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This is the 2011-12 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's ninety fifth season.

Preceded by
2010-11 MJHL Season
MJHL seasons Succeeded by
2012-13 MJHL Season

League NotesEdit

Portage Terriers switch to the Addison Division.
League schedules Showcase Weekend for October 6th to 8th in Winnipeg at the MTS IcePlex.
Manitoba Pork Peak Performer of the Month Award introduced.
Insurance Brokers Association of Manitoba Scholarship introduced.
MJHL cancells All-Star Game.
Humboldt (SJHL) to host RBC Cup. If they win Anavet Cup, MJHL Champions are West Region representative.

Regular SeasonEdit

Addison Division
Portage Terriers 62 42 15 5 265 185 89
Winnipeg Blues 62 38 19 5 249 202 81
Winkler Flyers 62 37 21 4 268 219 78
Selkirk Steelers 62 37 23 2 241 213 76
Winnipeg Saints 62 34 22 6 224 214 74
Steinbach Pistons 62 15 41 6 185 316 36
Sher-Wood Division
Dauphin Kings 62 41 16 5 248 193 87
OCN Blizzard 61 31 23 7 173 179 69
Swan Valley Stampeders 62 27 27 8 200 216 62
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 62 26 27 9 207 201 61
Neepawa Natives 61 12 45 4 166 288 28

Note: December 18 game, Neepawa at OCN was suspended after one period with Neepawa ahead 3-2, because of an incoming snow storm. Game was re-scheduled for Feb. 26, but later cancelled.


  Division Semi-Finals Division Finals Turnbull Cup Championship
  1  Portage Terriers 4  
4  Selkirk Steelers 0  
  1  Portage Terriers 4  
Addison Division
  2  Winnipeg Blues 2  
2  Winnipeg Blues 4
  3  Winkler Flyers 0  
    1  Portage Terriers 4
  A5  Winnipeg Saints 1
  1  Dauphin Kings 1  
A5  Winnipeg Saints 4  
A5  Winnipeg Saints 4
Sher-Wood Division
  2  OCN Blizzard 2  
2  OCN Blizzard 4
  3  Swan Valley Stampeders 2  

Winnipeg Saints became the first-ever, cross-over team, to win a playoff round in the MJHL

Manitoba / Saskatchewan PlayoffEdit

Anavet Cup Championship
Portage lost to Humboldt Broncos (SJHL) 4-games-to-3
see 2012 Anavet Cup

Canada Championship TournamentEdit

RBC Cup Championship
Portage failed to qualify for playoffs
Cody Kostecki awarded the RBC Cup Legacy Scholarship
see 2012 RBC Cup

CJHL World Junior A ChallengeEdit

No MJHL players or coaches were selected.

see 2011 World Junior A Challenge

CJHL Prospects GameEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Brendan Dusik Defense Neepawa Natives
Brendan Harms Forward Portage Terriers
Tanner Jago Defense Winkler Flyers
Tyler Mueller Defense Dauphin Kings
Corey Petrash Forward Winnipeg Saints
see 2011 CJHL Prospects Series

World U-17 Hockey ChallengeEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Denis Bosc Forward Steinbach Pistons
Kurt Keats Forward Winnipeg Blues
Paul Stoykewych Defense Winnipeg Blues
Don MacGillivray Assistant Coach Winnipeg Blues
see 2012 World U-17 Hockey Challenge

In Season AwardsEdit

Player of the Week Players of the Month Peak Performer of the Month

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings 90
Most Goals Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings 59
Most Assists Neil Tarnasky Dauphin Kings 48
Top Goals Against Average Jayson Argue Swan Valley Stampeders 2.61

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings 59 31 90
2 Hudson Friesen Selkirk Steelers 36 45 81
3 Chapen Leblond Winkler Flyers 34 43 77
4 Parker Thomas Selkirk Steelers 27 47 74
5 Jason Gardiner Winnipeg Saints 37 36 73
6 Derek Gingera Winnipeg Blues 43 28 71
David Conrad Selkirk Steelers 30 41 71
Jordan Neduzak Winkler Flyers 29 42 71
Brent Wold Portage Terriers 26 45 71
10 Jared Morris Winnipeg Blues 29 39 68


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Jayson Argue Swan Valley Stampeders
Top Goaltender Jayson Argue Swan Valley Stampeders
Top Defenseman Brenden Kotyk Dauphin Kings
Rookie of the Year Tanner Jago Winkler Flyers
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Derek Gingera Winnipeg Blues
Coach of the Year Don MacGillivray Winnipeg Blues
Scoring Champion Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings
Playoff MVP Kajon McKay Portage Terriers

CJHL AwardEdit

Player Team Category
Jayson Argue Swan Valley Stampeders MJHL Player of the Year


Scholarship Player Team
RBC Financial Group Evan Laye Selkirk Steelers
MJHL Scholarship Fund Steven Duda Waywayseecappo Wolverines
Blair Osiowy Winnipeg Blues
Craig Scott Winnipeg Saints
Insurance Brokers Association of Manitoba Dylan Heide Selkirk Steelers

All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-Star Team
Chapen LeblondJesse SinatynskiBrent Wold
Winkler FlyersDauphin KingsPortage Terriers
Brenden KotykSteve Sorensen
Dauphin KingsWinkler Flyers
Jayson Argue
Swan Valley Stampeders
Second All-Star Team
Brett ChartierHudson FriesenDerek Gingera
Winnipeg SaintsSelkirk SteelersWinnipeg Blues
Paul BonarYvan Pattyn
Winnipeg BluesPortage Terriers
Matthew Krahn
OCN Blizzard
Rookie All-Star Team
Kurt KeatsCorey PetrashJustin Valentino
Winnipeg BluesWinnipeg SaintsSwan Valley Stampeders
Tanner JagoPaul Stoykewych
Winkler FlyersWinnipeg Blues
Isiah Plett
Winnipeg Blues

Alumni news

in the NewsEdit


  • Joel Edmundson selected by the St. Louis Blues in the second round of the NHL Entry Draft.
  • Jason Kasdorf selected by the Winnipeg Jets in the sixth round of the NHL Entry Draft.


  • Ryan Garbutt signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Dallas Stars.






  • Shelby Gray named to MCHA All-Freshman Team.
  • Brendan Shinnimin signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Phoenix Coyotes.
  • Andrew Clark selected Atlantic University Sport MVP & First Team All-Star.
  • Shelby Gray named to MCHA All-Tournament Team.
  • Caleb Suderman named to MIAC All-Conference Team.
  • Matt Spafford and Saskatchewan Huskies won the CWUAA Championship.
  • Jordin Tootoo nominated for the Bill Masterton Trophy by the Nashville Predators.
  • Andrew Clark named the CIS Player of the Year.
  • Nick Lazorko named to AHCA Division II/Division III All-American East Third Team.
  • Sean Collins signed a two year entry level contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
  • Nick Lazorko named to New England Hockey Writers' Division II/Division III All-Star Team.


  • Riley Weselowski named the Central Hockey League’s Most Outstanding Defenseman.


  • Ryan Dech and the Edmonton Oil Kings won the WHL Championship.



Professional PlayersEdit

Major Junior PlayersEdit

University & College PlayersEdit


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