This is the 2015-16 North West Junior Hockey League season. This is the league's 22nd season. Each team will play 36 games (3 home, 3 away against each of the other 6 members)
- The Slave Lake Wolves did not return after being granted a one year leave of absence for 2014-15.
- The Grande Prairie North Stars did not return and are being replaced by the Grande Prairie Kings.
|Beaverlodge Blades||Beaverlodge||Beaverlodge Arena|
|Dawson Creek Canucks||Dawson Creek||Dawson Creek Memorial Arena|
|Fairview Flyers||Fairview, Alberta||Fairview Arena|
|Fort St. John Huskies||Fort St. John||North Peace Arena|
|Grande Prairie Kings||Grande Prairie||Coca-Cola Centre|
|North Peace Navigators||Peace River||Baytex Enery Centre|
|Sexsmith Vipers||Sexsmith||Sexsmith Arena|
|North Peace Navigators||36||30||6||-||0||0||219||96||-||60|
|Grande Prairie Kings||36||21||14||-||1||0||173||131||-||43|
|Fort St. John Huskies||36||20||16||-||0||0||162||133||-||40|
|Dawson Creek Canucks||36||7||26||-||2||1||93||169||-||17|
All seven teams qualify with the first place team earning a bye into the semifinal round. The quarterfinal round is best-of-five. The semifinal and final rounds are best-of-seven. Both finalists advance to the 2016 Russ Barnes Trophy being held in Cold Lake, Alberta hosted by the Cold Lake Ice for a berth in the 2016 Keystone Cup being held in Regina, Saskatchewan.
- North Peace Navigators defeated Beaverlodge Blades 3 games to none (12-1, 9-2, 18-0)
- Grand Prairie Kings defeated Dawson Creek Canucks 3 games to none (5-3, 4-3, 5-3)
- Fort St. John Huskies defeated Sexsmith Vipers 3 games to none (4-3 (ot), 3-1, 4-2)
- Fairview Flyers defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4 games to 1 (4-2, 6-7 (2ot), 8-1, 1-0, 6-2)
- North Peace Navigators defeated Grand Prairie Kings 4 games to none (6-5, 5-2, 3-2 (ot), 5-1)
- North Peace Navigators defeated Fairview Flyers 4 games to 1 (5-2, 5-4 (2ot), 2-4, 5-2, 2-0)