This is the 1989-90 Central Amateur Senior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

  • Brandon Sportsmen withdraw.
  • League Expands, accepting the Selkirk Steel Kings and Transcona Kings.
  • Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association announced that League playoffs would be for the Pattison Cup,
Manitoba Senior 'AAA' Hockey Championship


Selkirk Steel Kings
St. Boniface Mohawks
St. James Flames
Thunder Bay Twins
Transcona Kings


Semi Finals
Thunder Bay defeated Selkirk
St. Boniface defeated St. James 4-games-to-1
Pattison Cup Championship
Thunder Bay defeated St. Boniface 4-games-to-none

Eastern Canadian ChampionshipEdit

Allan Cup Playoffs
Eastern Canada Allan Cup Final
Thunder Bay Twins lost to Montreal Chomedy
see 1989-90 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs

Western Canadian ChampionshipEdit

Allan Cup Playoffs
Western Canada Allan Cup Final (Patton Cup)
St. Boniface Mohawks lost to Abbotsford Flyers 4-games-to-none
see 1989-90 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs


Trophy Winner Team
MVP  ?????
Top Goaltending (GAA)  ?????
Scoring Champion John Gardner St. Boniface Mohawks

First All-Star Team
????? • Wayne BartleyJohn Gardner
????? • St. Boniface MohawksSt. Boniface Mohawks

Gord MalcomJeff Van Norman
Thunder Bay TwinsSt. James Flames

Jim Heaton
St. Boniface Mohawks

Coach • Manager
Glen SlobodianTim Ryan
St. Boniface MohawksSt. Boniface Mohawks

Second All-Star Team
Kelvin LoebGerry CismarBarry Radcliffe
St. Boniface MohawksThunder Bay TwinsThunder Bay Twins

Grant MitchellDave Rosenberg
St. Boniface MohawksSt. James Flames

Dan Luty
Thunder Bay Twins

Coach • Manager
Bill MacDonaldGary Cook
Thunder Bay TwinsThunder Bay Twins
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