Hockey Manitoba

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Hockey Manitoba
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Sport ice hockey
Jurisdiction Manitoba
Founded 1914 (1914)
(as Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association)
Affiliation

Hockey Canada

Hockey Winnipeg
Headquarters Winnipeg
President Brian Franklin
Chief Exec Peter Woods
Secretary Ashley Fergusson
Official website
hockeymanitoba.ca
Canada
Manitoba

Hockey Manitoba is the governing body of amateur ice hockey in the province of Manitoba, Canada. Hockey Manitoba was founded in 1914 as the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association and is a branch affiliate of Hockey Canada.

As part of its mandate, Hockey Manitoba oversees junior and senior hockey (excluding major junior), minor hockey (through its ten regional branches), provincial championships, officiating programs, and skill development programs for coaches and players, in conjunction with member leagues and minor hockey associations.

Leagues[edit]

Senior

Junior

Minor Hockey

Women's

MHSAA

Defunct[edit]

Provincial Championships[edit]

Regional Minor Hockey Associations[edit]

Region Main Centre(s)
Brandon Brandon
Central Plains Portage la Prairie
Eastman Beausejour, Steinbach
Interlake Arborg, Gimli, Stonewall
Norman Thompson, Flin Flon, The Pas
Parkland Dauphin
Pembina Valley Morden, Winkler
Westman South Souris, Virden
Winnipeg Winnipeg, Selkirk
Yellowhead Minnedosa, Neepawa

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Independent or outlaw hockey league". "The Globe and Mail". 11 January 2011. 

External links[edit]