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The following is a list of ice hockey teams in Manitoba, past and present. It includes the league(s) they play for, and championships won.

Major ProfessionalEdit

National Hockey LeagueEdit

Team City Existed Stanley Cups Notes
Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg 1979-96 0 Founded in 1972 as a World Hockey Association franchise; Became Phoenix Coyotes in 1996

World Hockey AssociationEdit

Team City Existed Avco Cups Notes
Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg 1972-79 3 Joined the National Hockey League in 1979

Minor ProfessionalEdit

American Hockey LeagueEdit

Team City Established Calder Cups Notes
Manitoba Moose Winnipeg 2001 0 Founded in 1996 as an International Hockey League franchise

International Hockey LeagueEdit

Team City Existed Turner Cups Notes
Manitoba Moose Winnipeg 1996-01 0 Founded in 1994 as the Minnesota Moose; joined American Hockey League in 2001

Western Hockey League (minor pro)Edit

Team City Existed Lester Patrick Cups Notes
Brandon Regals Brandon 1955-57 1
Winnipeg Warriors Winnipeg 1955-61 1

JuniorEdit

Western Hockey LeagueEdit

Current teams

Team City Established President's Cups Memorial Cups Notes
Brandon Wheat Kings Brandon 1968 2 0

Former teams

Team City Existed President's Cups Memorial Cups Notes
Flin Flon Bombers Flin Flon 1967-78 2 0 Became Edmonton Oil Kings in 1978
Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg 1967-73 0 0 Became the Winnipeg Clubs in 1973
Winnipeg Clubs Winnipeg 1973-76 0 0 Became the Winnipeg Monarchs in 1976
Winnipeg Monarchs Winnipeg 1976-77 0 0 Became the Calgary Wranglers in 1977
Winnipeg Warriors Winnipeg 1980-84 0 0 Became the Moose Jaw Warriors in 1984

Manitoba Junior Hockey LeagueEdit

Team City Established League titles Anavet Cups Royal Bank Cups Notes
Beausejour Blades Beausejour  ???? 0 0 0
Dauphin Kings Dauphin  ???? 6 1 0
Neepawa Natives Neepawa  ???? 0 0 0
OCN Blizzard Opaskwayak  ???? 5 1 0
Portage Terriers Portage la Prairie ???? 4 1 0
Selkirk Steelers Selkirk  ???? 10 3 1
Swan Valley Stampeders Swan River  ???? 0 0 0
Waywayseecappo Wolverines Waywayseecappo  ???? 0 0 0
Winkler Flyers Winkler 1980 3 0 0
Winnipeg Saints Winnipeg  ???? 0 0 0
Winnipeg South Blues Winnipeg  ???? 6 2 0

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey LeagueEdit

Team City Established League titles Anavet Cups Royal Bank Cups Notes
Flin Flon Bombers Flin Flon 1978 1 1 0

Keystone Junior Hockey LeagueEdit

Team City Established Keystone Cup Notes
Arborg Ice Dawgs Arborg 2006-07 0 Joined league in 2006-07
Cross Lake Islanders Cross Lake 2006-07 0 Joined league in 2006-07
North Winnipeg Satelites Winnipeg  ???? 0
Norway House North Stars Norway House  ???? 0 Joined league in 2005-06
Sagkeeng Hawks Fort Alexander  ???? 0 Formerly the Sagkeeng Braves
Selkirk Fishermen Selkirk  ???? 1
St. Malo Warriors St. Malo  ???? 0
Winnipeg Seals Winnipeg 2005-06 0 Formerly the St. Boniface Seals

Semi-professional, senior and amateurEdit

SeniorEdit

Team City Existed League titles Allan Cups Notes
Winnipeg 61st Battalion Winnipeg 1916
Winnipeg Victorias Winnipeg 1911,1912
Winnipeg Winnipegs Winnipeg 1913, 1931
Winnipeg Monarchs Winnipeg 1914, 1915
Winnipeg Falcons Winnipeg 1920
Winnipeg Maroons Winnipeg 1964

Amateur (Stanley Cup Challenge Era)Edit

Team City Existed League titles Stanley Cups Notes
Winnipeg Maple Leafs Winnipeg 1890s-1900s  ?? -
Winnipeg Victorias Winnipeg 1890-  ?? 3

UniversityEdit

Team City Established Conference titles University Cups Notes
U of M Bisons Winnipeg  ????  ?? 1

Olympic ChampionsEdit

Both teams represented Canada.

World ChampionEdit

This team represented Canada.


League, regional and national championshipsEdit

Championship Times won Description
Stanley Cup 3 Canadian amateur champion
Avco World Trophy 3 World Hockey Association champion
Lester Patrick Cup 2 Western Hockey League (minor pro) champion
President's Cup 4 Western Hockey League champion
Memorial Cup 9 Canadian Major-Junior national champion
Allan Cup 9 Canadian senior national champion
Anavet Cup 9 Manitoba/Saskatchewan Junior "A" regional championship
Royal Bank Cup 2 Canadian Junior "A" national champion
Keystone Cup 2 Western Canada Junior "B" champion
University Cup 1 CIS national university champion

Includes win by the Flin Flon Bombers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.

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