This is the 2017-18 Pacific Junior Hockey League season.  This is the league's 52nd season.  The league was known as the Pacific International Junior Hockey League prior to 2011.

Membership changesEdit

  • On May 6 , 2018 the league announced the addition of the White Rock Whalers as an expansion franchise to begin play with the 2018-19 season. The team will be added to the Tom Shaw Conference to balance them with six teams each

2018 PJHL Winter ClassicEdit

The league is holding its 3rd annual showcase event January 5th to 7th, 2018 with each of the league's teams playing two games over three days that count in the league standings.  The event is intending as an opportunity for scouts to see the league's players.  The event is being held at the Minoru Arena in Richmond, British Columbia.


Harold Brittain Conference
Team Centre Arena
Abbotsford Pilots Abbotsford, British Columbia MSA Arena
Aldergrove Kodiaks Aldergrove, British Columbia Aldergrove Community Arena
Langley Trappers Langley, British Columbia George Preston Arena
Mission City Outlaws Mission, British Columbia Mission Leisure Centre
Ridge Meadows Flames Maple Ridge, British Columbia Cam Neely Arena at Planet Ice
Surrey Knights Surrey, British Columbia North Surrey Rec Centre
Tom Shaw Conference
Team Centre Arena
Delta Ice Hawks Delta, British Columbia Ladner Leisure Centre
Grandview Steelers Burnaby, British Columbia Burnaby Winter Club
North Vancouver Wolf Pack North Vancouver, British Columbia Harry Jerome Arena
Port Moody Black Panthers Port Moody, British Columbia Port Moody Arena
Richmond Sockeyes Richmond, British Columbia Minoru Arena


Harold Brittain ConferenceEdit

Team GP W L OL T GF GA Pts
Ridge Meadows Flames 44 26 14 2 2 176 127 56
Abbotsford Pilots 44 25 15 3 1 180 135 54
Langley Trappers 44 18 22 2 2 124 166 40
Aldergrove Kodiaks 44 17 24 2 1 157 165 37
Mission City Outlaws 44 17 26 1 0 121 151 35
Surrey Knights 44 1 42 1 0 71 311 3

Tom Shaw ConferenceEdit

Team GP W L OL T GF GA Pts
Delta Ice Hawks 44 37 4 3 0 237 79 77
Richmond Sockeyes 43 33 8 2 1 215 125 69
North Vancouver Wolf Pack 44 27 14 3 0 134 124 57
Grandview Steelers 44 25 16 2 1 147 119 53
Port Moody Panthers 44 12 29 3 0 122 182 27



The playoffs are conference based. The top four teams in each conference qualify. In the conference semifinals seed 1 plays seed 4 and seed 2 plays seed 3. The semifinal winners play in the conference final. The conference final winners meet in the league final. All rounds are best-of-seven format. The playoff champion (or runner-up if the Richmond Sockeyes win the league playoffs) advances to the 2018 Cyclone Taylor Cup which is being held at the Minoru Arena in Richmond, British Columbia and being hosted by the Richmond Sockeyes. Traditionally the winner of the Cyclone Taylor Cup has earned the right to advance to the Keystone Cup tournament to determine a Western Canadian Junior B champion but the three leagues which compete for the Cyclone Taylor Cup have agreed that they will no longer participate in the Keystone Cup citing expenses and player safety. BC Hockey does not require their provincial champions to compete in regional or national championship events. Hockey Alberta also announced their withdrawal from the Keystone Cup as well during the off-season.

Conference SemifinalsEdit

Conference FinalsEdit

League FinalEdit

2018 PJHL champions Delta Ice Hawks

2018 PJHL champions Delta Ice Hawks

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