The New Brunswick Junior C Hockey League was a Junior ice hockey league in New Brunswick, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Canada. The winner of the playoffs competed in the Maritime-Hockey North Junior C Championships.
The NBJBHL was forged from the synergy of five regional New Brunswick Jr. B leagues after the demise of the NBJHL, but it folded in 2003.
In 2003, the league NBJHL was the primary Jr. league in New Brunswick, a Jr. C league. Starting in 2007, the League was allowed to send its top team to the Don Johnson Cup as a Jr. B representative. In 2009, the league failed to send their champion.
In 2009, a group of teams fled the NBJHL to form their own Jr. B league, the New Brunswick Junior B Hockey League, leaving the NBJHL with 6 teams and as a Jr. C League.
In the Summer of 2011, all but Hampton folded. The league ceased operations and the Hurricanes moved up to Junior B. As a result of this the
- 2011 Kent Centre Jr. Bears
- 2010 Shediac/Cap-Pele Predators
- 2009 Hampton Hurricanes
- 2008 Jr. B Dieppe-Memramcook Voyageurs - Jr. C Shediac/Cap-Pele Predators
- 2007 Dieppe-Memramcook Voyageurs
- 2006 Shediac/Cap-Pele Predators
- 2005 Kent-Sud Flames
- 2004 Dieppe-Memramcook Avalanche
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