Noralta Junior Hockey League

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Noralta Junior Hockey League (NJHL)
Noralta Jr C.JPG
Commissioner Chris Hurley
Former name(s) North Central Junior Hockey League (1992-2003)
Founded 1992
No. of teams 12
Associated Title(s) Hockey Alberta Provincials

The Noralta Junior Hockey League is a Junior "C" ice hockey league in Alberta, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Canada.


Originally known as the North Central Junior Hockey League, two teams (St. Albert and Sherwood Park) competed as a non-contact league for the initial three seasons. In 1995 the league expanded to four teams and began playing with full contact rules.

The league was incorporated as Noralta Junior Hockey League on December 22, 2003.


Team Centre
Edmonton Avalanche Edmonton
Edmonton Mavericks Edmonton
Gibbons Broncos Gibbons
Morinville Titans Morinville
New Sarepta Falcons New Sarepta
NorthEast Zone Northstars Edmonton
RCAC Rivermen Edmonton
Seera Icemen Edmonton
Sherwood Park Renegades Sherwood Park
St. Albert Comets St. Albert
SouthWest Zone Ice Kings Edmonton
SouthWest Zone Oil Kings Edmonton

Former teams[edit]

  • Beaumont Braves
  • Calahoo (1996-99)
  • Drayton Valley (1995-)
  • Edmonton Braves (1995-)
  • Edmonton Capitals (1997-)
  • Edmonton Ice
  • Edmonton Firebirds
  • Fort Saskatchewan Traders (2007-2017)
  • Legal (1996-97)
  • Millet Lightning
  • Morinville Super C's
  • Oil Capital Blades (2000-)
  • Oil Capital Wildcats (2000-)
  • Paul Band (1996-99)
  • Seera Stealth (????-16)
  • SWZ Sentinels
  • Thorhild (1995-97)
  • Wabamun Wings


Alberta Jr. C Provincial Champions[edit]

The champion and two runners-up compete against the top three teams of the Calgary Junior C Hockey League for the Provincial Junior "C" title.

Year Champion
1996 Sexsmith Vipers
1997 Calgary Southland (CJCHL)
1998 none
1999 none
2000 Oyen Bees
2001 none
2002 none
2003 Springbank Rockies (CJCHL)
2004 Springbank Rockies (CJCHL)
2005 SWZ Oil Kings
2006 SWZ Oil Kings
2007 Springbank Rockies (CJCHL)
2008 Sherwood Park Renegades
2009 Edmonton Ice
2010 Seera Icemen
2011 Beaumont Braves
2012 Edmonton Avalanche
2013 Edmonton Avalanche
2014 Edmonton Avalanche
2015 Edmonton Avalanche[1]
2016 Edmonton Avalanche
2017 NEZ North Stars


  1. ^ "Provincials". Hockey Alberta. Retrieved 21 November 2015. 

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