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MJAHL 50th Aniversary logo

MJAHL 50th Anniversary logo

This is the 2016-17 Maritime Junior A Hockey League season.  This is the league's 50th season dating back the league's founding in 1967 as the Metro Valley Junior Hockey League.

Membership ChangesEdit

  • On November 2, 2016 the league announced they approved the relocation of the Dieppe Commandos to Edmundston, New Brunswick for the 2017-18 season.  The team will be moving into the Jean-Daigle Centre which is presently under construction.  The facility will seat 2,400 and is scheduled to open in the fall of 2017.

TeamsEdit

Eastlink South Division
Team Joined Centre Arena
Amherst Ramblers 1967 Amherst, Nova Scotia Amherst Stadium
Pictou County Crushers 1967 New Glasgow, Nova Scotia Pictou County Wellness Centre
South Shore Lumberjacks 2004 Bridgewater, Nova Scotia Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre
Truro Bearcats 1997 Truro, Nova Scotia Rath Eastlink Community Centre
Valley Wildcats 1986 Berwick, Nova Scotia Kings Mutual Century Centre
Yarmouth Mariners 1976 Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Mariners Centre
Eastlink North Division
Team Joined Centre Arena
Campbellton Tigers 1996 Campbellton, New Brunswick Campbellton Memorial Civic Center
County Aces 2014 St. Stephen, New Brunswick Garcelon Civic Centre
Dieppe Commandos 1983 Dieppe, New Brunswick Arthur-J-LeBlanc Centre
Miramichi Timberwolves 2000 Miramichi, New Brunswick Miramichi Civic Centre
Summerside Western Capitals 1991 Summerside, Prince Edward Island Credit Union Place
Woodstock Slammers 2003 Woodstock, New Brunswick Carleton Civic Centre

StandingsEdit

To be added upon completion of the regular season

Kent Cup PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The top four teams in each division qualified for the Kent Cup Playoffs. All three rounds will be best-of-seven. The playoff champion will advance to the 2017 Fred Page Cup which will be held in Terrebonne, Quebec.  The winner of that tournament will qualfiy for the 2017 Royal Bank Cup which is being held in Cobourg, Ontario.

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