This is the 2006-07 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's ninetieth season.

Preceded by
2005-06 MJHL Season
MJHL Seasons Succeeded by
2007-08 MJHL Season

League NotesEdit

Regular SeasonEdit

Addison Division
Selkirk Steelers 63 49 9 4 1 370 188 103
Winnipeg South Blues 63 40 16 4 3 251 171 87
Winnipeg Saints 63 31 31 1 0 259 281 63
Winkler Flyers 63 23 32 5 3 227 273 54
Southeast Blades 63 9 46 5 3 181 356 26
Sher-Wood Division
Dauphin Kings 63 41 16 2 4 263 189 88
Neepawa Natives 63 41 19 1 2 266 220 85
Portage Terriers 62 34 20 4 4 271 231 76
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 62 25 33 1 3 209 250 54
Swan Valley Stampeders 63 19 37 2 5 203 282 45
OCN Blizzard 63 16 35 6 6 223 281 44

Showcase Weekend
All eleven MJHL teams plus the Soo Thunderbirds of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, played 3 games in 3 days, in front of scouts from all over North America. Games counted in regular season standings.
Thunderbird Games
Friday: defeated Swan Valley 7-6
Saturday: tied Neepawa 6-6
Sunday: lost to Dauphin 5-3


  Division Semi-Finals Division Finals Turnbull Cup Championship
  1  Selkirk Steelers 4  
4  Winkler Flyers 1  
  1  Selkirk Steelers 4  
Addison Division
  3  Winnipeg Saints 0  
2  Winnipeg South Blues 3
  3  Winnipeg Saints 4  
    1  Selkirk Steelers 4
  1  Dauphin Kings 1
  1  Dauphin Kings 4  
4  Wayway Wolverines 3  
1  Dauphin Kings 4
Sher-Wood Division
  2  Neepawa Natives 2  
2  Neepawa Natives 4
  3  Portage Terriers 3  

Manitoba / Saskatchewan PlayoffEdit

Anavet Cup Championship
Selkirk defeated Humboldt Broncos (SJHL) 4-games-to-3
Cody Didychuk from Selkirk selected MVP
see 2007 Anavet Cup

Canada Championship TournamentEdit

Royal Bank Cup Championship
Selkirk failed to qualify for playoffs
Andrew Fernandez awarded the Legacy Scholarship
see 2007 Royal Bank Cup

CJAHL World Junior A ChallengeEdit

On route to the World Junior A Challenge three teams played exhibition games against MJHL clubs.

Russia U-18 defeated Dauphin Kings 4-2 @ Dauphin, November 1
Winkler Flyers defeated Germany 4-2 @ Winkler, November 3
Neepawa Natives defeated Belarus 8-4 @ Brandon, November 4
Malchuk and Gray with Commissioner Davis

Commissioner Kim Davis presents defenseman Jason Gray of the Winnipeg South Blues
and forward Joel Malchuk of the Dauphin Kings with Canada West jerseys. Both were selected for the inaugural World Junior A Challenge. Ken Pearson was an assistant coach.

see 2006 World Junior A Challenge

CJAHL Prospects GameEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Eric Delong Forward Portage Terriers
Travis Hamonic Defense Winnipeg Saints
Aaron Lewadniuk Forward Winkler Flyers
Jeff Penner Defense Dauphin Kings
see 2006 CJAHL Prospects Game

All-Star Challenge WeekendEdit

Prospects Game
The Sher-Wood Division Prospects found the net early and often Saturday night, January 27 in Portage, as they defeated the Addison Division Prospects 11-5. Luke Stokotelny, Sher-Wood player of the game, scored two first period goals to set his squad on their way. Adam Pleskach named Addison player of the game.

see 2007 MJHL Prospects Game

All-Star Game
On Sunday in Portage, after Jeff Penner gave Sher-Wood a 1-0 lead, Addison scored six straight goals on way to a 9-8 victory. Kyle Howarth led the Addison attack with a hat-trick, and Matt Gingera added a pair.

see 2007 MJHL All-Star Game

Canada Winter GamesEdit

selected to Team Manitoba
Player Position Team
Braeden Adamyk Forward Neepawa Natives
Travis Hamonic Defense Winnipeg Saints
Jordan Mistelbacher Forward Winnipeg Saints
Cory More Forward Southeast Blades
Colin Phaneuf Forward Winnipeg South Blues
see 2007 Canada Winter Games

