The Winnipeg Monarchs were a Canadian senior ice hockey team from Winnipeg, Manitoba that was organized in 1906. The Monarchs won the 1915 Allan Cup as the Canadian Senior Hockey Champions. In 1935 the Monarchs won gold for Canada at the World Ice Hockey Championships.
The Winnipeg Monarchs hockey club was organized in 1906 and played their games at a rink on the corner of Sergent Avenue and Furby Street in west-end Winnipeg. The Monarchs were allowed into the Manitoba Senior Hockey League in 1911, joining the Winnipeg Victorias and the Winnipeg Varsity in a three team league. In 1913 and 1914, the Monarchs captured the Manitoba Senior Hockey Crown. In 1915, the Monarchs were the Canadian Senior Hockey Champions winning the Allan Cup. The team carried two future Hockey Hall of Fame members in centre forward Dick Irvin and rover Fred "Steamer" Maxwell.
In 1934, the Senior Monarchs won the Manitoba Senior Championship, and in 1935 they represented Canada at the World Ice Hockey Championships held in Switzerland. The 1935 National Team roster included three 1932 gold medal winning Olympians: Roy Henkel, Victor Lindquist and Romeo Rivers. The team was undefeated during the seven-game tournament, scoring 44 goals while allowing an average of only one goal per game. In the final game the Monarchs defeated Switzerland by a score of 4-2 to win the world championship title for Canada.
After the winning the world championship title, the Monarchs continued to tour Europe where they played in 66 exhibition games before returning home to Canada with a 63-1-2 record. Following this successful European tour, the Winnipeg Monarch Senior Club ceased operations.
Two junior teams would later use the Monarchs name. The Winnipeg Monarchs competed in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League from 1930 to 1978. The Monarchs name was also used by a Western Canada Hockey League team during the 1976-1977 season. Today, the Winnipeg Minor Hockey Association uses the Monarchs name in its AAA programs.