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This is the 2013-14 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Season, the League's ninety seventh season.

Preceded by
2012-13 MJHL Season
MJHL seasons Succeeded by
2014-15 MJHL Season

League NotesEdit

Portage la Prairie selected to host 2015 RBC Cup.
League schedules Showcase Weekend for October 3rd to 5th in Winnipeg at the MTS IcePlex.
Dauphin to host the Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup championship.
League implements new playoff format with the top 5 teams in each division qualifing for league playoffs. Teams finishing fifth in their respective divisions will play the fourth place team in a best of three series. The winner is then declared the fourth seed. The rest of the playoffs remain unchanged.

Regular SeasonEdit

Team GP W L OTL GF GA PTS
Addison Division
Selkirk Steelers 60 49 7 4 240 119 102
Steinbach Pistons 60 42 16 2 213 146 86
Portage Terriers 60 36 16 8 205 150 80
Winnipeg Blues 60 31 23 6 198 172 68
Winkler Flyers 60 20 36 4 171 226 44
Sher-Wood Division
Dauphin Kings 60 40 17 3 222 168 83
Virden Oil Capitals 60 32 24 4 202 175 68
Swan Valley Stampeders 60 27 30 3 206 240 57
OCN Blizzard 60 21 34 5 170 233 47
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 60 18 39 3 147 219 39
Neepawa Natives 60 14 41 5 146 272 33

PlayoffsEdit

  Division Survivor Series Division Semi-Finals Division Finals Turnbull Cup Championship
                                     
        
  1  Selkirk 1  
    4  Winnipeg 4  
4  Winnipeg 2
5  Winkler 0  
  4  Winnipeg 4  
Addison Division
  2  Steinbach 1  
        
        
  2  Steinbach 4
    3  Portage 3  
      
        
  4  Winnipeg 4
  1  Dauphin 1
        
        
  1  Dauphin 4
    4  OCN 0  
4  OCN 2
5  Wayway 1  
  1  Dauphin 4
Sher-Wood Division
  2  Virden 0  
        
        
  2  Virden 4
    3  Swan Valley 2  
      
      

Western Canada Championship TournamentEdit

Western Canada Cup Championship
Winnipeg failed to qualify for playoffs
Host Dauphin lost to Yorkton Terriers (SJHL) in Championship Game
Dauphin's Brent Wold co-Top Scorer, selected MVP, and Jordan Piccolino Top Goaltender
Winnipeg's Channing Bresciani named Top Defenseman, all three were Tournament All-Stars
see 2014 Western Canada Cup @ Dauphin, Manitoba

Canada Championship TournamentEdit

RBC Cup Championship
Dauphin lost to Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL) in Semi Finals
Michael Stiliadis, Tournament Top Goaltender and MVP
Mitch Van Teeling awarded the RBC Cup Legacy Scholarship
see 2014 RBC Cup

CJHL World Junior A ChallengeEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Ryan Smith Assistant Coach Selkirk Steelers
see 2013 World Junior A Challenge

CJHL Prospects GameEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Justin Baudry Defense Steinbach Pistons
Brad Bowles Forward Portage Terriers
Carter Johnson Forward Swan Valley Stampeders
Tristan Keck Forward Winkler Flyers
Tristan Mullin Forward Dauphin Kings
Zac Robidoux Goaltender Portage Terriers
see 2013 CJHL Prospects Series

World U-17 Hockey ChallengeEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Player Position Team
Wyatt Kalynuk Defense Virden Oil Capitals
Jackson Keane Forward Winnipeg Blues
Tyson Verhelst Goaltender Neepawa Natives
see 2014 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 October Damien Kulynych OCN Blizzard
3 December Braeden Ostepchuk Selkirk Steelers

League LeadersEdit

Category Player Team Amount
Most Points Parker Thomas Selkirk Steelers 101
Most Goals Tyler Grove OCN Blizzard 41
Most Assists Parker Thomas Selkirk Steelers 66
Top Goals Against Average Braeden Ostepchuk Selkirk Steelers 2.00

