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The Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League operated in Alberta from the 1970s until 1992. It was replaced by the International Junior B Hockey League.

Much of the membership of the Town & Country Junior C Hockey League would join the league after the 1981-82 season either as a result of the league disbanding or the moves caused the league to disband.

Teams[]

Incomplete

North
South

Champions[]

Incomplete

  • 1971: St. Paul Canadiens (league)
  • 1972: Taber Palace Pats (South), Vermilion Tigers (North), Vermilion Tigers (league)
  • 1973: Taber Palace Pats (South), Vermilion Tigers (North), Vermilion Tigers (league)
  • 1974: Taber Palace Pats (South), Vermilion Tigers (North), Vermilion Tigers (league)
  • 1975: Lethbridge Native Sons (South), Vermilion Tigers (North), Lethbridge Native Sons (league)
  • 1976: Lethbridge Native Sons (South), Lloydminster Border Blazers (North), Lloydminster Border Blazers (league)
  • 1977: Vulcan County Jets (South), Lloydminster Border Blazers (North), Lloydminster Border Blazers (league)
  • 1978: Medicine Hat Cubs (South), Barrhead Elks (North), Medicine Hat Cubs (league)
  • 1979: Medicine Hat Cubs (South), Lloydminster Border Blazers (North), Medicine Hat Cubs (league)
  • 1980: Taber Palace Pats (South), Barrhead Elks (North), Barrhead Elks (league)
  • 1981: Medicine Hat Cubs (South), Barrhead Elks (North), Medicine Hat Cubs (league)
  • 1982: Medicine Hat Cubs (South), Wainwright Bisons (North), Hinton (West), Wainwright Bisons (league)
  • 1983: Medicine Hat Cubs (South), Wainwright Bisons (North), Rimbey West Stars (West), Medicine Hat Cubs (league)
  • 1984: Lethbridge Native Sons (South), Wainwright Bisons (North), Fort McMurray (West), Wainwright Bisons (league)
  • 1985: Taber Oil Kings (South), Vermilion Tigers (North)
  • 1986: Lethbridge Native Sons (South), Vermilion Tigers (North)
  • 1987: Medicine Hat Cubs (South)
  • 1988: Medicine Hat Cubs (South), Vermilion Tigers (North), Vermilion Tigers (league)
  • 1989: Cochrane Generals (South)
  • 1990: Medicine Hat Cubs (South), Wainwright Bisons (North)
  • 1991: Medicine Hat Cubs (South), Lloydminster Bandits (North), Medicine Hat Cubs (league)
  • 1992: Medicine Hat Cubs (single division, Northern teams had broken off into North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League)

Seasons[]

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