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2016-17 SJHL Season

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This is the 2016-17 Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League season.  This is the league's 49th season.

Franchise changesEdit

  • none


Viterra Division
Team City Arena Last Joined
Estevan Bruins Estevan, Saskatchewan Affiinity Place 1971
Melville Millionaires Melville, Saskatchewan Horizon Credit Union Centre 1970
Weyburn Red Wings Weyburn, Saskatchewan Crescent Point Place 1968
Yorkton Terriers Yorkton, Saskatchewan Farrell Agencies Arena 1972
Finning Division
Team City Arena Last Joined
Battlefords North Stars North Battleford, Saskatchewan North Battleford Civic Centre 1973
Humboldt Broncos Humboldt, Saskatchewan Elgar Peterson Arena 1970
Kindersley Klippers Kindersley, Saskatchewan West Central Events Centre 1991
Notre Dame Hounds Wilcox, Saskatchewan Duncan McNeill Arena 1987
Sherwood Division
Team City Arena Last Joined
Flin Flon Bombers Flin Flon, Manitoba Whitney Forum 1984
La Ronge Ice Wolves La Ronge, Saskatchewan Mel Hegland Arena 1998
Melfort Mustangs Melfort, Saskatchewan Northern Lights Palace 1988
Nipawin Hawks Nipawin, Saskatchewan Centennial Arena 1985


To be added upon completion of the regular season

Canalta Cup PlayoffsEdit


The top ten teams in the league standings qualify for the playoffs.  The top 6 teams get a first round bye and the 7th seed plays the 10th seed and the 8th seed plays the 9th seed in best-of-five series. The first round winners are re-seeded 7th and 8th.  The balance of the tournament is best-of-seven.  The division winners are seeded 1-2-3 (based on points and tie-breakers) for the quarterfinal round only.  The semifinal matchup and home ice for the last two rounds are based on points.

The Canalta Cup winning team will advance to the 2017 Western Canada Cup being held in Penticton, British Columbia.  The top two finishers in that tournament will qualify for the 2017 Royal Bank Cup which is being held in Cobourg, Ontario.

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