1966–67 MJHL season
On April 7 in Flin Flon, the Bombers won the MJHL championship and were presented with the Turnbull Memorial Trophy.
Brandon Wheat Kings and Flin Flon Bombers transfer from the SJHL, after league folds.
The MJHL expands to Selkirk, with the Selkirk Steelers joining the league.
The Winnipeg Braves change their name to the St. James Braves.
Bobby Clarke (Flin Flon) set league records for most goals (71), assists (112), and points (183),
in a single season.
|Flin Flon Bombers||48||42||6||0||104||407||125|
|Brandon Wheat Kings||57||47||9||1||95||416||178|
|St. James Braves||56||21||34||1||43||254||361|
Flin Flon played 12 four point games, winning 10.
Monarchs & Rangers each won 1 four point game.
Some postponed games not played.
- Goal: Chris Worthy (Flin Flon); George Surmay (Rangers)
- Defence: Gerry Hart (Flin Flon); Jim Pritchard (Monarchs); Jack Criel (Flin Flon);
Larry Brown (Brandon); George Sykes (Rangers)
- Centre: Bobby Clarke (Flin Flon); Juha Widing (Brandon); Dezi Desrochers (Selkirk)
- Leftwing: Cal Swenson (Brandon); Murray Klein (Rangers); Chuck Lefley (Rangers)
- Rightwing: Reggie Leach (Flin Flon); Bill Fairbairn (Brandon); Jim Benzelock (St. James)
- Coach: Ed Dorohoy (Brandon)
- Brandon defeated St. James 3-games-to-none
- Rangers defeated Selkirk 3-games-to-none
- Flin Flon defeated Monarchs 3-games-to-none
- Brandon defeated Rangers 4-games-to-1
Turnbull Cup Championship
- Flin Flon defeated Brandon 3-games-to-2
Western Memorial Cup Semi-Final
|Top Goaltender||Chris Worthy||Flin Flon Bombers|
|Rookie of the Year||Bobby Clarke||Flin Flon Bombers|
|Hockey Ability & Sportsmanship Award||Butch Goring||Winnipeg Rangers|
|Scoring Champion||Bobby Clarke||Flin Flon Bombers|
|Most Goals||Bobby Clarke||Flin Flon Bombers|
|First All-Star Team|
|Goaltender||Chris Worthy||Flin Flon Bombers|
|Defencemen||Gerry Hart||Flin Flon Bombers|
|Jim Pritchard||Winnipeg Monarchs|
|Centreman||Bobby Clarke||Flin Flon Bombers|
|Leftwinger||Cal Swenson||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Rightwinger||Reggie Leach||Flin Flon Bombers|
|Coach||Ed Dorohoy||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Second All-Star Team|
|Goaltender||George Surmay||Winnipeg Rangers|
|Defencemen||Jack Criel||Flin Flon Bombers|
|Larry Brown||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Centreman||Juha Widing||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Leftwinger||Murray Klein||Winnipeg Rangers|
|Rightwinger||Bill Fairbairn||Brandon Wheat Kings|