The Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL), an association of Canadian junior A ice hockey leagues and teams, formed in November 1993, emerging from the Canada West Association of Junior 'A' Hockey. The champion of the Canadian Junior Hockey League wins the Royal Bank Cup.
The CJHL spans the majority of Canada, from the Pacific Coast to the Atlantic Coast. The only regional organizations of Hockey Canada to currently not have member teams or a league are Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador and Hockey North. In addition to Hockey NL and Hockey North, Hockey New Brunswick and Hockey PEI do not have their own leagues, but have teams from their region playing under Hockey Nova Scotia with the Maritime Junior Hockey League.
Read more about Canadian Junior Hockey League: Current Leagues, 2013 Royal Bank Cup, 2013 Championships, National Hockey League/World Hockey Association Draft, CJHL Prospects Game, Player of The Year Award, RBC National Junior A Scholarship, Former Competing Leagues & Entities
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