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This is the 1988-89 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

Manitoba Senior 'AAA' Hockey Championship

TeamsEdit

Team                       GP    W    L    T    GF    GA     P
Thunder Bay Twins          23    23   0    0    166   77     69
St. Boniface Mohawks       32    14   14   4    165   173    32
Brandon Sportsmen          31    11   16   4    159   178    26
St. James Flames           30    5    23   2    143   206    12

All Twins games were for 3 points.

PlayoffsEdit

Semi-Finals
Thunder Bay Twins defeated St. James Flames 4-games-to-1
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Brandon Sportsmen 4-games-to-1
Pattison Cup Championship
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Thunder Bay Twins 4-games-to-2
see 1988-89 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Playoffs

Canadian ChampionshipEdit

Allan Cup Championship
Host Thunder Bay Twins defeated St. Boniface Mohawks in Tournament Final
see 1989 Allan Cup


AwardsEdit

Trophy Winner Team
MVP  ?????
Top Goaltending (GAA)  ?????
Scoring Champion  ?????


First All-Star Team
Kelvin LoebKen SchneiderClint Haight
St. Boniface MohawksBrandon SportsmenBrandon Sportsmen


Marc ChorneyRich Strachen
Thunder Bay TwinsSt. Boniface Mohawks


Rod Sachs
Thunder Bay Twins


Second All-Star Team
Kevin MartyniukKelvin MartyniukRon Talakoski
St. James FlamesSt. James FlamesThunder Bay Twins


Rory CavaLaverne Popple
Thunder Bay TwinsBrandon Sportsmen


Keith Gibson
St. James Flames


Coach • Manager
Frank PorcoGary Cook
St. Boniface MohawksThunder Bay Twins

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