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1975–76 MJHL season

The MJHL expands to Thompson, the Thompson King Miners join the leagues North Division. Kenora Muskies will shift to the South Division. A pair of teams change their names, the Winnipeg Monarchs become the Assiniboine Park Monarchs and the Kenora ...

                                               

1976–77 MJHL season

On April 5, 1977, Manitoba Junior Hockey League commissioner Bill Addison suspended the Turnbull Cup Finals between the Dauphin Kings and Kildonan North Stars, awarding it to Dauphin on the basis they won two of the three games completed.

                                               

2007–08 MJHL season

2008 NHL Entry Draft: Sean Collins of Waywayseecappo Wolverines is selected 187 overall by the Columbus Blue Jackets. The Southeast Blades are sold and relocated from Sagkeeng First Nation to Beausejour, Manitoba. The team is renamed the Beausejo ...

                                               

2008–09 MJHL season

                                               

2009–10 MJHL season

The 2009–10 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey Leagues 93rd season of operation. The Dauphin Kings were the best team in both the regular season and playoffs. The Kings hosted the 2010 Royal Bank Cup in Dauphin and advanced to the national cha ...

                                               

2010–11 MJHL season

The 2010–11 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey Leagues 94th season of operation. The Portage Terriers posted the best record in the regular season and won their seventh Turnbull Cup. The Terriers advanced as far as the 2011 Royal Bank Cup, but ...

                                               

2011–12 MJHL season

The Portage Terriers switch to the Addison division. The Winnipeg Saints relocate to the St. James Civic Centre in Winnipeg. This is the final season for the Saints, who permanently relocate to Virden after seasons end. The Terriers defeat the Sa ...

                                               

2012–13 MJHL season

The Steinbach Pistons join the MJHL playoffs for the first time in ten years, defeat the two-time defending champion Portage Terriers, and then upset the leagues top two teams from the regular season, the Winnipeg Blues and Dauphin Kings, to win ...

                                               

2013–14 MJHL season

The 2013–14 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey Leagues 97th season of operation. The Selkirk Steelers posted the best record in the regular season with 49 win and 102 points. The Steelers, however, could not advance past the first round, as th ...

                                               

2014–15 MJHL season

The 2014–15 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey Leagues 98th season of operation. The Portage Terriers dominated the MJHL from start to finish this season, posting the best winning percentage in league history and going undefeated in the playof ...

                                               

2015–16 MJHL season

The 2015–16 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey Leagues 99th season of operation. This season was a near carbon copy of the previous season as the Portage Terriers dominated the league for the second year in a row. The Terriers posted the best ...

                                               

2016–17 MJHL season

The 2016–17 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey Leagues 100th season of operation. Players and officials wore patches to commemorate Hockey Manitoba and the MJHLs centennial anniversary. The Steinbach Pistons finished with leagues best regular ...

                                               

2017–18 MJHL season

The 2017–18 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey Leagues 101st year of operation. The Steinbach Pistons finished with best regular season record for the second consecutive year and defeated the Virden Oil Capitals to win their second Turnbull Cup.

                                               

2018–19 MJHL season

The 2018–19 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey Leagues 102nd year of operation. The Portage Terriers defeated the Swan Valley Stampeders to win the Turnbull Cup for the ninth time in fifteen years.

                                               

2006–07 NOJHL season

The 2006–07 NOJHL season is the 29th season of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The seven teams of the NOJHL will play 48-game schedules. Come February, the top teams of each division will play down for the Copeland-McNamara Trophy, the ...

                                               

2007–08 NOJHL season

The 2007–08 NOJHL season is the 30th season of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The six teams of the East and West Divisions will play 50-game schedules. Come February, the top teams of each division will play down for the Copeland-McNa ...

                                               

2008–09 NOJHL season

The 2008–09 NOJHL season is the 31st season of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The eight teams of the East and West Divisions will play 50-game schedules. Come February, the top teams of each division will play down for the Copeland-Mc ...

