This is the 2016-17 Keystone Junior Hockey League season. This is the league's 44th season overall and third under its' present name. The league was previously known as the Manitoba Junior B Hockey League from 1974 to 2004.
The league realigned from 2 five team divisions to 3 unbalanced divisions with the Arborg Ice Dawgs and the Lundar Falcons moving from the South Division to the newly formed Central Division. The Fisher River Hawks and the Peguis Juniors moved from the North Division to the Central Division
|Arborg Ice Dawgs||Arborg||Arborg & District Arena|
|Cross Lake Islanders||Cross Lake, Manitoba||Cross Lake Arena|
|Fisher River Hawks||Fisher River||Bryden Cochrane Sr. Sports Complex|
|Lundar Falcons||Lundar||Lundar Arena|
|North Winnipeg Satelites||Winnipeg||Billy Mosienko Arena|
|Norway House North Stars||Norway House||Kinosao Sipi Multiplex|
|OCN Storm||Opaskwayak Cree Nation||Gordon Lathlin Memoria Centre|
|Peguis Juniors||Peguis||Fisher River Arena|
|Selkirk Fishermen||Selkirk||Selkirk Recreation Complex|
|St. Malo Warriors||St. Malo||St. Malo Arena|
To be added upon completion of the regular season
Baldy Northcott Trophy PlayoffsEdit
To be determined
The playoff champion advances to the 2017 Keystone Cup being held in Arborg, Manitoba and hosted by the Arborg Ice Dawgs. If Arborg wins the Baldy Northcott Trophy the other finalist advances as the league representative as Arborg qualifies as host team.