The Central Amateur Senior Hockey League did not register for the 1993-94 season, therefore the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association disbanded the league. The Warroad Lakers and the St. Boniface Mohawks, the only two remaining teams in the Manitoba region, would once again playoff for the provincial crown for the third straight year. The Lakers and the Mohawks both played an exhibition schedule during the regular season and faced off in the best of seven game series for the Manitoba Senior AAA Championship, Pattison Cup.
|1||St. Boniface||Warroad||Tuesday, March 15||Warroad Gardens|
|2||Warroad||3||St. Boniface||6||Thursday, March 17||Bertrand Arena|
|3||St. Boniface||Warroad||Tuesday, March 22||Warroad Gardens|
|4||Warroad||St. Boniface||Thursday, March 24||Bertrand Arena|
|5||St. Boniface||Warroad||Warroad Gardens|
|6||Warroad||St. Boniface||Sunday, April 3||Bertrand Arena|
|Warroad Lakers defeated St. Boniface Mohawks 4-games-to-?|
both Warroad and St. Boniface advanced to the 1994 Allan Cup.