Winning the CupEdit

Regina Victorias were the Allan Cup defending champions. When Melville Millionaires won the Southern Saskatchewan Senior League, of which the Victorias were also a member, they also won the Allan Cup.

The Haileybury Hockey Club planned to challenge for the cup, and sent a letter to W.F. Taylor, president of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, indicating their intentions to do so. Their letter was referred to the Ontario Hockey Association, which was to verify the amateur standing of the club.[1] Nothing came of the challenge in the end.

First ChallengeEdit

Prince Albert Mintos won the Northern Saskatchewan Senior League.

This was also for the Saskatchewan senior championship.

2 games total goals

  • Wednesday February 24 @ Prince Albert Melville 9 Prince Albert 8
  • Friday February 26 @ Melville Melville 6 Prince Albert 5

Melville Millionaires beat Prince Albert Mintos 15 goals to 13.

Melville Millionaires kept the Allan Cup.

Second ChallengeEdit

Toronto Victorias won the Ontario senior championship.

2 games total goals

@ Melville

  • Saturday March 5 Melville 8 Toronto 8
  • Monday March 7 Melville 7 Toronto 3

Melville Millionaires beat Toronto Victorias 15 goals to 11.

Melville Millionaires kept the Allan Cup.

Note: Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) maintained that some Melville players were ineligible because they broke residency rules and ordered the Victorias not to play that team. When the Toronto Victorias played Melville anyway, the OHA expelled the Victorias.

Third ChallengeEdit

Winnipeg Monarchs won the 1914-15 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.

2 games total goals

@ Melville

  • Wednesday March 10 Melville 4 Winnipeg 3
  • Friday March 12 Winnipeg 4 Melville 2

Winnipeg Monarchs beat Melville Millionaires 7 goals to 6.

Winnipeg Monarchs won the Allan Cup.

Team PhotosEdit

Game AdsEdit


  1. Winnipeg Free Press, 1915-02-09
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