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==Finalists==
 
==Finalists==
   
[[1919-20 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs|Western Canada]]: [[Winnipeg Falcons]]
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*[[1919-20 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs|Western Canada]]: [[Winnipeg Falcons]]
 
*[[1919-20 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs|Eastern Canada]]: [[University of Toronto]]
 
[[1919-20 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs|Eastern Canada]]: [[University of Toronto]]
 
   
   
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''2 games total goals''
 
''2 games total goals''
   
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{| class="prettytable" bgcolor="black"
@ Toronto
 
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! width="30%" bgcolor="#e0e0e0" | Date
 
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! width="25%" bgcolor="#e0e0e0" | Winner
*Saturday March 27 '''Winnipeg''' 8 University of Toronto 3
 
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! width="30%" bgcolor="#e0e0e0" | Loser
*Monday March 29 '''Winnipeg''' 3 University of Toronto 2
 
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! width="20%" bgcolor="#e0e0e0" | Location
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|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
| align="left" | Saturday. March 27 || '''Winnipeg 8''' || University of Toronto 3 || [[Toronto]]
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|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
| align="left" | Monday, March 29 || '''Winnipeg 3''' || University of Toronto 2 || Toronto
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|}
   
 
'''[[Winnipeg Falcons]]''' beat [[University of Toronto]] 11 goals to 5.
 
'''[[Winnipeg Falcons]]''' beat [[University of Toronto]] 11 goals to 5.

Latest revision as of 04:10, 8 February 2015

Finalists[edit | edit source]


Final[edit | edit source]

2 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
Saturday. March 27 Winnipeg 8 University of Toronto 3 Toronto
Monday, March 29 Winnipeg 3 University of Toronto 2 Toronto

Winnipeg Falcons beat University of Toronto 11 goals to 5.

Winnipeg Falcons won the Allan Cup.

Winnipeg Falcons also won the right to represent Canada at the 1920 Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.


Team Photos[edit | edit source]

19-20UToronto.jpg
19-20WinFal.jpg
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