1957–58 MJHL season

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League Notes[edit]

The League admits the Winnipeg Braves.
The Winnipeg Barons Fold.
The Winnipeg Rangers move to Brandon, becoming the Brandon Rangers.
In January, the Rangers move back and are name the Transcona Rangers.

Regular season[edit]

League Standings GP W L T Pts GF GA
Winnipeg Monarchs 30 18 11 1 37 167 127
St. Boniface Canadiens 30 17 11 2 36 146 132
Winnipeg Braves 30 13 16 1 27 146 135
Transcona Rangers 30 10 20 0 20 128 193

Playoffs[edit]

Semi-Final

St. Boniface defeated Braves 3-games-to-2

Turnbull Cup Championship

Monarchs lost to St. Boniface 4-games-to-3

Western Memorial Cup Semi-Final

St. Boniface defeated Fort William Canadiens (TBJHL) 4-games-to-1

Western Memorial Cup Final (Abbott Cup)

St. Boniface lost to Regina Pats (SJHL) 4-games-to-2

Awards[edit]

Trophy Winner Team
MVP Gord Labossiere Transcona Rangers
Top Goaltender
Scoring Champion Gord Labossiere Transcona Rangers
Most Goals Gord Labossiere Transcona Rangers

All-Star Teams[edit]

First All-Star Team
Goaltender Ron Mathers Winnipeg Monarchs
Defencemen Bill McDowell Winnipeg Monarchs
Connie Neil Transcona Rangers
Centreman Gord Labossiere Transcona Rangers
Leftwinger Laurie Langrell Winnipeg Braves
Rightwinger Claude Normandeau St. Boniface Canadiens
Coach Bill Allum Winnipeg Braves
Manager Lloyd Frihager St. Boniface Canadiens
Second All-Star Team
Goaltender Don Shalley St. Boniface Canadiens
Defencemen Ted Lanyon St. Boniface Canadiens
Bob Donas St. Boniface Canadiens
Centreman Bill Saunders Winnipeg Monarchs
Leftwinger Al LeBlanc Winnipeg Braves
Rightwinger Bill Colpitts Winnipeg Monarchs
Coach Bill Leask Winnipeg Monarchs
Manager Ray Frost Transcona Rangers

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