The 1969 Memorial Cup was the 51st annual Memorial Cup competition, organized by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) to determine the champion of junior A ice hockey. It was a best of 7 series between the Montreal Jr. Canadiens of the Ontario Hockey Association and the Regina Pats of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League held at the Montreal Forum in Montreal, Quebec and at the Regina Exhibition Stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan. Montreal won their 2nd Memorial Cup, defeating Regina 4 games to 0.



Winning roster

Players: Jean-Pierre Bordeleau, Guy Charron, Gary Connelly, Andre Dupont, Jocelyn Guevremont, Robert Guindon, Normand Gratton, Rejean Houle, Serge Lajeunesse, Robert Lalonde, Richard Lemieux, Rick Martin, Claude Moreau, Gilbert Perreault, Arthur Quoquochi, Jim Rutherford, Marc Tardif, Ted Tucker, Wayne Wood. Coach: Roger Bedard.[2]

National playoffs

Opening Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Memorial Cup
BC Victoria 2
Alb Lethbridge 4
Alb Lethbridge 1
Western Canada
Ssk Regina 4
Ssk Regina 4
Man Dauphin 3
Man Dauphin 4
TB Fort William 2
TB Fort William 3
NWO Schreiber 1
Ssk Regina 0
OHA Montreal 4
OHA Montreal 3
Eastern Canada
PQ Sorel 1
NO Sudbury 0
PQ Sorel 4
PQ Sorel 4
Ott Hull 1
Ott Hull 4
Mar Fredericton 3

Additional interleague playdowns

Sorel Black Hawks defeated Port Alfred Nationale 3-games-to-none (Quebec SF)
Sorel Black Hawks defeated St. Jerome Alouettes 3-games-to-none (Quebec Final)

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.