This is the 1980-81 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

  • St. James Flyers withdraw.
  • League schedules 68 games, 32 per team, included 8 games with Thunder Bay Twins.
  • Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association announced that League playoffs would be for the Pattison Cup,
Manitoba Senior 'A' Hockey Championship

Regular SeasonEdit

1980-81 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Standings
East Kildonan-Elmwood Millionaires 32 17 13 2 168 171 36
Steinbach Huskies 32 16 15 1 180 182 33
Warroad Lakers 32 15 15 2 163 152 32
St. Boniface Mohawks 32 10 21 1 170 205 21
Thunder Bay Twins 8 7 1 0 53 24 -
see Thunder Bay Twins series


Semi Finals
St. Boniface defeated East Kildonan-Elmwood 4-games-to-2
Steinbach defeated Warroad 4-games-to-3
Pattison Cup Championship
St. Boniface defeated Steinbach 4-games-to-1

Western Canadian ChampionshipEdit

Allan Cup Playoffs
Western Canada Allan Cup Semi-Final
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Saskatoon Saints (Independent) 3-games-to-none
Western Canada Allan Cup Final (Patton Cup)
St. Boniface Mohawks defeated Quesnel Kangaroos (BCSHL) 3-games-to-2
see 1980-81 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs

Canadian ChampionshipEdit

Allan Cup Championship
St. Boniface Mohawks lost to Petrolia Squires (OHASr) in Tournament Final
see 1981 Allan Cup


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Jim Cole Steinbach Huskies
Top Goaltending (GAA)  ?????
Scoring Champion  ?????

First All-Star Team
Kelly SecordJim ColeJoey Cyr
Steinbach HuskiesSteinbach HuskiesEast Kildonan-Elmwood Millionaires

Jack GanyoBob Neufeld
Warroad LakersEast Kildonan-Elmwood Millionaires

Mel Donnelly
Warroad Lakers

Second All-Star Team
Charlie BurgrafKim KingClint Haight
St. Boniface MohawksEast Kildonan-Elmwood MillionairesSteinbach Huskies

Keith JohnsonRandy Neufeld
Steinbach HuskiesSteinbach Huskies

Frank Hunt
East Kildonan-Elmwood Millionaires

Coach • Manager
Morris MottCal Marvin
East Kildonan-Elmwood MillionairesWarroad Lakers
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