The Melville Millioniares won the 1914-15 Saskatchewan Senior Playoffs, therby also winning the Allan Cup from the previous winners, the Regina Victorias.
Top Row L to R - William "Billy" MacKenzie, Bob McCutcheon, Andrew B. “Moose" Callin, Gordie Mullins, Harry MacKenzie.
Bottom Row - D’Arcy Smith, Harold Thompson, Sid “Speedy” Moynes, Mel Hepburn (mascot), Harold Bown, Bill Ross
The Melville Millionaires played home games at the Queen Street Rink.
They played in the South Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League, and during the 1915 playoffs, successfully defended the Allan Cup in two total goal challenge series against the Prince Albert Mintos (15-13) and the Toronto Victorias (15-11).
They lost a third final two game challenge to the Winnipeg Monarchs (6-7) who were then considered Allan Cup champions for 1915.
The Melville Millionaires were installed into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame June, 1979.