- Peace-Cariboo Junior Hockey League 1980-1991
- Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League 1991-1999
Promoted to a Junior "A" League in 1980, one season after the British Columbia Junior Hockey League-Pacific Coast Junior Hockey League merger. The league's most successful team, by far, was the Prince George Spruce Kings. Every season, their playoff champion earned the right to play for the Mowat Cup, the British Columbia Junior "A" Title. The PCJHL/RMJHL was eligible for the Royal Bank Cup, the Tier II Junior "A" National Title.
In 1990, the Peace Cariboo league doubled in size when it took in a portion of the Jr. B Kootenay International Junior Hockey League and renamed itself the Rocky Mountain league.
In 1999, the league folded and its remaining teams merged into the British Columbia Hockey League and the Junior "B" Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.
- Please see: List of RMJHL Seasons.
- Cranbrook Colts
- Creston Valley Thunder
- Dawson Creek Kodiaks
- Fernie Ghostriders
- Fort St. John Huskies
- Grande Prairie North Stars/Chiefs
- Kimberley Dynamiters
- Prince George Spruce Kings
- Quesnel Millionaires
- Trail Smoke Eaters
- Williams Lake Mustangs
From its founding until 1991, the league's champion was awarded the PCJHL Trophy. From 1992 until 1996, the league's champion was awarded the Citizen Cup. From 1997 until 1999, the league's champion was awarded the Subway/Eddie Mountain Trophy.
- List of RMJHL Seasons
- Canadian Junior A Hockey League
- Royal Bank Cup
- Memorial Cup
- Hockey Canada
- British Columbia Hockey League
- Kootenay International Junior Hockey League
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