Season Summary

  • Finished 3rd in the Southern Saskatchewan
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Notes

The junior Moose Jaw Maroons were the official owners of the Maroons name. By the 1930's, many teams in a variety of sports adopted the Maroons name as well as colour. The junior football team filed a grievance which required all unofficial Maroons teams to change their names for the 1933 season. The senior Maroons adopted the name Millers in 1933.

Chris Sinclair
Week Date/Time (EST Result Attendance
2
Sat Oct 2
REG @ MJMIL ND  
3
Sat Oct 9
MJMIL 0 @ REGBC 26 L  
4
Sat Oct 16 5:00 PM
REGBC 12 @ MJMIL 5 L  
5
Sat Oct 23
MJMIL @ REG ND  
GP W L T PTS PF PA Streak L6
Regular Season 4 0 4 0 0 5 38 L2 0-2-0
    Home 2 0 2 0 0 5 12 L1 0-1-0
    Visitor 2 0 2 0 0 0 26 L1 0-1-0

Full 1920 League Standings

No results available.

Opponent Opp. Win %
Divisional 0.750 0-1-0 (1) 0-1-0 (1)
Non-Divisional 0.000 0-0-0 (0) 0-0-0 (0)
Regina Rugby Club (2) 1.000
Regina Boat Club (2) 0.500
19201919 +/-
Average Combined Score 21.50 -10.75
Average Winning Score
Average Losing Score 2.50 -1.83
Average Home Score 5.00 -3.00
Average Visitor Score 0.00
Average Margin of Victory
Average Margin of Loss 16.50 -12.50

No coaches for the Moose Jaw Millers 1920 season are known.

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