Major Junior

Some articles on major junior, junior, major:

Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League - History
... Founded in 1970, the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League was created because of a lack of playing opportunities for Winnipeg-area players ... After the restructuring of junior hockey in Canada relegated the Manitoba Junior Hockey League from Major Junior (previously known as Tier I) to Junior 'A' (Tier II ... When the MAHA was informed the league wanted to call itself the "Manitoba Junior 'B' Hockey League", the MAHA objected on the grounds that the MJHL was in the process of ...
Canadian Junior A Hockey League - History - Beginning
... received its start in 1970 when the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, and Western Canada Hockey League tore away from the major branches of the Canadian ... These "Major Junior" Leagues only competed against each other and did not include other Junior "A" leagues that were left behind ... The Major Junior League also were permitted to exclusively compete for the Memorial Cup, a right given to all Junior "A" leagues prior to 1970 ...
List Of Ice Hockey Teams In British Columbia - Major Junior - Western Hockey League
... in 1966 as the Estevan Bruins Became the Kamloops Junior Oilers in 1981 New Westminster Bruins New Westminster 1983-88 0 ... Founded in 1966 as the Calgary Buffaloes Became the ...
List Of Memorial Cup Champions
... The Memorial Cup is a junior ice hockey club championship trophy awarded annually to the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) champion ... Western Hockey League (WHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL), along with a host team—compete in the MasterCard Memorial Cup Tournament ... until 1971, the Memorial Cup was awarded via a series of playoffs to the junior hockey champion of Canada ...

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