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- Goalie Ernie Wakely of the Winnipeg Braves was named Canada's outstanding junior hockey player for the month of January.
- Brandon's George Hill won his second consecutive scoring championship, and also led the league in goals. Linemate Barry Hogan led in assists, setting a record for right wingers. Wakely had the top goals against average.
- Clarence Campbell president of the NHL attended inaugural Manitoba–Saskatchewan All-Star Game in Winnipeg. The MJHL scored a 6-2 triumph over the SJHL to win the Charlie Gardiner Memorial Trophy.
- Scoring leader Gerry Kell of Brandon, set a single season record for assists with 53. Linemate Marc Dufour led in goals and Brian Lunney of the Winnipeg Monarchs in goals against average.
- The SJHL scored the first two goals of the game, held period leads of 2-1 and 4-1; defeating the MJHL 5-2 in the Manitoba - Saskatchewan All-Star Game.
- Jim Irving, captain of the Winnipeg Rangers, was named Manitoba's outstanding junior athlete for 1963 and received the Carl Pederson Memorial Award.
- Scoring leader was Bob Stoyko of Brandon, most goals Ted Irvine and Wayne Kitchen from St. Boniface Canadiens. Dennis Hextall led in assists, and Ken Kachulak in goals against average, both from Brandon.
- The MJHL expands to Ontario, with the Fort Frances Royals joining the league.
- The SJHL click for three unanswered goals in the third period, two within 25 seconds, to beat the MJHL 5-2 in the 3rd annual Manitoba - Saskatchewan All-Star Game.
- John Vopni of Brandon, led the league in goals, assists, and points. Teammate Ken Kachulak set a League record for goals against average.
- The powerhouse Brandon Wheat Kings, built by Jake Milford won it's third MJHL title in a row, and forth in five years.
- Both the Brandon Wheat Kings and the Fort Frances Royals transfer out of the League. This creates a 4 team all-Winnipeg league.
- Scoring leader was Ken Sucharski of the Winnipeg Warriors, most goals Terry Jones from the Winnipeg Rangers. Doug Overton, Sucharski linemate, led in assists, setting a record for left wingers. Wayne Stephenson of the Winnipeg Braves was tops in goals against average.
- Goaltender Wayne Stephenson led the Winnipeg Braves to the MJHL Championship in 1965.
- The Brandon Wheat Kings rejoin along with the Flin Flon Bombers.
- For the second year in a row, while leading a league in scoring, Juha Widing of the Brandon Wheat Kings suffers season ending injury. Before the injury, Widing set league records for goals, assists, and points.
- Future Hall of Famer Bobby Clarke of the Flin Flon Bombers set league records for most goals (71), assists (112), and points (183), in a single season. Clarke led the Bombers to win the MJHL title.