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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

    Photo courtesy of the Winkler Flyers

    On Tuesday it was announced that Rogers Sportsnet Hometown Hockey will be heading to the communities of Winkler and Steinbach, MB. in early March of 2019. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo provided by UOIT

    On Tuesday, 20-year-old Matthieu Gomercic of Winnipeg, MB. announced his commitment to play university hockey with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks in Oshawa, ON. 

  • 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 Matthew Murnaghan

    The Steinbach Pistons had their extended season come to an end Thursday evening at the Prospera Centre in Chilliwack, B.C. It has been over 250 days since training camp and the preseason opened for Steinbach from the T.G. Smith Centre in southern Manitoba.

  • 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. 

  • 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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