League RecordEdit

Player Team Category Amount
Braeden Ostepchuk Selkirk Steelers Top Goals Against Average 2.00

Scoring LeadersEdit

Rank Player Team G A Pts
1 Parker Thomas Selkirk Steelers 35 66 101
2 Tyler Grove OCN Blizzard 41 34 75
3 Max Flanagan Swan Valley Stampeders 36 30 66
Erik Pushka Selkirk Steelers 31 35 66
5 Zack Waldvogel Portage Terriers 21 43 64
6 Damien Kulynych Steinbach Pistons 16 45 61
7 Justin Augert Steinbach Pistons 28 32 60
8 Warren Callis Winnipeg Blues 22 37 59
9 Dylan Butler Dauphin Kings 20 37 57
10 Cory Haverstick Virden Oil Capitals 29 26 55
Dan Taillefer Steinbach Pistons 21 34 55

AwardsEdit

Trophy Winner Team
MVP Parker Thomas Selkirk Steelers
Top Goaltender Braeden Ostepchuk Selkirk Steelers
Top Defenseman Joel Messner Selkirk Steelers
Rookie of the Year Tyler Jeanson Portage Terriers
Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Max Flanagan Swan Valley Stampeders
Coach of the Year Ryan Smith Selkirk Steelers
Scoring Champion Parker Thomas Selkirk Steelers
Playoff MVP Byron Spriggs Winnipeg Blues

CJHL AwardEdit

Player Team Category
Braeden Ostepchuk Selkirk Steelers MJHL Player of the Year

ScholarshipsEdit

Scholarship Player Team
RBC Financial Group Byron Spriggs Winnipeg Blues
MJHL Scholarship Fund Tyler Anton Steinbach Pistons
Erik Pushka Selkirk Steelers
Joel Schreyer Winnipeg Blues
Insurance Brokers Association of Manitoba Mitch Van Teeling Dauphin Kings

All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-Star Team
Tyler GroveParker ThomasBrent Wold
OCN BlizzardSelkirk SteelersDauphin Kings
Joel MessnerChanning Bresciani
Selkirk SteelersWinnipeg Blues
Braeden Ostepchuk
Selkirk Steelers
Second All-Star Team
Justin AugertMax FlanaganZack Waldvogel
Steinbach PistonsSwan Valley StampedersPortage Terriers
Tanner ButlerMatthew Franczyk
Dauphin KingsSteinbach Pistons
Zach Rakochy
Steinbach Pistons
Rookie All-Star Team
Tyler JeansonCarter JohnsonJackson Keane
Portage TerriersSwan Valley StampedersWinnipeg Blues
Wyatt KalynukBrett Orr
Virden Oil CapitalsPortage Terriers
Zac Robidoux
Portage Terriers

Alumni news

in the NewsEdit

July

  • New York Islanders re-signed Travis Hamonic to a seven-year, $27-million contract.

October

  • Brett Willows was an emergency call-up for the Toronto Maple Leafs on October 17.
  • Shane Luke selected Hockey East Weekly Top Performer (10/21).
  • Brendan Harms named WCHA Rookie of the Week (10/29).

November

  • Shane Luke and the Providence Friars won the Catamount Cup, Luke selected MVP & to All-Star team.

December

  • Corey Koop named WIAC Hockey Athlete of the Week (12/8).

January

February

March

  • Caleb Suderman selected MIAC co-Player of the Year and named to All-Conference Team.
  • Steve Sorensen and the St. Thomas Tommies won the MIAC Championship.

April

  • Travis Sanheim named Top Defenseman at the World U-18 Junior Championship.

May

  • Philadelphia Flyers promoted Ron Hextall to General Manager.

NHL

Professional PlayersEdit

Major Junior PlayersEdit

University & College PlayersEdit

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