By Carter Brooks

Photo courtesy of the NCN Flames

The Keystone Junior Hockey League will have a fifth team in the running for the 2019-20 Junior B hockey season.

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 provided by Peguis

You can chock it up as a three-peat as the Peguis Juniors Win KJHL Championship.

Defeating the St. Malo Warriors by scores of 5-1, 2-0, 4-3 and 4-3 again, Peguis only lost just one game of the 2017-18 KJHL playoffs, going 12-1 en route to the club's sixth Keystone Junior title in franchise history.


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