                                               

2009–10 NOJHL season

The 2009–10 NOJHL season is the 32nd season of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The eight teams of the East and West Divisions will play 50-game schedules. Come February, the top teams of each division will play down for the Copeland-Mc ...

                                               

2010–11 NOJHL season

The 2010–11 NOJHL season is the 33rd season of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The eight teams of the East and West Divisions will play 50-game schedules. Come February, the top teams of each division will play down for the Copeland-Mc ...

                                               

2011–12 NOJHL season

The 2011–12 NOJHL season is the 34th season of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The seven teams of the East and West Divisions will play 50-game schedules. Come February, the top teams of each division will play down for the Copeland-Mc ...

                                               

2013–14 NOJHL season

The 2013–14 NOJHL season was the 36th season of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The seven teams of the NOJHL played 56-game schedules. Come February, the top teams of each division will play down for the Copeland-McNamara Trophy, the N ...

                                               

2014–15 NOJHL season

The 2014–15 NOJHL season was the 37th season of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The nine teams of the NOJHL played 56-game schedules. Come February, the top teams of each division will play down for the Copeland-McNamara Trophy, the NO ...

                                               

2015–16 NOJHL season

The 2015–16 NOJHL season is the 38th season of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. In March 2016, the top teams of each division play for the Copeland-McNamara Trophy, the NOJHL championship. The winner of the Copeland-McNamara Trophy will ...

                                               

2012–13 NOJHL season

The 2012–13 NOJHL season was the 35th season of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The seven teams of the NOJHL played 48-game schedules. Come February, the top teams of each division will play down for the Copeland-McNamara Trophy, the N ...

                                               

1974–75 OMJHL season

The 1974–75 OMJHL season was the first season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. The league operated semi-autonomously while still being part of the Ontario Hockey Association. The OMJHL inaugurated the William Hanley Trophy, awarded to t ...

                                               

1975–76 OMJHL season

The 1975–76 OMJHL season was the second season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. The Windsor Spitfires were added as an expansion team, becoming the twelfth team in the league. The OMJHL splits into two divisions of six teams each. The s ...

                                               

1976–77 OMJHL season

The 1976–77 OMJHL season was the third season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. The St. Catharines Black Hawks moved to Niagara Falls, Ontario, becoming the Flyers. Their owner Hap Emms using the name of his former team. The Hamilton Fin ...

                                               

1977–78 OMJHL season

The 1977–78 OMJHL season was the fourth season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. The Fincups franchise moved back from St. Catharines to Hamilton after a temporary year away from the city due to lack of a suitable arena. The league featu ...

                                               

1978–79 OMJHL season

The 1978–79 OMJHL season was the fifth season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. The Hamilton Fincups moved to Brantford, Ontario, becoming the Alexanders. Twelve teams each played 68 games. The Peterborough Petes won the J. Ross Robertso ...

                                               

1979–80 OMJHL season

The 1979–80 OMJHL season was the sixth season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. The OMJHL inaugurates the Bobby Smith Trophy, named after Bobby Smith, awarded to the scholastic player of the year. Twelve teams each played 68 games. The P ...

                                               

1980–81 OHL season

The 1980–81 OHL season was the first season of the newly established Ontario Hockey League, renaming itself from the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. The OMJHL formally severed ties with the Ontario Hockey Association over the summer, and affi ...

                                               

1981–82 OHL season

The 1981–82 OHL season was the second season of the Ontario Hockey League. The league grows by two teams when, the Cornwall Royals are transferred from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, and the Belleville Bulls are awarded a franchise. Fourt ...

                                               

1982–83 OHL season

The 1982–83 OHL season was the third season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Niagara Falls Flyers move to North Bay, Ontario, becoming the Centennials. The Guelph Platers are granted an expansion franchise. Fifteen teams each played 70 games. Th ...

