This is the 2006-07 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's ninetieth season.
2005-06 MJHL Season
|MJHL Seasons|| Succeeded by|
2007-08 MJHL Season
League scheduled Showcase Weekend for October 6th to 8th at Dakota Community Centre in Winnipeg.
Winkler selected to host 2007 Canadian Junior A Hockey League Prospects Game.
MJHL Scholarship Fund introduced.
|Winnipeg South Blues||63||40||16||4||3||251||171||87|
|Swan Valley Stampeders||63||19||37||2||5||203||282||45|
All eleven MJHL teams plus the Soo Thunderbirds of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, played 3 games in 3 days, in front of scouts from all over North America. Games counted in regular season standings.
Friday: defeated Swan Valley 7-6
Saturday: tied Neepawa 6-6
Sunday: lost to Dauphin 5-3
|Division Semi-Finals||Division Finals||Turnbull Cup Championship|
|2||Winnipeg South Blues||3|
Manitoba / Saskatchewan PlayoffEdit
- Anavet Cup Championship
Canada Championship TournamentEdit
- Royal Bank Cup Championship
On route to the 2006 World Junior A Challenge three teams played exhibition games against MJHL clubs.
- Russia U-18 defeated Dauphin Kings 4-2 @ Dauphin, November 1
- Winkler Flyers defeated Germany 4-2 @ Winkler, November 3
- Neepawa Natives defeated Belarus 8-4 @ Brandon, November 4
CJAHL World Junior A ChallengeEdit
CJAHL Prospects GameEdit
|selected to Team Canada West|
|Eric Delong||Forward||Portage Terriers|
|Travis Hamonic||Defense||Winnipeg Saints|
|Aaron Lewadniuk||Forward||Winkler Flyers|
|Jeff Penner||Defense||Dauphin Kings|
All-Star Challenge WeekendEdit
The Sher-Wood Division Prospects found the net early and often Saturday night, January 27 in Portage, as they defeated the Addison Division Prospects 11-5. Luke Stokotelny, Sher-Wood player of the game, scored two first period goals to set his squad on their way. Adam Pleskach named Addison player of the game.
On Sunday in Portage, after Jeff Penner gave Sher-Wood a 1-0 lead, Addison scored six straight goals on way to a 9-8 victory. Kyle Howarth led the Addison attack with a hat-trick, and Matt Gingera added a pair.
Canada Winter GamesEdit
|selected to Team Manitoba|
|Braeden Adamyk||Forward||Neepawa Natives|
|Travis Hamonic||Defense||Winnipeg Saints|
|Jordan Mistelbacher||Forward||Winnipeg Saints|
|Cory More||Forward||Southeast Blades|
|Colin Phaneuf||Forward||Winnipeg South Blues|
In Season AwardsEdit
|Player of the Week||Players of the Month|
|Most Points||Kyle Howarth||Selkirk Steelers||141|
|Most Goals||Adam Sergerie||Selkirk Steelers||64|
|Most Assists||Kyle Howarth||Selkirk Steelers||103|
|Top Goals Against Average||Brant Hilton||Winnipeg South Blues||2.60|
|1||Kyle Howarth||Selkirk Steelers||38||103||141|
|2||Brent Howarth||Selkirk Steelers||49||82||131|
|3||Adam Sergerie||Selkirk Steelers||64||61||125|
|4||Jason Frykas||Selkirk Steelers||58||61||119|
|Matt Summers||OCN Blizzard||50||69||119|
|6||Lem Randall||OCN Blizzard||37||64||101|
|7||Matt Gingera||Winnipeg Saints||49||42||91|
|Ian Lowe||Swan Valley Stampeders||34||57||91|
|9||Riley Nixdorf||Winnipeg South Blues||33||57||90|
|10||Dan Bohemier||Winnipeg South Blues||40||49||89|
|Brant Hilton||Winnipeg South Blues||MJHL Player of the Year|
|RBC Financial Group||Sean Kliewer||Portage Terriers|
|Frank McKinnon Award||Marlin Froese||Winkler Flyers|
|MJHL Scholarship Fund||Dustin Kimber||Southeast Blades|
|Bryce Macek||Winnipeg South Blues|
|Joel Mateika||Swan Valley Stampeders|
in the NewsEdit
NHL Entry Draft
- Dane Crowley selected by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the sixth round.
- Los Angeles Kings hired Ron Hextall as Assistant General Manager.
- Jordin Tootoo signed a two year contract extension with the Nashville Predators.
- Darren Helm signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Detroit Red Wings.
- Travis Zajac made the New Jersey Devils opening night roster and his NHL debut on October 6.
- Travis Zajac scored his first NHL goal in his second NHL game on October 7.
- Erik Petersen coached for Denmark at the World Championship.
- Darren Helm and Team Canada won gold at the World Junior Hockey Championship.
- Darren Helm named to WHL East Second All-Star Team.
- Darren Helm and the Medicine Hat Tigers won the Western Hockey League Championship.
- Darren Helm named to Memorial Cup All-Star Team.
- Barry Trotz named Sporting News NHL Coach of the Year.
National Hockey LeagueEdit
- Tyler Arnason
- Ed Belfour
- Barry Brust
- Garnet Exelby
- Triston Grant
- Shane Hnidy
- Darcy Hordichuk
- Mike LeClerc
- Junior Lessard