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The Banff Winter Carnival women’s ice hockey tournament was an ice hockey tournament played in Banff, Alberta, Canada. In the early years, it was contested to determine the women’s ice hockey provincial champions of Alberta. In later years, the winner would be awarded the Alpine Cup.

HistoryEdit

At the 1918 tournament, the Edmonton Monarchs held the distinction of being the only women’s ice hockey team at the tournament to be coached by a woman. [1] The Fernie Swastikas played their last ever game in the 1926 Tournament. [2]

List of winnersEdit

  • The following is a list of all the champions from the Banff Winter Carnival. The Banff Winter Carnival organizers were known to pay each team up to twenty-five percent of gate receipts to help cover team expenses. In later years, the Carnival would guarantee travel expenses for the competing teams.[3]
Year Winner
1917 Calgary Regents
1918 Edmonton Monarchs
1919 Calgary Regents
1920 Calgary Regents
1921 Calgary Regents
1922 Vancouver Amazons
1923 Fernie Swastikas
1924 Calgary Hollies
1925 Calgary Hollies
1926 Edmonton Monarchs
1927 Calgary Hollies
1928 Calgary Hollies
1929 Edmonton Monarchs
1930 Edmonton Monarchs
1931 Edmonton Monarchs
1932 Edmonton Monarchs
1933 Edmonton Rustlers
1934 Red Deer Amazons
1935 Red Deer Amazons
[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Women on Ice: The Early Years of Women's Hockey in Western Canada, Wayne Norton, p.137, Ronsdale Press, 2009, ISBN 978-1-55380-073-6
  2. Women on Ice: The Early Years of Women's Hockey in Western Canada, Wayne Norton, p.136, Ronsdale Press, 2009, ISBN 978-1-55380-073-6
  3. Norton 2009, p. 19
  4. Women on Ice: The Early Years of Women's Hockey in Western Canada, Wayne Norton, p.135, Ronsdale Press, 2009, ISBN 978-1-55380-073-6
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