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This is the 1993-94 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season.

League NotesEdit

Canadian Junior A Hockey League (CJAHL) is formed.
MJHL renames the Leauge's two divisions.
South Division becomes the Addison Division, honoring former commissioner Bill Addison.
North Division renamed the Allard Division to honor George Allard, longtime executive director of the MAHA.

Winkler CupEdit

Winnipeg South Blues won the annual Winkler Cup, by defeating the Winkler Flyers 8-5 in the final of the 10 day pre-season tournament at Notre Dame Arena in Winnipeg. All MJHL teams except Dauphin participated.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L T SOL GF GA PTS
Addison Division
St. Boniface Saints 56 38 16 1 1 --- --- 78
St. James Canadians 55 32 19 1 3 --- --- 68
Winnipeg South Blues 55 33 21 0 1 --- --- 67
Southeast Blades 56 20 34 1 1 --- --- 42
Allard Division
Portage Terriers 56 31 24 0 1 --- --- 63
Neepawa Natives 56 27 25 2 2 --- --- 58
Dauphin Kings 56 27 29 0 0 --- --- 54
Winkler Flyers 56 22 30 4 0 --- --- 48
Selkirk Steelers 56 16 34 1 5 --- --- 38

PlayoffsEdit

  Division Semi-Finals Division Finals Turnbull Cup Championship
                           
  1  St. Boniface Saints 4  
4  Southeast Blades 1  
  1  St. Boniface Saints 4  
Addison Division
  2  St. James Canadians 1  
2  St. James Canadians 4
  3  Winnipeg South Blues 3  
    1  St. Boniface Saints 4
  4  Winkler Flyers 2
  1  Portage Terriers 1  
4  Winkler Flyers 4  
4  Winkler Flyers 4
Allard Division
  3  Dauphin Kings 3  
2  Neepawa Natives 2
  3  Dauphin Kings 4  


Manitoba / Saskatchewan PlayoffEdit

Anavet Cup Championship
St. Boniface lost to Weyburn Red Wings (SJHL) 4-games-to-3
see 1994 Anavet Cup

Viking CupEdit

The Dauphin Kings won the silver medal at the Viking Cup held December 29 to January 4, hosted by Augustana University College in Camrose, Alberta. The Kings lost the gold metal game 7-1 to the Russia National Junior "18" Selects. Kings' winger Lars Molgaard was named to the tournament All-Star Team.

All-Star GameEdit

The MJHL All-Star Game was held January 22, at the St. James Civic Centre, with the Addison Division defeating the Allard Division 11-8. Game MVP's were Mitch Grant (Addison) and Paul Carey (Allard).

see 1994 MJHL All-Star Game

Players of the MonthEdit

MonthPlayer Rookie
October Darcy Pelletier Southeast Blades ?????
November Ryan Smith St. James Canadians Lars Molgaard Dauphin Kings
December ????? ?????
January ????? ?????
February John Stroich Selkirk Steelers Dorian Miller Selkirk Steelers
March Jason Carey St. Boniface Saints Lars Molgaard Dauphin Kings

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Ryan Smith St. James Canadians 125
Most Goals Ryan Smith St. James Canadians 58
Most Assists Landon Duchon St. James Canadians 78
Top Goals Against Average Ryan Tempel St. Boniface Saints 2.96

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Ryan Smith St. James Canadians 58 67 125
2 Landon Duchon St. James Canadians 42 78 120
3 Darcy Pelletier Southeast Blades 46 63 109
4 Jason Gudmundson Winkler Flyers 51 57 108
5 John Stroich Selkirk Steelers 56 48 104
6 Dale Isfeld Southeast Blades 43 59 102
7 Paul Carey Selkirk Steelers 39 55 94
8 Ken Dzikowski Portage Terriers 35 53 88
9 Rob White Winnipeg South Blues 22 62 84
10 Kane Chaloner St. Boniface Saints 31 51 82

AwardsEdit

Trophy Winner Team
MVP Ryan Smith St. James Canadians
Top Goaltender Ryan Tempel St. Boniface Saints
Top Defenseman Laird Lidster Portage Terriers
Rookie of the Year Cory Cyrenne St. Boniface Saints
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship John Stroich Selkirk Steelers
Coach of the Year Bob Miller Portage Terriers
Scoring Champion Ryan Smith St. James Canadians
Playoff MVP Jason Carey St. Boniface Saints

CJAHL AwardEdit

Player Team Category
Ryan Smith St. James Canadians MJHL Player of the Year
co-runner-up
CJAHL Player of the Year

ScholarshipsEdit

Scholarship Player Team
Ken "Friar" Nicolson Award Ryan Smith St. James Canadians

All-Star TeamEdit

Jason GudmundsonDarcy PelletierRyan Smith
Winkler FlyersSoutheast BladesSt. James Canadians
Laird LidsterCory Francis
Portage TerriersSt. Boniface Saints
Ryan Tempel
St. Boniface Saints

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