The New Brunswick Junior C Hockey League was a Junior ice hockey league in New Brunswick, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Canada. The winner of the playoffs competed in the Maritime-Hockey North Junior C Championships.

History[edit | edit source]

Dating back to at least the early 1950s, the NBJHL was an elite Maritime league. In 1983, the league was in competition with two local American Hockey League teams and folded.

The NBJBHL was forged from the synergy of five regional New Brunswick Jr. B leagues after the demise of the NBJHL, but it folded in 2003.

In 2003, the league NBJHL was the primary Jr. league in New Brunswick, a Jr. C league. Starting in 2007, the League was allowed to send its top team to the Don Johnson Cup as a Jr. B representative. In 2009, the league failed to send their champion.

In 2009, a group of teams fled the NBJHL to form their own Jr. B league, the New Brunswick Junior B Hockey League, leaving the NBJHL with 6 teams and as a Jr. C League.

In the Summer of 2011, all but Hampton folded. The league ceased operations and the Hurricanes moved up to Junior B.  As a result of this the

The teams[edit | edit source]

Team Centre
Dieppe/Memramcook Voyageurs Dieppe
Hampton Hurricanes Hampton
Richibucto Bears Richibucto
Shediac/Cap-Pele Predators Shediac

Champions[edit | edit source]

2011 Kent Centre Jr. Bears
2010 Shediac/Cap-Pele Predators
2009 Hampton Hurricanes
2008 Jr. B Dieppe-Memramcook Voyageurs - Jr. C Shediac/Cap-Pele Predators
2007 Dieppe-Memramcook Voyageurs
2006 Shediac/Cap-Pele Predators
2005 Kent-Sud Flames
2004 Dieppe-Memramcook Avalanche

Seasons[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]

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