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This is the 2012-13 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's ninety sixth season.

Preceded by
2011-12 MJHL Season
MJHL seasons Succeeded by
2013-14 MJHL Season

League NotesEdit

Winnipeg Saints are sold, relocate to Virden and renamed Virden Oil Capitals.
Steinbach Pistons became community owned.
League schedules Showcase Weekend for October 4th to 6th in Winnipeg at the MTS IcePlex.
Dauphin selected to host the 2014 Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup.
CJHL introduced a new suite of national awards: Most Valuable Player, Top Forward, Top Defenseman,
Top Goaltender, Top Rookie, Coach of the Year, Top NHL Prospect, plus 3 Stars of the Month.

Regular SeasonEdit

Addison Division
Winnipeg Blues 60 45 14 1 266 164 91
Steinbach Pistons 60 31 25 4 224 207 66
Portage Terriers 60 32 27 1 187 187 65
Winkler Flyers 60 22 27 11 199 224 55
Selkirk Steelers 60 25 30 5 203 210 55
Sher-Wood Division
Dauphin Kings 60 47 11 2 266 149 96
OCN Blizzard 60 39 16 5 221 190 83
Swan Valley Stampeders 60 33 23 4 221 221 70
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 60 25 30 5 188 220 55
Virden Oil Capitals 60 18 34 8 155 212 44
Neepawa Natives 60 13 40 7 142 288 33


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

Western Canada Championship TournamentEdit

Western Canada Cup Championship
Steinbach failed to qualify for playoffs
see 2013 Western Canada Cup

CJHL World Junior A ChallengeEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Kurt Keats Forward Winnipeg Blues
Paul Stoykewych Defense Winnipeg Blues
Ryan Smith Assistant Coach Selkirk Steelers
see 2012 World Junior A Challenge

CJHL Prospects GameEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Denis Bosc Forward Steinbach Pistons
Ty Edmonds Goaltender Virden Oil Capitals
Tanner Jago Defense Winkler Flyers
see 2012 CJHL Prospects Series

World U-17 Hockey ChallengeEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Justin Baudry Defense Steinbach Pistons
Ty Edmonds Goaltender Virden Oil Capitals
Don MacGillivray Coach Winnipeg Blues
see 2013 World U-17 Hockey Challenge

In Season AwardsEdit

Player of the Week Players of the Month Peak Performer of the Month
CJHL 3 Stars of the Month
Star Month Player Team
2 January Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings 93
Most Goals Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings 43
Most Assists Guillaume Naud Dauphin Kings 56
Top Goals Against Average Jeremy Pominville Dauphin Kings 2.36

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings 43 50 93
2 Jon Gaudet Dauphin Kings 37 53 90
3 Guillaume Naud Dauphin Kings 32 56 88
4 Parker Thomas Selkirk Steelers 29 44 73
5 Jory Mullin Winkler Flyers 27 44 71
Jeremy Olinyk Winnipeg Blues 24 47 71
7 Connor Cleverley Winnipeg Blues 38 31 69
8 Richard Olson Steinbach Pistons 37 30 67
9 Myles Nykoluk Steinbach Pistons 26 40 66
10 Justin Augert Steinbach Pistons 34 30 64


Trophy Winner Team
MVP Guillaume Naud Dauphin Kings
Top Goaltender Adam Iwan Portage Terriers
Top Defenseman Tanner Butler Dauphin Kings
Rookie of the Year Tristan Keck Winkler Flyers
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Connor Cleverley Winnipeg Blues
Coach of the Year Don MacGillivray Winnipeg Blues
Scoring Champion Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings
Playoff MVP Corey Koop Steinbach Pistons

CJHL AwardsEdit

Player Team Category
Guillaume Naud Dauphin Kings MJHL Player of the Year
Tristan Keck Winkler Flyers Rookie of the Year


Scholarship Player Team
RBC Financial Group Corey Koop Steinbach Pistons
MJHL Scholarship Fund Justin Dalebozik Steinbach Pistons
Tyler Harland Portage Terriers
Kyle Rous Steinbach Pistons
Insurance Brokers Association of Manitoba Brendan Mitchell Selkirk Steelers

All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-Star Team
Connor CleverleyGuillaume NaudParker Thomas
Winnipeg BluesDauphin KingsSelkirk Steelers
Tanner ButlerKyle Rous
Dauphin KingsSteinbach Pistons
Adam Iwan
Portage Terriers
Second All-Star Team
Jon GaudetKajon McKayJory Mullin
Dauphin KingsPortage TerriersWinkler Flyers
Nathan BruyereJosh Elmes
OCN BlizzardOCN Blizzard
Jeremy Pominville
Dauphin Kings
Rookie All-Star Team
Drake BodieTristan KeckDrake Lindsay
Wayway WolverinesWinkler FlyersNeepawa Natives
Justin BaudryGarrett Johnston
Steinbach PistonsSwan Valley Stampeders
Brian Archibald
Dauphin Kings

Alumni news

in the NewsEdit


  • Darren Helm agreed to a 4 year, 8.5 million dollar contract with the Detroit Red Wings.
  • Travis Brown selected by the Chicago Blackhawks in the fifth round of the NHL Entry Draft.


  • Ryan Garbutt signed a two year contract extension with the Dallas Stars.
  • Jordin Tootoo signed a three year, 5.7 million dollar contract with the Detroit Red Wings.
  • Ron Hextall returned to the Philadelphia Flyers, being named Assistant General Manager.









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