This is the 1964-65 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

Brandon Wheat Kings transfer to the SJHL, and Fort Frances Royals to the TBJHL.
League divided into four territories within the Winnipeg area, Braves stay in their tradition west, Monarchs keep central and add south, Canadiens leave east for north, and Rangers moved to east.
St. Boniface Canadiens changed their name to the Winnipeg Warriors.
League scheduled 96 games, 48 per team.
League announced the cancellation of the Manitoba - Saskatchewan all-star game.

Regular SeasonEdit

Winnipeg Braves 45 27 13 5 184 140 59
Winnipeg Rangers 46 21 19 6 202 170 48
Winnipeg Monarchs 46 20 21 5 159 166 45
Winnipeg Warriors 45 13 28 4 153 222 30

Note: Balance of season cancelled.


Monarchs defeated Rangers 3-games-to-2
Manitoba Championship (Turnbull Cup)
Braves defeated Monarchs 4-games-to-none

Memorial Cup PlayoffsEdit

Western Canada Semi-Final
Braves defeated Port Arthur North Stars (TBJHL) 4-games-to-1
Western Canada Championship (Abbott Cup)
Braves lost to Edmonton Oil Kings (AAHA) 4-games-to-2
see 1964-65 Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Ken Sucharski Winnipeg Warriors 72
Most Goals Terry Jones Winnipeg Rangers 39
Most Assists Doug Overton Winnipeg Warriors 38
Top Goals Against Average Wayne Stephenson Winnipeg Braves 2.97

League RecordEdit

Player Team Achievement Amount
Doug Overton Winnipeg Warriors Most Assists--Left Wing 38

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Ken Sucharski Winnipeg Warriors 35 37 72
2 Doug Overton Winnipeg Warriors 30 38 68
3 Terry Jones Winnipeg Rangers 39 21 60
Bill Heindl Winnipeg Braves 27 33 60
5 Bill Cooper Winnipeg Warriors 32 25 57
6 Ken Sutyla Winnipeg Rangers 31 22 53
7 George Anderson Winnipeg Braves 30 21 51
Alton White Winnipeg Rangers 22 29 51
9 Gerry Mazur Winnipeg Braves 30 19 49
10 Dunc Rousseau Winnipeg Braves 19 25 44


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Wayne Stephenson Winnipeg Braves
Top Goaltender Wayne Stephenson Winnipeg Braves
Rookie of the Year Bill Ramsay Winnipeg Monarchs
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Bill Scott Winnipeg Monarchs
Scoring Champion Ken Sucharski Winnipeg Warriors

All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-Star Team
Doug OvertonKen SucharskiBill Cooper
Winnipeg WarriorsWinnipeg WarriorsWinnipeg Warriors
Al DykerJim Lane
Winnipeg MonarchsWinnipeg Rangers
Wayne Stephenson
Winnipeg Braves
Second All-Star Team
Dunc RousseauBill HeindlGeorge Anderson
Winnipeg BravesWinnipeg BravesWinnipeg Braves
Brian DyckMike Kolody
Winnipeg BravesWinnipeg Rangers
Gary Thornton
Winnipeg Warriors


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