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The 1926-27 Season

1926-27 Standings
TeamsGPWLPTS
Regina Pats66012
Regina Falcons6428
Main Line Bengals6152
Regina Argonauts6152

The 1926-27 Pats stats

I am missing the other teams stats but I do have the team rosters as well as many other teams from Sask. that I will post later on.

Regina Argonauts
Ken McRae (g), Bert McGillivray, Angie Mitchell, McIntyre, Art Merrill, Clarence "Yates" Acaster, Lude Palm, Joe Dutkowski, Jim Carswell, Darke, Jack Crapper

Regina Falcons
Earl Robertson (g), Harold "Mush" March, Jarvis "Josh" March, Len Dowie, Carl Bergl, Buster McDougall, Dave Downie, Chuck Farrow, John Achtzener

Main Line Bengals
John Lipp (g), Patch Godfrey, Ed Sangster, Ed Gill, Walt McCartney, Conn, Biden, Hec Blair, Waite

Saskatoon Wesleys
John Smukowich (g), John Urbanski, Millard Wakeford, Lloyd "Deed" Klein, Andy Sim, George Graham, T.H. Reeves, Buck Crawford, Mel Fenton, Len Burridge

Saskatoon Hilltops
George Dyson (g), Charlie Pipe, Bert Scharf , Robins, Hub Dafoe, Nick Rygalo, Charlie Bacon, Cairns, Bender

Moose Jaw
Frank Evans (g), Les "Smut" Mapes, Angy Leclair, Bill Duchak, Allan Wilson, Ed Evans, Bill Davis, Riddell, Lee, Rickman, Jim Turner, Elmer Meek

Yorkton
Red Hardacker (g), Fred Smukovich (g), Lorne Patrick, Ivan Patrick, Ralph Blythe, Butler, Vic Fehrenbach, Stewart Acheson, Dave Leibricht, Elvis Holloway, Walt Bergstrom, Lunn

Qu'Appelle
Moir (g), Lipp, Vickers, George Blundin, H. Blundin, Beauchamp, Waite, Cooper, Longpre

Brandon Argos
Sutherland (g), D. MacFee, Mac MacFee, N. Cook, I. Cook, Rutter, Panko, Lingard

Blairmore
Dave Kemp (g), Joliette Houbriggs, Jim McVey, Norm Anderson, Vanzotsinoves, Vanduren, Edrie Evans, Jack Oakes

Winnipeg Elmwood Millionaires
Kreger (g), Gus Rivers, Lou Hanna, Romeo Rivers, McLennan, Eggo, Sutherland, Plewes, Edwards, Rennie, Leckie

Port Arthur West Ends
Andrew Spooner (g), Norm Friday, Red Cross, Cliff Barton, Earl Samec, Roger Jenkins, Jack MacKay, Brooks Dafoe, Ed Manahan, U. Seppala

Owen Sound Greys
Ben Grant (g), Jack Markle, Moore, Paddon, McDougall, Marty Lauder, J. Grant, Beatty

Iroquois Falls Eskimos
Ken (g), Philman, McBride, Lever, McIntyre, Rittson, Wimperer, McLeod

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