1920 Memorial Cup

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The 1920 Memorial Cup final was the second junior ice hockey championship of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. The George Richardson Memorial Trophy champions Toronto Canoe Club Paddlers of the Ontario Hockey Association competed against the Abbott Cup champions Selkirk Fishermen of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. In a two-game, total goal series, held at the Arena Gardens in Toronto, Ontario, Toronto won their first Memorial Cup, defeating Selkirk 15 - 5.

Scores[1][edit]

  • Game 1: Toronto 10-1 Selkirk
  • Game 2: Toronto 5-4 Selkirk

Winning roster[edit]

Harold Applegath, Billy Burch, Lionel Conacher, Sydney Hueston, Cyril Kelly, Duke McCurry, John Mollenhauer, Frank Moore, Wilfrid White, Roy Worters. Coach: Dick Carroll[2]

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