The Prince Albert Mintos were Hockey Club that were part of the Saskatchewan Professional Hockey League from 1909-11.
The Mintos went to Winnipeg in 1911 and played off against Port Arthur, winners of the New Ontario Hockey League. They fell in defeat in straight games. Port Arthur would go on to lose a challenge series for the Stanley Cup to the Ottawa Senators of the National Hockey Association.
Their home rink was the Minto Arena built in the early 1900's
Saskatchewan Senior Playoffs (1932-38)[edit | edit source]
|1932-33||20||12||7||1||25||44||43||2nd North||Lost Final|
|1933-34||22||21||1||0||42||131||42||1st North||Won Final,Lost Sask|
|1934-35||23||18||4||1||37||110||67||1st North||Lost Final|
|1935-36||10||7||2||1||15||49||42||1st North||Won Final, Lost West Semi Final|
|1936-37||26||14||12||0||28||88||100||2nd North||Lost Semi Final|
|1937-38||24||8||14||2||18||54||67||3rd North||Lost Semi Final|