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Southeast Blades
SoutheastBlades
City: Sagkeeng (1997-07)
Winnipeg (1988-96)
League: Manitoba Junior
Hockey League
Operated: 1988-2007
Home Arena: Sagkeeng Multiplex (1997-07)
Notre Dame Arena (1988-96)
Colors: Black, Red, and White
Owner(s): Southeast Tribal Council
Franchise history
1988-1991: Southeast Thunderbirds
1991-1992: Southeast T-Birds
1992-2007: Southeast Blades


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.

Season-by-Season RecordEdit

Note: click on season for team rosters or on league for direct link to that season.

Season League GP W L T OTL SOL GF GA Pts Finish Playoffs
1988-89 MJHL 48 1 47 0 - - 177 449 2 5th South DNQ
1989-90 MJHL 52 20 31 1 - - - - 41 4th South Lost Div Semi
1990-91 MJHL 48 8 38 2 - - 216 347 18 4th South DNQ
1991-92 MJHL 48 2 46 0 - 0 106 453 4 4th South DNQ
1992-93 MJHL 48 16 29 0 - 3 224 307 35 4th South DNQ
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
1995-96 MJHL 56 5 49 2 - 0 144 404 12 5th Addison DNQ
1996-97 Did Not Participate
1997-98 MJHL 62 20 38 2 - 2 231 300 44 5th Addison DNQ
1998-99 MJHL 62 22 38 0 - 2 234 265 46 5th Addison DNQ
1999-00 MJHL 64 29 26 - - 9 282 285 67 5th Addison DNQ
2000-01 MJHL 64 7 55 - 1 1 160 405 16 6th Addison DNQ
2001-02 MJHL 64 23 36 - 4 1 202 286 51 5th Addison DNQ
2002-03 MJHL 64 41 18 - 2 3 270 235 87 2nd Addison Lost Final
2003-04 MJHL 64 12 50 0 2 - 184 389 26 5th Addison DNQ
2004-05 MJHL 63 7 50 2 4 - 165 331 20 5th Addison DNQ
2005-06 MJHL 63 18 34 6 5 - 198 293 47 5th Addison DNQ
2006-07 MJHL 63 9 46 5 3 - 181 356 26 5th Addison DNQ

Team Canada WestEdit

selected to Team Canada West
Event Player Position
2005 World U-17 Hockey Challenge Lyle Loewen Coach

MJHL Award Winners, League Leaders, & All-StarsEdit

Season Player Achievement
1989-90 Reg Spence MVP
Scoring Champion (tied)
Most Goals
1993-94 Darcy Pelletier All-Star Team
1997-98 Andrew Kirk Rookie of the Year
Rookie All-Star Team
1999-00 Norm Fay Scoring Champion
Most Assists (tied)
Lee Nystrom Most Assists (tied)
Noah Whyte Rookie All-Star Team
2001-02 Jamie Leach Coach of the Year
2002-03 Colin Tetrault Top Defenseman Award
First All-Star Team
Justin Wise Third All-Star Team

MJHL Scholarship WinnersEdit

Season Player Scholarship
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

NHL AlumniEdit

Dan Bourbonnais Jamie Leach Chris Levesque Ray Neufeld

Blades ListsEdit

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