The WJrHL was run and controlled by the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association.
MAHA Notes[edit | edit source]
League President: Ralph Patterson
Grand Trunk Pacific & Winnipeg Argonauts withdrew.
Assiniboia, Winnipeg Victoria Bisons, & Winnipegs admitted.
Selkirk Fishermen & Winnipeg Monarchs transferred to "A" Division.
Winnipeg Pilgrims & Winnipeg Tammany Tigers transferred to "B" Division.
Six man hockey to be play as per Canadian Amateur Hockey Association constitution.
Game lineup size at eight players, and teams permitted to register 12 players.
No player transfers after January 15.
Sweaters to be furnished with numbers on their back.
40 games scheduled, 8 per team. Each team plays other divisional teams two times.
|first season of six man hockey|
and numbers on sweaters
"A" Division[edit | edit source]
|Johnny Sheppard • Joe Thorsteinson|
"B" Division[edit | edit source]
League Final[edit | edit source]
|#1||February 24||Selkirk||6||YMLC||5||@ Amphitheatre|
|#2||February 27||Selkirk||4||YMLC||0||@ Arena|
|Selkirk Fishermen defeated Young Mens Lutheran Club 10 goals to 5|
|Selkirk Fishermen won Winnipeg and District Junior Hockey League Championship|
and Turnbull Cup, Manitoba Junior Hockey Championship
|Fishermen were the first recipient of the Turnbull Cup|
Memorial Cup Playoffs[edit | edit source]
|Western Canada Semi Final|
|#1||February 28||Selkirk||7||Regina||4||@ Regina|
|#2||March 1||Selkirk||3||Regina||2||@ Regina|
|Selkirk Fishermen defeated Regina Victorias (SAHA) 10 goals to 6|
|Western Canada Final|
|#1||March 3||Selkirk||8||Calgary||2||@ Regina|
|#2||March 5||Selkirk||3||Calgary||3||@ Regina|
|Selkirk Fishermen defeated Calgary Monarchs (CJHL) 11 goals to 5|
|Selkirk Fishermen won Abbott Cup, Western Canada Junior Hockey Championship|
|Fishermen were the first Manitoba team to win the Abbott Cup|
|#1||March 23||Toronto||10||Selkirk||1||@ Toronto|
|#2||March 25||Toronto||5||Selkirk||4||@ Toronto|
|Selkirk Fishermen lost to Toronto Canoe Club (OHA) 15 goals to 5|