Prince Edward Island Junior C Hockey League

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The Prince Edward Island Junior C Hockey League is a Junior "C" ice hockey league in Prince Edward Island, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Canada. The winner of the playoffs competes in the Maritime-Hockey North Junior C Championships. The league was known as the Prince Edward Island Minor Junior Hockey League until 2009.

Summerside was announced as a team returning to the league for the 2016-17 season.

Teams[edit]

Team Centre
Belfast Sabres Belfast
North River Flames Cornwall
Sherwood Metros Sherwood
Morell Flyers Morell
South Side Lynx Crapaud
Summerside Red Wings Summerside
Tignish Aces Tignish

Former League Teams[edit]

Team Centre
Charlottetown Abbies Charlottetown folded after 2011-12 season
Holland College Jr. Hurricanes Charlottetown Moved to Jr B after 2011-12 season
Montague Norsemen -
Morell Crunch Morell folded after 2012-13 season
Pownal Red Devils - folded after 2011-12 season
Souris Hawks Souris Folded after several games 2015-16 season
Summerside Capitals Summerside Folded after 2014-15 season
Tyne Valley Clover Farmers Tyne Valley folded after 2012-13 season

Champions[edit]

2016 Southside Lynx
2015 Southside Lynx
2014 Tignish Aces
2013 Tignish Aces
2012 Tignish Aces
2011 Charlottetown Abbies
2010 Tignish Aces
2009 Tignish Aces
2008 Tignish Aces
2007 Sherwood Falcons
2006 Sherwood Falcons
2005 Tignish Aces
2004 Sherwood Falcons
2003 Tignish Aces
2002 Sherwood Falcons
2001 Montague Norsemen
2000 Charlottetown Abbies
1999 Charlottetown Abbies
1998 Tignish Aces
1997 North River Flames
1996 North River Flames
1995 Sherwood Falcons
1994 North River Flames
1993 Sherwood Falcons
1992 Kings County Kings

The Southside Lynx won their first league championship in the 2014-15 season and then proceeded to be the first PEI representative to advance to the Maritime-Hockey North Junior C Championships final game. In the championship game the Lynx played against the Baffin Blizzard with both teams vying to be the first team from their province/territory to claim a Maritime-Hockey North title. The Baffin Blizzard prevailed, winning 6-5.

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