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This is the 1999-00 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's eighty third season.

Preceded by
1998-99 MJHL Season
MJHL Seasons Succeeded by
2000-01 MJHL Season

League NotesEdit

MJHL expands to Swan River and Waywayseecappo.
Swan Valley Stampeders and Waywayseecappo Wolverines join Allard Division.
Winkler Flyers switch to Addison Division.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L SOL GF GA PTS
Addison Division
Winnipeg South Blues 64 38 20 6 281 239 82
St. James Canadians 64 38 23 3 285 243 79
Winkler Flyers 64 37 22 5 253 233 79
Selkirk Steelers 64 32 25 7 314 305 71
Southeast Blades 64 29 26 9 282 285 67
St. Boniface Saints 64 21 40 3 230 322 45
Allard Division
OCN Blizzard 64 44 16 4 305 194 92
Portage Terriers 64 34 23 7 291 254 75
Dauphin Kings 64 32 28 4 238 238 68
Swan Valley Stampeders 64 31 31 2 209 237 64
Neepawa Natives 64 30 30 4 244 270 64
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 64 18 42 4 167 279 40

PlayoffsEdit

  Division Semi-Finals Division Finals Turnbull Cup Championship
                           
  1  Winnipeg South Blues 4  
4  Selkirk Steelers 2  
  1  Winnipeg South Blues 4  
Addison Division
  3  Winkler Flyers 1  
2  St. James Canadians 3
  3  Winkler Flyers 4  
    1  Winnipeg South Blues 1
  1  OCN Blizzard 4
  1  OCN Blizzard 4  
4  Swan Valley Stampeders 1  
1  OCN Blizzard 4
Allard Division
  3  Dauphin Kings 0  
2  Portage Terriers 0
  3  Dauphin Kings 4  

Manitoba / Saskatchewan PlayoffEdit

Anavet Cup Championship
OCN lost to Battlefords North Stars (SJHL) 4-games-to-1
see 2000 Anavet Cup

Vladislav Tretiak Friendship CupEdit

Oliver McGee scored in overtime to lift the Winkler Flyers to a 4-3 gold medal win over the Soviet Red Army in the inaugural Vladislav Tretiak Friendship Cup held in Chicago, in early December. Chris Jackson scored two goals for the Manitoba Junior Hockey League club, while Manitoba native Brendan Cook was the other goal getter. Cook was named MVP of the tournament and McGee top defenceman. Winkler finished the round-robin section with a 2-1 record, including a 2-0 shutout victory over Shattuck-St. Mary's by goalie Josh Liebig.

World U-17 Hockey ChallengeEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Luke Molotowsky Forward Selkirk Steelers
Michael Young Forward OCN Blizzard
see 2000 World U-17 Hockey Challenge

Viking CupEdit

The MJHL's Manitoba Pride lost the Bronze Metal Game to Sweden 5-4 in triple overtime at the Viking Cup held December 27 to January 5 in Camrose, Alberta hosted by Augustana University College.

All-Star GameEdit

The MJHL All-Star Game was held on Saturday, February 5 in Portage la Prairie, with the Addison Division defeating the Allard Division 8-3. Game stars were Oliver McGee for Addison and Paul Austin for Allard.

see 2000 MJHL All-Star Game

In Season AwardsEdit

Player of the Week Players of the Month

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Norm Fay Southeast Blades 116
Most Goals Matko Malbasa Winnipeg South Blues 61
Most Assists Norm Fay Southeast Blades 58
Lee Nystrom Southeast Blades 58
Top Goals Against Average Preston McKay OCN Blizzard 2.68

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Norm Fay Southeast Blades 58 58 116
2 Matko Malbasa Winnipeg South Blues 61 49 110
3 Junior Lessard Portage Terriers 60 48 108
4 Tom Herman OCN Blizzard 46 54 100
5 Andrew Kirk Selkirk Steelers 43 47 90
6 Jon Morrison Selkirk Steelers 36 50 86
Lee Nystrom Southeast Blades 28 58 86
8 Darren Wilson Neepawa Natives 37 46 83
9 Curtis Campbell Dauphin Kings 35 46 81
10 Terence Tootoo OCN Blizzard 40 39 79

AwardsEdit

Trophy Winner Team
MVP Junior Lessard Portage Terriers
Top Goaltender Preston McKay OCN Blizzard
Top Defenseman Oliver McGee Winkler Flyers
Rookie of the Year D.J. Huver St. James Canadians
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Junior Lessard Portage Terriers
Coach of the Year Kerry Clark OCN Blizzard
Scoring Champion Norm Fay Southeast Blades
Playoff MVP Preston McKay OCN Blizzard

CJAHL AwardsEdit

Player Team Category
Junior Lessard Portage Terriers MJHL Player of the Year
CJAHL Player of the Year

ScholarshipsEdit

Scholarship Player Team
Ken "Friar" Nicolson Award Andrew Kirk Selkirk Steelers
RBC Financial Group Jason Abbott Winnipeg South Blues
Ed Belfour High Performance Award Junior Lessard Portage Terriers

All-Star TeamsEdit

All-Star Team
Tom HermanJunior LessardMatko Malbasa
OCN BlizzardPortage TerriersWinnipeg South Blues
Oliver McGeeMike Gabriel
Winkler FlyersSwan Valley Stampeders
Preston McKay
OCN Blizzard
Rookie All-Star Team
Phillip AlbertBrendan CookNoah Whyte
OCN BlizzardWinkler FlyersSoutheast Blades
Mike GabrielJustin Seaborg
Swan Valley StampedersOCN Blizzard
D.J. Huver
St. James Canadians

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National Hockey LeagueEdit

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University & College PlayersEdit

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