This is the 2018-19
Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's hundred and second season.
League Notes Edit
RBC ended sponorship of National Junior A Championship and scholarship program.
CJHL relabels scholarship program to Academic Player of the Year for each of the member leagues.
League announced four-year partnership agreement with CCM Hockey, they become the official hockey equipment supplier of the MJHL. CCM will be exclusive supplier of sticks, helmets, visors, pants and gloves.
Bantam Draft held in Winnipeg on June 3rd.
League limits the number of 20-year-olds a team can register to eight.
League requires all clubs to broadcast their home games in HD on the League's Hockey TV service.
League renamed Top Goaltender Award to Ed Belfour Top Goaltender Trophy.
League schedules Prospect Development Camp for July 26th to 29th at the Seven Oaks Arena.
League schedules Showcase for December 9th to 12th in Winnipeg at the MTS IcePlex.
SJHL and MJHL announced the MJHL/SJHL Showcase to be held in Regina, January 13th to 15th.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers hosted a OCN Blizzard Night with game against Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Portage la Prairie selected to host 2020 National Junior A Championship.
CJHL announced national concussion program using HeadCheck Health software.
League announced a new league-wide corporate partnership with TELUS.
League and RBC introduced RBC - MJHL Community Ambassador Team and Community Award.
League announced they will hold a second U.S. Prospects Camp in Grand Forks, April 5th to 7th, 2019.
Regular Season Edit
Note: win take from Selkirk, awarded to Dauphin, for using an ineligible player.
Turnbull Cup Final
Manitoba / Saskatchewan Playoff Edit
Anavet Cup Championship Portage defeated
Battlefords North Stars ( SJHL) 4-games-to-1
Chase Brakel from Portage selected MVP see
2019 Anavet Cup
Canada Championship Tournament Edit
National Junior A Championship Portage failed to qualify for playoffs
2019 National Junior A Championship
CJHL World Junior A Challenge Edit see
2018 World Junior A Challenge
CJHL Prospects Game Edit see
2019 CJHL Prospects Game
SJHL / MJHL Showcase Edit see
2019 SJHL / MJHL Showcase
In Season Awards Edit
League Leaders Edit
Scoring Leaders Edit
CJHL Awards Edit
All-Star Teams Edit
First All-Star Team
Tony Apetagon • Brad Goethals • Josh Tripp
Winnipeg Blues • Swan Valley Stampeders • Swan Valley Stampeders
Quintin Sudom • Troy Williams
Swan Valley Stampeders • Steinbach Pistons
Jeremy Link & Matt Radomsky (tied)
Winnipeg Blues • Steinbach Pistons
Second All-Star Team
Ty Barnstable • Nathan Halvorsen • Brendan Martin
Portage Terriers • Selkirk Steelers • Steinbach Pistons
Tristen Cross • Riley Shamray
Virden Oil Capitals • Dauphin Kings
Rookie All-Star Team
Kyle Bettens • Jay Buchholz • Reece Henry
Steinbach Pistons • Portage Terriers • Portage Terriers
Colby Jaquet • Owen Murray
Selkirk Steelers • Portage Terriers
Alumni News Edit see
2018-19 MJHL Alumni News