This is the 2019-20 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's hundred and third season.

Preceded by
2018-19 MJHL Season
MJHL seasons Succeeded by
2020-21 MJHL Season

As Canada’s National Junior A Championship prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary in May in Portage la Prairie, Man., Hockey Canada, in partnership with the CJHL, has announced that Canada’s National Junior A Championship will return to its original name – the Centennial Cup – starting in 2020.

League Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Portage la Prairie to host 2020 Centennial Cup Championship.
  • Winnipeg Blues sold to 50 Below Sports + Entertainment Inc., owner of the Winnipeg Ice of the WHL.
  • OCN Blizzard sold to a group of business owners in The Pas.
  • Bantam Draft held in Winnipeg on June 9th.
  • League schedules Prospect Development Camp for July 25th to 28th at the Seven Oaks Arena.
  • League schedules Showcase for September 29th to October 1st at Seven Oaks Sportsplex in Winnipeg.
  • SJHL and MJHL announced the MJHL/SJHL Showcase to be held in Regina, January 21st and 22nd.
  • League limits the number of 20-year-olds a team can register to seven.
  • League announced that they will be forming an elite team to participate in the Sirius Russia Junior Club World Cup in August 2020 in Sochi, Russia.
  • League announced the launch of the MJHL Podcast, every Thursday throughout the MJHL season.
  • League and Canadian Mental Health Association partner to support mental health of Jr. A hockey players.
  • CJHL announced Tim Hortons will be the presenting sponsor of the Centennial Cup.
  • League announced they will hold a U.S. Prospects Camp in Grand Forks, April 3rd to 5th, 2020.
  • League Commissioner Kim Davis announced he will be stepping down at the end of June 2020.
    League Director of Operations, Kevin Saurette, will take over as the next Commissioner.

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CJHL announced the Steinbach Pistons organization have won the prestigious 2018-19 Canadian Junior Hockey League Declaration of Principles Award. The Declaration of Principles was created by the National Hockey League and the NHL Player’s Association to inspire fans, players, and communities to create the best possible experience for the entire hockey community. The Pistons volunteered 1,300 hours of their time during the season to connect with Steinbach and the surrounding communities.


Regular Season[edit | edit source]

Team GP W L OTL SOL GF GA PTS
1 Steinbach Pistons 60 42 10 5 3 219 138 92
2 Portage Terriers 60 44 14 2 0 240 145 90
3 Winkler Flyers 60 38 17 2 3 223 185 81
4 Swan Valley Stampeders 60 35 19 5 1 222 186 76
5 Waywayseecappo Wolverines 60 32 21 5 2 206 199 71
6 Virden Oil Capitals 60 32 23 3 2 233 218 69
7 Dauphin Kings 60 31 24 3 2 223 213 67
8 Winnipeg Blues 60 24 29 6 1 197 236 55
9 Selkirk Steelers 60 23 30 6 1 178 219 53
10 OCN Blizzard 60 16 39 5 0 158 251 37
11 Neepawa Natives 60 13 43 1 3 137 246 30

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Turnbull Cup Final
                           
  1  Steinbach
8  Winnipeg
1    
5    
2  Portage 2
  7  Dauphin 1
    1  
  2  
  3  Winkler
6  Virden
2  
3    
4  Swan Valley
  5  Waywayseecappo

Manitoba / Saskatchewan Playoff[edit | edit source]

Anavet Cup Championship

Community Ambassador Team[edit | edit source]

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Team Player
Dauphin Kings Brendan Arnold
Neepawa Natives Benoit Mowbray
OCN Blizzard Cyrus Toth
Portage Terriers Reece Henry
Selkirk Steelers Levi Mitchell
Steinbach Pistons Declan Graham
Swan Valley Stampeders Leyson Coleman
Virden Oil Capitals Jackson Orr
Waywayseecappo Wolverines Logan Wotton
Winkler Flyers Everett Bestland
Winnipeg Blues Brayden Foreman

CJHL World Junior A Challenge[edit | edit source]

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Carter Loney Forward Steinbach Pistons
Owen Murray Defense Portage Terriers
see 2019 World Junior A Challenge

CJHL Prospects Game[edit | edit source]

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Carter Loney Forward Steinbach Pistons
see 2020 CJHL Prospects Game

SJHL / MJHL Showcase[edit | edit source]

see 2020 SJHL / MJHL Showcase

In Season Awards[edit | edit source]

Stars of the Week Players of the Month Peak Performer of the Month

League Leaders[edit | edit source]

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Mikol Sartor Winnipeg Blues 93
Most Goals Grady Hobbs Dauphin Kings 43
Most Assists Mikol Sartor Winnipeg Blues 58
Top Goals Against Average Matt Lenz Steinbach Pistons 2.13

Scoring Leaders[edit | edit source]

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Mikol Sartor Winnipeg Blues 35 58 93
2 Grady Hobbs Dauphin Kings 43 38 81
3 Nakodan Greyeyes Dauphin Kings 24 50 74
4 Mitchell Joss Winnipeg Blues 30 41 71
5 Joey Moffatt Portage Terriers 26 42 68
6 Kolton Kanaski Virden Oil Capitals 29 36 65
Hunter Cloutier Virden Oil Capitals 29 36 65
8 Jayden McCarthy Winkler Flyers 28 36 64
9 Baron Thompson Dauphin Kings 26 37 63
10 Cole DeKoninck Dauphin Kings 21 41 62
Brayden Foreman Winnipeg Blues 17 45 62

Awards[edit | edit source]

Trophy Winner Team
MVP Grady Hobbs Dauphin Kings
Top Goaltender Matt Lenz Steinbach Pistons
Top Defenseman Drake Burgin Winkler Flyers
Rookie of the Year Carter Loney Steinbach Pistons
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Ty Naaykens Steinbach Pistons
Coach of the Year Kelvin Cech Winkler Flyers
Scoring Champion Mikol Sartor Winnipeg Blues
Community Award Everett Bestland Winkler Flyers
Playoff MVP

Scholarships[edit | edit source]

All-Star Teams[edit | edit source]

First All-Star Team
Grady HobbsJayden McCarthyMikol Sartor
Dauphin KingsWinkler FlyersWinnipeg Blues
Drake BurginCaelan McPhee
Winkler FlyersPortage Terriers
Matt Lenz
Steinbach Pistons
Second All-Star Team
Tanner AndrewNakodan GreyeyesCarter Loney
Virden Oil CapitalsDauphin KingsSteinbach Pistons
Nick DoyleJayden Wojciechowski
Wayway WolverinesVirden Oil Capitals
Levi Mitchell
Dauphin Kings
Rookie All-Star Team
Luke BeermanBraden FischerCaiden GaultAustin LamotteCarter Loney
Swan Valley StampedersWinnipeg BluesSelkirk SteelersDauphin KingsSteinbach Pistons
Austin ClyneTrent Sambrook
Portage TerriersWinkler Flyers
Cooper Hatfield
Winnipeg Blues

Alumni News[edit | edit source]

see 2019-20 MJHL Alumni News

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