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This is the 2015-16 Prairie Junior Hockey League season. This was the league's 10th season under this name.  The league was previously known as the South Saskatchewan Junior B Hockey League from its founding in 1992 until merging with the North Saskatchewan Junior B Hockey League in 2007 and taking its present name.

Membership ChangesEdit

  • none

TeamsEdit

Northern Division
Team Centre Arena
Delisle Chiefs Delisle Delisle Arena
Prince Albert Ice Hawks Prince Albert Kinsmen Arena
Saskatoon Quakers Saskatoon Harold Latrace/Rod Hamm Arena
Saskatoon Royals Saskatoon Harold Latrace/Rod Hamm Arena
Saskatoon Westleys Saskatoon Harold Latrace/Rod Hamm Arena
Tri-Town Thunder Carrot River Carrot River Arena
West Central Rage Kerrobert Kerrobert Arena
Southern Division
Team Centre Arena
Assiniboia Southern Rebels Assiniboia Assiniboia Civic Centre
Fort Qu'Appelle Fort Knox Fort Qu'Appelle Fort Qu'Appelle Rexentre
Ochapowace Thunder Whitewood Chief Denton George Memorial Multiplex
Pilot Butte Storm Pilot Butte Pilot Butte Recreation Centre
Regina Capitals Regina Al Ritchie Arena
Southey Silver Foxes Southey Doug Wickenheiser Arena

StandingsEdit

Northern Division
Team GP W L T OTL SOL GF GA PIM P
Saskatoon Quakers 40 38 2 - 0 0 310 78 - 76
Delisle Chiefs 40 31 8 - 1 0 242 115 - 63
Tri-Town Thunder 40 23 16 - 0 1 176 156 - 47
Saskatoon Westleys 40 21 14 - 4 1 143 157 - 47
Saskatoon Royals 40 15 23 - 0 2 142 185 - 32
West Central Rage 40 13 25 - 1 1 147 180 - 28
Prince Albert Ice Hawks 40 13 25 - 1 1 150 235 - 28
Southern Division
Team GP W L T OTL SOL GF GA PIM P
Regina Capitals 40 32 6 - 2 0 229 95 - 66
Assiniboia Southern Rebels 40 24 15 - 0 1 213 145 - 49
Pilot Butte Storm 40 22 16 - 1 1 217 140 - 46
Fort Qu'Appelle Fort Knox 40 18 19 - 1 2 165 153 - 39
Southey Silver Foxes 40 10 27 - 2 1 154 221 - 23
Ochapowace Thunder 40 0 40 - 0 0 82 510 - 0

PlayoffsEdit

The top six teams in the Northern Division qualify for the playoffs.  The third and sixth as well as the fourth and fifth place teams meet in a best-of-five first round series with the top two seed earning a bye to the division semifinals.  The top four teams in the Southern Divsion qualify for the playoffs.  All rounds except the Northern Division first round are best-of-seven series.  The playoff champion and the Regina Capitals advance to the 2016 Keystone Cup which is being hosted by the Capitals.

Northern Division First RoundEdit

  • Tri-Town Thunder defeated West Central Rage 3 games to none (5-2, 5-0, 4-2)
  • Saskatoon Westleys defeated Saskatoon Royals 3 games to 2 (6-0, 4-6, 1-6, 5-2, 5-1)

Southern Division SemifinalsEdit

  • Regina Capitals defeated Fort Qu'Apppelle Fort Knox 4 games to none (1-0, 4-3, 4-1, 8-2)
  • Assiniboia Southern Rebels defeated Pilot Butte Storm 4 games to 1 (5-4, 5-4, 4-6, 9-7, 5-3)

Northern Division SemifinalsEdit

  • Saskatoon Quakers defeated Saskatoon Westleys 4 games to 1 (4-3, 2-4, 5-2, 7-4, 6-2)
  • Tri-Town Thunder defeated Delisle Chiefs 4 games to 3 (3-4, 1-7, 3-2 (ot), 1-0, 4-2, 3-4, 3-2 (ot))

Southern Division FinalEdit

  • Regina Capitals defeated Assiniboia Southern Rebels 4 games to 1 (1-0 (2ot), 2-1, 3-2, 2-6, 5-1)

Northern Division FinalEdit

  • Saskatoon Quakers defeated Tri-Town Thunder 4 games to none (12-2, 2-1, 5-4 (ot), 5-3)

League FinalEdit

  • Saskatoon Quakers defeated Regina Capitals 4 games to none (5-2, 5-3, 6-2, 6-1)

The Saskatoon Quakers and the Regina Capitals advance to the 2016 Keystone Cup.

Saskatoon Quakers logo 2016

Saskatoon Quakers 2016 PJHL champs

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