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HistoryEdit

From 1955 through 1964, 10 straight years, the Winnipeg Maroons were Manitoba’s only senior A hockey team. It was automatic, they represented Manitoba in Allan Cup playoffs. In 56-57, when the Maroons did not compete, Manitoba had no representative. During this time span the Maroons played a make shift schedule, representing Manitoba nine times, and winning three Patton Cups, as Western Canada Champion.

After the 64 season, the Maroons joined with the Canadian National Team, who had just relocated to Winnipeg. Needing an Allan Cup representative, Manitoba turned to the Manitoba Intermediate AA Hockey League.

For 65-66, the Manitoba Senior Hockey League was reborn, and the Maroons were back. The League lasted six seasons, but in its final season, only half of the Leagues 4 teams register as Seniors. The other half as Intermediate. This caused the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association to pull the Provincial Championship.

The Maroons return was shorted lived, lasting only 2 seasons, before the team relocated to St. Boniface, becoming the St. Boniface Mohawks. The Maroons left as Manitoba champs in 67, and in 68, the Mohawks continued the winning tradition capturing both the Manitoba Championship, and the Western Canada title in their inaugural season. The Mohawks would go on to win 3 Manitoba Championships in their first 4 seasons.

In 69, Warroad Lakers became the first United States based team to win the Pattison Cup.

During the next four years, 1972-75, the Mohawks played off only once, against the East Kildonan Screaming Eagles in 73, for the Provincial crown. Representing Manitoba all four years, and winning the Patton Cup in 73.

In 76, the creation of the Central Amateur Senior Hockey League ushered in a new era of stability. The League existed for 16 seasons, crowning Manitoba’s champ in each of them. CASHL teams captured 7 Patton Cups,
the Steinbach Huskies were the first in 79, followed by a pair from St. Boniface in 81 & 83. The powerhouse Thunder Bay Twins not only collected Pattons, but Allan Cups as well. Winning both in 84, 85, 88, & 91.
At it's demise, the Central Amateur Senior Hockey League was Canada’s last true Senior Hockey League.

For the next three years, 1992-94, the Warroad Lakers and the St. Boniface Mohawks played off for the Provincial Championship, Warroad won all three. Both played an exhibition schedule during the regular season. Prior to the 93-94 season, the Mohawks announced that ‘this year would be their last’. Warroad hosted the 94 Allan Cup, both the Lakers and Mohawks qualified and met in the championship game. Warroad won the Cup.

St. Boniface Mohawks in 27 years, represented Manitoba 14 times in Allan Cup play, winning 4 Patton Cups.

In 95 & 96, tournaments were held to crown a Provincial champion, with Warroad winning both. The Lakers would win their last championship in 97, defeating the Ile des Chenes North Stars in a Provincial playoff.

Warroad Lakers won three straight Allan Cups and were gunning for a four peat in their 50th and last year.

Ile des Chenes would represent Manitoba for the next two years, the province’s only senior team in 1998, and winning a play-off in 99 with Peguis Mohawks.

Pattison Cup

CategoriesEdit

This category of hockey was called:

  • Senior
  • Senior A (???? to 1983)

Currently Senior AAA, since 1983

ChampionshipsEdit

Manitoba Senior Hockey ChampionsEdit

Pattison Cup, first awarded in 1902.
Note: 1923 to 1925 & from 1928 to 1929 this was a combined Manitoba / Northwest Ontario champship.

