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This is the 1983-84 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

  • League Expands, accepting the Morden Bombers.
  • League schedules 120 games, 40 per team.
  • Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association announced that League playoffs would be for the Pattison Cup,
Manitoba Senior 'AAA' Hockey Championship

Regular SeasonEdit

1983-84 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Standings
Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
Thunder Bay Twins 34 25 (3) 8 (2) 1 226 143 57
St. Boniface Mohawks 34 20 (3) 12 (2) 2 226 189 48
Steinbach Huskies 35 14 (4) 17 (1) 4 174 198 40
East Kildonan-Elmwood Millionaires 35 15 (2) 18 (3) 2 188 227 36
Warroad Lakers 34 15 (2) 18 (3) 1 182 195 35
Morden Bombers 34 7 (1) 23 (4) 4 170 214 20

Note: ( ) Number of four-point game wins and loses.

Even though the regular season was altered with the cancellation of 15 games, and the change to 15
four point games. Only 2 games were unaccounted for, Thunder Bay & Morden (never played) and St. Boniface & Warroad (ordered replayed, but never happened).

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter-Finals
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Warroad Lakers 3-games-to-2
Steinbach Huskies defeated East Kildonan-Elmwood Millonaires 3-games-to-1
Semi-Finals
Thunder Bay Twins defeated Morden Bombers 4-games-to-none
Steinbach Huskies defeated St. Boniface Mohawks 3-games-to-1
Pattison Cup Championship
Thunder Bay Twins defeated Steinbach Huskies 4-games-to-1
see 1983-84 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Playoffs

Western Canadian ChampionshipEdit

Allan Cup Playoffs
Western Canada Allan Cup Final (Patton Cup)
Thunder Bay Twins defeated Spokane Chiefs (WIHL) 3-games-to-none
see 1983-84 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs

Canadian ChampionshipEdit

Allan Cup Championship
Thunder Bay Twins defeated Cambridge Hornets (OHASr) 4-games-to-1
see 1984 Allan Cup


Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Gerry Cizmar Thunder Bay Twins 34 41 75
2 Ken Krentz Steinbach Huskies 35 37 72
3 Brent Sapergia Warroad Lakers 37 31 68
4 Len Krystik St. Boniface Mohawks 29 36 65
5 Neil Thomson St. Boniface Mohawks 31 31 60
John Barkwell St. Boniface Mohawks 25 37 60
7 Luc St. Mars St. Boniface Mohawks 35 19 54
8 Lyle Loewen Steinbach Huskies 27 24 51
9 Glen White Warroad Lakers 23 25 48
Brian Contant St. Boniface Mohawks 18 30 48

AwardsEdit

Trophy Winner Team
MVP Brent Sapergia Warroad Lakers
Top Goaltending (GAA)  ?????
Scoring Champion Gerry Cizmar Thunder Bay Twins


First All-Star Team
Danny GruenBrent SapergiaLuc St. Mars
Thunder Bay TwinsWarroad LakersSt. Boniface Mohawks


John BarkwellDennis Owchar
St. Boniface MohawksThunder Bay Twins


Frank Hunt
Thunder Bay Twins


Coach • Manager
Ron BusniukGary Cook
Thunder Bay TwinsThunder Bay Twins


Second All-Star Team
Gerry CizmarKen KrentzLyle Loewen
Thunder Bay TwinsSteinbach HuskiesSteinbach Huskies


Brian LeeBill McDonald
East Kildonan-Elmwood MillionairesThunder Bay Twins


Andy Stoesz
Steinbach Huskies


Coach • Manager
Frank PorcoCal Marvin
Steinbach HuskiesWarroad Lakers

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