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Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL)
VIJHL Logo.jpg
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 1965
Inaugural season 1965–66 VIJHL season
No. of teams 11
Country(ies) Flag of Canada
Most recent champion(s) Peninsula Panthers
Most championship(s) Campbell River Storm (10)
Official website
Related competitions Cyclone Taylor Cup (Provincial Championship)

The Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League is a Junior "B" ice hockey league in British Columbia, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Canada. The winner of the VIJHL playoffs competes with the champions of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League and the Pacific International Junior Hockey League for the Cyclone Taylor Cup, the British Columbia Provincial Title.

The Teams

North Division
Team Centre Arena
Campbell River Storm Campbell River, British Columbia Rod Brind'Amour Arena
Comox Valley Glacier Kings Comox Valley, British Columbia Comox Valley Sports Centre
Nanaimo Buccaneers Nanaimo, British Columbia Nanaimo Ice Centre
Oceanside Generals Parksville, British Columbia Oceanside Place
Port Alberni Bombers Port Alberni, British Columbia Weyerhaeuser Arena
South Division
Team Centre Arena
Kerry Park Islanders Mill Bay, British Columbia Kerry Park Arena
Lake Cowichan Kraken Lake Cowichan, British Columbia Cowichan Lake Sports Arena
Peninsula Panthers Saanichton, British Columbia Panorama Recreation Centre
Saanich Predators Saanich, British Columbia George Pearkes Arena
Victoria Cougars Victoria, British Columbia Archie Browning Arena
Westshore Wolves Victoria, British Columbia The Q Centre

Brent Patterson Memorial Trophy Champions

Brent Patterson Memorial Trophy awarded to VIJHL playoff champion

Teams that went on to win the Cyclone Taylor Cup (British Columbia Junior B championship) are in bold print.  The 2015 Campbell River Storm team won the league's first ever Keystone Cup as Western Canadian champions.

"2022 Peninsula Panthers

2021 Season cancelled
2020 Playoffs Cancelled
2019 Victoria Cougars
2018 Campbell River Storm
2017 Campbell River Storm
2016 Victoria Cougars
2015 Campbell River Storm (2015 Keystone Cup champions)
2014 Victoria Cougars
2013 Victoria Cougars
2012 Victoria Cougars
2011 Peninsula Panthers
2010 Peninsula Panthers
2009 Oceanside Generals
2008 Victoria Cougars
2007 Victoria Cougars
2006 Kerry Park Islanders
2005 Victoria Cougars
2004 Campbell River Storm
2003 Campbell River Storm
2002 Campbell River Storm
2001 Campbell River Storm
2000 Campbell River Storm
1999 Campbell River Storm
1998 Campbell River Storm
1997 Parksville Generals
1996 Saanich Braves
1995 Comox Glacier Kings
1994 Kerry Park Islanders
1993 Kerry Park Islanders
1992 Parksville Generals
1991 Kerry Park Islanders
1990 Kerry Park Islanders
1989 Peninsula Eagles
1988 Saanich Braves
1987 Juan De Fuca Gulls
1986 Kerry Park Islanders
1985 Oak Bay Flyers
1984 Saanich Braves
1983 Oak Bay Flyers
1982 Kerry Park Islanders
1981 Oak Bay Flyers
1980 Saanich Braves
1979 Saanich Braves
1978 Saanich Braves
1977 Saanich Braves
1976 Saanich Braves
1975 Port Alberni Timbermen
1974 Capilano Mountaineers
1973 Juan de Fuca Gulls
1972 Victoria Cubs
1971 Victoria Cubs
1970 Nanaimo Buccaneers
1969 Nanaimo Buccaneers
1968 Nanaimo Buccaneers
1967 Comox Totems
1966 Victoria Cougars (beat Royal Roads 6-4, 3-2 in final)

League tie-breaker procedure

3.43 Tie-Breaking Standings For the purposes of establishing standings in the event of a tie in points at the end of a League schedule, whether regular season play or round robin series, the following will prevail: {Rev. 06/2015} i) The team with the most wins in the regular schedule, j) If still tied, the team with the most wins head to head in the regular schedule, k) If still tied, the team with the best goals against head to head in the regular schedule, l) If still tied, the best goals against overall in the regular schedule, m) If still tied, the tie will be resolved with a coin flip.

See Also

List of VIJHL Seasons

External links

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