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This is the 2010-11 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's ninety fourth season.

Preceded by
2009-10 MJHL Season
MJHL seasons Succeeded by
2011-12 MJHL Season

League NotesEdit

Winnipeg South Blues change name to Winnipeg Blues.
League schedules Showcase Weekend for October 8th to 10th in Winnipeg at the MTS IcePlex.
Dauphin to host Canadian Junior Hockey League Prospects Games.
League cancels MJHL Prospects Game.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L OTL GF GA PTS
Addison Division
Winkler Flyers 62 38 17 7 228 191 83
Selkirk Steelers 62 36 17 9 246 215 81
Winnipeg Saints 62 31 30 1 220 229 63
Winnipeg Blues 62 18 32 12 215 284 48
Steinbach Pistons 62 19 40 3 202 276 41
Sher-Wood Division
Portage Terriers 62 40 15 7 225 163 87
Dauphin Kings 62 39 20 3 244 197 81
OCN Blizzard 62 34 18 10 178 158 78
Swan Valley Stampeders 62 33 23 6 174 185 72
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 62 29 26 7 202 202 65
Neepawa Natives 62 24 32 6 170 204 54

PlayoffsEdit

  Division Semi-Finals Division Finals Turnbull Cup Championship
                           
  1  Winkler Flyers 4  
S5  Wayway Wolverines 2  
  1  Winkler Flyers 2  
Addison Division
  2  Selkirk Steelers 4  
2  Selkirk Steelers 4
  3  Winnipeg Saints 1  
    2  Selkirk Steelers 1
  1  Portage Terriers 4
  1  Portage Terriers 4  
4  Swan Valley Stampeders 2  
1  Portage Terriers 4
Sher-Wood Division
  2  Dauphin Kings 2  
2  Dauphin Kings 4
  3  OCN Blizzard 3  

Manitoba / Saskatchewan PlayoffEdit

Anavet Cup Championship
Portage defeated La Ronge Ice Wolves (SJHL) 4-games-to-3
Brent Wold from Portage selected MVP
see 2011 Anavet Cup

Canada Championship TournamentEdit

RBC Cup Championship
Portage failed to qualify for playoffs
Kyle Turgeon awarded the RBC Cup Legacy Scholarship
see 2011 RBC Cup

CJHL World Junior A ChallengeEdit

selected to Canada West
Player Position Team
Matthew Krahn Goaltender OCN Blizzard
Ryan Marshall Forward Swan Valley Stampeders
Mitch Van Teeling Forward Dauphin Kings
Jomar Cruz Video Coach OCN Blizzard
see 2010 World Junior A Challenge

CJHL Prospects SeriesEdit

selected to Team West
Player Position Team
T.J. Constant Forward OCN Blizzard
Shane Gingera Forward Winnipeg Saints
Jason Kasdorf Goaltender Portage Terriers
Mitch Van Teeling Forward Dauphin Kings
Injury Replacement
Brent Wold Forward Portage Terriers
Landon Hall Defense Dauphin Kings
selected to Coach
Team West Team East
Marc Berry Dauphin Kings Marlin Murray Dauphin Kings
Steve Bray Dauphin Kings Bruce Helgeson Dauphin Kings
see 2010 CJHL Prospects Series @ Dauphin, Manitoba

World U-17 Hockey ChallengeEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Brendan Harms Forward Portage Terriers
Landon Peel Defense Swan Valley Stampeders
David Anning Assistant Coach Winnipeg Saints
see 2011 World U-17 Hockey Challenge @ Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie

All-Star GameEdit

In a game with 27 goals, one of the best performances at this MJHL All-Star Game actually came from one of the netminders. Addison Herosian only allowed three goals in his 30 minutes of work to help the Addison Division beat the Sher-Wood Division 16-11 on Wednesday night, January 19 at Swan River.

see 2011 MJHL All-Star Game

In Season AwardsEdit

Player of the Week Players of the Month

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Shane Luke Dauphin Kings 89
Most Goals Colan Jackson Selkirk Steelers 44
Most Assists Shane Luke Dauphin Kings 61
Top Goals Against Average Matthew Krahn OCN Blizzard 2.20

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Shane Luke Dauphin Kings 28 61 89
2 Brett Chartier Winnipeg Saints 29 53 82
3 Michael Wilgosh Winkler Flyers 38 43 81
4 Colan Jackson Selkirk Steelers 44 35 79
5 Cole Pruden Winnipeg Saints 29 44 73
6 Paul Van De Velde Waywayseecappo Wolverines 21 51 72
7 Bryn Chyzyk Dauphin Kings 22 49 71
8 Brent Wold Portage Terriers 23 46 69
9 Brendan Harms Portage Terriers 28 36 64
10 Stephane Pattyn Portage Terriers 21 41 62

AwardsEdit

Trophy Winner Team
MVP Shane Luke Dauphin Kings
Top Goaltender Matthew Krahn OCN Blizzard
Top Defenseman Clark Bzczynski Swan Valley Stampeders
Rookie of the Year Bryn Chyzyk Dauphin Kings
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Shane Luke Dauphin Kings
Coach of the Year Scott McMillan OCN Blizzard
Scoring Champion Shane Luke Dauphin Kings
Playoff MVP Tyler Moore Portage Terriers

CJHL AwardEdit

Player Team Category
Shane Luke Dauphin Kings MJHL Player of the Year

ScholarshipsEdit

Scholarship Player Team
RBC Financial Group Adam Stoykewych Selkirk Steelers
MJHL Scholarship Fund Tyler Wiwchar Winnipeg Saints

All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-Star Team
Shelby GrayShane LukePaul Van De Velde
Swan Valley StampedersDauphin Kings Wayway Wolverines
Clark ByczynskiChris De La Lande
Swan Valley StampedersSelkirk Steelers
Matthew Krahn
OCN Blizzard
Second All-Star Team
Brett ChartierColan JacksonJoel Ridgeway
Winnipeg SaintsSelkirk SteelersSelkirk Steelers
Paul BonarDale Warkentin
Winnipeg BluesOCN Blizzard
Jason Kasdorf
Portage Terriers
Rookie All-Star Team
Bryn ChyzykBrett PinkertonBrent Wold
Dauphin KingsWayway WolverinesPortage Terriers
Yvan PattynLandon Peel
Portage TerriersSwan Valley Stampeders
Reed Peters
Winkler Flyers

Alumni news

in the NewsEdit

August

  • Detroit Red Wings re-sign Darren Helm to a two year contract.

October

  • Ed Belfour inducted in to the University of North Dakota Hockey Hall of Fame.

November

  • Travis Hamonic made his NHL debut on November 24 with the New York Islanders.

December

  • Ryan Garbutt signed a contract with Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League.
  • Reave MacKinnon named Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Week (12/13).

January

February

  • Travis Hamonic scored his first NHL goal on February 1st against Atlanta Thrashers.
  • Mike Keane had his No. 12 jersey retired by the AHL's Manitoba Moose.
  • Eric Delong named Atlantic Hockey Association co-Player of the Week (2/27).

March

June

NHL

Professional PlayersEdit

Major Junior PlayersEdit

University & College PlayersEdit

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