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This is the 1992-93 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

Southeast T-Birds changed name to Southeast Blades.
MJHL Coach of the Year Award introduced.

Winkler CupEdit

Selkirk Steelers won the inaugural Winkler Cup, by defeating the Portage Terriers 9-8 in the final of the week long pre-season tournament at Notre Dame Arena in Winnipeg. All MJHL Teams participated.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L T SOL GF GA PTS
North Division
Portage Terriers 48 34 12 0 2 282 188 70
Winkler Flyers 48 27 20 1 0 223 209 55
Dauphin Kings 48 24 22 1 1 225 220 50
Neepawa Natives 48 21 24 1 2 222 206 45
Selkirk Steelers 48 21 26 0 1 212 247 43
South Division
St. Boniface Saints 48 26 19 1 2 197 189 55
St. James Canadians 48 25 20 1 2 241 233 53
Winnipeg South Blues 48 19 25 1 3 207 234 42
Southeast Blades 48 16 29 0 3 224 307 35

PlayoffsEdit

  Division Semi-Finals Division Finals Turnbull Cup Championship
                           
  1  Portage Terriers 4  
4  Neepawa Natives 0  
  1  Portage Terriers 1  
North Division
  3  Dauphin Kings 4  
2  Winkler Flyers 3
  3  Dauphin Kings 4  
    3  Dauphin Kings 4
  1  St. Boniface Saints 0
  1  St. Boniface Saints 4  
N5  Selkirk Steelers 0  
1  St. Boniface Saints 4
South Division
  3  Winnipeg South Blues 1  
2  St. James Canadians 2
  3  Winnipeg South Blues 4  


Manitoba / Saskatchewan PlayoffEdit

Anavet Cup Championship
Dauphin lost to Flin Flon Bombers (SJHL) 4-games-to-2
see 1993 Anavet Cup

All-Star GameEdit

The MJHL All-Star Game was held on Saturday, January 23, in Portage la Prairie, with the game ending tied at 10. Game MVP's were North's Ken Donaldson & South's Rob White. The League held its first skills competition, Eric Inman hardest shot, Harold Nachbaur most accurate, Pat Mullin fastest skater, & Ryan Tempel best goalie.

see 1993 MJHL All-Star Game

Players of the MonthEdit

MonthPlayer Rookie
October Pat Mullin Dauphin Kings Jason Gudmundson Winkler Flyers
November Matt Friesen Selkirk Steelers Brad Burym St. Boniface Saints
December Ryan Rintoul St. James Canadians Ken Donaldson Dauphin Kings
January Ryan Smith St. James Canadians Kent Maclnnis Neepawa Natives
February Dane Litke Winkler Flyers Jason Gudmundson Winkler Flyers
March Robin Poole Dauphin Kings Scott Stephenson St. Boniface Saints

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Marcel Pruden Portage Terriers 93
Most Goals Jason King Winnipeg South Blues
Most Assists Dane Litke Winkler Flyers 62
Top Goals Against Average Scott Easton Winkler Flyers 3.58
Ryan Tempel St. Boniface Saints 3.58

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Marcel Pruden Portage Terriers 34 59 93
2 Ryan Rintoul St. James Canadians 37 53 90
3 Matt Friesen St. Boniface Saints 34 49 83
4 Harold Nachbaur Southeast Blades 37 43 80
5 Ryan Smith St. James Canadians 38 41 79
Landon Duchon St. James Canadians 26 53 79
7 Mark Zacharias Winkler Flyers 36 41 77
8 Jason Gudmundson Winkler Flyers 35 37 72
Rob White Winnipeg South Blues 32 40 72
Derek Rigaux St. Boniface Saints 27 45 72
Dane Litke Winkler Flyers 10 62 72

AwardsEdit

Trophy Winner Team
MVP Dane Litke Winkler Flyers
Top Goaltender Wade Kolmel St. James Canadians
Top Defenseman Pat Mullin Dauphin Kings
Rookie of the Year Ken Donaldson Dauphin Kings
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Matt Friesen St. Boniface Saints
Coach of the Year Bruce Schmidt St. Boniface Saints
Lyle Stokotelny Dauphin Kings
Scoring Champion Marcel Pruden Portage Terriers
Playoff MVP Archie Milcharek Dauphin Kings

All-Star TeamEdit

Matt FriesenMarcel PrudenRyan Rintoul
St. Boniface SaintsPortage TerriersSt. James Canadians
Pat MullinDane Litke
Dauphin KingsWinkler Flyers
Wade Kolmel
St. James Canadians

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