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This is the 1920-21 Winnipeg and District Junior Hockey League season.
The WJrHL became the Manitoba Junior Hockey League in 1933.


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The WJrHL was run and controlled by the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association.

MAHA Notes[edit | edit source]

League President: Jack McVicar
Assiniboia, Elmwood, Winnipeg Monarchs, Winnipeg Pilgrims, & Young Mens Lutheran Club withdrew.
Crescentwood, Portage la Prairie, St. Boniface Canadiens, Winnipeg Catholic Club, Winnipeg Falcons admitted.
Winnipeg Tammany Tigers transferred to "A" Division.
Winnipeg Victoria Bisons transferred to "B" Division.




"A" Division[edit | edit source]

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
Winnipeg Falcons 8 8 0 0 16
Selkirk Fishermen 8 6 2 0 12
Winnipeg Tammany Tigers 8 5 3 0 10
St. Boniface Canadiens 8 1 7 0 2
Winnipegs 8 0 8 0 0





"B" Division[edit | edit source]

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
Portage la Prairie 8 8 0 0 16
Winnipeg Catholic Club 8 5 3 0 10
Weston 8 3 3 2 8
Crescentwood 8 1 5 2 4
Winnipeg Victoria Bisons 8 1 7 0 2





League Final[edit | edit source]

February 22 Falcons 10 Portage la Prairie 0 @ Auditorium
Winnipeg Falcons defeated Portage la Prairie 10 goals to 0


Winnipeg Falcons won Winnipeg and District Junior Hockey League Championship
and Turnbull Cup, Manitoba Junior Hockey Championship

Memorial Cup Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Western Canada Final
#1 March 15 Falcons 5 Regina 3 @ Auditorium
#2 March 17 Falcons 3 Regina 1 @ Auditorium
Winnipeg Falcons defeated Regina Victorias (SAHA) 8 goals to 4


Winnipeg Falcons won Abbott Cup, Western Canada Junior Hockey Championship


West Final
#1 March 19 Falcons 9 Fort William 3 @ Fort William
#2 March 21 Falcons 11 Fort William 4 @ Fort William
Winnipeg Falcons defeated Fort William YMCA (TBAHA) 20 goals to 7
Canada Final
#1 March 24 Falcons 9 Stratford 2 @ Toronto
#2 March 26 Stratford 7 Falcons 2 @ Toronto
Winnipeg Falcons defeated Stratford Midgets (OHA) 11 goals to 9


Winnipeg Falcons won Memorial Cup, Canada Junior Hockey Championship
Falcons were the first team from Western Canada to win the Memorial Cup
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