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Week 25 MHR Games of the Week - Canadian Provincial & Postseason Roundup

As we enter the two-week lull between state and district tournaments and USA Hockey National Championships in the United States, postseason play in Canada is heating up as teams compete in league playoffs and provincial tournaments around the country. The Canadian minor hockey postseason was shut down the past two years because of COVID, prompting local and provincial governing bodies and league officials to develop more creative formats that allow more teams to play meaningful games deeper into the season.

We couldn’t be happier to see hockey thriving once again in its birthplace – as it should be. Teams in the older age groups at the AAA level compete for the right to go to various national tournaments around Canada that draw thousands of fans, while younger teams compete for trophies, bragging rights, and in Ontario, the coveted Red Hat.

Good luck to all the competing teams. We take a province-by-province look at the championship formats with links to all the information you’ll need to follow the festivities in each province. This document will continue to be updated moving forward, so if your province isn’t listed yet, please stay tuned!

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Alberta

After a two-year COVID-induced hiatus, March and April playoff hockey has returned to Alberta. Host locations were announced for the province’s 29 weekend championship tournaments in December, and 32 champions will be crowned over the next several weeks, starting with the boys' and girls champions out of the 18U AAA Alberta elite leagues. Various league champions and runners-up compete for provincial titles in most formats. There are highly ranked Alberta boys' and girls' teams at the U15, U16 and U18 levels compete in the school- and academy-based Canadian School Sports Hockey League (CSSHL). Those teams are listed in their appropriate age groups. 

CLICK HERE for the Alberta Provincials home page.

  

Alberta Boys U18 AAA – Schedule & Results

March 18-27 in Calgary, Alberta

https://www.u18aaa.ca/stats/playoffs/22

The Alberta Boys 18U AAA champion will be determined by who wins the best-of-five Alberta Elite Hockey League championship series between the Calgary Buffaloes, ranked No. 6 by MHR in Western Canada, and the No. 8 Fort Saskatchewan Rangers. Game 1 took place last night, with the Buffaloes skating to a 4-1 victory at home. Game 2 is set for Sunday at 3:45 Eastern Time on Calgary home ice.

 

U18 AAA Alberta Elite Hockey League Finals – Best of Five

#6 Calgary Buffaloes vs. #8 Fort Saskatchewan Rangers

Series tied, 1-1

Games schedule: March 23, 25, 27

CLICK HERE for series schedule and results.

  

Ranked U18 AAA Alberta Boys' Teams in the CSSHL (W. Canada U18 Rankings):

#1 Northern Alberta Xtreme

#4 Calgary Edge School 

CLICK HERE for CSSHL playoff information. 

 

 

Boys U16 AAA – Schedule & Results

April 7-10 in Grand Prairie, Alberta

https://www.haprovincials.ca/uploads/source/U16_AAA/schedule_1.png

 

Ranked U16 AAA Alberta Boys' Teams in the CSSHL (W. Canada U18 Rankings):

#3 Calgary Edge School

#4 Northern Alberta Xtreme

CLICK HERE for CSSHL playoff information. 

 

 

Boys U15 AAA – Schedule & Results

March 24-27 in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

https://u15aaa.haprovincials.ca/home/

 

Ranked U15 AAA Alberta Boys' Teams in the CSSHL (W. Canada U18 Rankings):

#2 Northern Alberta Xtreme

#13 Calgary Edge School

 

CLICK HERE for CSSHL playoff information. 

 

 

Boys U13 AA – Schedule & Results

March 31-April 3 in Stracona, Alberta

https://www.haprovincials.ca/uploads/source/U13/U13_AA/U13_AA_Provincials_schedule.pdf 

 

 

Girls U18 AAA – Schedule & Results

March 18-20 in Calgary, Alberta

https://www.u18femaleaaa.ca/stats/playoffs/29

The Alberta 18U Girls AAA Provincial Championships were hosted March 17-20 by the Calgary Fire. Preliminary-round games started Friday, with the following teams competing (Canada Girls rankings listed):

#3 Edmonton Pandas

#12 Calgary Fire

#17 Red Deer Chiefs

#23 St. Albert Slash

   

Bronze Medal Game March 20

12:30 p.m. ET -  #17 Chiefs 1, #12 Fire 0

 

Gold Medal Game March 20

#3 Pandas 2, #23 Slash 1

Games can be seen at www.HockeyTV.com.

