Southern Group[edit | edit source]

Standings[edit | edit source]

Standings GP W L T GF GA Pts
Regina Victorias 8 5 3 0 66 47 10
Moose Jaw Millers 8 5 3 0 68 48 10
Weyburn Wanderers 8 2 6 0 42 81 4


Games[edit | edit source]

Date Winner Loser Location
January 3 Regina 16 Weyburn 5 Regina
January 8 Regina 8 Moose Jaw 4 Moose Jaw
January 13 Moose Jaw 6 Weyburn 5 Weyburn
January 17 Weyburn 4 Regina 2 Weyburn
January 22 Regina 9 Moose Jaw 6 Regina
January 27 Moose Jaw 13 Weyburn 4 Moose Jaw
January 31 Regina 11 Weyburn 8 Regina
February 3 Moose Jaw 10 Regina 8 Moose Jaw
February 7 Weyburn 9 Moose Jaw 8 Weyburn
February 12 Regina 9 Weyburn 5 Weyburn
February 17 Moose Jaw 5 Regina 3 Regina
February 21 Moose Jaw 16 Weyburn 2 Moose Jaw


Final[edit | edit source]

2 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
February 25 Regina 8 Moose Jaw 6 Regina
February 27 Regina 8 Moose Jaw 7 Moose Jaw

Regina Victorias beat Moose Jaw Millers 16 goals to 13.

Saskatoon City Group[edit | edit source]

This group was not organized until February.

Originally it was made up of four teams - Quakers, Pilgrims, Normal School, and the University of Saskatchewan. The Normal School withdrew before the season started. The Quakers dropped out after two games in order to play in the unofficial Western Canada championships.

Games[edit | edit source]

The Pilgimas and University had split their games so a final was necessary.

Final[edit | edit source]

Sudden death



Provincial Final[edit | edit source]

Sudden death

Note: There was no senior competition in the province this season.

The Saskatoon Quakers participated in the unofficial Western Canada championship. See 1918-19 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.

Game Ads[edit | edit source]



See Also[edit | edit source]

List of Saskatchewan Intermediate Playoffs

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