defeated St. Boniface Mohawks 3-games-to-1
Western Canadian ChampionshipsEdit
Canadian Intermediate ChampionshipEdit
|1||Harry Bueckert||Warroad Lakers||28||36||64|
|2||Bill Christian||Warroad Lakers||22||37||59|
|3||Bob Tuff||Warroad Lakers||20||26||46|
|4||Ron Ramsey||Thompson Hawks||17||25||42|
|5||Doug Smith||St. Boniface Mohawks||18||23||41|
|6||Warren Harrison||Warroad Lakers||18||21||39|
|Jim Cole||Warroad Lakers||14||25||39|
|8||Ron Mymko||Thompson Hawks||13||25||38|
|9||George Watson||St. Boniface Mohawks||11||25||36|
|10||Wayne Bell||St. Boniface Mohawks||24||34||58|