 

Ranked U18 Alberta Girls' Teams in the CSSHL (Canada U18 Rankings):

#12 Calgary Edge School

CLICK HERE for CSSHL playoff information. 

 

 

Girls U15 AA – Schedule & Results

March 17-20 in Okotoks, Alberta

https://www.u15femaleaa.ca/stats/schedule

The Alberta Girls AA U15 championship tournament was hosted by the Rocky Mountain Raiders March 17-20. 

 

Competing Teams:

#26 St. Albert Chargers

#33 Rocky Mountain Raiders

#37 Olds Grizzlys

#50 Calgary Fire Red

#84 Edmonton Pandas

  

Bronze Medal Game March 20

#33 Raiders 7, #84 Pandas 2 

 

Gold Medal Game March 20

 #37 Grizzlys 7, #50 Fire 1

Games can be seen at www.HockeyTV.com.

 

  

Girls U13 AA – Tournament Information

March 31-April 3 in Picture Butte, Alberta

https://u13femalea.haprovincials.ca/home/

The Alberta Girls A U13 championship tournament is being hosted by the Picture Butte Blades.

 

 

Ontario

In Ontario, a new format for the Ontario Minor Hockey Association boys’ playoffs means that more teams will play meaningful hockey games into the month of March. It also will cut down on some of the travel that makes parents of kids who play other sports shake their heads whenever they talk to hockey parents.  

The OMHA Championships are scheduled during three weekends – March 25-27, April 1-3 and April 8-10. The U12 through U18 AAA Boys championships will be held in Oakville, Ontario March 25-27 and April 1-3.

Round-robin play occurs during the first two days, with the semifinals and championship games set to take place on Sunday. Specific schedules will be released closer to the dates. The weekends will feature sponsor activations and gifts, excited crowds, official merchandise and live webstreams of games.

CLICK HERE for the OMHA Championships home page, with more info and links to specific age groups, schedules and results.

On the girls’ side, the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association will hold its provincial championship tournaments April 7-10 at various locations around Ontario.

  

Ontario Boys U18 AAA

The Ontario Boys U18 AAA championship will be held in Oakville, Ontario, March 25-27 at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex. CLICK HERE to see the age-group home page.

 

Schedule, Scores and Standings:

https://omhachampionships.ca/Tournaments/1445/Pages/1181/SCHEDULE_AND_STANDINGS/

 

Qualified Teams:

#1 Ajax-Pickering Raiders

#5 Oshawa Generals

#16 York-Simcoe Express

 

Championship Game:

Sunday, March 27 5:00 p.m. – at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex

 

 

Ontario Boys U16 AAA

The Ontario Boys U16 AAA championship will be held in Oakville, Ontario, March 25-27 at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex. CLICK HERE to see the age-group home page.

Schedule, Scores and Standings:

https://omhachampionships.ca/Tournaments/1444/Pages/1173/SCHEDULE_AND_STANDINGS/

 

Qualified Teams:

#6 Quinte Red Devils

#12 Markham Waxers

#18 Ajax-Pickering Raiders

 

Championship Game:

Sunday, March 27 2:00 p.m. – at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex

 

 

Ontario Boys U15 AAA

The Ontario Boys U15 AAA championship will be held in Oakville, Ontario, April 1-3 at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex. CLICK HERE to see the age-group home page.

Schedule, Scores and Standings:

https://omhachampionships.ca/Tournaments/1443/Pages/1165/SCHEDULE_AND_STANDINGS/

 

Qualified Teams:

TBD

 

Championship Game:

Sunday, April 3 3:00 p.m. – at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex

 

 

Ontario Boys U14 AAA

The Ontario Boys U14 AAA championship will be held in Oakville, Ontario, April 1-3 at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex. CLICK HERE to see the age-group home page. 

