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In 1936, the Woodhaven Leafs were restructured and became the St. James Canadians.
For the 1945-46 season, the Team joined forces with Stan Evans Orioles, becoming the St. James Orioles.
After spending the 1945-46 season in a joint venture, the Canadians were flying solo once again for 1946-47. In December, the club became affiliated with the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League and adopted the french spelling of "Canadiens". Before the New Year bell struck, the Team was renamed the Winnipeg Canadiens.
Note: click on season for team rosters or on league for direct link to that season.
|St. James Canadians|
|1936-37||MJHL||16||6||9||1||72||98||13||4th B Div||DNQ|
|1938-39||MJHL||18||8||9||1||77||73||17||2nd North||Lost Div Semi|
|1939-40||MJHL||18||8||10||0||68||64||16||3rd North||Lost Div Final|
|1941-42||MJHL||18||9||9||0||106||107||18||2nd South||Lost Div Final|
|1942-43||MJHL||16||6||10||0||82||89||12||3rd South||Lost Div Final|
|1943-44||MJHL||10||5||5||0||36||48||10||2nd South||Won League|
|1943-44||Memorial Cup||4||1||3||-||13||19||-||-||Lost West Semi|
|St. James Orioles|
MJHL Award Winners, League Leaders, & All-StarsEdit
|Garry Blaine||Andy Hebenton||Bobby Kirk|
|Odie Lowe||Nick Mickoski||Al Millar|