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1 South Eastern Manitoba Hockey League Championship

The Warroad Lakers were an American Senior team from Warroad, Minnesota.

The Lakers played in Thunder Bay Amateur Hockey Association and Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association in various senior and intermediate leagues and were granted special eligibility for the Allan Cup and Hardy Cup by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. The Lakers are three-time Allan Cup Champions, and one-time Hardy Cup Champions.

History (1946-47 to 1996-97)Edit

The Cal Marvin Story from the Vintage Minnesota Hockey site

At the 1973-74 Hardy Cup Championships, the Lakers faced the Ottawa District Hockey Association's Embrun Panthers. The Lakers swept them 3-games-to-none to win their only Hardy Cup. Three years later, the Lakers faced New Brunswick's Campbellton Tigers at the 1976-77 Hardy Cup Championships, but fell 3-games-to-1.

The Warroad Lakers are only the second American team in Allan Cup history to be Canadian National Senior "AAA" Champions. They won the 1994 Allan Cup on home ice, the next year they won the 1995 Allan Cup in Stony Plain, Alberta, and then won the 1996 Allan Cup in Unity, Saskatchewan to become the only team in history to win three consecutive Allan Cups. A season later, the Lakers failed to defeat the Powell River Regals in the 1997 Allan Cup final, which would have given them four in a row if won.


All four of the Lakers' winning teams have been inducted into the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame.

Prior to 96-97, manager & founder Cal Marvin announced that this the Lakers fiftieth season would be their last.

ChampionshipsEdit

Canadian Senior (Allan Cup)Edit

Thunder Bay Senior Championships 1965
Manitoba Senior Championships (Pattison Cup) 1969, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997
Canadian Senior Championships (Allan Cup) 1994, 1995, 1996

Canadian Intermediate (Hardy Cup)Edit

Thunder Bay Intermediate Championships 1963, 1964
Manitoba Intermediate Championships 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1987
Western Canadian Intermediate Championships (Edmonton Journal Trophy) 1964, 1974, 1977
Canadian Intermediate Championships (Hardy Cup) 1974

otherEdit

United States Intermediate Championships 1955
Canadian Central Hockey League Championships 1972, 1974

Season-by-Season RecordEdit

Note: click on season for team roster or on league for direct link to that season.

Season League GP W L T GF GA Pts Finish Playoffs
1946-47 SDHL na na na na na na na na na
1947-48 SDHL na na na na na na na na na
1948-49 SDHL na na na na na na na na na
1950-51 NWHL na na na na na na na na na
1964-65 Independent stats not available - - -
MIHL 16 14 2 0 74 48 - - -
1964-65 Western Allan Cup Playoffs 7 4 3 0 32 24 - - lost Patton Cup
1965-66 MSHL 24 15 4 5 127 79 35 1st lost Semi-Final
1966-67 MSHL 24 15 9 0 119 105 30 3rd lost Semi-Final
1967-68 MSHL 24 8 15 1 88 88 17 4th DNQ
1968-69 MSHL 23 13 10 0 129 111 26 1st Won League
1968-69 Western Allan Cup Playoffs 3 0 3 0 7 23 - - lost Quarter-Final
1969-70 MSHL 24 18 6 0 160 90 36 1st lost Final
1970-71 MSHL 17 12 5 0 88 74 24 2nd lost Semi-Final
1971-72 CCHL 24 21 3 0 134 73 42 1st none
1972-73 CCHL 30 23 7 0 172 84 60 2nd defaulted Final
1973-74 CCHL 24 18 5 1 164 84 37 1st Won League
1974-75 MEHL stats & results not available
1975-76 MEHL stats & results not available
1976-77 MEHL stats & results not available
1977-78 MAHL stats & results not available
1978-79 MAHL stats & results not available
1979-80 CASHL 32 20 12 0 NA NA 40 1st lost Final
1980-81 CASHL 32 15 15 2 163 152 32 3rd lost Semi-Final
1981-82 CASHL 29 9 20 0 128 157 18 4th lost Semi-Final
1982-83 CASHL 32 11 20 1 169 182 23 5th lost Semi-Final
1983-84 CASHL 34 15 18 1 182 195 35 5th lost Quarter-Final
1984-85 SEMHL stats & results not available
1986-87 SEMHL stats & results not available
1989-90 SEMHL stats & results not available
1990-91 CASHL stats & results not available lost Final
1991-92 Independent stats not available - - -
1991-92 Manitoba Senior 'AAA' Playoffs 7 4 3 0 NA NA - - Won Pattison Cup
1991-92 Man-Sask Senior 'AAA' Playoffs 3 3 0 0 NA NA - - Won Series
1991-92 Allan Cup Tournament 3 1 2 0 16 21 - - DNQ
1992-93 Independent stats not available - - -
1992-93 Manitoba Senior 'AAA' Playoffs 7 4 3 0 NA NA - - Won Pattison Cup
1992-93 Man-Sask Senior 'AAA' Playoffs 3 3 0 0 NA NA - - Won Series
1992-93 Allan Cup Tournament 4 1 2 1 28 29 - - lost Semi-Final
1993-94 Independent stats not available - - -
1993-94 Manitoba Senior 'AAA' Playoffs stats not available - - Won Pattison Cup
1993-94 Allan Cup Tournament 5 4 1 0 25 15 - - Won Allan Cup
1994-95 Independent stats not available - - -
SEMHL 12 8 3 1 - - -
1994-95 Manitoba Senior 'AAA' Tournament stats not available - - Won Pattison Cup
1994-95 Man-Sask Senior 'AAA' Playoffs 3 1 2 0 NA NA - - Won by defaulted
1994-95 Allan Cup Tournament 4 3 1 0 20 15 - - Won Allan Cup
1995-96 Independent stats not available - - -
1995-96 Manitoba Senior 'AAA' Tournament 4 4 0 0 46 9 - - Won Pattison Cup
1995-96 Man-Sask Senior 'AAA' Playoffs 3 3 0 0 NA NA - - Won Series
1995-96 Allan Cup Tournament 4 4 0 0 27 8 - - Won Allan Cup
1996-97 Independent 15 11 3 1 - - -
HTHL 16 16 0 0 187 47 - - -
1996-97 HM Sr-AAA 4 3 1 - 20 16 - - Won Manitoba
1996-97 Man-Sask 3 3 0 0 - - Won Series
1996-97 Allan Cup 5 2 3 0 16 20 - - lost Final

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