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 10
Associated Title(s) Baldy Northcott Trophy
Keystone Cup
Website Keystonejr.ca

The Keystone Junior Hockey League (KJHL) is a Junior 'B' ice hockey league in the province of Manitoba, Canada. The league, which is sanctioned by Hockey Manitoba, was formerly known as the Manitoba Junior 'B' Hockey League.

The KJHL champion used to play the champion of the Northwest Junior Hockey League (NJHL) for the Baldy Northcott Trophy. Since the demise of the NJHL in 2004, the KJHL has been the only Junior 'B' team in the province; thus its champion has been awarded the provincial title. The provincial champion moves on to compete for the Western Canadian Junior 'B' championship, the Keystone Cup.[1]

Teams[edit]

Team City/Area Arena Founded Head Coach
Arborg Ice Dawgs Arborg Arborg & District Arena 2006 Ron Schalk
Cross Lake Islanders Cross Lake Cross Lake Sports Complex 2006 Harley Garrioch
Fisher River Hawks Fisher River Bryden Cochrane Sr. Sports Complex 2014 Carl Cochrane
Lundar Falcons Lundar Lundar Arena 2010 Brad Drews
North Winnipeg Satelites Winnipeg Billy Mosienko Arena 1980 Cory Mymryk, Chris Pache
Norway House North Stars Norway House Kinosao Sipi Multiplex 2004 Edward Albert
OCN Storm Opaskwayak Cree Nation Gordon Lathlin Memorial Centre 2012 Jeremy Hohn
Peguis Juniors Peguis Peguis Multiplex 1994 Farron Cochrane
Selkirk Fishermen Selkirk Selkirk Recreation Complex 1918 Chris Poponick
St. Malo Warriors St. Malo St. Malo Arena 1963 Ralph Collette

Defunct teams[edit]

Champions[edit]

Year Playoff winner Keystone Cup result Year Playoff winner Keystone Cup result
1978 Transcona Railers 2001 St. Malo Warriors
1979 Transcona Railers 2002 North Winnipeg Satelites
1980 Transcona Railers Railers - Gold; Fishermen - Silver 2003 North Winnipeg Satelites
1981 Transcona Railers Railers - Gold 2004 Selkirk Fishermen
1982 Transcona Railers 2005 Selkirk Fishermen
1983 North Winnipeg Satelites Fishermen - Gold 2006 North Winnipeg Satelites
1984 Selkirk Fishermen Fishermen - Silver 2007 Winnipeg Saints Saints - Bronze
1985 North Winnipeg Satelites 2008 Norway House North Stars North Stars - Silver
1986 North Winnipeg Satelites 2009 St. Malo Warriors
1987 Oak Bluff Raiders 2010 Selkirk Fishermen
1988 North Winnipeg Satelites 2011 Arborg Ice Dawgs
1989 North Winnipeg Satelites 2012 Arborg Ice Dawgs
1990 Beausejour Comets 2013 Peguis Juniors
1991 Selkirk Fishermen 2014 Selkirk Fishermen
1992 Selkirk Fishermen Fishermen - Bronze 2015 Selkirk Fishermen
1993 Selkirk Fishermen 2016 Peguis Juniors Juniors 5th of 6
1994 Selkirk Fishermen Fishermen - Silver
1995 St. Malo Warriors
1996 Peguis Juniors
1997 St. Malo Warriors Warriors - Silver
1998 Peguis Juniors
1999 Selkirk Fishermen
2000 St. Malo Warriors

NHL alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Peguis Juniors off to St. Malo for Keystone Cup". The Interlake Spectator. 17 April 2013. 

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