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|City:|| Sagkeeng (1997-07)|
|League:|| Manitoba Junior|
|Home Arena:|| Sagkeeng Multiplex (1997-07)|
Notre Dame Arena (1988-96)
|Colors:||Black, Red, and White|
|Owner(s):||Southeast Tribal Council|
The Southeast Blades were a Canadian Junior "A" ice hockey team from Sagkeeng, Manitoba. They were members of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL), a part of the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) and Hockey Canada.
The franchise was owned by the Southeast Tribal Council, a corporation of the 9 First Nation bands of the Southeast Region of Manitoba.
Started playing as an expansion team in the 1988-89 season, and were called the Southeast Thunderbirds. They played out of the Notre Dame Arena in Winnipeg. The name was kept for three seasons before changing to the Southeast T-Birds for a season, then becoming the Blades for the 1992-93 season.
The Blades were granted a one year leave of absence for the 1996-97 season. The team returned, moving to the Sagkeeng Multiplex.
During the summer of 2007, the Blades were sold, relocating to Beausejour, and renamed the Beausejour Blades.
Note: click on season for team rosters or on league for direct link to that season.
|1989-90||MJHL||52||20||31||1||-||-||-||-||41||4th South||Lost Div Semi|
|1993-94||MJHL||56||20||34||1||-||1||---||---||42||4th South||Lost Div Semi|
|1994-95||MJHL||55||21||30||1||-||3||196||271||46||4th Addison||Lost Div Semi|
|1996-97||Did Not Participate|
|2002-03||MJHL||64||41||18||-||2||3||270||235||87||2nd Addison||Lost Final|
Team Canada WestEdit
|selected to Team Canada West|
|2005 World U-17 Hockey Challenge||Lyle Loewen||Coach|
MJHL Award Winners, League Leaders, & All-StarsEdit
MJHL Scholarship WinnersEdit
|2001-02||Josh Pawluk||RBC Financial Group|
|2002-03||Hartley Krulick||Ken "Friar" Nicolson Award|
|2004-05||Dean Yakura||Ed Belfour High Performance Award|
|2006-07||Dustin Kimber||MJHL Scholarship Fund|
|Dan Bourbonnais||Jamie Leach||Chris Levesque||Ray Neufeld|