This is the 2001-02 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's eighty fifth season.
2000-01 MJHL Season
|MJHL Seasons||Succeeded by|
2002-03 MJHL Season
- 1 League Notes
- 2 Regular Season
- 3 Playoffs
- 4 Manitoba / Saskatchewan Playoff
- 5 Canada Championship Tournament
- 6 World U-17 Hockey Challenge
- 7 Viking Cup
- 8 MJHL / SJHL All-Star Challenge
- 9 In Season Awards
- 10 League Leaders
- 11 Scoring Leaders
- 12 Awards
- 13 CJAHL Awards
- 14 Scholarships
- 15 All-Star Teams
League Notes[edit | edit source]
- Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League agree to a pair of interlocking all-star games.
Regular Season[edit | edit source]
|St. James Canadians||64||33||25||3||3||228||200||72|
|Winnipeg South Blues||64||31||28||3||2||237||246||67|
|Swan Valley Stampeders||64||34||20||2||8||272||203||78|
Playoffs[edit | edit source]
|Division Semi-Finals||Division Finals||Turnbull Cup Championship|
|2||St. James Canadians||0|
|2||St. James Canadians||4|
|3||Winnipeg South Blues||3|
|4||Swan Valley Stampeders||0|
Manitoba / Saskatchewan Playoff[edit | edit source]
- Anavet Cup Championship
Canada Championship Tournament[edit | edit source]
- Royal Bank Cup Championship
World U-17 Hockey Challenge[edit | edit source]
|selected to Team Canada West|
|Mitch Carefoot||Forward||Dauphin Kings|
|Dustin DeGagne||Defense||Winnipeg South Blues|
|James Knight||Forward||Winnipeg South Blues|
|Mark Olafson||Forward||St. James Canadians|
|Derek Poplawski||Defense||St. James Canadians|
|Andy Zulyniak||Forward||St. James Canadians|
Viking Cup[edit | edit source]
The MJHL's Manitoba Pride lost the Bronze Metal Game at the Viking Cup to the Alberta Junior Hockey League. The event was hosted by Augustana University College in Camrose, Alberta & held December 27 to January 6.
MJHL / SJHL All-Star Challenge[edit | edit source]
The best of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League and the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League joined up for a two day festival of all-star hockey and it kicked off Saturday, January 19 in Winkler, Manitoba with the SJHL's Dodge Division defeating the MJHL's Addison Division 11-9. James Marquis was named the Addison Division MVP. On Sunday, January 20th, the Battle of the Border in Estevan, Saskatchewan saw the SJHL's Sher-Wood Division defeated the MJHL's Allard Division 7-2. Myles Fee was choosen the game's best defenseman.
In Season Awards[edit | edit source]
|Player of the Week||Players of the Month|
League Leaders[edit | edit source]
|Most Points||Justin Tetrault||OCN Blizzard||114|
|Most Goals||Jonathan Parker||Selkirk Steelers||58|
|Most Assists||Justin Tetrault||OCN Blizzard||82|
|Top Goals Against Average||Marc Andre Leclerc||OCN Blizzard||2.16|
Scoring Leaders[edit | edit source]
|1||Justin Tetrault||OCN Blizzard||32||82||114|
|2||Mark Agnew||Swan Valley Stampeders||32||77||109|
|3||Jonathan Parker||Selkirk Steelers||58||48||106|
|4||Mike Ouellet||OCN Blizzard||54||51||105|
|5||Justin Maier||Swan Valley Stampeders||51||51||102|
|6||Russ Oldcorn||Winkler Flyers||35||65||100|
|7||Justin Williams||OCN Blizzard||43||54||97|
|8||Reg Goodfellow||Winnipeg South Blues||33||60||93|
|9||Jamie Muswagon||OCN Blizzard||38||54||92|
|10||Dan Glenn||Winkler Flyers||41||48||89|
Awards[edit | edit source]
CJAHL Awards[edit | edit source]
|Marc Andre Leclerc||OCN Blizzard||Top Goaltender|
|?????||MJHL Player of the Year|
Scholarships[edit | edit source]
|Ken "Friar" Nicolson Award||Jordan Bodnar||St. James Canadians|
|RBC Financial Group||Joshua Pawluk||Southeast Blades|
High Performance Award
|Russ Oldcorn||Winkler Flyers|
|Matt Wheatley||Winnipeg South Blues|
All-Star Teams[edit | edit source]
Alumni News[edit | edit source]
in the News[edit | edit source]
- Colton Orr signed a three year entry level contract with the Boston Bruins.
- Doug Baldwin, Elliot Chorley, Mike Daski, Ron Hextall, and Dave Semenko
inducted into the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame.
- Darcy Hordichuk scored his first NHL goal on December 21, beating Tom Barrasso.
- Jordin Tootoo named WHL Player of the Week (12/30).
- Jordin Tootoo named WHL Player of the Month.
- Darcy Hordichuk traded by the Atlanta Thrashers to the Phoenix Coyotes.
- Andrew Murray named to CHA All-Rookie Team.
- Shane Hnidy scored his first NHL playoff goal against Curtis Joseph on May 2.
- Garnet Exelby and the Chicago Wolves won the American Hockey League championship.
National Hockey League[edit | edit source]
Professional Players[edit | edit source]
- Dallas Anderson
- Keith Cassidy
- Paul Dyck
- Garnet Exelby
- Steve MacIntyre
- Scott McCallum
- Jason Smith
- Ryan Smith