• By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of Pembina Valley

    The Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League has announced its monthly award winners for the month of January.

  • By Bill Burfoot

    Photo courtesy of the St. James Canucks

    The St. James Canucks picked up their third overtime win of the postseason on Wednesday night, opening up the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League final with a 4-3 win over the Pembina Valley Twisters.

  • By Bill Burfoot

    Photo by Deny Gravel

    The puck drops on the MMJHL playoffs Friday night with all eight teams taking to the ice.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Image courtesy of the St. Vital Vics

    St. Vital Victorias' Riley Beauchemin was the big winner of this past month's Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League's monthly awards. 

  • By Scott Taylor
    Photo by James Carey Lauder
    Carson Rybuck, the hard-nosed offensive star of the first-place Raiders Junior Hockey Club has been named Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League MMJHL February Player of the Month.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the MMJHL

    The Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League announced its November award winners, including the player, goaltender, defenceman and rookie of the month. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the MMJHL

    Noah Skorpad has done it again. On Tuesday, the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League announced its December award winners, and once again, Skorpad took home the league's Player of the Month distinction. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of BellMTS IcePlex

    The 2018-19 Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League season will look a little different for the St. Boniface Riels. As opposed to lacing up for home games in their familiar Notre Dame Arena, the Riels will host their opponents from the BellMTS IcePlex. 

  • By Bill Burfoot

    Photo courtesy of St. James Canucks

    The Pembina Valley Twisters have booked their spot in the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League final with a 4-2 series win over the Stonewall Jets. 

  • By Bill Burfoot

    Photo courtesy of the Pembina Valley Twisters

    The Pembina Valley Twisters continued their hot play, opening up their semi-final series against the Stonewall Jets with a 3-2 win on Saturday night.  

  • By Bill Burfoot

    Photo courtesy of the Pembina Valley Twisters

    The Pembina Valley Twisters are the first team to move on in the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League playoffs after completing a 4-0 series sweep over the Charleswood Hawks on Friday night. 

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