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This is the 2018-19 Qu'Appelle Valley Junior C Hockey League season. This is the league's fourth season.

Membership Changes

  • On September 4, 2018 the league announced the addition of the Southey Marlins, who return after sitting out the last several years; and a second team to be based out of Emerald Park, Saskatchewan for the 2018-19 season which would later be named the Emerald Park Wizards. The Southey Marlins would later withdraw prior to the start of the season
  • The Cupar Jr. Canucks and White Butte Eagles withdrew from the league.
  • The league announced on October 22, 2018 that the Bredenbury Tundra relocated to Esterhazy and were renamed the Esterhazy Tundra for the 2018-19 season. The team withdrew after a December 15th game. At which point the team was 0-9-0 and the remaining 11 games were recorded as 1-0 forfeit losses.

Teams

Team Centre Arena
Emerald Park Wizards Emerald Park White City Communiskate
Lumsden Jaxx Lumsden Lumsden Community Sports Centre
Regina River Rats Regina Doug Wickenheiser Arena
Wolseley Mustangs Wolseley Wolseley Sportsplex
Yellow Grass Wheatkings Yellow Grass Yellow Grass Communiplex

Withdrew During Season

Team Centre Arena
Esterhazy Tundra Esterhazy Dana Antal Arena

Standings

Team GP W L T GF GA Pts
Wolseley Mustangs 20 18 1 1 125 49 37
Regina River Rats 20 10 6 4 95 74 24
Yellow Grass Wheatkings 20 11 8 1 88 78 23
Lumsden Jaxx 20 9 11 0 61 90 18
Emerald Park Wizards 20 8 10 2 60 86 18
Esterhazy Tundra 20 0 20 0 16 68 0

Note: Esterhazy's record includes 11 1-0 forfeit losses at the team folded after a December 15th game.

Playoffs

Format

All five remaining teams make the playoffs. 4th place plays 5th place in a best-of-three survivor series. The winner becomes the four seed and plays the first place team and the 2nd place team plays the 3rd place team in the best-of-five semifinals. The semifinal winners meet in a best-of-five series for the league championship.

Survivor Series

Semifinals

The Regina River Rats were required to forfeit game 1 of the semifinal series which they originally won due to an over-site in which they played an ineligible player.

Final

2019 QVJCHL champions Wolseley Mustangs

References

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