North West Junior Hockey League
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North West Junior Hockey League is a Junior "B" Ice Hockey league operating in the Peace River region of Alberta and British Columbia, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Canada. The winner of Northwest "B" playoffs earns the chance to compete for the Western Canadian Junior "B" Crown, the Keystone Cup. To earn the right to compete, they must face off against the winners of the other Alberta "B" leagues in the Russ Barnes Trophy. Former teams [ edit ]
Whitecourt Wolverines disbanded in the 2012 off-season to make way for the relocation of the St. Albert Steel of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, becoming the new Whitecourt Wolverines.  Champions [ edit ]
Year Winning team Coach Losing team Coach Games Winning goal 1995 Slave Lake Wolves 1996 Slave Lake Wolves 1997 Slave Lake Wolves 1998 Sexsmith Vipers 1999 Dawson Creek Jr. Canucks 2000 Fort St. John Huskies 2001 Fort St. John Huskies 2002 Dawson Creek Jr. Canucks 2003 Fort St. John Huskies 2004 North Peace Navigators 2005 North Peace Navigators 2006 Fort St. John Huskies 2007 Fort St. John Huskies 2008 North Peace Navigators 2009 Whitecourt Wolverines Joey Bouchard Fort St. John Huskies Bob Kalb 4-0 Wayne Quaife (1:17, third)  2010 Whitecourt Wolverines Richard Kazda Grande Prairie Wheelers Jesse Reed 4–0 Kjell Reid (18:00, first)  2011 Whitecourt Wolverines Shawn Gervais North Peace Navigators Darcy Haugan 4–2 Wayne Quaife (16:32, third)  2012 Whitecourt Wolverines Normand Lacombe North Peace Navigators Darcy Haugan 4–0 Mitch Rose (9:45, first)  2013 Grande Prairie Kings Kyle Chapple North Peace Navigators Darcy Haugan 4–2 Nolan Trudeau (5:32, second)  2014 North Peace Navigators Darcy Haugan Grande Prairie Kings Kyle Chapple 4–2 Dylan Moore (3:42, overtime) 2015 North Peace Navigators Darcy Haugan Fairview Flyers Lance Wiebe 4–0 Dylan Moore (2:02, first) 2016 North Peace Navigators Craig Fox Fairview Flyers Lance Wiebe 4–1 Brendan Jay (1:11, second) 2017 Fairview Flyers Lance Wiebe North Peace Navigators Sheldon Szmata 4–2 Ben Moffatt (19:49, third) 2018 Fort St. John Huskies Gary Alexander North Peace Navigators Ken Quinney 4–2 Ben Moffatt (19:49, third) NHL alumni [ edit ] See also [ edit ] References [ edit ] External links [ edit ]
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