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The 1933-34 Season

1933-34 Standings
TeamsGPWLPTS
Regina Pats3303
Moose Jaw Canucks
3030
In the 3 games played the Pats outscored the Canucks 12-0.

1933-34 Pats Stats

Moose Jaw Canucks GP G A PTS PIM
Lou Kieswetter 3 0 0 0 8
Cody Moffatt 3 0 0 0 2
Sid Craddock 3 0 0 0 2
Orton "Moon" Walker 3 0 0 0 12
Grant Sutherland 3 0 0 0 2
Hubert Corrigan 2 0 0 0 2
Trevor Hagan 3 0 0 0 0
Milt Robinson 3 0 0 0 0
Pete Dewar 1 0 0 0 0
Paul Sullivan 1 0 0 0 2
Sid Johnston 3 0 0 0 0
Goalie GP MIN GA SO GAA
Russ Blackwell 3 180 12 0 4.00

Other rosters....

Saskatoon Wesleys
Clark Burlingham (g), Dunc Farmer, Mel Hill, Cliff "Porky" Hulme, Pete Leswick, Gord McCallum, Doug Bentley, Tom Reid, Mel Neilson, Stan Sampson, Bill Kerr, Bill Denton, Herrington, Ernie Williams, Warren, Rick Wyman

Notre Dame Hounds
Russell Sears (g), Jim Gibbs, Dick Adolphe, Ron Donhurst, Fred Long, Gerald "Brownie" Clements, Kelly Moore, Harry Cochrane, Ray Klassen, Don Metz

Saskatoon Nutana
Percy Downton (g), Jack Koyl, Glen Vickers, George Brass, Beaver, Happy Borden, Ted Randall, Tony Desmarais, Strange, Parrott, Lew Parres, Harvey "Shorty" Hogarth, Cyril "Chuddy" Thompson, Stew McDonald

Prince Albert Mintos
Hallam (g), Sig Berlie, Rags Jonsson, Art Hall, Cy Gilmore, Jack Kirkpatrick, Cliff Robertson, Mousie Gunville, George Chapman, Al Halliday

Yorkton St. Joseph's
Prystai (g), Clarence Dolney, Jack Kelly, Smith, Bill Prystai, Safian, Wilf Brown, Slugoski, Harry Pawluk, Matthew

Yorkton Vics
Pete Zelisney (g), Sherwin, Brummitt, Paul Switzer, Edey, Sutherland, Stechishin, Sinclair, Hugh Tamblyn, Hanson

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