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This is the 1934-35 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season.

Forword
The MJHL was run & controlled by the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association.
Realistically, the League was actually two leagues under one umbrella.

MAHA Notes[edit | edit source]

Convener of Junior Hockey: Vic Johnson
University of Manitoba transferred to "A" Division.
St. John's Senators became the Winnipeg Rangers.
St. Boniface Seals added to "B" Division.




"A" Division[edit | edit source]

Schedule[edit | edit source]

48 games, Kenora & Portage 20 each, 2 away and 2 at home, against other divisional teams.
The four city based clubs to play 14 games each. Besides 4 X each against Kenora & Portage, a home and home with other city teams. Games between city based clubs worth 4 points. No inter locking games.

"A" Division Notes[edit | edit source]

MAHA cancels balance of season after Winnipeg Monarchs & Kenora Thistles clinched the only 2 playoff spots.
And an investigation into the eligiblity of Willie Troniak of the Kenora Thistles was concluded.

Regular Season[edit | edit source]

1934-35 MJHL Season "A" Division
Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
Winnipeg Monarchs 13 9 3 1 65 33 29
Kenora Thistles 17 13 3 1 78 45 27
Winnipeg Falcons 13 6 7 0 51 53 20
Portage Terriers 16 8 6 2 57 61 18
University of Manitoba 12 3 9 0 39 52 10
Selkirk Fishermen 11 0 11 0 26 72 0

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Division Final
Monarchs defeated Kenora 2-games-to-none
see "A" Division Games

Division Leaders[edit | edit source]

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Babe Pratt Kenora Thistles 39
Most Goals Sid Brown Portage Terriers 19
Most Assists Babe Pratt Kenora Thistles 22
Top Goals Against Average Paul Gauthier Winnipeg Monarchs 2.14

Scoring Leaders[edit | edit source]

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Babe Pratt Kenora Thistles 17 22 39
2 Sid Brown Portage Terriers 19 4 23
Ernie Westbury Portage Terriers 11 12 23
4 Wally Nicholson Kenora Thistles 16 6 22
5 Joe Krol Winnipeg Monarchs 12 7 19
6 Fraser Coull Winnipeg Falcons 5 13 18
7 Louis McKay Kenora Thistles 10 6 16
Ed Adolph Winnipeg Falcons 10 6 16
Frank Alsip University of Manitoba 8 8 16
10 Bones McCormick Kenora Thistles 11 4 15
John Prokaski Winnipeg Monarchs 10 5 15
Ken Baker Winnipeg Monarchs 9 6 15
Willie Troniak Kenora Thistles 8 7 15

Leading Goaltenders[edit | edit source]

Rank Player Team GAA
1 Paul Gauthier Winnipeg Monarchs 2.14
2 Phat Perras Kenora Thistles 2.50
3 Allan Edwards Portage Terriers 3.40





B Division[edit | edit source]

Schedule[edit | edit source]

24 games, 12 per team. Each team plays other divisional teams 4 X. No inter locking games.

Regular Season[edit | edit source]

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
Elmwood Maple Leafs 11 9 2 0 46 21 18
Kildonan Stars 12 7 5 0 43 38 14
Winnipeg Rangers 11 5 6 0 34 42 10
St. Boniface Seals 10 1 9 0 23 45 2

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Division Final
Elmwood defeated Kildonan 2-games-to-none
see B Division Games



All-Star Game[edit | edit source]

Contrary to expectations, "B" Division All-Stars triumphed over a select team from "A" Division, 6 to 2 on Wednesday night, March 13, at the Olympic Rink. Harvey Palmatier of the Elmwood Maple Leafs was the big gun, scoring three.

see 1935 MJHL All-Star Game

League Final[edit | edit source]

#1 Monday, March 4 Monarchs 4 Elmwood 2 @ Olympic Rink
#2 Wednesday, March 6 Monarchs 7 Elmwood 3 @ Amphitheatre
Winnipeg Monarchs defeated Elmwood Maple Leafs 2-games-to-none


Manitoba Championship[edit | edit source]

#1 Tuesday, March 12 Monarchs 12 The Pas 2 @ Amphitheatre
#2 Thursday, March 14 series cancelled @ Amphitheatre
Winnipeg Monarchs capture Turnbull Cup, defeating The Pas Huskies


Memorial Cup Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Western Memorial Cup Semi-Final
Monarchs defeated Port Arthur Juniors (TBJHL) 2-games-to-none
Western Memorial Cup Final (Abbott Cup)
Monarchs defeated Saskatoon Wesleys (SAHA) 2-games-to-1
see 1934-35 Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs
Memorial Cup Championship
Monarchs defeated Sudbury Cub Wolves (NOHA) 2-games-to-1
see 1934-35 Memorial Cup Final
Winnipeg Monarchs won the Memorial Cup


Team Photos[edit | edit source]

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Game Ads[edit | edit source]

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