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The St. James Hockey Club operated a Canadian Junior "A" ice hockey team from St. James, Manitoba.
They were members of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League for 15 seasons, from 1936 to 1951.

HistoryEdit

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.

In 1951, the team was sold and relocated to St. Boniface, becoming the St. Boniface Canadiens.

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
St. James Canadians
1936-37 MJHL 16 6 9 1 72 98 13 4th B Div DNQ
1937-38 MJHL 16 4 9 3 11 4th North 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
1940-41 MJHL 18 5 13 0 94 150 10 4th South DNQ
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
1944-45 MJHL 9 3 6 0 56 70 6 3rd South DNQ
St. James Orioles
1945-46 MJHL 10 7 3 0 59 57 14 3rd Lost Semi
Winnipeg Canadiens
1946-47 MJHL 16 10 6 0 59 93 20 4th Lost Semi
1947-48 MJHL 24 15 7 2 137 99 32 1st Lost Final
1948-49 MJHL 30 12 17 1 136 160 25 2nd Lost Final
1949-50 MJHL 36 13 22 1 141 175 27 4th DNQ
1950-51 MJHL 36 8 28 0 129 206 16 4th DNQ

MJHL Award Winners, League Leaders, & All-StarsEdit

Season Player Achievement
1947-48 Odie Lowe Scoring Champion
Most Assists
Gord Pennell Most Goals
Fred Dunsmore First All-Star Team
Sheldon Bloomer Second All-Star Team
Andy Hebenton Second All-Star Team
Jack Bourke Second All-Star Team Manager
1948-49 Andy Hebenton Most Goals
Second All-Star Team
Jim Kennedy First All-Star Team Manager
1949-50 Ron Robertson First All-Star Team
Ron Castelane Second All-Star Team
John Warren Second All-Star Team

NHL AlumniEdit

Garry Blaine Andy Hebenton Bobby Kirk
Odie Lowe Nick Mickoski Al Millar

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