|Moose Jaw Millers||8||5||3||0||68||48||10|
|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|
2 games total goals
|February 25||Regina 8||Moose Jaw 6||Regina|
|February 27||Regina 8||Moose Jaw 7||Moose Jaw|
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.
- February 13 Saskatoon Quakers 6 University of Saskatchewan 4
- February 18 University of Saskatchewan 9 Saskatoon Pilgrims 2
- February 20 Saskatoon Quakers 4 Saskatoon Pilgrims 1
- February 27 Saskatoon Pilgrims 5 University of Saskatchewan 4
The Pilgimas and University had split their games so a final was necessary.
Note: There was no senior competition in the province this season.