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Written by gpunzalanPublished: 19 Nov 2017
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE – As defending league champions, it almost goes without saying that the Portage Terriers will be in everyone’s crosshairs when the puck drops on the 2017-18 Manitoba Junior Hockey League season. The Terriers scored a 4-2 series win over a pesky OCN Blizzard squad in last year’s league championship round to claim their third consecutive Turnbull Memorial Trophy. It marked the eighth time since 2005 that the club was crowned MJHL champs. With a strong nucleus of returning players from last year’s championship team, the Terriers are considered an early favourite to once again rule the 11-team loop. But Can the Terriers make it four in a row?

Out of 132 Junior A teams across the country, the Chilliwack Chiefs are now ranked number one. Rallying from behind,

A familiar hometown face on the Virden Oil Capitals will be heading south of the 49th parallel for the 2018-19 hockey season/school year. Third-year left-shooting forward for the Oil Caps

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