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This is the 2017-18 Prairie Junior Hockey League season. This is the league's 12th season under this name. The league was previously known as the South Saskatchewan Junior B Hockey League from its founding in 1992 until merging with the North Saskatchewan Junior B Hockey League in 2007 and taking its present name.

Membership ChangesEdit

TeamsEdit

Bob Dybvig Division
Team Centre Arena Notes
Delisle Chiefs Delisle Delisle Centennial Arena founded 2008 as Saskatoon Chiefs renamed 2009
Prince Albert Titans Prince Albert Kinsmen Arena founded 2008; renamed from Ice Hawks 2016
Saskatoon Quakers Saskatoon Harold Latrace/Rod Hamm Arena founded in 1987 in NSJHL; join in 2006
Saskatoon Royals Saskatoon Harold Latrace/Rod Hamm Arena founded in 1987 in NSJHL; join in 2006
Saskatoon Westleys Saskatoon Harold Latrace/Rod Hamm Arena founded in 1987 in NSJHL; join in 2006
Carrot River Outback Thunder Carrot River Carrot River Arena founded in 2001 in NSJHL; join in 2005; renamed 2016
West Central Rage Kerrobert Kerrobert Arena founded in 2009
Bill Johnston Division
Team Centre Arena Notes
Assiniboia Southern Rebels Assiniboia Assiniboia Civic Centre founded 2009
Fort Qu'Appelle Fort Knox Fort Qu'Appelle Fort Qu'Appelle Rexentre founded 2005
Pilot Butte Storm Pilot Butte Pilot Butte Recreation Centre founded 1993 as Regina Express
Regina Capitals Regina Al Ritchie Arena founded 1992
Regina Silver Foxes Southey Doug Wickenheiser Arena founded 2013; formerly Southey Silver Foxes; renamed 2016

StandingsEdit

Bob Dybvig DivisionEdit

Team GP W L OL GF GA PTS
Saskatoon Quakers 40 35 5 0 289 112 70
Delisle Chiefs 40 26 12 2 207 126 54
West Central Rage 40 25 12 3 203 144 53
Saskatoon Westleys 40 23 16 1 157 167 47
Carrot River Outback Thunder 40 16 16 8 148 156 40
Saskatoon Royals 40 13 21 6 130 171 32
Prince Albert Titans 40 3 37 0 100 338 6

Bill Johnston DivisionEdit

Team GP W L OL GF GA PTS
Regina Capitals 40 28 9 3 189 139 59
Pilot Butte Storm 40 26 14 2 201 146 42
Fort Qu'Appelle Fort Knox 40 20 17 3 185 164 43
Assiniboia Southern Rebels 40 20 18 2 197 187 42
Regina Silver Foxes 40 5 33 2 83 239 12

President's Cup PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The top four teams from the Bill Johnston Division qualify for the playoffs. The top six in the Bob Dybvig Division.  The third and six as well as the fourth and fifth place teams play a best of three Survivor Series to determine the number four seeds in the Bob Dybvig Division. The Survivor Series winner plays the first place team and the second plays the third place team in the best of seven division semifinals. The semifinal winner meet in the best of seven division final. The division winners meet in the best of seven league championship series.

The playoff champion were to advance to the 2018 Keystone Cup which is being held in Thunder Bay, Ontario and being hosted by the Thunder Bay Northern Hawks of the Lakehead Junior Hockey League. The Keystone Cup is the Western Canada Junior B Championship. The league playoffs also double as the provincial championship for the Athol Murray Trophy.  The league was removed from the Keystone Cup for 2018; there was a possibility that the league may join with Alberta and British Columbia to have their own regional playoff in the future

Bob Dybvig Division Survivor SeriesEdit

Bill Johnston Division SemifinalsEdit

Bob Dybvig Division SemifinalsEdit

Bill Johnston Division FinalEdit

Bob Dybvig Division FinalEdit

Presidents Cup FinalEdit

2018 Praire JHL champions Regina Capitals

2018 PrJHL champions Regina Capitals

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