Schedule, Scores and Standings:

https://omhachampionships.ca/Tournaments/1440/Pages/1141/SCHEDULE_AND_STANDINGS/

 

Qualified Teams:

TBD

 

Championship Game:

Sunday, April 3 1:00 p.m. – at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex

 

 

Ontario Boys U13 AAA

The Ontario Boys U13 AAA championship will be held in Oakville, Ontario, April 1-3 at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex. CLICK HERE to see the age-group home page. 

Schedule, Scores and Standings:

https://omhachampionships.ca/Tournaments/1442/Pages/1157/SCHEDULE_AND_STANDINGS/

 

Qualified Teams:

TBD

 

Championship Game:

Sunday, April 3 3:00 p.m. – at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex

 

 

Ontario Boys U12 AAA

The Ontario Boys U12 AAA championship will be held in Oakville, Ontario, April 1-3 at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex. CLICK HERE to see the age-group home page. 

Schedule, Scores and Standings:

https://omhachampionships.ca/Tournaments/1439/Pages/1134/SCHEDULE_AND_STANDINGS/

 

Qualified Teams:

TBD

 

Championship Game:

Sunday, April 3 1:00 p.m. – at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex

 

 

Ontario Girls U18 AA

The OWHA U18 Girls AAA championship tournament will be held in Etobicoke and Mississauga, Ontario, April 7-10.  

 

Venues:
Westwood Arena – Etobicoke, Ontario

Iceland Arena – Mississauga, Ontario

 

Qualified Teams:

TBD

Schedule:
TBD

  

 

Ontario Girls U15 AA

The OWHA U15 Girls AAA championship tournament will be held in Brampton and Mississauga, Ontario, April 7-10.

 

Venues:
Susan Fennell Sportsplex – Brampton, Ontario

Iceland Arena – Mississauga, Ontario 

Qualified Teams:

TBD

Schedule:
TBD

  

 

Ontario Girls U13 AA

The OWHA U13 Girls AAA championship tournament will be held in North York, Ontario, April 7-10.

 

Venue:
Chesswood Arena – North York, Ontario 

Qualified Teams:

TBD

Schedule:
TBD

 

 

British Columbia

B.C. is unique in that the top U13 Tier 1 (AAA/AA) boys’ teams, as well as the top U13 and U15 girls’ teams, compete in the provincial championship tournament March 20-23, while many of the top-ranked AAA teams take part in the British Columbia Elite Hockey League Playoffs, which started March 11 and are ongoing, in the U18 boys’ and girls’, as well as the U17 and U15 boys’, divisions. Other top-ranked AAA clubs in the older age groups compete in the Canadian School Sport Hockey League Playoffs (CSSHL), which includes school- and academy-based teams in B.C., Manitoba and Alberta.

  

British Columbia Boys U18 AAA

The British Columbia Elite Hockey League U18 AAA Boys’ Playoffs are in progress and are being held at rinks around B.C. Several top-ranked U18 boys’ AAA teams compete in the CSSHL Playoffs instead. 

Schedule, Scores & Standings:

CLICK HERE for the general BCEHL schedule page.

CLICK HERE for the general BECHL standings page.

 

U18 Boys BCEHL Competing Teams (W. Canada U18 Rankings):

#10 Vancouver NW Hawks

#11 Vancouver NE Chiefs

#12 Fraser Valley Thunderbirds

#15 Greater Vancouver Canadians

#31 Okanagan Rockets

#32 Valley West Giants

#40 Cariboo Cougars

#42 Thompson Blazers

#46 South Island Royals

#52 North Island Silvertips

 

Ranked U18 B.C. AAA Boys Teams in the CSSHL (W. Canada U18 Rankings):

#2 Yale Hockey Academy U18 Prep

#3 Burnaby Winter Club Academy U18 Prep

#5 Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna U18 Prep

#7 St. George’s School U18 Prep

 

CLICK HERE for CSSHL playoff information. 

 

 

British Columbia Boys U16 & U17 AAA

The British Columbia Elite Hockey League U17 Boys’ AAA Playoffs are in progress and are being held at rinks around B.C. Several top-ranked U16 and U17 boys’ AAA teams compete in the CSSHL Playoffs instead.

Schedule, Scores & Standings:

CLICK HERE for the general BCEHL schedule page.

CLICK HERE for the general BECHL standings page.

