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  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo provided by the Steinbach Pistons

    The Steinbach Pistons are MJHL champions. The Manitoba Junior Hockey League season has come to a close, and with it, another new champ has been named. Steinbach collected their second Turnbull Cup in franchise history, and first championship since 2013.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Graphic courtesy of the MJHL

    The Manitoba Junior Hockey League's Board of Governors met for the Annual General Meeting this past week, which saw some notable changes.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the OCN Blizzard

    Winnipeg's Brady Valiquette has agreed to play Division III NCAA hockey with Nichols College in Dudley, Massachusetts for the 2018-19 hockey season. 

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

  • Photos by James Carey Lauder, Ryan Sawatzky and Jeff Miller

  • Johnston Hall

    Photos by James Carey Lauder, Ryan Sawatzky and Jeff Miller

    One of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League’s most exciting graduating players has been named MJHL Player of the Month for February.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the Canadian Sport School Hockey League

    In the Rink Hockey Academy's short existence, the program has seen many of its players move on to pave successful Manitoba Junior Hockey League and Western Hockey League careers in Canada, as well as some other success stories in the United States.

  • The Manitoba Junior Hockey League has announced its players of the month of March. In selecting a Defenceman of the Month, a Goaltender of the Month, a Rookie of the Month, Performer of the Month and an overall Player of the Month, four dedicated Manitoban junior hockey players have been recognized for their efforts this past calendar month.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the Winkler Flyers 

    On Wednesday, the Manitoba Junior Hockey League announced its $1,200 2018 Scholarship Fund winners. Two graduating Winkler products and a graduating Winnipegger picked up the annual bursaries from the 2017-18 season. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the Neepawa Natives

    The Neepawa Natives wasted little time putting pen to paper with 17-year-old forward Nathan Driver. After trading with the Selkirk Steelers for Driver this past June, the team signed the former Rink Hockey Academy standout to a standard player agreement Wednesday.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Matthew Murnaghan

    Following two exceptionally close losses in its first two contests, Manitoba's lone representative in the 2018 RBC Cup - the Steinbach Pistons - will be facing off against the Ottawa Junior Senators Wednesday evening in Chilliwack B.C.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo provided by Steinbach Pistons

    The Steinbach Pistons etched their name into the Anavet Cup Monday night, with a 2-1 victory over the Nipawin Hawks in game six of the series. In doing so, Steinbach has punched its ticket to the RBC Cup for the first time in franchise history.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by the Manitoba Junior Hockey League

    Brandon, Manitoba's Bradley Schoonbaert is heading to Calgary. Last week it was announced that the former Steinbach Piston has committed to play for the University of Calgary Dinos for the 2018-19 hockey season. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the Steinbach Pistons

    After three seasons of Manitoba Junior Hockey League play for his hometown Steinbach Pistons, defenceman Darby Gula has committed to spend the 2018-19 hockey season at Bemidji State, for the university's Beavers hockey program. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Elizabeth Harris

    The Red Lake Miners of the Superior International Junior Hockey League have made a splash in the Manitoba hockey market, acquiring two forwards from northern Manitoba in separate moves. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Stefanie Davis

    The Waywayseecappo Wolverines shook things up with two trades on Sunday. Although on paper it was officially two separate deals, the Wolverines, Natives and Millionaires put together the best three-way deal possible in an inter-league fashion. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of Wawayseecappo

    The Waywayseecappo Wolverines of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League is looking to hire a play-by-play commentator for the upcoming 2018-19 hockey season. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Image courtesy of the La Ronge Ice Wolves

    Daniel Chartrand of Dauphin, MB. has committed to play hockey for the Northland College Lumberjacks of the NCAA's Division III. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Jeff Vinnick

    The Winnipeg Blues are hoping to go the distance in 2018-19, in hopes of putting their 31-22-7 sixth-place finish from last season to shame. If the off-season has been any indication, that task has become much easier with a key addition to the Blues' 2018-19 coaching staff. 

  • The Winnipeg Blues accomplished Sunday what many onlookers may have touted as 'impossible', in defeating the three-time defending Manitoba Junior Hockey League champion Portage Terriers in just six games.

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