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The Alberta Junior C Playoffs are the provincial championship for Alberta at the Junior C level.  There presently are only two leagues in the province at this level; the Calgary Junior C Hockey League,  which is based in and around Calgary and the Noralta Junior Hockey League, which is based in and around Edmonton.

The tournament has been alternated between Sherwood Park and Calgary since at least 2012 (which is the only information available on the actual  tournaments themselves).

ChampionsEdit

  • 2016 Edmonton Avalanche
  • 2015 Edmonton Avalanche
  • 2014 Edmonton Avalanche
  • 2013 Edmonton Avalanche
  • 2012 Edmonton Avalanche
  • 2011 Beaumont Braves
  • 2010 Edmonton SEERA Icemen
  • 2009 Edmonton Ice
  • 2008 Sherwood Park Renegades
  • 2007 Calgary Springbank
  • 2006 Edmonton
  • 2005 Edmonton Oil Kings
  • 2004 Springbank
  • 2003 Calgary Springbank
  • 2002 none
  • 2001 none
  • 2000 Oyen
  • 1999 none
  • 1998 none
  • 1997 Calgary Southland
  • 1996 Sexsmith
  • 1995 none
  • 1994 none
  • 1993 none
  • 1992 none
  • 1991 none
  • 1990 (City) Calgary Sevens Club
  • 1989 (Rural) St. Albert
  • 1989 (City) Calgary Sevens Club
  • 1988 (Rural) St. Albert
  • 1988 (City) Calgary Sevens Club
  • 1987 (Rural) Lethbridge
  • 1987 (City) Calgary Glenlake
  • 1986 (Rural) Coaldale
  • 1986 (City) Edmonton North West Capitals
  • 1985 Calahoo Scorpions
  • 1984 Falher
  • 1983 Hythe
  • 1982 Camore Broncos
  • 1981 Westlock Warriors
  • 1980 Westlock
  • 1979 unknown
  • 1978 unknown
  • 1977 none
  • 1976 none
  • 1975 unknown
  • 1974 none
  • 1973 none
  • 1972 none
  • 1971 none
  • 1970 none

The unknown listings are due to said seasons missing from the list of provincial champions on the Hockey Alberta website history page. The seasons that have none listed are not on pages that actually list the rest of the province's champions for that year and the listings only go back to 1970.

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