Year Team Year Team Year Team
1918 Winnipeg Ypres 1919 Selkirk Hockey Club 1920 Winnipeg Falcons
1921 Brandon Hockey Club 1922 Brandon Hockey Club 1923 Souris Hockey Club
1924 Selkirk Fishermen 1925 Port Arthur Hockey Club 1926 Winnipeg Tammany Tigers
1927 Winnipegs 1928 University of Manitoba 1929 Port Arthur Hockey Club
1930 Elmwood Millionaires 1931 Winnipegs 1932 Winnipegs
1933 Selkirk Fishermen 1934 Winnipeg Monarchs 1935 Winnipeg Falcons
1936 Flin Flon Bombers 1937 Winnipeg Canada Packers 1938 Red Lake Thunderers
1939 Stonewall Hockey Club 1940 Royal Winnipeg Rifles 1941 7th Infantry Brigade
1942 Winnipeg Navy 1943 RCAF Bombers 1944 none
1945 none 1946 Stan Evans Orioles 1947 Winnipeg Reo Flyers
1948 Winnipeg Reo Flyers 1949 Winnipeg Nationals 1950 Emerson Canadians
1951 Letellier Maple Leafs 1952 Letellier Maple Leafs 1953 Winnipeg Maroons
1954 Winnipeg Maroons 1955 Winnipeg Maroons 1956 Winnipeg Maroons
1957 none 1958 Winnipeg Maroons 1959 Winnipeg Maroons
1960 Winnipeg Maroons 1961 Winnipeg Maroons 1962 Winnipeg Maroons
1963 Winnipeg Maroons 1964 Winnipeg Maroons 1965 Transcona Lions
1966 Selkirk Fishermen 1967 Winnipeg Maroons 1968 St. Boniface Mohawks
1969 Warroad Lakers 1970 St. Boniface Mohawks 1971 St. Boniface Mohawks
1972 St. Boniface Mohawks 1973 St. Boniface Mohawks 1974 St. Boniface Mohawks
1975 St. Boniface Mohawks 1976 St. Boniface Mohawks 1977 Brandon Olympics
1978 Brandon Olympics 1979 Steinbach Huskies 1980 St. Boniface Mohawks
1981 St. Boniface Mohawks 1982 St. Boniface Mohawks 1983 St. Boniface Mohawks
1984 Thunder Bay Twins 1985 Thunder Bay Twins 1986 St. Boniface Mohawks
1987 St. James Flames 1988 Thunder Bay Twins 1989 St. Boniface Mohawks
1990 Thunder Bay Twins 1991 Thunder Bay Twins 1992 Warroad Lakers
1993 Warroad Lakers 1994 Warroad Lakers 1995 Warroad Lakers
1996 Warroad Lakers 1997 Warroad Lakers 1998 Ile des Chenes North Stars
1999 Ile des Chenes North Stars 2000 Grunthal Red Wings 2001 Grunthal Red Wings
2002 Warroad Islanders 2003 Ile des Chenes North Stars 2004 Ile des Chenes North Stars
2005 Ile des Chenes North Stars 2006 Ile des Chenes North Stars 2007 Brandon North Stars
2008 South East Prairie Thunder 2009 South East Prairie Thunder 2010 South East Prairie Thunder
2011 South East Prairie Thunder 2012 South East Prairie Thunder 2013 South East Prairie Thunder
2014 South East Prairie Thunder 2015 South East Prairie Thunder 2016 South East Prairie Thunder

Man/Sask Senior ChampionsEdit

Year Team Year Team Year Team
1992 Warroad Lakers 1993 Warroad Lakers 1995 Warroad Lakers
1996 Warroad Lakers 1997 Warroad Lakers 1998 Ile des Chenes North Stars
2002 Warroad Islanders 2003 Ile des Chenes North Stars 2010 South East Prairie Thunder
2011 South East Prairie Thunder 2014 South East Prairie Thunder 2015 South East Prairie Thunder

Western Canada Senior Hockey ChampionsEdit

Patton Cup (1925 to 1991)

Year Team Year Team Year Team
1925 Port Arthur Bearcats 1928 University of Manitoba 1929 Port Arthur Bearcats
1931 Winnipegs 1961 Winnipeg Maroons 1963 Winnipeg Maroons
1964 Winnipeg Maroons 1968 St. Boniface Mohawks 1973 St. Boniface Mohawks
1979 Steinbach Huskies 1981 St. Boniface Mohawks 1983 St. Boniface Mohawks
1984 Thunder Bay Twins 1985 Thunder Bay Twins 1988 Thunder Bay Twins
1991 Thunder Bay Twins -

Canada Senior Hockey ChampionsEdit

Allan Cup

Year Team Year Team Year Team
1920 Winnipeg Falcons 1925 Port Arthur Bearcats 1928 University of Manitoba
1929 Port Arthur Bearcats 1931 Winnipegs 1964 Winnipeg Maroons
1984 Thunder Bay Twins 1985 Thunder Bay Twins 1988 Thunder Bay Twins
1989 Thunder Bay Twins 1994 Warroad Lakers 1995 Warroad Lakers
1996 Warroad Lakers 2003 Ile des Chenes North Stars 2012 South East Prairie Thunder
2015 South East Prairie Thunder

LeaguesEdit

Championship LeaguesEdit

Note: ( ) Reflects years not seasons, years reflect awarding of Manitoba Championship. (list: 1918 to 2016)

Other LeaguesEdit

Notes: ( ) Reflects years not seasons, years reflect League Team(s) involvement. (list: 1939 to 2016)

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