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The Kenora Muskies were a Canadian Junior "A" ice hockey team from Kenora, Ontario. They were members of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL).

In the fall of 1967, Kenora along with the Selkirk Steelers, Portage Terriers, and Dauphin Kings started the Central Manitoba Junior Hockey League. Kenora operated out of Fort Garry, Manitoba for the 67-68 season and were called the Frontiermen. The very next year, the CMJHL merged with the MJHL.

In the summer of 75, the team were renamed the Kenora Thistles, in honor of the 1907 Stanley Cup winning team.

For continuation of this franchise see Kenora Thistles (MJHL).

Season-by-Season RecordEdit

Note: click on season for team rosters or on league for direct link to that season.

Season League GP W L T GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1967-68 CMJHL 24 7 17 0 105 157 14 3rd Lost Semi
1968-69 MJHL 34 13 21 0 177 190 26 3rd North Lost Div Final
1969-70 MJHL 34 20 13 1 192 148 41 2nd North Lost Div Final
1970-71 MJHL 48 29 16 3 228 179 61 1st North Lost Final
1971-72 MJHL 47 25 22 0 230 223 50 3rd North Lost Div Semi
1972-73 MJHL 48 21 26 1 288 295 43 2nd North Lost Div Final
1973-74 MJHL 48 10 38 0 199 342 20 5th North DNQ
1974-75 MJHL 48 15 33 0 243 331 30 4th North DNQ

League RecordsEdit

Record Breaker
Season Player Category Amount
1970-71 Ken George Most Goals--Left Winger 48
1972-73 Carl Haney Most Goals--Left Winger 54
Jim Gustafson Most Assists--Left Wing 55
1974-75 Carl Haney Most Goals--Left Winger 55

MJHL Award Winners, League Leaders, & All-StarsEdit

Season Player Achievement
1969-70 Ken George Scoring Champion
Most Goals (tied)
Tom Thomsen Most Assists
1970-71 Ken George Most Goals
North Division First All-Star Team
Tom Thomsen North Division First All-Star Team
Rick St. Croix North Division Second All-Star Team
Manley Dubroy North Division Second All-Star Team
Rick Miller North Division Second All-Star Team
1971-72 Kim Murphy Scoring Champion
Most Goals
1972-73 Charlie Simmer Scoring Champion
Most Assists
North Division First All-Star Team
Carl Haney Most Goals
North Division First All-Star Team
Chuck Luksa North Division First All-Star Team
Murray Fadden North Division First All-Star Team
1974-75 Greg Fixture Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Award

NHL AlumniEdit

Mitch Babin Tim Coulis Chuck Luksa
Dennis Olson Charlie Simmer Rick St. Croix

NHL Draft PicksEdit

Draft Year Player Drafted by Round Overall
1970 Gerald Haines St. Louis Blues 14 115
1974 Charlie Simmer California Golden Seals 3 39
Brian Kuruliak Kansas City Scouts 9 145
Chuck Luksa Montreal Canadiens 10 172
Mitch Babin St. Louis Blues 11 180
1975 Rick St. Croix Philadelphia Flyers 4 72
Jim Gustafson St. Louis Blues 5 81
1978 Tim Coulis Washington Capitals 1 18

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