Winnipeg Maple Leafs

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Winnipeg Maple Leafs
City Winnipeg, Manitoba
League Manitoba Professional Hockey League
Operated 1907–1909
Head coach Jack Lee, 1907–08
Captain Barney Holden, 1907–08
Championships
Regular season titles MPHL 1907–08
Winnipeg Maple Leafs in the 1907–08 season. Top row, left to right: Fred Lake, James W. Duggan, G. R. Kendall, Jack Lee, W. J. Field. Second row from the top, left to right: Harry Kennedy, William Kean, Lorne Campbell, Frank Swietzer. Third row from the top, left to right: J. A. "Grindy" Forrester, Barney Holden, J. Jackson. Bottom row, left to right: Stephen Darcy Regan, Hamby Shore, Jack Winchester.

The Winnipeg Maple Leafs, or Maple Leaf Hockey Club, were a professional men's ice hockey team in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Winnipeg Maple Leafs played in the Manitoba Professional Hockey League from 1907–1909.

In March 1908, as 1907–08 MPHL champions, the team challenged for the Stanley Cup but lost over two games to the Montreal Wanderers, 5-11 and 3-9.[1][2] The 1908 Winnipeg Maple Leafs team included such players as Barney Holden, Jack Winchester, Lorne Campbell, Hamby Shore and Fred Lake.

Tommy Dunderdale, member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, played three games for the team and scored one goal in the 1907–08 season.[3] Joe Hall, also a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, played two games for the club in the 1908–09 season and scored two goals.[4]

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  1. ^ Stanley Cup Annual Record 1908 (Mar) nhl.com
  2. ^ "Wanderers 9 Maple Leafs 3" Ottawa Citizen, March 12, 1908.
  3. ^ Tommy Dunderdale at Hockey-Reference
  4. ^ Joe Hall at Hockey-Reference