1966 Memorial Cup

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The 1966 Memorial Cup was the 48th annual Memorial Cup competition, organized by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) to determine the champion of junior A ice hockey. The George Richardson Memorial Trophy champions Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey Association in Eastern Canada competed against the Abbott Cup champions Edmonton Oil Kings of the Central Alberta Hockey League in Western Canada. Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Ontario hosted the finals, which featured Bobby Orr, the Generals captain. It was the last of 18 Memorial Cup series to be played at the Gardens. In a best-of-seven series, Edmonton won their 2nd Memorial Cup, defeating Oshawa 4 games to 2.


  • Game 1: Edmonton 7-2 Oshawa
  • Game 2: Oshawa 7-1 Edmonton
  • Game 3: Oshawa 6-2 Edmonton
  • Game 4: Edmonton 5-3 Oshawa
  • Game 5: Edmonton 7-4 Oshawa
  • Game 6: Edmonton 2-1 Oshawa

Winning roster[edit]

Ron Anderson, Garnet Bailey, Doug Barrie, Brian Bennett, Ron Caley, Craig Cameron, Bob Falkenberg, Al Hamilton, Jim Harrison, Brian Hague, Galen Head, Ted Hodgsen, Kerry Ketter, Ross Lonsberry, Jim Knox, Don McLeod, Jim Mitchell, Harold Myers, Eugene Peacosh, Ross Perkins, Murray Pierce, Dave Rochefort, Ted Rogers, Jim Schraefel, Red Simpson, Ron Walters. Coach: Ray Kinasewich[2]