1966–67 MJHL season

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On April 7 in Flin Flon, the Bombers won the MJHL championship and were presented with the Turnbull Memorial Trophy.

League notes[edit]

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.

Regular season[edit]

League Standings GP W L T Pts GF GA
Flin Flon Bombers 48 42 6 0 104 407 125
Brandon Wheat Kings 57 47 9 1 95 416 178
Winnipeg Rangers 57 34 19 4 74 263 201
Winnipeg Monarchs 57 21 34 2 46 235 316
St. James Braves 56 21 34 1 43 254 361
Selkirk Steelers 57 14 42 1 29 216 382
Winnipeg Warriors 58 10 45 3 23 162 390

Flin Flon played 12 four point games, winning 10.
Monarchs & Rangers each won 1 four point game.
Some postponed games not played.

All-Star game[edit]

On February 24, the MJHL All-Stars played Canada's National Team at St. James.
MJHL Lineup:



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

Flin Flon lost to Port Arthur Marrs (TBJHL) 4-games-to-2


Trophy Winner Team
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

All-Star Teams[edit]

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