This is the 2015-16 Calgary Junior Hockey League season. This is the league's 71st season.
The modern CJHL is governed by the by-laws of the Minor Hockey Association of Calgary which stipulates that each of Calgary's four community hockey associations operate at least one team. Presently, each association operates two teams that play a 35 game season. In the past, teams from the Calgary area have also participated in the league. Both the Okotoks Oilers and the High River Flyers of the Heritage Junior B Hockey League were originally members of the CJHL. Due to the close proximity of the member teams the eight teams use four rinks for their games: the Max Bell Centre Calgary (rinks 1 & 2), the Stu Peppard Arena, and the Rose Kohn Arena.
Calgary Buffalo Hockey AssociationEdit
- CBHA Blackhawks
- CBHA Rangers
Calgary Northstar Hockey AssociationEdit
- CNHA Blazers
- CNHA Canucks
Calgary Royals Athletic AssociationEdit
- CRAA Blue
- CRAA Gold
North West Calgary Athletic AssociationEdit
- NWCAA Bruins
- NWCAA Stampeders
The top six teams qualify for the playoffs. The teams are re-seeded after the first round with the winners being re-seeded as #3 and #4 based on regular season record. All series are first team to at least 5 points wins the series (ties are allowed in the playoffs). The playoff champion advances to the 2016 Russ Barnes Trophy being held in Cold Lake. The winner of the Russ Barnes Trophy advances to the 2016 Keystone Cup being held in Regina, Saskatchewan.
- CRAA Blue defeated CBHA Rangers 3 games to 1 (4-2, 4-6, 6-5, 5-2)
- CNHA Canucks defeated CNHA Blazers 3 games to none (6-5, 7-5, 7-3)
- CRAA Blue defeated CBHA Blackhawks 3 games to none (11-9, 5-4, ?-?)
- CRAA Gold defeated CNHA Canucks 3 games to none (7-1, 3-1, 3-2)
- CRAA Gold defeated CRAA Blue 3 games to none (6-1, ?, 3-2)
The CRAA Gold advance to the 2016 Russ Barnes Trophy.