This is the 2001-02 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's eighty fifth season.

Preceded by
2000-01 MJHL Season
MJHL Seasons Succeeded by
2002-03 MJHL Season

League NotesEdit

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League agree to a pair of interlocking all-star games.

Regular SeasonEdit

Addison Division
Winkler Flyers 64 47 15 1 1 269 166 96
St. James Canadians 64 33 25 3 3 228 200 72
Winnipeg South Blues 64 31 28 3 2 237 246 67
Selkirk Steelers 64 23 36 2 3 216 269 51
Southeast Blades 64 23 36 4 1 202 286 51
Winnipeg Saints 64 20 40 0 4 178 293 44
Allard Division
OCN Blizzard 64 56 5 1 2 379 149 115
Portage Terriers 64 43 19 2 0 275 169 88
Neepawa Natives 64 40 20 1 3 271 221 84
Swan Valley Stampeders 64 34 20 2 8 272 203 78
Dauphin Kings 64 26 32 3 3 220 268 58
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 64 8 51 1 4 166 443 21


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

Manitoba / Saskatchewan PlayoffEdit

Anavet Cup Championship
OCN defeated Kindersley Klippers (SJHL) 4-games-to-1
see 2002 Anavet Cup

Canada Championship TournamentEdit

Royal Bank Cup Championship
OCN lost to Halifax Oland Exports (MJAHL) in Championship Game
see 2002 Royal Bank Cup

World U-17 Hockey ChallengeEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Mitch Carefoot Forward Dauphin Kings
Dustin DeGagne Defense Winnipeg South Blues
James Knight Forward Winnipeg South Blues
Mark Olafson Forward St. James Canadians
Derek Poplawski Defense St. James Canadians
Andy Zulyniak Forward St. James Canadians
see 2002 World U-17 Hockey Challenge

Viking CupEdit

The MJHL's Manitoba Pride lost the Bronze Metal Game at the Viking Cup to the Alberta Junior Hockey League The event was hosted by Augustana University College in Camrose, Alberta & held December 27 to January 6.

Power Smart All-Star ChallengeEdit

The best of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League and the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League joined up for a two day festival of all-star hockey and it kicked off Saturday, January 19 in Winkler, Manitoba with the SJHL's Dodge Division defeating the MJHL's Addison Division 11-9. James Marquis was named the Addison Division MVP. On Sunday, January 20th, the Battle of the Border in Estevan, Saskatchewan saw the SJHL's Sher-Wood Division defeated the MJHL's Allard Division 7-2. Myles Fee was choosen the game's best defenseman.

see 2002 Power Smart All-Star Challenge

In Season AwardsEdit

Player of the Week Players of the Month

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Justin Tetrault OCN Blizzard 114
Most Goals Jonathan Parker Selkirk Steelers 58
Most Assists Justin Tetrault OCN Blizzard 82
Top Goals Against Average Marc Andre Leclerc OCN Blizzard 2.16

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Justin Tetrault OCN Blizzard 32 82 114
2 Mark Agnew Swan Valley Stampeders 32 77 109
3 Jonathan Parker Selkirk Steelers 58 48 106
4 Mike Ouellet OCN Blizzard 54 51 105
5 Justin Maier Swan Valley Stampeders 51 51 102
6 Russ Oldcorn Winkler Flyers 35 65 100
7 Justin Williams OCN Blizzard 43 54 97
8 Reg Goodfellow Winnipeg South Blues 33 60 93
9 Jamie Muswagon OCN Blizzard 38 54 92
10 Dan Glenn Winkler Flyers 41 48 89


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Marc Andre Leclerc OCN Blizzard
Top Goaltender Marc Andre Leclerc OCN Blizzard
Top Defenseman Steve Mullin Winkler Flyers
Rookie of the Year Blaine Jarvis Neepawa Natives
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Jamie Muswagon OCN Blizzard
Coach of the Year Jamie Leach Southeast Blades
Scoring Champion Justin Tetrault OCN Blizzard
Playoff MVP Marc Andre Leclerc OCN Blizzard

CJAHL AwardsEdit

Player Team Category
Marc Andre Leclerc OCN Blizzard Top Goaltender
????? MJHL Player of the Year


Scholarship Player Team
Ken "Friar" Nicolson Award Jordan Bodnar St. James Canadians
RBC Financial Group Joshua Pawluk Southeast Blades
Ed Belfour
High Performance Award
Russ Oldcorn Winkler Flyers
Matt Wheatley Winnipeg South Blues

All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-Star Team
Justin MaierJonathan ParkerJustin Tetrault
Swan Valley StampedersSelkirk SteelersOCN Blizzard
Steve MullinJordan Little
Winkler FlyersWinkler Flyers
Marc Andre Leclerc
OCN Blizzard
Second All-Star Team
Mark AgnewJamie MuswagonRuss Oldcorn
Swan Valley StampedersOCN BlizzardWinkler Flyers
Myles FeeGarrett Hildebrandt
Dauphin KingsOCN Blizzard
Dave Morton
Portage Terriers
Third All-Star Team
Mike OuelletT.J. ReidJustin Williams
OCN BlizzardNeepawa NativesOCN Blizzard
Steve LaterTravis Wight
Winnipeg South BluesPortage Terriers
Ian Vigier
Winkler Flyers
First Rookie All-Star Team
Trevor DerlagoBlaine JarvisMark Olafson
Swan Valley StampedersNeepawa NativesSt. James Canadians
Dustin CosgroveDerek Poplawski
Swan Valley StampedersSt. James Canadians
Louis Chabot
OCN Blizzard
Second Rookie All-Star Team
Tyler PerkinsChad WrixonTravis Zajac
Winnipeg SaintsWinkler FlyersSt. James Canadians
Chris ThorpeAndy Zulyniak
Neepawa NativesSt. James Canadians
Karson Gillespie
Neepawa Natives

Alumni news

in the NewsEdit


  • Colton Orr signed a three year entry level contract with the Boston Bruins.




  • Shane Hnidy scored his first NHL playoff goal against Curtis Joseph on May 2.


  • Garnet Exelby and the Chicago Wolves won the American Hockey League championship.

National Hockey LeagueEdit

Professional PlayersEdit

Major Junior PlayersEdit

University & College PlayersEdit


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