Cyclone Taylor Cup
The Cyclone Taylor Cup tournament serves as the British Columbia Provincial Junior B Hockey Championship. The annual tournament is held amongst the champions of British Columbia's three Junior B ice hockey leagues, as well as a host team. The winner of the Cyclone Taylor Cup moves onto the Western Canadian Junior B championship, the Keystone Cup.
The tournament is played between four teams in a single round-robin format. The top two teams meet in the championship game.
The 2014 qualifiers are as follows:
|Kootenay International Junior Hockey League||Beaver Valley Nitehawks|
|Pacific Junior Hockey League||Aldergrove Kodiaks|
|Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League||Victoria Cougars|
|Host (KIJHL)||Nelson Leafs|
Bolded are Cyclone Taylor Cup champions. Italics represents runner-up.
After the implementation of the round robin during the 2003-04 season, (Rep) denotes a league runner-up that gained access to the tournament because their league champion was also the tournament host.
Prior to the 2003-04 season, the hosting duties were rotated through the three leagues, with the champions from the other two leagues playing off for the right to meet the host league's champion. The winner would then face the host league's champion in a best-of-three series for the Cyclone Taylor Cup, played over one weekend.
Round Robin Format