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This is the 2018-19 Capital Junior Hockey League season. This is the league's 47th season.

Membership ChangesEdit

  • none

The TeamsEdit

East Division
Team Centre Arena
Beaumont Chiefs Beaumont Ken Nichol Regional Recreation Centre Arena
Edmonton Royals Edmonton Confederation Arena
Fort Saskatchewan Hawks Fort Saskatchewan Jubilee Recreational Centre
Leduc Riggers Leduc Leduc Recreation Centre
Sherwood Park Knights Sherwood Park Sherwood Park Arena
Strathcona Bruins Strathcona Strathcona Olympiette Centre
Wetaskiwin Icemen Wetaskiwin Wetaskiwin Civic Centre
West Division
Team Centre Arena
Beverly Warriors Beverly Clareview Arena
Edmonton Mustangs Edmonton Bill Hunter Arena
Morinville Jets Morinville Ray McDonald Arena
North Edmonton Red Wings Edmonton Londonderry Arena
Spruce Grove Regals Spruce Grove Grant Fuhr Arena
St. Albert Merchants St. Albert Akinsdale Arena
Stony Plain Flyers Stony Plain Glenn Hall Arena

StandingsEdit

East DivisionEdit

Team GP W L T OL GF GA Pts
Wetaskiwin Icemen 38 29 9 0 0 185 109 58
Beaumont Chiefs 38 26 9 0 3 169 101 55
Sherwood Park Knights 38 20 16 0 2 155 136 42
Edmonton Royals 38 14 19 1 4 136 167 33
Fort Saskatchewan Hawks 38 15 21 0 2 145 175 32
Leduc Riggers 38 15 21 0 2 118 192 32
Strathcona Bruins 38 8 29 0 1 97 243 17

West DivisionEdit

Team GP W L T OL GF GA Pts
Beverly Warriors 38 28 7 0 3 239 118 59
North Edmonton Red Wings 38 28 8 0 2 198 109 58
Morinville Jets 38 24 13 0 1 154 112 49
St. Albert Merchants 38 21 16 1 0 170 132 43
Edmonton Mustangs 38 20 17 0 1 171 141 41
Stony Plain Flyers 38 16 19 0 3 130 165 35
Spruce Grove Regals 38 1 35 0 2 78 245 4


PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The top six teams in each division qualify for the playoffs. The first and second place teams earn a bye to the first round. The third place team plays the sixth place team and the fourth place team plays the fifth place team in the best-of-three quarterfinals. The teams are re-seeded one through four for the best-of-five division semifinals with one playing four and two playing three. The higher seeded team in one division plays the lower seeded team in the other division in the best-of-seven semifinals. The semifinal winners meet in the best-of-five league championship. The playoff champion qualifies for the 2019 Russ Barnes Trophy which will determine the Alberta Junior B champions being hosted by the Wetaskiwin Icemen ast the Wetaskiwin Civic Centre in Wetaskiwin.

Qualifying RoundEdit

Best-of-Three

QuarterfinalsEdit

Best-of-Five

SemifinalsEdit

FinalEdit

2019 CJHL champions Beverly Warriors

2019 CJHL champions Beverly Warriors

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