1914 Allan Cup

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The 1914 Allan Cup was the Canadian national senior ice hockey championship for the 1913-14 Senior season. The final challenge was hosted by the Regina Victorias in Regina, Saskatchewan. The 1914 playoff marked the 7th time the Allan Cup had a champion.

Winnipeg Hockey League[edit]

The defending 1913 Allan Cup champions, Winnipeg Hockey Club, failed to win the Winnipeg Hockey League. With a 6-2-0 record, the Winnipeg Monarchs were given the right to carry the Allan Cup.

First challenge[edit]

The Winnipeg Monarchs received a challenge from the Kenora Thistles, Manitoba Hockey League champions. Played in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Results[edit]

Winnipeg Monarchs 6 - Kenora Thistles 2

Winnipeg Monarchs carries the Allan Cup.

Second challenge[edit]

The Winnipeg Monarchs received a challenge from the Regina Victorias, Saskatchewan champions. Played in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Results[edit]

Regina Victorias 5 - Winnipeg Monarchs 4

Regina Victorias capture the Allan Cup.

Third challenge[edit]

Regina Victorias received a challenge from Grand-Mère, Quebec champions. Played in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Results[edit]

Regina Victorias 6 - Grand-Mere 4
Regina Victorias 4 - Grand-Mere 1

Regina Victorias carries the Allan Cup, winning the series 10-goals-to-5. With no more challengers accepted in time to play, the Victorias win the 1914 Allan Cup.

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