The Southern Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League was a short-lived league that formally existed from 1933-34 to 1937-38 season. Southern Saskatchewan leagues played on and off prior to then

Teams (1933-1938)[edit | edit source]

Seasons/Champions[edit | edit source]

Season Champion Provincial Results Allan Cup Playoff Results
1909-10 Moosomin No decision-see note 1 N/A
1910-11 No league Regina Shamrocks win provincial championship Team did not challenge for Allan Cup
1911-12 No league Regina Capitals B win provincial championship Regina lost a challenge to Winnipeg Victorias for the Allan Cup
1912-13 Moose Jaw Moose Won Saskatchewan Championship Lost Challenge Series to defending Allan Cup Champion, Winnipeg Winnipegs
1913-14 Regina Victorias Won Saskatchewan Championship Won Allan Cup defeating Winnipeg Monarchs,
kept Allan Cup defeating Grand'Mere
1914-15 Melville Millionaires Won Saskatchewan Championship Won Allan Cup by winning league championship, Won Saskatchewan Championship, defeated Toronto Victorias in 2nd challenge, lost Allan Cup to Winnipeg Monarchs in third challenge
1915-16 Regina Victorias Won Saskatchewan Championship Lost Challenge Series to defending Allan Cup Champion, Winnipeg 61st Battalion
1916-17 No League Saskatoon Pilgrims win Provincial Championship Lost National Semifinal
1917-18 No League-see note 5 Saskatoon Quakers win Provincial Championship as independent team Lost National Semifinal
1918-19 No senior leagues in Province N/A N/A
1919-20 No League championship won by Moose Jaw Maple Leafs Did not participate see note 8
1920-21 No League championship won by Regina Victorias Ineligible see note 9
1921-22 No League championship won by Regina Victorias N/A
1922-23 Weyburn Wanderers Won Saskatchewan Championship Lost Western Canada Semifinals
1923-24 Regina Victorias Lost Provincial Senior Final N/A
1924-25 Regina Vics Won Saskatchewan Championship Lost Western Canada Semifinals
1925-26 No League Regina Vics won Sask. Sr. League Regina Vics won Sask Sr. Championship Lost Western Canada Final
1926-27 Weyburn Beavers Won Saskatchewan Championship Lost Western Canada Semifinals
1927-28 Weyburn Beavers Lost Provincial Final N/A
1928-29 Regina Vics Won Saskatchewan Championship Lost Western Canada Semifinals
1929-30 Weyburn Beavers Lost Provincial Final N/A
1930-31 Regina Vics Lost Provincial Senior-Intermediate Final N/A
1931-32 Weyburn Beavers Won Saskatchewan Championship Lost Western Canada Semifinals
1932-33 Regina Aces Lost Provincial Final

N/A

1933-34 Regina Aces Won Saskatchewan Championship Lost Western Canada Semifinals
1934-35 Weyburn Beavers Lost Saskatchewan Final N/A
1935-36 Weyburn Beavers Lost Saskatchewan Final N/A
1936-37 Regina Aces Lost Saskatchewan Final N/A
1937-38 Moose Jaw Millers Lost Saskatchewan Final N/A

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. The 1909-10 provincial final was tied at one game apiece and no information is available showing that the deciding game was played. No team from Saskatchewan issued a challenge for the Allan Cup which was new for the 1909-10 playing season
  2. There was a provincial and Central league in the province for the 1910-11 season, both leagues had teams from the Regina area in them.
  3. There was a single provincial league for 1911-12
  4. The 1914-15 league season also determined the winner of the Allan Cup as the defending Allan Cup champion played in the league. At this point any other series the defending champion played in would be for the Allan Cup
  5. There was a single league consisting of just two military teams in Regina for the 1917-18 season.
  6. There was no senior level play in the province for the 1918-19 season.  Several other provinces did not have senior play this year either.
  7. A single provincial league was used for 1919-20, 1920-21, and 1921-22.
  8. The 1919-20 provincial playoffs ended too late for the champion to participate in the 1919-20 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs
  9. The provincial league was suspended by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association because the Saskatoon Crescents were found to have two players on their roster who should have been on the Winnipeg Falcons. The Regina Victorias would not participate in the 1920-21 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.

Photos of Allan Cup Champions[edit | edit source]

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