The 1915 Allan Cup was the Canadian national senior ice hockey championship for the 1914-15 season. The title was first held by the Melville Millionaires as champions of their league and two challenge wins. The Millionaires then lost the final Allan Cup challenge to the Winnipeg Monarchs. The 1915 playoff marked the eighth time the Allan Cup had a champion.
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