|No. of teams||8|
|Most recent champion(s)||Prince Albert Northern Bears|
|Most championships||Notre Dame Hounds (5)|
|Related competitions||Esso Cup|
The Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League (SFMAAAHL) is a Midget AAA ice hockey league in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. The league operates under the supervision of the Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) and is the highest level of female minor hockey in the province.
The league was founded in 2006 by the SHA to provide an opportunity for female hockey players to play at a more competitive level and assist them in pursuing their hockey futures. Many SFMAAAHL players who have gone on to play in top-level Canadian Interuniversity Sport or NCAA hockey programs.
|Team||City||League Titles||National Titles|
|Melville Prairie Fire||Melville||0||0|
|Notre Dame Hounds||Wilcox||5||1|
|Prince Albert Bears||Prince Albert||1||0|
|Swift Current Wildcats||Swift Current||0||0|
|Weyburn Gold Wings||Weyburn||1||1|
The winner of each season's playoffs is awarded the Fedoruk Cup as provincial Female Midget AAA champions. The champion goes on to play a best-of-three series against the champion from Manitoba, the winner of which qualifies for the Esso Cup national championship. The Notre Dame Hounds and Webyurn Gold Wings are the only two Saskatchewan teams to win the Esso Cup, having done so in 2011. The Hounds were runners-up in 2010.
- 2006-07 Notre Dame
- 2007-08 Notre Dame
- 2008-09 Prince Albert
- 2009-10 Notre Dame
- 2010-11 Notre Dame National Champions
- 2011-12 Notre Dame
- 2012-13 Regina
- 2013-14 Weyburn National Champions
- 2014-15 Saskatoon Stars
- 2015-16 Saskatoon Stars
- 2016-17 Prince Albert Bears
- 2017-18 Saskatoon Stars
- 2018-19 Saskatoon Stars
- ↑ "Preview: Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League", PrairiePost.com, 2011-09-23.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "Bears host Notre Dame this weekend before lengthy spell on the road", KingsCountyNews.ca, 2013-10-18.
- ↑ "Notre Dame Hounds Win 2011 Esso Cup", Hockey Canada, 2011-04-13.
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