Pacific Junior A Hockey League
In 1971, the league was a Junior B league created by Fred Page. In 1974, the league was promoted to a Tier II Junior "A". Fred Page was a Canadian Amateur Hockey Association executive, who later had the Fred Page Cup and the BCHL's Championship Trophy named after him. The league continued to run until 1979, when Fred Page agreed to allow a merger between the BCJHL and the PJHL. The league's top team at that time was the Richmond Sockeyes.
In five years of Junior A competition, the PJHL was able to capture 3 Mowat Cups from the grasp of the BCJHL. In competition against the Alberta Junior Hockey League for what would become the Doyle Cup, the PJHL went 0 for 3 and never got a chance to compete for the Abbott Cup or Centennial Cup head on.
- Chilliwack Bruins
- Coquitlam Comets
- Kerrisdale Couriers
- Nor'Wes Caps
- Richmond Sockeyes
- Surrey Stampeders
- Vancouver Jr. Canucks/Canadians
Please note: In chart, league champions are bolded.
- Canadian Junior A Hockey League
- Royal Bank Cup
- Memorial Cup
- Hockey Canada
- British Columbia Hockey League
- Kootenay International Junior Hockey League