This is the 2003-04 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's eighty seventh season.

Preceded by
2002-03 MJHL Season
MJHL Seasons Succeeded by
2004-05 MJHL Season

League NotesEdit

Regular SeasonEdit

Addison Division
Selkirk Steelers 64 44 18 1 1 335 236 90
Winkler Flyers 64 32 21 7 4 263 238 75
Winnipeg Saints 64 33 29 1 1 267 238 68
Winnipeg South Blues 64 25 31 6 2 252 248 58
Southeast Blades 64 12 50 0 2 184 389 26
Sher-Wood Division
OCN Blizzard 64 46 10 4 4 355 177 100
Neepawa Natives 64 37 18 5 4 236 193 83
Swan Valley Stampeders 64 36 22 4 2 255 224 78
Portage Terriers 64 32 26 4 2 232 230 70
Dauphin Kings 64 19 36 4 5 208 284 47
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 64 17 45 2 0 201 331 36


  Division Semi-Finals Division Finals Turnbull Cup Championship
  1  Selkirk Steelers 4  
4  Winnipeg South Blues 3  
  1  Selkirk Steelers 4  
Addison Division
  3  Winnipeg Saints 2  
2  Winkler Flyers 2
  3  Winnipeg Saints 4  
    1  Selkirk Steelers 4
  4  Portage Terriers 0
  1  OCN Blizzard 0  
4  Portage Terriers 4  
4  Portage Terriers 4
Sher-Wood Division
  3  Swan Valley Stampeders 2  
2  Neepawa Natives 2
  3  Swan Valley Stampeders 4  

Manitoba / Saskatchewan PlayoffEdit

Anavet Cup Championship
Selkirk lost to Kindersley Klippers (SJHL) 4-games-to-3
see 2004 Anavet Cup

World U-17 Hockey ChallengeEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Dane Crowley Defense Winnipeg South Blues
Brodie Dupont Forward Swan Valley Stampeders
Rick Lecuyer Defense Winnipeg Saints
Beau Prokopetz Defense Winnipeg South Blues
Brock Trotter Forward Dauphin Kings
Jordan Wilson Forward Winnipeg Saints
Bill Brenton Coach Selkirk Steelers
Del Pedrick Assistant Coach Swan Valley Stampeders
see 2004 World U-17 Hockey Challenge

All-Star Challenge WeekendEdit

Prospects Game
Brodie Dupont took a perfect pass from Ian Lowe and roofed it over the shoulder of Justin Harris to lift Sher-Wood Division over Addison Division 2-1 in the MJHL Prospects Game held at Selkirk on Friday, January 30.

see 2004 MJHL Prospects Game

All-Star Game
Mark Wallmann scored a pair of goals, including the game winner with 2:49 remaining, to lead the Sher-Wood Division to a 6-4 triumph over the Addison Division in the MJHL All-Star game on Saturday night at Selkirk .

see 2004 MJHL All-Star Game

In Season AwardsEdit

Player of the Week Players of the Month

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Aaron Starr OCN Blizzard 118
Most Goals Aaron Starr OCN Blizzard 59
Most Assists Michael Young OCN Blizzard 64
Top Goals Against Average Pierre-Olivier Girouard OCN Blizzard 2.24

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Aaron Starr OCN Blizzard 59 59 118
2 Jordan Pietrus Winnipeg Saints 46 49 95
3 Cliff Ketchen Portage Terriers 29 62 91
4 Matt Johnson Selkirk Steelers 30 57 87
Michael Young OCN Blizzard 23 64 87
6 Trevor Derlago Swan Valley Stampeders 29 48 77
7 Josh Froese Winkler Flyers 31 45 76
Mark Wallmann OCN Blizzard 30 46 76
9 Derek Hooper Winnipeg South Blues 34 41 75
Travis Kornelsen Selkirk Steelers 28 47 75


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Aaron Starr OCN Blizzard
Top Goaltender Greg Goodwin Neepawa Natives
Top Defenseman Riley Weselowski Neepawa Natives
Rookie of the Year Mark Magnowski Winnipeg Saints
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Travis Kornelsen Selkirk Steelers
Coach of the Year Craig Atkinson Neepawa Natives
Scoring Champion Aaron Starr OCN Blizzard
Playoff MVP Dustin Hughes Selkirk Steelers

CJAHL AwardsEdit

Player Team Category
Aaron Starr OCN Blizzard Most Points
MJHL Player of the Year
CJAHL Player of the Year


Scholarship Player Team
RBC Financial Group Jordan Oakley Swan Valley Stampeders
Ed Belfour
High Performance Award
Curtis Budgell Winnipeg South Blues
Ryan Garbutt Winnipeg South Blues
Frank McKinnon Award Matt Wheatley Winnipeg South Blues

All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-Star Team
Jordan PietrusAaron StarrMichael Young
Winnipeg SaintsOCN BlizzardOCN Blizzard
Riley WeselowskiDave Grimson
Neepawa NativesSwan Valley Stampeders
Greg Goodwin
Neepawa Natives
Second All-Star Team
Josh FroeseMatt JohnsonCliff Ketchen
Winkler FlyersSelkirk SteelersPortage Terriers
Skyler BermanJared Lang
Selkirk SteelersOCN Blizzard
Pierre-Olivier Girouard
OCN Blizzard
First Rookie All-Star Team
Brodie DupontMark MagnowskiBrock Trotter
Swan Valley StampedersWinnipeg SaintsDauphin Kings
Chris BarthDevrin Stonehouse
Dauphin KingsNeepawa Natives
Stefan Drew
Portage Terriers
Second Rookie All-Star Team
Kevin ClarkIan LoweChris Stelmack
Winnipeg South BluesSwan Valley StampedersSelkirk Steelers
David GordinBeau Prokopetz
Neepawa NativesWinnipeg South Blues
Jonathan Trout
Wayway Wolverines

Alumni NewsEdit

see 2003-04 MJHL Alumni News

Alumni news

in the NewsEdit

NHL Entry Draft


  • Travis Zajac selected by the New Jersey Devils in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft.



  • Jordin Tootoo made the Nashville Predators opening night roster and his NHL debut on October 9.
  • Jordin Tootoo scored his first NHL goal against the Atlanta Thrashers on October 23.



  • Colton Orr made his NHL debut on January 8 with the Boston Bruins.
  • Jared Walker played in CHL Top Prospects Game.


  • Shane Hnidy traded to the Nashville Predators by the Ottawa Senators.
  • Steve Mullin and the Maine Black Bears won the Hockey East Championship.


  • Garnet Exelby was the inaugural recipient of the Dan Snyder Memorial Award.

National Hockey LeagueEdit


Major Junior PlayersEdit

University & College PlayersEdit


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