1961 Memorial Cup

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The 1961 Memorial Cup final was the 43rd junior ice hockey championship of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. The teams involved were the Toronto St. Michael's Majors of the Ontario Hockey Association who played against the Edmonton Oil Kings of the Central Alberta Hockey League. St. Michael's won their 4th Memorial Cup, defeating Edmonton 4 games to 2.

Scores[1][change | change source]

  • Game 1: St. Michael's 4-0 Edmonton
  • Game 2: St. Michael's 4-1 Edmonton
  • Game 3: St. Michael's 4-2 Edmonton
  • Game 4: Edmonton 5-4 St. Michael's
  • Game 5: Edmonton 4-2 St. Michael's
  • Game 6: St. Michael's 4-2 Edmonton

Winning roster[change | change source]

Arnie Brown, Andre Champagne, Gerry Cheevers, Jack Cole, Paul Conlin, Terry Clancy, Bruce Draper, Dave Draper, Dave Dryden, Roger Galipeau, Paul Jackson, Larry Keenan, Duncan MacDonald, Bill MacMillan, Barry MacKenzie, Peter Noakes, Terry O'Malley, Sonny Osborne, Brian Walsh. Coach: Father David Bauer.[2]

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