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The Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League (MMHL) is a AAA Midget hockey league operating in the Canadian province of Manitoba. The league plays under the sanction of Hockey Manitoba, in affiliation with Hockey Canada. The league champion is awarded the Jack Forsyth Trophy and represents Manitoba in the national playoffs for the Telus Cup.


East Division
Team Center
Eastman Selects Beausejour
Interlake Lightning Stonewall
Kenora Thistles Kenora, Ontario
Norman Northstars Thompson
Winnipeg Thrashers Winnipeg
Winnipeg Wild Winnipeg
West Division
Team Center
Brandon Wheat Kings Brandon
Central Plains Capitals Portage la Prairie
Parkland Rangers Dauphin
Pembina Valley Hawks Morden
Southwest Cougars Souris
Yellowhead Chiefs Neepawa


Year Team Year Team Year Team
1986 Winnipeg Saints 1987 Winnipeg Saints 1988 Winnipeg Saints
1989 Eastman Selects 1990 Winnipeg Mavericks 1991 Winnipeg Hawks
1992 Winnipeg Hawks 1993 [[]] 1994 Yellowhead Chiefs
1995 Brandon Wheat Kings 1996 Norman Northstars 1997 Pembina Valley Hawks
1998 Southwest Cougars 1999 Southwest Cougars 2000 Eastman Selects
2001 Winnipeg Warriors 2002 Eastman Selects 2003 Brandon Wheat Kings
2004 Brandon Wheat Kings 2005 Winnipeg Wild 2006 Winnipeg Thrashers
2007 Brandon Wheat Kings 2008 Winnipeg Thrashers 2009 Winnipeg Wild
2010 Pembina Valley Hawks 2011 Winnipeg Thrashers 2012 Winnipeg Wild
2013 Winnipeg Wild 2014 Winnipeg Wild 2015 Pembina Valley Hawks


League LeadersEdit

NHL AlumniEdit

Timeline of TeamsEdit

Team Years Entry Exited
Brandon Wheat Kings 1985 Admitted Active
Central Plains Capitals 1989 Admitted Active
Eastman Selects 1986 Admitted Active
Interlake Lightning 1992 Admitted Active
Norman Northstars 1986 Admitted Active
Parkland Rangers 1990 Admitted Active
Pembina Valley Hawks 1985 Admitted Active
River East Royals 1985-87 Admitted Withdrew
Southwest Cougars 1985 Admitted Active
St. James Canadians 1985-87 Admitted Withdrew
Winnipeg Hawks 1987-03 Winnipeg Stars Withdrew
Winnipeg Mavericks 1989-92 Winnipeg Monarchs Winnipeg Monarchs
Winnipeg Monarchs 1995-02 Admitted Withdrew
Winnipeg Monarchs 1992-94 Winnipeg Mavericks Withdrew
Winnipeg Monarchs 1985-89 Admitted Winnipeg Mavericks
Winnipeg Saints 1985-89 Admitted Winnipeg Warriors
Winnipeg Sharks 1993-03 Admitted Winnipeg Thrashers
Winnipeg Stars 1986-87 Admitted Winnipeg Hawks
Winnipeg Thrashers 2003 Winnipeg Sharks Active
Winnipeg Warriors 1989-03 Winnipeg Saints Winnipeg Wild
Winnipeg Wild 2003 Winnipeg Warriors Active
Yellowhead Chiefs 1987 Admitted Active

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