1926 Memorial Cup

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The 1926 Memorial Cup final was the eighth junior ice hockey championship of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. The George Richardson Memorial Trophy champions Queen's University of Eastern Canada competed against the Abbott Cup champions Calgary Canadians of the Calgary City Junior Hockey League in Western Canada. The Queen's University team was a junior squad which played exhibition games against teams in the Ontario Hockey Association senior division, and teams in the Lake Ontario Veteran's Hockey League. In a best-of-three series, held at Shea's Amphitheatre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Calgary won their 1st Memorial Cup, defeating Queen's University two games to one.


  • Game 1: Calgary 4-2 Queen's
  • Game 2: Queen's 3-2 Calgary
  • Game 3: Calgary 3-2 Queen's

Winning roster[edit]

Chuck Dunn, Irving Frew, Ronnie Martin, Joe McGoldrich, Donnie McFadyen, George McTeer, Tony Savage, Bert Taylor, Paul Thompson, Sam Timmins. Coach: Eddie Poulin[2]


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