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Kenora Thistles


For other teams named Kenora Thistles, please see Kenora Thistles (disambiguation)


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The Kenora Thistles were, at various times, a professional, senior, intermediate, and junior team. They have won a host of championships, including their most famous - the Stanley Cup in 1907. Kenora is the smallest town to have ever won the cup. The Junior Thistles were the 1939-40 Memorial Cup Final runner-ups. A number of NHL players have played for the Thistles including Art Ross, Charley McVeigh, Chuck Rayner, Bill Juzda and Mike Richards.


Championships

Professional

Stanley Cup

1907


Senior

Manitoba League


Independent League


Manitoba & Western League


Intermediate

Western Canada


Thunder Bay


Overseas Tour


Junior

Memorial Cup

Chuck Rayner, goalie of the 1940 Memorial Cup runner-ups.

Western Canada

Thunder Bay

Manitoba

Season-by-Season Record

Note: click on season for team roster or on league for direct link to that season.

Season League GP W L T GF GA Pts Finish Playoffs
1906-07 MHL 6 4 2 0 38 19 8 1st Won League
1969-70 MSHL 24 7 15 2 90 130 16 3rd lost Semi-Final
1970-71 MSHL 17 4 13 0 74 102 8 4th lost Final
SSHL stats not available - - -
1970-71 Manitoba Senior Playoffs 5 0 5 0 15 37 - - lost Pattison Cup
1971-72 CCHL 24 15 9 0 143 101 30 3rd none
1972-73 CCHL 37 9 28 0 133 237 18 5th lost I Semi-Final
2007-08 MEHL 12 10 2 0 20 - -
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