This is the 1964-65 season of the Western Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The University of British Columbia withdrew from the league due to high travel costs. This was the University of Calgary's first season in the league.
1963-64 WCIAA Season : 1965-66 WCIAA Season 1964-65 OIAA Season : 1964-65 QOAA Season 1964-65 OSLC Season : 1964-65 MIAA Season 1965 University Cup
Standings[edit | edit source]
|Alberta Golden Bears||12||7||5||0||74||52||14|
External link: Canada West Standings History pdf
Playoffs[edit | edit source]
All-Star Teams[edit | edit source]
First Team[edit | edit source]
- Goaltender: Jim Shaw, Saskatchewan
- Defenceman: John Trojack, Manitoba
- Defenceman: Jack Matheson, Saskatchewan
- Center: Brian Randall, Saskatchewan
- Left Winger: Brian Harper, Alberta
- Right Winger: Duane Lundgren, Alberta
Second Team[edit | edit source]
- Goaltender: John Shanski, Manitoba
- Defenceman: Dick Wintermute, Alberta
- Defenceman: Edgar Rivalin, Manitoba
- Center: Leo Duguay, Manitoba
- Left Winger: Jim Irving, Manitoba
- Right Winger: Gavin Speers, Manitoba
Awards[edit | edit source]
- Leading Scorer: Brian Randall, Saskatchewan 10 goals & 20 assists for 30 points.
- Leading Goalie: John Shanski, Manitoba. 3.33 Goals against average.