St. Michael's College
Toronto St. Michael's Majors
Memorial Cup Champions 1934
George Richardson Memorial Trophy Champions 1934
J. Ross Robertson Cup Champions 1934
Sportsmens Patriotic Association / SPA Tournament Trophy Winners 1934
Top Row L to R - Dr. Jerry Laflamme (coach), Regis "Pep" Kelly, Nick Metz, M.S. Lynch.
Middle Row - Leo McLean, Bobby Bauer, Clarence Mickey Drouillard, Reg Hamilton, Harvey Teno, Jack Hamilton, Art Jackson, John Acheson, Frank N. Bauer.
Bottom Row - J.J. Timmons, J.J. Burke, Don Wilson, Hugh Gilroy.
In the 1934 playoffs St. Michael's skated to 8-2, and 9-3 victories versus the Ottawa Shamrocks to win the two game series for the Ontario title. In the following series, Toronto faced the Charlottetown Abegweits in the eastern final, played in Toronto. The Majors prevailed again in two games, by scores of 12-2 and 7-2.
The Memorial Cup final was played at Shea's Amphitheatre in Winnipeg, where St. Michael's faced the Edmonton Athletic Club in a best-of-three series for the title.
The Majors picked up Turk Broda from the Winnipeg Monarchs to back up goaltender Harvey Teno if he got injured. St. Mike's opened with a 5-0 victory over the Athletics on April 3. More than 4,500 fans showed up for game 2 on April 5. St. Michael's won its first Memorial Cup championship, with a 6-4 victory in overtime.
Dr. W. J. (Jerry) Laflamme, a dentist had quite a Hockey history. He refereed in the NHL in the 1920s. That was after he had played defence on the Allan Cup winners from St. Michael's in 1909-1910 and captained the Allan Cup-winning Dentals of Toronto in 1916-17.