The Allan Cup was a challenge cup, which meant that the previous year's winner kept the cup until defeated in league play or a playoff.

The Winnipeg Monarchs won the Winnipeg Hockey League of which the Winnipeg Winnipegs, the defending champions, were also a member. This gave the Monarchs the Allan Cup.



First challenge[edit | edit source]

Kenora Thistles won the Manitoba & Western League.

This series was also for the Manitoba senior hockey championship.

sudden death

@ Winnipeg

Winnipeg Monarchs kept the Allan Cup.


Preliminary[edit | edit source]

Edmonton Dominions won the Alberta senior championship.

Regina Victorias won the Saskatchewan senior championship.

sudden death

@Moose Jaw

  • Wednesday, March 11 Regina 5 Edmonton 4

Regina Victorias went on to challenge for the Allan Cup.


Second challenge[edit | edit source]

sudden death

@ Winnipeg

Regina Victorias won the Allan Cup.


Third challenge[edit | edit source]

Grand'Mere won the Interprovincial Hockey Union (Ottawa-Quebec).

2 games total goals

@ Regina

  • Monday March 16 Regina 6 Grand'Mere 4
  • Wednesday March 18 Regina 4 Grand'Mere 1

Regina Victorias beat Grand'Mere 10 goals to 5.

Regina Victorias kept the Allan Cup.


Note: Toronto R & AA, which won the Ontario senior championship, chose not to challenge.


Team Photos[edit | edit source]


Game Ads[edit | edit source]

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