In Season AwardsEdit

Player of the Week Players of the Month

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Kyle Howarth Selkirk Steelers 141
Most Goals Adam Sergerie Selkirk Steelers 64
Most Assists Kyle Howarth Selkirk Steelers 103
Top Goals Against Average Brant Hilton Winnipeg South Blues 2.60

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Kyle Howarth Selkirk Steelers 38 103 141
2 Brent Howarth Selkirk Steelers 49 82 131
3 Adam Sergerie Selkirk Steelers 64 61 125
4 Jason Frykas Selkirk Steelers 58 61 119
Matt Summers OCN Blizzard 50 69 119
6 Lem Randall OCN Blizzard 37 64 101
7 Matt Gingera Winnipeg Saints 49 42 91
Ian Lowe Swan Valley Stampeders 34 57 91
9 Riley Nixdorf Winnipeg South Blues 33 57 90
10 Dan Bohemier Winnipeg South Blues 40 49 89


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Brant Hilton Winnipeg South Blues
Top Goaltender Brant Hilton Winnipeg South Blues
Top Defenseman Wade Poplawski Winnipeg South Blues
Rookie of the Year Aaron Lewadniuk Winkler Flyers
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Jeff Penner Dauphin Kings
Coach of the Year Craig Atkinson Neepawa Natives
Scoring Champion Kyle Howarth Selkirk Steelers
Playoff MVP Russ Payne Selkirk Steelers

CJAHL AwardEdit

Player Team Category
Brant Hilton Winnipeg South Blues MJHL Player of the Year


Scholarship Player Team
RBC Financial Group Sean Kliewer Portage Terriers
Frank McKinnon Award Marlin Froese Winkler Flyers
MJHL Scholarship Fund Dustin Kimber Southeast Blades
Bryce Macek Winnipeg South Blues
Joel Mateika Swan Valley Stampeders

All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-Star Team
Brent HowarthKyle HowarthMatt Summers
Selkirk SteelersSelkirk SteelersOCN Blizzard
Wade PoplawskiJeff Penner
Winnipeg South BluesDauphin Kings
Brant Hilton
Winnipeg South Blues
Second All-Star Team
Ian LoweLem RandallAdam Sergerie
Swan Valley StampedersOCN BlizzardSelkirk Steelers
Andrew FernandezTyler Harder
Selkirk SteelersDauphin Kings
Shawn Monette
Dauphin Kings
Rookie All-Star Team
Sean CollinsAaron LewadniukLuke Stokotelny
Wayway WolverinesWinkler FlyersDauphin Kings
Remi ChartierEddie Friesen
Winnipeg SaintsWayway Wolverines
Cody Pollon
Neepawa Natives

Alumni NewsEdit

see 2006-07 MJHL Alumni News

Alumni news

in the NewsEdit

NHL Entry Draft

  • Dane Crowley selected by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the sixth round.


  • Los Angeles Kings hired Ron Hextall as Assistant General Manager.


  • Jordin Tootoo signed a two year contract extension with the Nashville Predators.
  • Cody McLeod signed a two year entry level contract with the Colorado Avalanche.


  • Darren Helm signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Detroit Red Wings.


  • Travis Zajac made the New Jersey Devils opening night roster and his NHL debut on October 6.
  • Travis Zajac scored his first NHL goal in his second NHL game on October 7.
  • Triston Grant made his NHL debut on October 26 with the Philadelphia Flyers.



  • Darren Helm and Team Canada won gold at the World Junior Hockey Championship.
  • Gardiner MacDougall and Team Canada won Gold Medal at Universiade in Turin, Italy.


  • Colton Orr scored his first NHL goal on February 9 against the Tampa Bay Lightning's Johan Holmqvist.


  • Darren Helm named to WHL Eastern Conference Second All-Star Team.


  • Colton Orr signed a two year contract extension with the New York Rangers.
  • Mike Sirant coached Denmark at the World Championship.


  • Darren Helm and the Medicine Hat Tigers won the Western Hockey League Championship.
  • Brodie Dupont signed a three-year entry-level contract with the New York Rangers.
  • Darren Helm named to Memorial Cup All-Star Team.
  • Barry Trotz named Sporting News NHL Coach of the Year.

National Hockey LeagueEdit


Major Junior PlayersEdit

University & CollegeEdit


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