 

U17 Boys BCEHL Competing Teams (W. Canada U18 Rankings):

#59 Fraser Valley Thunderbirds U17

#60 Vancouver NE Chiefs U17

#64 Greater Vancouver Canadians U17

#73 Valley West Giants U17

#74 Vancouver NW Hawks U17

#75 Okanagan Rockets U17

#84 Cariboo Cougars U17

#85 Thompson Blazers U17

 

Ranked U17 B.C. AAA Boys Teams in the CSSHL (W. Canada U18 Rankings):

#14 Delta Hockey Academy U17 Prep

#41 Yale Hockey Academy U17 Prep

 

Ranked U16 B.C. AAA Boys Teams in the CSSHL (W. Canada Rankings):

#16 Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna U16 Prep

#23 Pacific Coast Hockey Academy U16 Prep

#25 Burnaby Winter Club Academy U16 Prep

#27 Delta Hockey Academy U16 Prep

#30 Okanagan Hockey Academy U16 Prep

 

CLICK HERE for CSSHL playoff information. 

 

  

British Columbia Boys U15 AAA

The British Columbia Elite Hockey League U15 Boys’ AAA Playoffs are in progress and are being held at rinks around B.C. Several top-ranked U15 boys’ AAA teams compete in the CSSHL Playoffs instead.

Schedule, Scores & Standings:

CLICK HERE for the general BCEHL schedule page.

CLICK HERE for the general BECHL standings page.

 

U15 Boys BCEHL Competing Teams (W. Canada U15 Rankings):

#17 Vancouver NW Hawks

#20 Valley West Giants

#28 Thompson Blazers

#29 Okanagan Rockets

#38 Fraser Valley Thunderbirds

#45 Greater Vancouver Canadians

#53 South Island Royals

#75 Vancouver NE Chiefs

#79 Cariboo Cougars

#102 North Island Silvertips

 

Top-Ranked U15 B.C. AAA Boys Teams in the CSSHL (W. Canada U15 Rankings):

#1 Yale Hockey Academy Prep

#3 Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna Prep

#4 Burnaby Winter Club Academy Prep

#6 Delta Hockey Academy Green Prep

#7 Okanagan Hockey Academy Prep

#8 Pacific Coast Academy Prep

 

CLICK HERE for CSSHL playoff information. 

 

 

British Columbia Boys U13 Tier 1

The British Columbia U13 Tier 1 championship will be held in Maple, Ridge. B.C. at Planet Maple Ridge March 20-23. CLICK HERE to see the general tournament home page. 

Schedule, Scores & Standings:

https://championships.bchockey.net/games

 

Qualified Teams (Western Canada Rankings):

#1 Semiahmoo Ravens

#2 North Shore Winter Club

#16 Kamloops Blazers

#33 Prince George Cougars

#38 Nainamo Clippers

#52 Ridge Meadows Rustlers

 

Top Tournament Matchup:

Wednesday, March 23 11:00 a.m. ET – at Planet Maple Ridge

#1 Ravens vs. #2 North Shore Winter Club

 

Championship Game:

Wednesday, March 23 10:30 p.m. ET – at Planet Maple Ridge

Teams TBD

 

 

British Columbia Girls U18 AAA

The British Columbia Elite Hockey League U18 AAA Girls’ Playoffs are in progress and are being held at rinks around B.C. Several top-ranked U18 girls’ AAA teams compete in the CSSHL Playoffs instead.

Schedule, Scores & Standings:

CLICK HERE for the general BCEHL schedule page.

CLICK HERE for the general BCEHL standings page.

 

U18 Girls BCEHL Competing Teams (Canada U18 Rankings):

#8 Fraser Valley Rush

#13 Northern Capitals

#57 Thompson-Okanagan Lakers

#58 Vancouver Island Seals

#93 Greater Vancouver Comets

 

Ranked U18 B.C. AAA Girls Teams in the CSSHL (Canada U18 Rankings):

#1 Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna U18 Prep

#5 Delta Hockey Academy Girls U18 Prep

#11 Shawnigan Lake School Girls U18 Prep

 

CLICK HERE for CSSHL playoff information. 

 

 

British Columbia Girls U15 Tier 1

The British Columbia U15 Girls championship will be held in Kelowna, B.C., at Capital News Centre March 24-27. CLICK HERE to see the general tournament home page. 

Schedule, Scores & Standings:

https://championships.bchockey.net/schedules/3698

 

Qualified Teams (Canada U15 Rankings):

#46 Kelowna Rockets

#55 Surrey Falcons

#77 North Shore Avalanche

#78 Victoria Reign

#86 Summerland Jets

#98 Prince George Capitals

#109 North East Predators

  

Top Tournament Matchup:

Friday, March 25 8:00 p.m. ET – at Capital News Centre

#46 Rockets vs. #77 Avalanche

 

Championship Game:

Sunday, March 27 9:00 p.m. ET – at Capital News Centre

Teams TBD

 

 

British Columbia Girls U13 Tier 1

The British Columbia U13 Girls Championship will be held in Kamloops, B.C., at McArthur Island Sports & Event Centre March 24-27. CLICK HERE to see the general tournament home page.

Schedule, Scores & Standings:

https://championships.bchockey.net/schedules/3698

 

Qualified Teams (Canada U13 Rankings):

#14 Surrey Falcons

#15 Richmond Ravens

#37 Kamloops Blazers

#41 North Island Impact

#42 Kelowna Rockets

#44 Williams Lake Timberwolves

#46 Prince George Capitals

N/R Cranbrook Bucks

  

Top Tournament Matchup:

Saturday, March 26 9:15 p.m. ET at McArthur Island Sports & Event Center

#14 Falcons vs. #37 Blazers

 

Championship Game:

Sunday, March 27 11:00 p.m. ET at McArthur Island Sports & Event Center

Teams TBD

 

 

Saskatchewan

The Hockey Saskatchewan Provincial Championship Playoffs actually begin with series involving teams from neighboring towns in January and wind down with champions named by the end of March. The tournament has been a long-standing hockey tradition in the province, with approximately 250 teams participating each year in categories ranging from U13 D to Senior A.

Teams battle long-standing rivals and develop new rivalries on their path and in their quest to claim coveted provincial championship banners. The event is powered by the hard work by players, coaches, executive and volunteers across the province throughout the year.

At the U18 AAA boys and girls levels, as well as in the Tier 1 U18, U15 and AA boys’ and girls’ leagues and at the U13 Tier 1 AA boys level, champions are determined by league playoffs that are set up to comply with the provincial playoff guidelines established by Hockey Saskatchewan.

The following leagues determine their own champions, who in turn are considered provincial champions at those levels:

  • Saskatchewan Male U18 AAA Hockey League (SMAAAHL)
  • Saskatchewan Female U18 AAA Hockey League (SFU18AAAHL)
  • Saskatchewan AA Hockey League (SAAHL – U18, U15, U13 male)
  • Saskatchewan AA Female Hockey League (SFHL – U18, U15)

Hockey Saskatchewan operates provincial championship tournaments at all other age and skill levels, including 18U, 15U and 13U Tier 2 AA events.

 

SMAAAHL U18 AAA Playoffs

The SMAAAHL U18 boys' playoffs are underway, with first-round series being contested by eight teams. First-round series are scheduled to conclude by March 23.

CLICK HERE for full schedule and results.

 

Remaining Competing Teams (W. Canada U18 Rankings)

#26 Notre Dame Hounds

#27 Saskatoon Blazers

#36 Warman Wildcats

#44 Regina Pat Canadiens

#47 Prince Albert Mintos

#54 Moose Jaw Warriors

#56 Saskatoon Contacts

#61 Battlefords Stars

 

 

SAAHL U18 AA Boys Playoffs

The SAAHL U18 AA boys’ playoffs are underway and down to the final-four teams competing in the third round for the right to advance to the finals. Third-round series are scheduled to get underway March 20, with games spilling over into April if necessary.

CLICK HERE for full schedule and results.

 

Remaining Teams in Semifinals (Saskatchewan U18 Rankings)

#21 West Central Wheat Kings vs. #27 Saskatoon Ice Hawks

#19 Estevan Bruins vs. #18 Regina Vics

 

 

SAAHL U15 AA Boys Playoffs

The SAAHL U15 AA boys’ playoffs are underway and down to five remaining teams. Third-round semifinal series matchups are almost set, but dates and times of competition have yet to be posted. The Regina Aces lead the Swift Current Broncos, 1-0, in their best-of-three quarterfinal series, with Game 2 set for March 20. The winner will advance to take on the top-seeded Prairie Storm.

CLICK HERE for full schedule and results.

 

Remaining Teams (Saskatchewan U15 Rankings)

#5 Martensville Marauders vs. #3 Saskatoon Bandits (semifinals)

#14 Regina Aces/#6 Swift Current Broncos vs. #2 Prairie Storm (semifinals)

 

 

SAAHL U13 AA Boys Playoffs

The SAAHL U13 AA boys’ playoffs are underway and down to four remaining teams. Fourth-round semifinal series matchups are set and scheduled to run through March 27 if necessary. The Tisdale Ramblers lead the Martensville Marauders, 1-0, in their best-of-three semifinal series, with Game 2 scheduled for March 25. In the other semifinal, the Regina Tigers take on the Swift Current Broncos in Game 1 March 20.

CLICK HERE for full schedule and results.

 

 

SFU18AAAHL U18 AAA Playoffs

The SFU18AAAHL U18 girls’ playoffs are underway and down to the final-four teams competing for berths in the championship finals. In one best-of-five semifinal series, the Notre Dame Hounds lead the Saskatoon Stars, 1-0, while the Regina Rebels hold a similar advantage over the Swift Current Wildcats in the other semi. The second games in both series are scheduled for March 20, and if necessary, the series will run through March 30.

CLICK HERE for full schedule and results.

 

Remaining Competing Teams (Canada U18 Rankings)

#22 Saskatoon Stars vs. #4 Notre Dame Hounds (Hounds lead series, 1-0)

#10 Swift Current Wildcats vs. #2 Reginal Rebels (Rebels lead series, 1-0)

 

Remaining Teams (Saskatchewan U13 Rankings)

#1 Martensville Marauders vs. #5 Tisdale Ramblers

#9 Regina Tigers vs. #2 Swift Current Broncos

 

SFHL U15 AA Girls Playoffs

The SFHL U15 AA girls’ playoffs are down to the final two teams standing, with the Saskatoon Comet Impact leading the Regina Rebels, 1-0, in the best-of-three championship series. Game 2 is set for March 23, and a deciding Game 3 will be played March 25 if necessary.

CLICK HERE for full schedule and results.

 

Remaining Teams (Canada U15 Rankings)

#32 Regina Rebels vs. #11 Saskatoon Comet Impact (Saskatoon leads series, 1-0)

 

 

Manitoba

Each year, 25 or more communities across Manitoba host provincial championship tournaments in which approximately 250 teams and more than 4,000 players compete to be crowned champions of Manitoba. Tournaments are held for boys and girls in U11 through U18 age groups.

CLICK HERE for the Hockey Manitoba Provincial Championship home page.

Younger age groups began competing as early as February, with play wrapping up in the older, non-AAA brackets the weekend of March 11-13. Provincial champions at the 18U AAA levels for males and females are determined by the results of the Manitoba U18 AAA Hockey League (MU18HL) and Manitoba Female Hockey League (MFHL) playoffs.

 

Manitoba Boys U18 MH18HL Playoffs

In the MH18HL playoffs, the field is down to the final four, with the two semifinal best-of-five game series slated to begin March 20. The top-seeded Brandon Wheat Kings take on the No. 5-seed Parkland Rangers on one side of the draw, while second-seeded Winnipeg Wild and third-seeded Eastman Selects face off on the other side.

CLICK HERE for the MH18HL Playoff schedule & results

 

Manitoba Boys U18 MH18HL Semifinals

(Best of Five – W. Canada U18 Rankings)

#13 Brandon Wheat Kings vs. #45 Parkland Rangers

#21 Winnipeg Wild vs. #22 Eastman Selects

 

 

Manitoba Girls U18 MFHL Playoffs

The MFHL Playoffs are down to the final two teams, as the third-seeded Westman Wildcats defeated the second-seeded Yellowhead Chiefs, 3-1, in a best-of-five semifinal series that concluded March 14 to advance to the finals. The Wildcats will take on the fourth-seeded Winnipeg Ice, upset winners of a fifth-and-decidig game by a 5-3 margin in the other semifinal series against the top-seeded Winnipeg Avros. The best-of-five championship series is set to begin March 25.

CLICK HERE for the MFHL Playoff schedule & results

 

MFHL Championship Series

(Best of Five – Canada U18 Rankings)

#67 Winnipeg Ice vs. #71 Westman Wildcats

 

 

Manitoba Girls U15 AAA

Congratulations to the Brandon Wheat Kings for capturing the Manitoba U15 AAA championship March 13 in Carman, Manitoba, with a 6-3 victory over the Yellowhead Chiefs. Brandon is ranked seventh in Manitoba and 79th in Canada, while the Chiefs are 10th in the province and 93rd nationally.

 

 

Nova Scotia

Because of the continued uncertainty surrounding the spread of COVID-19, Hockey Nova Scotia decided to move forward with a modified plan for its provincial championships this season.

For the girls, provincial play began as early as Feb. 26 for the youngest age groups and is winding down now with three weekends of playoffs that conclude March 27. Make-up dates for any unforeseen cancellations or postponements are April 2 and 3. 

CLICK HERE for information on the Nova Scotia Girls Provincial Championships.  

For AAA girls’ teams, champions from the Nova Scotia Female Hockey League (NSFHL) will be declared provincial champions at the U13 and U15 levels, while that distinction goes to the top Nova Scotia finisher in the Maritime Major Female Hockey League for U18.

On the boys’ side, at the 18U AAA level, the champion of the Nova Scotia U18 Major Hockey League (NSU18MHL) will claim the provincial crown as will the champions of the NSU16AAAHL and the Nova Scotia U15 Major Hockey League (NSU15MHL).

 

NSU18MHL Boys U18 AAA Playoffs

Nova Scotia’s male U18 AAA major teams are in the midst of the league playoffs. The quarterfinals concluded March 20, with the Cape Breton West Islanders earning a 1-0 Game 5 victory and 3-2 series victory over the Kohltech Valley Wildcats. Weeks Major also won their deciding Game 5, 4-0 against Dartmouth Steele Subaru. The Cole Harbour Wolfpack and Halifax McDonalds also closed out their series in three and four games, respectively.

CLICK HERE for playoff results. 

CLICK HERE for the daily and upcoming schedule.

  

NSU18MHL Boys Novia Scotia Semifinalists (E. Canada Rankings)

#3 Halifax McDonalds

#6 Cole Harbour Woflpack

#11 Cape Breton West Islanders

#13 Weeks Majors

 

NSU16AAAHL Boys U16 AAA Update

Nova Scotia’s male U16 AAA teams are closing out the regular season and jockeying for playoff position in the NSU16AAAHL. The final day of the season is March 27, with eight of the league’s 10 teams scheduled to be in action that day.

CLICK HERE for regular-season standings.  

CLICK HERE for the current schedule of games.

 

NSU16AAAHL Boys U16 AAA Nova Scotia Top Five

#1 Basin Armada

#2 Admirals Hockey Club

#3 Dartmouth Voyageurs

#4 Sackville Kings

#5 Cabot Highlanders 

 

NSU15MHL Boys U15 AAA Playoffs

Nova Scotia’s male U15 AAA teams are In the home stretch of the regular season and jockeying for playoff position in the NSU15MHL. The final day of the season appears to be April 3, with six of the league’s 12 teams scheduled to be in action that day.

CLICK HERE for regular-season standings.  

CLICK HERE for the current schedule of games.

 

NSU15MHL Boys U15 AAA Nova Scotia Top Five

#1 Bedford Barons

#2 East Hants Rangers

#3 Dartmouth Whalers

#4 Pictou Bombers

#5 Joneljim Cougars 

  

MMFHL Girls U18 AAA Playoffs

Nova Scotia’s female U18 AAA major teams are in the midst of the league playoffs. 

CLICK HERE for regular-season and playoff standings.

CLICK HERE for the daily and upcoming schedule.

CLICK HERE for the playoff results.

