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The 1929-30 Season

Just 2 teams the Pats and the Olympics. The Olympics didn't stand a chance as the Pats out-scored them 10-1 in the 3 games they played.

1929-30 Standings
TeamsGPWLPTS
Regina Pats3303
Regina Olympics3030

1929-30 Pats Stats

Regina Olympics GP G A PTS PIM
Harry Dickson 3 1 0 1 0
Al Lockhart 4 2 1 3 2
Bill Todd 4 2 0 2 2
Len Barker 4 1 1 2 8
Mike Ursaki 2 1 0 1 6
Tom Welsh 4 1 0 1 0
Al Tuten 3 0 1 1 2
John Sandalack 4 0 0 0 0
Archie McIndoe 4 0 0 0 0
Don Deacon 1 0 0 0 0
Trev Downes 1 0 0 0 0
Goalie GP MIN GA SO GAA
Jim McNamara 3 180 10 0 3.33

A few other teams.....

Wilkie Outlaws

Roy Seamans (g), Les Whittles, Elmer Hemmerling, Art O'Brien, Joe Schwab, Steve Badger, John Cairns, Charlie Rudd, Badrock, Donald

Saskatoon Wesleys
Frank Evans (g), Art "Irish" O'Brien, Al Thompson, Steve Badger, Glen McArter, Howard "Biff" Smith, Clint Smith, Jim "Peggy" O'Neill, Charlie Mason, Lorne Gray

Weyburn Beavers
Forbes (g), Townsend, Klinck, Kunsman, Ned Rooney, Bill Dixon, Burness, Bill Acton, R. Mertz, Ted Glenn

Calgary Canadians
Bill McKay (g), Pat Hill, Dave "Sweeney" Schriner, Lorne Carr, Peter Paul, Hank Dyck, Les Moss, Pat Aitken, Mickey McConnell, Sing Johnson

Winnipeg Elmwood Millionaires
Art Rice-Jones (g), Roy Musgrove (g), Cliff Workman, Boyd Johnston, Bert Duncanson, Bobby Kirk, Bill Kendall, Kitson Massey, John Bruneteau, Archie Creighton, Norm Yellowlees, Gord McKenzie, Ernie White, Bill McKenzie, George Brown, Frank "Duke" McDonald

Fort William Legionaires
Lecanie (g), Demuskey, Prouse, Ossie Hacquoil, Arnold Deacon, Bill Thompson, Vautour, Gus Saxburg, Laroche

Winnipeg Columbus Club
Jerry O'Brien (g), Jim Muskowski, Tony Lemay, Albert Lemay, Ernie Vien, Monty Muckle, Glen Morrison, Scotty Comfort, Bud Timlick, Malloy, Duke Campbell, George Amyot, Kelly "Bud" Hammond, Rockwell, Robert "Bud" Simpson (g)

Ottawa Rideaus
Harry Claydon (g), Fred Maley, Arnie Butterworth, Paul Marion, Dick Winters, Jack Wilkinson, Charlie St. Germaine, Ed Finnigan, Earl Shepherd, Fred O'Callyhan, Abe Friedman

Toronto West Nationals
Ron Geddes (g), Davis (g), John "Red" Doran, Bill Thoms, John Hearn, George Ewens, Bob Gracie, Norm Lamport, Norm Collings, Herb Kessler, Harvey McClelland, Ralph "Scotty" McAlpine, Kerr, Bruce "Bunny" McKillop

Niagra Falls
Fischer (g), Walt Kalbfleish, Charles Kesseltine, Francis Heximer, Chester Steele, Wilbur Smith, Gerald Sweeney, Max Kaminsky, Gerry Shannon

Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Sandy Delabbis (g), Austin Dundas, Keenan, Henry Lauzon, Bill Hunter, C.F. "Butts" Dunn, Arvi Maki, Russ Ganton, Punch MacDougall, F.D. Conway

Truro
S. Kuhn (g), D. Kuhn, Mann, Mills, Glennie, Murdock, Ryan, P. Arthur, H, Arthur

Vancouver (may be a Senior team)
Milne (g), Ritchie, Walmsley, Davidson, Edwards, Merrick Cranstoun, Follis, McKenzie, Scribner

Edmonton Poolers
Joe McCallum (g), Bill Brander, McNeil, Herb Horne, Bill Green, Bud Allard, Inkster, Harold Darkes, Lou Trudel

University of Manitoba
Ivan Hilts (g), Simpson, Amyot, Bill Evendon, Cook, Bud Harbottle, Jacob, Rabinovitch, Sharpe

Saskatoon Nutana Athletic Club
Brown (g), Ray Tickner, Kerr, Gates, Parres, Cooksey, Walker, Jim "Peggy" O'Neill, Hunter

Kitchener Orangeshirts (may be a Senior team)
Donald Pinke (g), Bill Milne (g), Fred Kampman, Charles Dunbrook, Herb Hause, Harby Harlock, Jack Vrooman, George Karges, Harry Gerber

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