Qu’Appelle Valley Hockey League

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Qu’Appelle Valley Hockey League
QVHL league logo.jpg
SportIce hockey
CEOChris Pollock
No. of teams7 Senior / 7 Junior
Country Canada
Most recent
Grenfell Spitfires (Sr)
Wolseley Mustangs (Jr)
Official websiteQVHL.ca

The Qu’Appelle Valley Hockey League is a Junior 'C' and Senior ice hockey league in the Regina-area of Saskatchewan, Canada, sanctioned by Saskatchewan Hockey Association and Hockey Canada.


QVHL Senior teams have won Saskatchewan Provincial titles five times. Milestone Flyers were 'C' winners in 1985 and 2003. Grenfell Spitfires were Provincial 'B' champions in 1982.

Balgonie Bisons won the Provincial 'A' championship in 2011. Standing Buffalo Bulls were 'A' winners in 2000.

In 2015 four of the remaining Regina Junior C Hockey League teams joined the QVHL. That league also hosts the annual Brewers Cup, the Junior C championship of Western Canada.

In February and March 2017 Facebook pages for the Wolseley Mustangs and Bredenbury Tundra indicated both organizations were hoping to launch teams into the Qu'Appelle Valley Hockey League for the 2017-18 season. At the league spring meetings both teams were confirmed as well as the Cupar Canucks and Yellow Grass Wheat Kings.

September 4th the QVJHL published the information that the Junior C league would expand by 2 teams for the 2018-19 season by welcoming back the Southerly Marlins (previously a 4 time champion) and newcomers Emerald Park Wizards. By the start of the season the Southerly Marlins were not ready to go, the previous season Cupar Canucks were inactive and the Bredenbury Tundra had received permission to relocate to Esterhazy.


Senior Teams
Balcarres Broncs
Balgonie Bisons
Grenfell Spitfires
Indian Head Chiefs
Milestone Flyers
Odessa/Vibank Bruins
Whitewood Orioles
Junior C Teams
Emerald Park Wizards (2018)
Esterhazy Tundra] (2017)
Lumsden Lumberjax
Regina River Rats
Wolseley Mustangs (2017)
Yellow Grass Wheat Kings (2017)

Former/inactive Sr. teams[edit]

  • Gordon’s Golden Hawks
  • Kelliher Komets
  • Monmartre-Glenavon Rivals
  • Ogema Colts
  • Radville Nationals (?? to 2017)
  • Rouleau Ramblers
  • Standing Buffalo Bulls

Former/inactive Jr. teams[edit]

  • Balcarres Broncs (on hiatus 2017)
  • Bredenbury Tundra (2017 - relocated to Esterhazy 2018)
  • Cupar Canucks (2017-2018)
  • Indian Head Chiefs
  • Moose Jaw Canucks (on hiatus since 2015)
  • Pilot Butte Storm (now part of PJHL junior B)
  • Regina Brewers
  • Regina Bulldogs
  • Regina Hurricanes
  • Regina Mustangs
  • Southey Marlins
  • White Butte Eagles (2018 last season)


Season Senior Champions Junior C Champions Season Senior Champions Junior C Champions
1997 Monmartre-Glenavon Rivals Regina Brewers 1998 Balcarres Broncs Regina Brewers
1999 Standing Buffalo Bulls Regina Bulldogs 2000 Standing Buffalo Bulls Regina Brewers
2001 Standing Buffalo Bulls Regina Brewers 2002 Milestone Flyers Southey Marlins
2003 Indian Head Chiefs Odessa Eagles 2004 Milestone Flyers Regina Brewers
2005 Milestone Flyers Regina Brewers 2006 Milestone Flyers Regina Hurricanes
2007 Monmartre-Glenavon Rivals Southey Marlins 2008 Balgonie Bisons Regina Mustangs
2009 Balgonie Bisons Odessa Eagles 2010 Balgonie Bisons Lumsden/Bethune Lumberjax
2011 Balgonie Bisons Southey Marlins 2012 Balgonie Bisons Southey Marlins
2013 Balcarres Broncs Odessa Eagles 2014 Radville Nationals Moose Jaw Canucks
2015 Radville Nationals[1][2] Regina River Rats 2016 Balgonie Bisons Regina River Rats
2017 Grenfell Spitfires Regina River Rats 2018 Grenfell Spitfires Wolseley Mustangs
2019 Milestone Flyers Wolseley Mustangs


  1. ^ "Outlaws Champs Again". Saskatchewan Hockey Leagues. 28 March 2015.
  2. ^ "Senior Nats say thank you". The Radville Star. 4 May 2015.

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