Flin Flon Bombers
Memorial Cup Champions 1957
Abbott Cup Champions 1957
Corbeau Cup Champions 1957
Robin Hood Trophy Champions 1957
Front Row L to R - Ron Hutchinson, Cliff Lennartz, Slim Holdaway (executive), Bobby Kirk (coach), George Wood, Doug Dawson (manager), Hec McCaig (trainer), Pat Ginnell, Carl Forster.
Middle Row - Harvey Fleming, Barry Beatty, Ken Wiley, Jim Wardle (executive), Ted Hampson, Pinkie Davie (executive), George Konik, Jean Gauthier, Mike Kardash.
Back Row - Rod Lee, Duane Rupp, Orland Kurtenbach, Lynn Davis, Mel Pearson.
The 1956–57 Flin Flon Bombers had no trouble winning their own league, the SJHL, averaging nearly 6 goals a game and allowing only 2 against. They won the league title by 19 points. In the playoffs, they beat the Humboldt Indians 4-games-to-none and won the final over the Prince Albert Mintos 4-games-to-2.
In the Western Canadian playdowns, the Bombers next played Edmonton Oil Kings of the Western Junior Hockey League. After allowing the series to be split after four games, the Bombers beat the Oil Kings the next two games to take the series in six. The Bombers then beat the Thunder Bay Junior A Hockey League's Fort William Canadiens four games straight to win the Abbott Cup.
Best-of-seven series Memorial Cup, held at the Whitney Forum in Flin Flon, Manitoba and at Regina Exhibition Stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Flin Flon won their 1st Memorial Cup, defeating Ottawa 4 games to 3.
Game 1: Flin Flon 3-1 Ottawa (in Flin Flon)
Game 2: Ottawa 4-3 Flin Flon (in Flin Flon)
Game 3: Ottawa 5-2 Flin Flon (in Flin Flon)
Game 4: Flin Flon 3-1 Ottawa (in Regina)
Game 5: Flin Flon 3-2 Ottawa (in Regina)
Game 6: Ottawa 4-2 Flin Flon (in Regina)
Game 7: Flin Flon 3-2 Ottawa (in Regina)
The 1956–57 Flin Flon Bombers were inducted into both the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame and Museum and the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame.