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[edit | edit source]

Professional[edit | edit source]

Stanley Cup[edit | edit source]

1907


Senior[edit | edit source]

Manitoba League[edit | edit source]


Independent League[edit | edit source]


Manitoba & Western League[edit | edit source]


Intermediate[edit | edit source]

Western Canada[edit | edit source]


Thunder Bay[edit | edit source]


Overseas Tour[edit | edit source]


Junior[edit | edit source]

Memorial Cup[edit | edit source]

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

Western Canada[edit | edit source]

Thunder Bay[edit | edit source]

Manitoba[edit | edit source]

Season-by-Season Record[edit | edit source]

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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