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This is the 1979-80 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

  • Brandon Olympics & Transcona Chargers withdraw.
  • League Expands, accepting the Warroad Lakers.
  • League schedules 85 games, 32 per team, included 10 games with Thunder Bay Twins.
  • Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association announced that League playoffs would be for the Pattison Cup,
Manitoba Senior 'A' Hockey Championship

Regular SeasonEdit

1979-80 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Standings
Warroad Lakers 32 20 12 0 na na 40
St. Boniface Mohawks 32 19 13 0 na na 38
East Kildonan-Elmwood Millionaires 32 18 14 0 na na 36
Steinbach Huskies 32 12 20 0 na na 24
St. James Flyers 32 7 25 0 na na 14
Thunder Bay Twins 10 9 1 0 na na -

Note: The Lakers were the only CASHL team to beat the Twins.


Warroad Lakers defeated Steinbach Huskies 4-games-to-2
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated East Kildonan-Elmwood Millonaires 4-games-to-3
Pattison Cup Championship
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Warroad Lakers 4-games-to-1
see 1979-80 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Playoffs

Western Canadian ChampionshipEdit

Allan Cup Playoffs
Western Canada Allan Cup Final (Patton Cup)
St. Boniface Mohawks lost to Spokane Flyers (WIHL) 3-games-to-none
see 1979-80 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Gerard McDonald St. Boniface Mohawks
Top Goaltending (GAA)  ?????
Scoring Champion  ?????

First All-Star Team
Kim MarchukGuy LashTom Goddard
Warroad LakersSt. Boniface MohawksWarroad Lakers

Gerard McDonaldDoug Shaw
St. Boniface MohawksEast Kildonan-Elmwood Millionaires

Peter Wasolovich
Warroad Lakers

Second All-Star Team
Barry KibseyJim ColeBrian Lee
St. Boniface MohawksSteinbach HuskiesEast Kildonan-Elmwood Millionaires

Dennis EwaldCal Land
Warroad LakersSt. James Flyers

Karl Friesen
St. Boniface Mohawks

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