|University of Alberta||6||5||1||0||41||26||14|
|University of Manitoba||4||2||2||0||33||32||8|
|University of Saskatchewan||6||1||5||0||27||43||2|
Note: University of Manitoba's games were worth 4 points each.
External link: Canada West Standings History pdf
|February 12||Manitoba 13||Saskatchewan 6||Winnipeg|
|February 16||Saskatchewan 9||Manitoba 6||Saskatoon|
|February 17||Alberta 12||Manitoba 8||Edmonton|
|February 21||Alberta 8||Saskatchewan 2||Edmonton|
|February 22||Alberta 3||Saskatchewan 2||Edmonton|
|February 28||Alberta 6||Saskatchewan 2||Saskatoon|
|March 1||Alberta 7||Saskatchewan 6||Saskatoon|
|March 3||Manitoba 6||Alberta 5||Winnipeg|
The University of Toronto came to Winnipeg to play two games against the University of Manitoba. These were the first games ever between university teams from eastern and western Canada.
- December 28 Manitoba 2 Toronto 2
- December 30 Manitoba 8 Toronto 4