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North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League (NEAJBHL)
Sport Ice Hockey
Founded 1990
CEO Ted Graling
Inaugural season 1990-91
No. of teams 10
Country(ies) Canada (10 teams)
Continent North America
Most recent champion(s) Wainwright Bisons (2016)
Most championship(s) Lloydminster Bandits (14)
Official website

The North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League is a Junior "B" ice hockey league in Alberta, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Canada. The winner of Central "B" playoffs earns the chance to compete for the Western Canadian Junior "B" Crown, the Keystone Cup. To earn the right to compete, they must face off against the winners of the other Alberta "B" leagues in the Alberta Provincial Junior B Hockey Championship.

The TeamsEdit

Team Centre Arena
Cold Lake Ice Cold Lake Imperial Oil Place
Frog Lake T-Birds Frog Lake New Horizons Arena
Killam Wheat Kings Killam Killam Agriplex
Lloydminster Bandits Lloydminster Centennial Civic Centre
Onion Lake Border Chiefs Onion Lake Onion Lake Arena
Saddle Lake Warriors Saddle Lake Manitou Kihew Arena
St. Paul Canadiens St. Paul Clancy Richards Arena
Vegreville Rangers Vegreville Vegreville Recreation Centre
Vermilion Tigers Vermilion Vermilion Arena
Wainwright Bisons Wainwright Peace Memorial Multiplex


2016 Wainwright Bisons
2015 Cold Lake Ice
2014 Cold Lake Ice
2013 Cold Lake Ice
2012 Cold Lake Ice
2011 Cold Lake Ice
2010 Lloydminster Bandits
2009 Lloydminster Bandits
2008 Vermillion Tigers
2007 Saddle Lake Warriors
2006 Saddle Lake Warriors
2005 Vegreville Rangers
2004 Lloydminster Bandits
2003 Lloydminster Bandits
2002 Lloydminster Bandits
2001 Wainwright Bisons
2000 Saddle Lake Warriors
1999 Lloydminster Bandits
1998 Lloydminster Bandits
1997 Lloydminster Bandits
1996 Lloydminster Bandits
1995 Lloydminster Bandits
1994 Lloydminster Bandits
1993 Lloydminster Bandits
1992 Lloydminster Bandits
1991 Lloydminster Bandits

This list is incomplete, please help.

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