The 1967 Memorial Cup was the 49th annual Memorial Cup competition, organized by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) to determine the champion of junior A ice hockey. The George Richardson Memorial Trophy champions Toronto Marlboros of the Ontario Hockey Association in Eastern Canada competed against the Abbott Cup champions Port Arthur Marrs of the Thunder Bay Junior Hockey League in Western Canada. In a best-of-seven series, held at Fort William Gardens in Fort William, Ontario, Toronto won their fifth Memorial Cup, defeating Port Arthur 4 games to 1.



Winning roster

Doug Acomb, Fred Barrett, Richie Bayes, Jim Blain, Mike Byers, Terry Caffrey, Cam Crosby, Gord Davies, Gary Edwards, Chris Evans, Brian Glennie, Frank Hamill, Ken Kelly, Steve King, Tom Martin, Gerry Meehan, Cam Newton, Al Osborne, Brad Park, Mike Pelyk, Bob Whidden, John Wright. Coach: Gus Bodnar[2]

National playoffs

Opening Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Memorial Cup
BC New Westminster 4
Alb Edmonton 3
BC New Westminster 4
Western Canada
Ssk Saskatoon 2
BC New Westminster 1
TB Port Arthur 4
Man Flin Flon 3
TB Port Arthur 4
NWO Geraldton 0
TB Port Arthur 3
TB Port Arthur 1
OHA Toronto 4
OHA Toronto 3
Eastern Canada
PQ Thetford Mines 1
NO Sault Ste. Marie 3
Ott Cornwall 4
Ott Cornwall 1
PQ Thetford Mines 4
PQ Thetford Mines 4
Mar Halifax 2

Additional Interleague Playdowns

Moncton Seals defeated Fredericton Red Wings 3-games-to-2 (New Brunswick Final)
Halifax Canadiens defeated North Sydney Victorias 4-games-to-0 (Nova Scotia Final)
Halifax Canadiens defeated Moncton Seals 4-games-to-1 (Maritime Final)
Verdun Maple Leafs defeated Dolbeau Castors 3-games-to-2 (Quebec SF)
Thetford Mines Canadiens defeated Verdun Maple Leafs 3-games-to-1 (Quebec Final)
New Westminster Royals defeated Trail Smoke Eaters 3-games-to-0 (British Columbia Semi Final)
New Westminster Royals defeated Penticton Broncos 4-games-to-0 (British Columbia Final)

Roll of League Champions


  1. ^ " - Tournament Results". Archived from the original on 2018-07-19. Retrieved 2016-05-11.
  2. ^ " - Winning Rosters". Archived from the original on 2017-09-10. Retrieved 2016-05-11.