Capital Junior Hockey League

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Capital Junior Hockey League
CentralJHL Logo.jpg
Commissioner Jim McAuley
Disciplinarian Larry Davis
Former name(s) Edmonton Metropolitan Junior Hockey League
Founded 1972
No. of teams 14
Recent Champions North Edmonton Red Wings (2015-16)
Website CJHL.org

The Capital Junior Hockey League is a Junior "B" ice hockey league in Alberta, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Canada. The league was established in 1972 as the Edmonton Metropolitan Junior Hockey League.

League playoff winners face off against the winners of the other Alberta "B" leagues in the Alberta Provincial Junior B Hockey Championship. The Provincial winner earns the chance to compete for the Western Canadian Junior "B" Crown, the Keystone Cup.

Teams[edit]

Division Team Centre
East Beaumont Chiefs Beaumont
Edmonton Royals Edmonton
Fort Saskatchewan Hawks Fort Saskatchewan
Leduc Riggers Leduc
Sherwood Park Knights Sherwood Park
Strathcona Bruins Strathcona County
Wetaskiwin Icemen Wetaskiwin
West Beverly Warriors Beverly
Edmonton Mustangs Edmonton
Morinville Jets Morinville
North Edmonton Red Wings Edmonton
Spruce Grove Regals Spruce Grove
St. Albert Merchants St. Albert
Stony Plain Flyers Stony Plain

Champions[edit]

Season Champion Provincial result Keystone Cup result
1973 University of Alberta Junior Bears
1974 Sherwood Park Knights
1975 Waterloo Mercuries
1976 Sherwood Park Knights
1977 Leduc Riggers
1978 Stony Plain Flyers
1979 Stony Plain Flyers
1980 Leduc Riggers
1981 Leduc Riggers
1982 Sherwood Park Knights
1983 Sherwood Park Knights
1984 Sherwood Park Knights
1985 Stony Plain Flyers
1986 Stony Plain Flyers
1987 Leduc Riggers
1988 St. Albert Merchants
1989 Stony Plain Flyers Gold medalist Bronze medalist
1990 Beaumont Chiefs
1991 Stony Plain Flyers Bronze medalist
1992 Leduc Riggers
1993 Leduc Riggers
1994 Sherwood Park Knights
1995 St. Albert Merchants
1996 St. Albert Merchants Silver medalist
1997 St. Albert Merchants
1998 St. Albert Merchants
1999 Edmonton Royals Silver medalist
2000 Edmonton River Kings Gold medalist
2001 Edmonton River Kings
2002 Beverly Warriors
2003 Spruce Grove Regals Gold medalist Silver medalist
2004 Beverly Warriors
2005 St. Albert Merchants
2006 Edmonton Royals
2007 North Edmonton Red Wings
2008 Sherwood Park Knights Gold medalist Gold medalist[1]
2009 Sherwood Park Knights
2010 Beverly Warriors
2011 Beaumont Chiefs
2012 Spruce Grove Regals
2013 Sherwood Park Knights
2014 Fort Saskatchewan Hawks
2015 North Edmonton Red Wings Gold medalist Silver medalist[2]
2016 North Edmonton Red Wings
2017 Wetaskiwin Icemen

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Knights back in saddle for another run". Sherwood Park News. 9 October 2008. 
  2. ^ "Powerful Storm add Keystone Cup title". Times Colonist. 20 April 2015. 

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