                                               

1983–84 OHL season

The 1983–84 OHL season was the fourth season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy is inaugurated for the overage player of the year. Fifteen teams each played 70 games. The Ottawa 67s won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeat ...

                                               

1984–85 OHL season

The 1984–85 OHL season was the fifth season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds were undefeated in all 33 home games during the regular season. The Brantford Alexanders move back to Hamilton becoming the Hamilton Steelha ...

                                               

1985–86 OHL season

The 1985–86 OHL season was the sixth season of the Ontario Hockey League. Fifteen teams each played 66 games. The Guelph Platers won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Belleville Bulls.

                                               

1986–87 OHL season

The 1986–87 OHL season was the seventh season of the Ontario Hockey League. Fifteen teams each played 66 games. The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the North Bay Centennials.

                                               

1987–88 OHL season

The 1987–88 OHL season was the eighth season of the Ontario Hockey League. The OHL inaugurates the OHL Goaltender of the Year award. Fifteen teams each played 66 games. The Windsor Spitfires won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Peterborou ...

                                               

1988–89 OHL season

The 1988–89 OHL season was the ninth season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Hamilton Steelhawks move to Niagara Falls becoming the Niagara Falls Thunder. The Kingston Canadians rename themselves to the Kingston Raiders. The OHL awards the inaug ...

                                               

1989–90 OHL season

The 1989–90 OHL season was the tenth season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Toronto Marlboros become the Dukes of Hamilton. The Guelph Platers become the Owen Sound Platers. The Kingston Raiders are renamed the Kingston Frontenacs. The OHL Exec ...

                                               

1990–91 OHL season

The 1990–91 OHL season was the 11th season of the Ontario Hockey League. Sixteen teams each played 66 games. The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Oshawa Generals. The Detroit Compuware Ambassadors are grant ...

                                               

1991–92 OHL season

The 1991–92 OHL season was the 12th season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Dukes of Hamilton relocated, and became the Guelph Storm. Sixteen teams each played 66 games. The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating th ...

                                               

1992–93 OHL season

The 1992–93 OHL season was the 13th season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Cornwall Royals become the Newmarket Royals. The Detroit Compuware Ambassadors are renamed the Detroit Junior Red Wings. The inaugural OHL Humanitarian of the Year is aw ...

                                               

1993–94 OHL season

The 1993–94 OHL season was the 14th season of the Ontario Hockey League. Sixteen teams each played 66 games. The North Bay Centennials won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Detroit Junior Red Wings.

                                               

1994–95 OHL season

The 1994–95 OHL season was the 15th season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Newmarket Royals relocated, and became the Sarnia Sting. The OHL realigned from two divisions, creating the east, central, and west divisions. The Bumbacco Trophy is ina ...

                                               

1995–96 OHL season

The 1995–96 OHL season was the 16th season of the Ontario Hockey League. The league expanded as the Barrie Colts entered into the central division. The Detroit Junior Red Wings become the Detroit Whalers. Seventeen teams each played 66 games. The ...

                                               

1996–97 OHL season

The 1996–97 OHL season was the 17th season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Niagara Falls Thunder move to Erie becoming the Erie Otters. Seventeen teams each played 66 games. The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Ottaw ...

                                               

1997–98 OHL season

The 1997–98 OHL season was the 18th season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Toronto St. Michaels Majors name was reactivated when they are awarded a franchise, to play in the east division. The Detroit Whalers became the Plymouth Whalers. Eighte ...

                                               

1998–99 OHL season

The 1998–99 OHL season was the 19th season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Brampton Battalion and the Mississauga IceDogs were added as expansion teams. The league realigned from three divisions into two conferences and four divisions. Brampton ...

                                               

1999–2000 OHL season

The 1999–2000 OHL season was the 20th season of the Ontario Hockey League. The season was the first to award a point for an overtime loss. Twenty teams each played 68 games. The Barrie Colts won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Plymouth W ...

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