Keystone Junior Hockey League

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Keystone Junior Hockey League (KJHL)
Keystonelogo.jpg
Commissioner Rod Gluck
Former name(s) Manitoba Junior B Hockey League (1977-2004)
Founded 1977
No. of teams 9
Championship Selkirk Fishermen
Website Keystonejr.ca

The Keystone Junior Hockey League (KJHL), formerly known as the Manitoba Junior 'B' Hockey League (MJBHL), is a Junior 'B' ice hockey league composed of 9 teams in Manitoba, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Manitoba.

The winner of the KJHL playoffs used to compete with the champions of the Northwest Junior Hockey League for the Manitoba Provincial Junior B Hockey Championship, the NJHL folded in 2004.

The winner of the Manitoba Provincial Junior B Hockey Championship moves on to compete for the Western Canada "B" Crown, the Keystone Cup.

Teams[edit]

List of teams[edit]

Team City/Area Arena Founded Head Coach Captain
Arborg Ice Dawgs Arborg Arborg & District Arena 2006 Ron Schalk Bryant Gudmundson
Fisher River Hawks Fisher River Bryden Cochrane Sr. Sports Complex 2014
Lundar Falcons Lundar Lundar Arena 2010 Brad Drews Orrin Hogue
North Winnipeg Satelites Winnipeg Billy Mosienko Arena 1980 Taylor Lemon Bryan MacKenzie
Norway House North Stars Norway House Kinosao Sipi Multiplex 2004 Edward Albert Jonathan Mowatt
OCN Storm Opaskwayak Cree Nation Gordon Lathlin Memorial Centre 2012 Jeremy Hohn
Peguis Juniors Peguis Peguis Area & Multi-Plex 1994 Farron Cochrane Spencer Sutherland
Selkirk Fishermen Selkirk Selkirk Recreation Complex 1918 Chris Poponick Vacant
St. Malo Warriors St. Malo St. Malo Arena 1963 Ralph Collette Charles Edwards

Playoff champions[edit]

Defunct teams[edit]

  • Beausejour Comets
  • Cross Lake Islanders
  • Ebb & Flow Flyers
  • Gimli Vikings
  • Mitchell Mohawks
  • Oak Bluff Raiders
  • Pineview Saints
  • Portage Terriers
  • Sagkeeng Hawks
  • Sanford Titans
  • Souris Elks
  • St. Boniface Saints
  • St. Claude Knights
  • Ste. Rose Royals
  • Steinbach Millers
  • Stonewall Jets (joined MMJHL in 2001)
  • Transcona Railers (joined MMJHL in 1983)

NHL alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

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