Hanover Tache Junior Hockey League

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Hanover Tache Junior Hockey League
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HTJHL
Sportice hockey
Founded1987
Inaugural season1987-88
PresidentRay Laing
No. of teams6
Country Canada
Most recent
champion(s)
Red River Mudbugs (2019)
Most titlesSteinbach Huskies (8)
Official websitehtjhl.com

The Hanover Tache Junior Hockey League is a junior ice hockey league in Manitoba, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Manitoba. It is the only Junior 'C' league in Manitoba, and as such, league champions are also named provincial Junior 'C' champions.

History[edit]

The HTJHL operates exclusively in the southeastern part of the province. It was created in 1987 to complement the now-defunct senior level Hanover-Taché Hockey League, which has since been succeeded by the Carillon Senior Hockey League.

The number of teams has fluctuated throughout the years, with a high of ten teams competing in 2011-12.

Current Teams[edit]

Team Centre Home Arena Year Joined
Grunthal Red Wings Grunthal Grunthal Arena 1987
La Broquerie Habs La Broquerie La Broquerie Arena 1987
Lorette Comets Lorette Lorette Community Complex / Île-des-Chênes Arena 2004
Red River Mudbugs St. Jean Baptiste St. Jean Arena 2008
Springfield Xtreme Oakbank Oakbank ONE Insurance Arena 1988
Steinbach Huskies Steinbach T.G. Smith Centre 1987

Former/Inactive teams[edit]

  • Beausejour-Brokenhead Shock (2010-2013)
  • Grunthal Red Wings (1987-2017) - returned in 2018-19[1]
  • Île-des-Chênes Elks (1987-2004)
  • La Broquerie Habs (1987-2005; 2006-09; 2011-14) - returned in 2019-20
  • Landmark Blues (1987-1995)
  • Mitchell Mohawks (1988-2019) - on hiatus in 2019
  • Niverville Clippers - (2008-2015) on hiatus since 2015
  • Northeast Ice
  • Red River Rockets - became Red River Mudbugs
  • St. Adolphe Hawks (1999-2008; 2016-18)[2] - on hiatus in 2019
  • Ste. Anne Aces (1991-2007)
  • St. Pierre 59ers (2009-2014) - on hiatus since 2014

League champions[edit]

Season Champion Runner-up Result Regular Season winner W-L-OTL-SOL
1987-88 Landmark Blues
1988-89 Steinbach Huskies
1989-90 Steinbach Huskies
1990-91 Île-des-Chênes Elks
1991-92 Île-des-Chênes Elks
1992-93 Mitchell Mohawks
1993-94 Niverville Clippers
1994-95 Île-des-Chênes Elks
1995-96 La Broquerie Habs
1996-97 La Broquerie Habs
1997-98 Île-des-Chênes Elks
1998-99 Île-des-Chênes Elks
1999-00 La Broquerie Habs
2000-01 Île-des-Chênes Elks Steinbach Huskies 4 - 0 Île-des-Chênes Elks 24-0-0-0
2001-02 La Broquerie Habs Mitchell Mohawks 4 - 2 La Broquerie Habs
2002-03 La Broquerie Habs Mitchell Mohawks 4 - 1 La Broquerie Habs
2003-04 Mitchell Mohawks Springfield Extreme 4 - 3 Springfield Extreme
2004-05 Steinbach Huskies
2005-06 Steinbach Huskies
2006-07 Steinbach Huskies
2007-08 Grunthal Red Wings
2008-09 Steinbach Huskies Red River Mudbugs 4-1 Steinbach Huskies 15-8-0-1
2009-10 Lorette Comets Red River Mudbugs 4-3 Lorette Comets 20-4-0-0
2010-11 Grunthal Red Wings Lorette Comets 4-3 Grunthal Red Wings 19-4-0-1
2011-12 Steinbach Huskies Lorette Comets 4-1 Lorette Comets 22-4-0-1
2012-13 Grunthal Red Wings Steinbach Huskies 4-2 Grunthal Red Wings 24-0-0-0
2013-14 Steinbach Huskies [3][4] Grunthal Red Wings 4-0 Grunthal Red Wings 20-1-0-0
2014-15 Grunthal Red Wings [5][6] Steinbach Huskies 4-0 Grunthal Red Wings 21-1-0-0
2015-16 Lorette Comets [7][8] Springfield Xtreme 4-2 Steinbach Huskies 14-4-0-2
2016-17 Springfield Xtreme Red River Mudbugs 4-2 Red River Mudbugs 18-6-0-0
2017-18 Red River Mudbugs St. Adolphe Hawks 4-0 Red River Mudbugs 15-9-1-0
2018-19 Red River Mudbugs [9][10] Springfield Xtreme 4-1 Red River Mudbugs 21-2-0-1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Puck set to drop on HTJHL season". The Carillon. October 18, 2018.
  2. ^ "The 30th Anniversary Season". Steinbach Online. October 14, 2016.
  3. ^ "Huskies sweep Red Wings, claim HTJHL crown". The Carillon. March 20, 2014.
  4. ^ "Champions - Huskies Sweep Red Wings". Steinbach Online. March 20, 2014.
  5. ^ "Red Wings claim HTJHL championship". The Carillon. March 19, 2015.
  6. ^ "HTJHL Champs - Red Wings Complete Four Game Sweep". Steinbach Online. March 19, 2015.
  7. ^ "Comets Capture HTJHL Crown". Steinbach Online. March 23, 2016.
  8. ^ "Comets capture HTJHL crown". The Carillon. March 23, 2016.
  9. ^ "Mudbugs repeat as HTJHL champions". Steinbach Online. March 26, 2019.
  10. ^ "Mudbugs claim second straight HTJHL title". The Carillon. March 26, 2019.

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