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The Manitoba Hockey Association was an early men's senior ice hockey league playing around 1900 in Manitoba, Canada. The league started as an elite amateur league, became professional in 1905, had a professional and an amateur league in 1908–09 and only amateur from 1909 until 1923. Two teams from this league have won the Stanley Cup, the Winnipeg Victorias and the Kenora Thistles. Three other teams from the league have challenged for the Stanley Cup: Brandon Wheat Cities, Winnipeg Maple Leafs, and the Winnipeg Rowing Club. Other teams have won the Allan Cup: Winnipeg Hockey Club, Winnipeg Falcons, Winnipeg Monarchs and Winnipeg Victorias.
It also was known as the Manitoba Hockey League and Manitoba Professional Hockey League in following years.
The Association was formed on November 11, 1892 to organize ice hockey play in Manitoba.
Manitoba & Northwestern Hockey AssociationEdit
In 1904, it would absorb the Manitoba & Northwestern Hockey Association league, and include the Rat Portage/Kenora Thistles team from outside the province.
Manitoba Professional Hockey League (MPHL)Edit
In 1905, the league started to have professional players, and renamed itself the MPHL. This lasted until the end of the 1908–09 season, when several teams folded.
Manitoba Hockey League (MHL)Edit
Starting in the 1908–09 season, the MHL was started as an amateur senior-level league. The teams from this league would be eligible for the new Allan Cup.
Manitoba Amateur Hockey AssociationEdit
With the founding of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association in 1914, the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association was formed to administrate amateur ice play in Manitoba. The Manitoba Hockey Association continued as the organizer of the MHL.
|1892–93||Fort Osborne Rifles, Winnipeg Winnipegs, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias|
|1893–94||Winnipeg Dragoons, Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias|
|1894–95||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias|
|1895–96||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias†|
|1896–97||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias|
|1897–98||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias|
|1898–99||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias|
|1899–1900||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias|
|1900–01||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias†|
|1901–02||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias|
|1902–03||Winnipeg Rowing Club, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Rowing Club|
|1903–04||Winnipeg Rowing Club, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Rowing Club|
|1904–05||Brandon Wheat Cities, Portage la Prairie Cities, Rat Portage Thistles, Winnipeg Rowing Club, Winnipeg Victorias||Rat Portage Thistles|
|1905–06||Brandon Wheat Cities, Kenora Thistles, Portage la Prairie Cities, Winnipeg Rowing Club, Winnipeg Victorias||Kenora Thistles|
† Stanley Cup winner.
Manitoba Professional Hockey LeagueEdit
|1906–07||Brandon Wheat Cities, Kenora Thistles‡, Portage la Prairie Cities, Winnipeg Strathconas||Kenora Thistles|
|1907–08||Brandon Wheat Cities†, Kenora Thistles†, Portage la Prairie Cities, Winnipeg Maple Leafs, Winnipeg Strathconas||Winnipeg Maple Leafs|
|1908–09||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Maple Leafs, Winnipeg Shamrocks||Winnipeg Shamrocks|
‡ Stanley Cup winner.
† Brandon and Kenora only played one game in 1907–08 season before ceasing play.
In parallel with the MPHL, the MHA started the MHL amateur senior league in 1908–09.
Manitoba Hockey LeagueEdit
|1908-1909||Winnipeg Capitals, Winnipeg Varsity, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias|
|1909-1910||Winnipeg Capitals, Winnipeg Varsity, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Varsity|
|1910-1911||Winnipeg Monarchs, Winnipeg Varsity, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias‡|
|1911-1912||Winnipeg Monarchs, Winnipeg Varsity, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias‡|
|1912-1913||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Varsity, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg HC‡|
|1914-1915||Winnipeg Monarchs, Winnipeg Varsity, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Monarchs‡|
|1915-1916 A||Winnipeg 61st Battalion, Winnipeg Monarchs, Winnipeg Soldiers||Winnipeg 61st Battalion‡|
|1915-1916 B||Winnipeg Falcons, Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Monarchs|
|1918-1919||Brandon Wheat Cities, Selkirk Fishermen, Winnipeg Argonauts, Winnipeg Monarchs||Selkirk Fishermen|
|1919-1920 Manitoba||Brandon Wheat Cities, Selkirk Fishermen, Winnipeg Falcons||Winnipeg Falcons‡|
|1919-1920 Winnipeg||Winnipeg HC, Winnipeg Monarchs, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg HC|
|1920-1921 Manitoba||Brandon Wheat Cities, Winnipeg Falcons, Winnipeg HC||Brandon Wheat Cities|
|1921-1922 Manitoba||Brandon Wheat Cities, Selkirk Fishermen, Winnipeg Falcons, Winnipeg HC||Brandon Wheat Cities|
|1921-1922 Winnipeg||Winnipeg Monarchs, Winnipeg Tigers, Winnipeg Varsity, Winnipeg Victorias||Winnipeg Victorias|
|1922-1923 Manitoba||Brandon Wheat Cities, Fort William Beavers, Port Arthur Bearcats, Selkirk Fishermen, Winnipeg Falcons, Winnipeg HC||Brandon Wheat Cities|
‡ Allan Cup winners.
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