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The Kent Cup is the playoff championship trophy for the Maritime Junior A Hockey League

HistoryEdit

The trophy's history indirectly goes back to the league's founding as the Metro Valley Junior Hockey League in 1967.

From 1977 (when the league was elevated to Junior A) until 1978 (when  the Manitoba Centennial Cup added a berth for the Atlantic Region champions) the league champion was eligible to compete for the Dudley Hewitt Cup but the league champions did not win either year they were eligible.

From 1979 until 1991, the league was one of several leagues in the region and the champion competed for the Callaghan Cup as Atlantic Regional Champions.

The Callaghan Cup became the championship trophy for the MJAHL when the league became the only Junior a league in the Atlantic region.

Starting in 1995 the Callaghan Cup champion advanced to the Fred Page Cup for the eastern Canada spot in the Royal Bank Cup.

The Callaghan Cup was retired in 2006 and replaced by they Kent Cup.

MVJHL/MHL/MJAHL ChampionsEdit

Up until 1991, the league champion would play in the Callaghan Cup (the Atlantic Junior A Championship).The MJAHL became a regional league in 1991 absorbing some of the members from the other Junior A leagues in the Atlantic Region.  The Callaghan Cup became the league's playoff championship trophy until it was retired after the 2005-06 season in favor of the Kent Cup.
  • 1968 Windsor Royals
  • 1969 East Hants Penguins
  • 1970 Truro Bearcats
  • 1971 Truro Bearcats
  • 1972 Truro Bearcats
  • 1973 New Glasgow Bombers
  • 1974 Truro Bearcats
  • 1975 Dartmouth Arrows
  • 1976 Truro Bearcats
  • 1977 Dartmouth Arrows
  • 1978 Cole Harbour Colts
  • 1979 Halifax Lions
  • 1980 Cole Harbour Colts
  • 1981 Cole Harbour Colts
  • 1982 Halifax Lions
  • 1983 Halifax Lions
  • 1984 Halifax Lions
  • 1985 Cole Harbour Colts
  • 1986 Moncton Hawks
  • 1987 Dartmouth Fuel Kids
  • 1988 Halifax Lions
  • 1989 Moncton Hawks
  • 1990 Amherst Ramblers
  • 1991 Halifax Jr. Canadians
  • 1992 Halifax Mooseheads
  • 1993 Antigonish Bulldogs
  • 1994 Antigonish Bulldogs
  • 1995 Moncton Gagnon Beavers*
  • 1996 Dartmouth Oland Exports
  • 1997 Summerside Western Capitals
  • 1998 Restigouche River Rats
  • 1999 Charlottetown Abbies*
  • 2000 Halifax Oland Exports
  • 2001 Antigonish Bulldogs
  • 2002 Halifax Oland Exports*#
  • 2003 Charlottetown Abbies
  • 2004 Campbellton Tigers
  • 2005 Truro Bearcats
  • 2006 Woodstock Slammers
  • 2007 Truro Bearcats
  • 2008 Yarmouth Mariners @
  • 2009 Summerside Western Capitals
  • 2010 Woodstock Slammers
  • 2011 Summerside Western Capitals
  • 2012 Woodstock Slammers*
  • 2013 Summerside Western Capitals @
  • 2014 Truro Bearcats
  • 2015 Dieppe Commandos
  • 2016 Pictou County Crushers

note-Asterisk (*) denotes Fred Page Cup champion for that year

#-denotes won Royal Bank Cup for that year

@-The Pictou County Crushers won the 2008 Fred Page Cup and the Truro Bearcats won the 2013 Fred Page Cup as host.

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