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The Highway Hockey League is a Senior Hockey League in Central Saskatchewan. There are currently 8 teams in the league.

The League was formed in 1965-1966 with teams who originated from three different leagues, Lumsden from a league that went up #11 Highway to Kenaston, Bulyea and Strasbourg from the Loon Creek League and Drake and Govan from the Last Mountain League. 

Since 1965 there has been 24 centers that had teams participating in the league which started as the Highway 20 League, then later changed it's name to it's present one,  Highway Hockey League.

ChampionshipsEdit

Through the completion of the 2009-2010 season, here is a list of league championships won:

Raymore Rockets - 9 Lumsden Monarchs - 6 Southey Marlins - 5 Strasbourg Maroons - 4 Avonlea Arrows - 3 Bethune Bulldogs - 2 Craik Warriors - 2 Cupar Canucks - 2 Dysart Blues - 2 Molson Exports - 2 Drake Canucks - 1 Govan/Semans Clippers - 1 Ipsco Steelers - 1 Regina Mustangs - 1 Regina Voyageurs - 1 Westridge Bruins - 1 Wynyard Monarchs - 1

Timeline of teamsEdit

(Dates from 1965 to 1984 are approximations based on narrative on league's history this information from the way it was wtitten in the article could be by decades. Information from 1984 to present is based on standings on archive page of league website)

Bulyea (1965-????)

Drake Canucks (1965-1966) moved to Long Lake League

Govan (1965-1966) drop out

Lumsden Monarchs (1965-Present)

Strasbourg Maroons (1965-2006)

Bethune (1966-1985) withdrew

Piapot (1966-1980)

Liberty/Imperial (1966-1970) moved to Holdfast

Regina Mustangs/Voyageurs (1966-1980)

Craik Warriors (1970-????)

Regina Canadians (1970-????)

Ipsco Steelers (1970-1980) renamed Molson Exports

Raymore Rockets (1970-Present)

Holdfast (1970- moved back to Imperial

Govan (1970-1972) played for 2 seasons

Ipsco Molson Exports (1980-????)

Moose Jaw (Early 1980s)

Regina (Early 1980s)

Westbridge Bruins (Early 1980s)

Wilcox (Early 1980s)

Indian Head (Early 1980s)

Imperial (? -1984) joined Long Lake League

Southey Marlins (1984-1994) took 1 year leave of absence

Govan/Semans Wheat Kings (1984-1996) drop Govan from name

Cupar Canucks (1985-Present)

Dysart Blues (1985-1999) sit out for one season then fold

Balcarres (1991-1994) join Qu’ Apelle Valley Hockey League

Southey Marlins (1995-Present)

Semans Wheat Kings (1996-2011) sit out for one season then fold

Soo Line (1999-2000) listed on standings but may have been a typo

Avonlea Arrows (2000-Present)

Rouleau Ramblers (2000-2002)

Bethune Bulldogs (2000-Present)

Wynyard Monarchs (2002-Present)

Strasbourg Maroons (2010-Present)

2012/2013

Team W L O/T L PTS F A PIM
Cupar 17 2 1 35 128 72 419
Wynyard 15 4 1 31 124 78 433
Avonlea 13 6 1 27 102 80 283
Bethune 11 6 3 25 112 87 441
Raymore 10 9 1 21 96 96 454
Strasbourg 8 9 3 19 92 122 196
Southey Marlins  5 14 1 11 74 129 385
Lumsden 1 19 0 2 64 128 421

2014/2015

Team W L OL GF GA PIM
Bethune Bulldogs  14 3 1 29 109 51 425
Strasbourg Maroons 14 4 0 28 87 58 192
Wynyard Monarchs 12 6 0 24 97 56 310
Raymore Rockets 10 6 2 22 77 67 222
Cupar Canucks 5 10 3 13 62 86 292
Lumsden Monarchs 6 12 0 12 44 100 315
Avonlea Arrows 2 15 1 5 47 105

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2015 Playoffs Quarterfinals (Best-of-three)

  • Avonlea defeated Strasbourg 2 games to none (5-4, 4-2)
  • Wynyard defeated Lumsden 2 games to none (7-2, 7-3)
  • Raymore defeated Cupar 2 games to none (6-2, 9-1)

Semifinals (Best-of-five)

  • Berthune defeated Avonlea 3 games to none (7-2, 5-1, 12-2)
  • Wynyard defeated Raymore 3 games to 1 (5-3, 3-5, 5-4, 3-2)

Final

  • Bethune defeated Wynyard 3 games to 2 (5-4 (ot), 4-5, 6-5 (ot), 4-7, 3-2)

League SeasonsEdit


LinksEdit

highwayhockey.ca

http://web.archive.org/web/20140517155238/http://highwayhockey.ca/

http://highwayhockey.ca/archive?q=standings-archive (has standings from 1987-88 to 2011-12

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