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This is the 2005-06 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's eighty ninth season.

Preceded by
2004-05 MJHL Season
MJHL Seasons Succeeded by
2006-07 MJHL Season

League Notes[]

Commissioner Kim Davis

  • League scheduled Showcase Weekend for October 6th to 9th at Dakota Community Centre in Winnipeg.

Regular Season[]

Addison Division
Winnipeg South Blues 63 39 20 3 1 245 198 82
Winnipeg Saints 63 37 20 4 2 279 206 80
Selkirk Steelers 63 36 19 5 3 262 205 80
Winkler Flyers 63 33 23 4 3 231 208 73
Southeast Blades 63 18 34 5 6 198 293 47
Sher-Wood Division
Dauphin Kings 63 41 17 5 0 283 185 87
OCN Blizzard 63 37 17 5 4 232 181 83
Swan Valley Stampeders 63 31 21 7 4 230 204 73
Portage Terriers 63 23 30 6 4 196 218 56
Neepawa Natives 63 14 41 6 2 179 269 36
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 63 10 47 4 2 139 310 26

Showcase Weekend
All eleven MJHL teams plus the Helena Bighorns of the North American Hockey League, played 3 games in 4 days, in front of scouts from all over North America. Games counted in the regular season standings.
Bighorns Games
Friday: defeated Dauphin 5-3
Saturday: defeated Neepawa 6-2
Sunday: lost to OCN 7-4


Division Semi-Finals Division Finals Turnbull Cup Championship
1 Winnipeg South Blues 4
4 Winkler Flyers 1
1 Winnipeg South Blues 4
Addison Division
3 Selkirk Steelers 0
2 Winnipeg Saints 2
3 Selkirk Steelers 4
1 Winnipeg South Blues 4
2 OCN Blizzard 1
1 Dauphin Kings 4
4 Portage Terriers 2
1 Dauphin Kings 3
Sher-Wood Division
2 OCN Blizzard 4
2 OCN Blizzard 4
3 Swan Valley Stampeders 1

Manitoba / Saskatchewan Playoff[]

Anavet Cup Championship
Winnipeg South lost to Yorkton Terriers (SJHL) 4-games-to-1
see 2006 Anavet Cup

CJAHL Prospects Game[]

selected to Team West
Player Position Team
Kevin Clark Forward Winnipeg South Blues
Ian Lowe Forward Swan Valley Stampeders
Joel Malchuk Forward Dauphin Kings
Ken Selby Forward Dauphin Kings
see 2005 CJAHL Prospects Game

World U-17 Hockey Challenge[]

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Jason Gregoire Forward Winnipeg South Blues
Mike Proudley Forward Neepawa Natives
Del Pedrick Coach Swan Valley Stampeders
see 2006 World U-17 Hockey Challenge

All-Star Challenge Weekend[]

Prospects Game
Goaltender Adam Rivard earn the win as the Sher-Wood Division topped the Addison Divion 7-5 in the MJHL Prospects Game held in Winkler on Friday January 27. He played the last half of the game allowing 2 goals.

see 2006 MJHL Prospects Game

All-Star Game
Landon Kroeker was the winning goaltender at the annual MJHL All-Star game on Saturday. He allowed just one goal in the second half of the game as the Addison Division rallied to edge the Sher-Wood Division 6-5.

see 2006 MJHL All-Star Game

In Season Awards[]

Player of the Week Players of the Month

League Leaders[]

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Joey Moggach Dauphin Kings 118
Most Goals Tyler Czuba Swan Valley Stampeders 60
Most Assists Ian Lowe Swan Valley Stampeders 70
Matt Summers OCN Blizzard 70
Top Goals Against Average Marc Lesage Dauphin Kings 2.77

Scoring Leaders[]

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Joey Moggach Dauphin Kings 55 63 118
2 Ian Lowe Swan Valley Stampeders 34 70 104
3 Tyler Czuba Swan Valley Stampeders 60 41 101
4 Matt Summers OCN Blizzard 29 70 99
5 Don Melnyk OCN Blizzard 39 57 96
6 Adam Sergerie Selkirk Steelers 41 46 87
7 Joel Malchuk Dauphin Kings 22 55 77
8 Kevin Clark Winnipeg South Blues 40 36 76
9 Riley Riddell Wayway Wolverines 40 35 75
Travis Kornelsen Selkirk Steelers 35 40 75


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Tyler Czuba Swan Valley Stampeders
Top Goaltender Justin Harris Selkirk Steelers
Top Defenseman Ryan Constant OCN Blizzard
Rookie of the Year Jason Gregoire Winnipeg South Blues
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Travis Kornelsen Selkirk Steelers
Coach of the Year Drew Schoneck OCN Blizzard
Scoring Champion Joey Moggach Dauphin Kings
Playoff MVP Andrew Loewen Winnipeg South Blues

CJAHL Award[]

Player Team Category
Tyler Czuba Swan Valley Stampeders MJHL Player of the Year


Scholarship Player Team
RBC Financial Group Bo Storozuk Swan Valley Stampeders
Ed Belfour
High Performance Award
Andrew Fernandez Selkirk Steelers
Andrew Loewen Winnipeg South Blues
Frank McKinnon Award Robin Allison Winnipeg Saints

All-Star Teams[]

First All-Star Team
Tyler CzubaIan LoweJoey Moggach
Swan Valley StampedersSwan Valley StampedersDauphin Kings
Ryan ConstantStewart Thiessen
OCN BlizzardWinnipeg South Blues
Justin Harris
Selkirk Steelers
Second All-Star Team
Kevin ClarkAdam SergerieMatt Summers
Winnipeg South BluesSelkirk SteelersOCN Blizzard
David AnningAndrew Fernandez
Winnipeg SaintsSelkirk Steelers
Mark Kehrig
OCN Blizzard
First Rookie All-Star Team
Jason FrykasMatt GingeraJason Gregoire
Selkirk SteelersWinnipeg SaintsWinnipeg South Blues
Jeff PennerDane Voegtlin
Dauphin KingsOCN Blizzard
Brad Werhun
Swan Valley Stampeders
Second Rookie All-Star Team
Mike AudinoShane JuryRiley Nixdorf
Portage TerriersNeepawa NativesWinnipeg South Blues
John MurrayGrant Perdonic
Winkler FlyersSelkirk Steelers
Adam Rivard
Wayway Wolverines

Alumni News[]

see 2005-06 MJHL Alumni News

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in the News[]

NHL Entry Draft


  • Triston Grant signed a three year entry level contract with the Philadelphia Flyers.
  • Darcy Hordichuk traded by the Florida Panthers to the Nashville Predators.
  • Shane Hnidy traded to the Atlanta Thrashers by the Nashville Predators.


  • Darcy Hordichuk signed a two year contract with the Nashville Predators.
  • Shane Hnidy signed a two year contract with the Atlanta Thrashers.
  • Steve MacIntyre signed a one year contract extension with the New York Rangers.


  • The New York Rangers claimed Colton Orr off waivers from the Boston Bruins.



  • Barry Trotz was inducted into the Portland Pirates Hall of Fame.


  • Josh Hechter and the St. Anselm Hawks won the Northeast-10 Conference Championship.
  • Travis Zajac and the North Dakota Fighting Sioux won the WCHA Championship.
  • Darren Helm named to WHL Eastern Conference First All-Star Team.
  • Travis Zajac signed a three year entry level contract with the New Jersey Devils.


  • Colton Orr signed a one-year two-way contract with the New York Rangers.

National Hockey League[]


Major Junior Players[]

University & College Players[]