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1915 Allan Cup

Top 3 1915 Allan Cup related articles

The 1915 Allan Cup was the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) championship for senior ice hockey in the 1914-15 season. CAHA president W. F. Taylor determined the playoffs format by having names drawn out of a hat by Winnipeg mayor Richard Deans Waugh.[1]

The title was first held by the Melville Millionaires as champions of their league and two challenge wins. The Millionaires then lost the final Allan Cup challenge to the Winnipeg Monarchs. The 1915 playoff marked the eighth time the Allan Cup had a champion.

1915 Allan Cup Intro articles: 4

Southern Saskatchewan Hockey League

The defending 1914 Allan Cup champions, Regina Victorias, failed to win the Southern Saskatchewan Hockey League. The SSHL champion Melville Millionaires became the Allan Cup champions.

1915 Allan Cup Southern Saskatchewan Hockey League articles: 2

First challenge

The Melville Millionaires received a challenge from the Prince Albert Mintos, Northern Saskatchewan Hockey League champions. The series was a home-and-home.

Results

Melville Millionaires 9 - Prince Albert Mintos 8
Melville Millionaires 6 - Prince Albert Mintos 5

Melville Millionaires win the series 15-13 and retain the Allan Cup.

Overview of "Prince Albert Mintos" article

Second challenge

The Melville Millionaires received a challenge from the Toronto Victorias, OHA Senior champions. Played in Melville, Saskatchewan.

Results

Melville Millionaires 8 - Toronto Victorias 8
Melville Millionaires 7 - Toronto Victorias 3

Melville Millionaires win the series 15-11 and retain the Allan Cup.

1915 Allan Cup Second challenge articles: 3

Third challenge

Melville Millionaires received a challenge from the Winnipeg Monarchs, Western Canada champions. Played in Melville, Saskatchewan.

Results

Melville Millionaires 4 - Winnipeg Monarchs 3
Winnipeg Monarchs 4 - Melville Millionaires 2

Winnipeg Monarchs conquer the Allan Cup, winning the series 7-goals-to-6. The Monarchs win the Allan Cup. There were no further challenges.

Overview of "Western Canada" article

External links

  1. ^ "Easterners Get The First Bat At Cup". Winnipeg Free Press. Winnipeg, Manitoba. February 25, 1915. p. 46.