  

U18 MMFHL Girls Novia Scotia Competing Teams (Canada Rankings)

#7 Northern Subway Selects

#20 East Hants Penguins

#50 Cape Breton Lynx

#55 Halifax Western Capitals

 

NSFHL U15 Girls AAA Playoffs

Nova Scotia’s female U15 AAA teams are in the midst of the league playoffs to determine the provincial champion.

CLICK HERE for playoff standings.

CLICK HERE for the daily and upcoming schedule.

CLICK HERE for the playoff results.

  

U15 AAA Nova Scotia Girls Competing Teams (U15 Canada Rankings)

#61 Quad City Whitecaps

#62 Fundy Highland Stars

#72 Metro West Force Warriors

#80 Metro West Force Lightning

#76 Valley Wild

#94 Metro East Inferno

 

NSFHL U13 Girls AAA Playoffs

Nova Scotia’s female U13 AAA teams are in the midst of the league playoffs to determine the provincial champion.

CLICK HERE for playoff standings.

CLICK HERE for the daily and upcoming schedule.

CLICK HERE for the playoff results.

  

U13 AAA Girls Nova Scotia Competing Teams (Regular Season Finish)

#1 Metro West Force Hurricanes

#2 Metro West Force Warriors

#3 Quad City Whitecaps

#4 Metro East Inferno

#5 CB Blizzard

#6 Fundy Highland Stars

#7 Valley Wild

 

 

New Brunswick

The Hockey New Brunswick Female Provincial Championships are just wrapping up after a two-year COVID break. Tournaments were held March 17-20 for the Female U15 AA, U15 A, U13 AA and U13 A divisions at the following locations:

  • U15 Female AA – Rothesay / Quispamsis
  • U15 Female A – Renous / Sunny Corner
  • U13 Female AA – Rothesay / Quispamsis
  • U13 Female A – Dieppe

The full tournament schedules can be found at the links below:

CLICK HERE for the standings and scores.

A listing of all the New Brunswick Provincial Championship for boys and girls, the age groups and levels to be contested, host sites and dates of competition can be found by CLICKING HERE.  

In addition to the U13 AAA, U15 AAA and U15 Major boys’ tournaments listed on that page to be held April 7-10 in Moncton, New Brunswick, league playoffs will determine provincial champions in the U18 Major boys’, U16 AAA boys’, U18 AAA girls’ and U15 AAA girls’ divisions.

 

 

Newfoundland & Labrador

In early February amid the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 Omicron Variant, Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador announced that once again there would be no provincial tournaments in the region. They reversed field Feb. 23 and decided the events would indeed be held, and the both the U13 girls’ AAA Newfoundland & Labrador provincials were contested March 18-20.

 

Boys U18 AAA Major NL Provincials

The New Foundland/Labrador Boys’ U18 AAA Major Provincial champion will be the winner of the NL Major U18 Hockey League playoffs. Regular-season play will wrap up in the near future.

CLICK HERE for league standings.

 

Competing Teams (E. Canada Rankings)

#7 Pinnacle Growlers

#14 East Coast Blizzard

#16 TriPen Osprey

#20 Central Impact

#22 Western Kings

 

Boys U18 AAA Minor NL Provincials

The New Foundland/Labrador Boys’ U18 AAA Minor Provincial Championship will be held April 1-3 at Lewisporte Stadium in Lewisporte, Newfoundland.

CLICK HERE for the complete schedule

 

Competing Teams

TriPen Ice

TWolves

Central Thunder

Western Crushers

St. John’s Hitmen

 

Boys U15 AAA NL Provincials

The New Foundland/Labrador Boys’ U15 AAA Provincial Championship will be held April 8-10 at CBS Arena in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland.

CLICK HERE for the complete schedule

 

Competing Teams

TriPen Ice

Western Kings

Central IcePak

TriCom Thunder

St. John’s Hitmen

TriCom Thunder

 

Boys U13 AAA NL Provincials

The New Foundland/Labrador Boys’ U13 AAA Provincial Championship will be held April 1-3 at Bay Arena in Bay Roberts, Newfoundland.

CLICK HERE for the complete schedule

 

Competing Teams

TriPen Ice

Western Kings

Central IcePak

TriCom Thunder

St. John’s Hitmen

Northern Huskies

TriCom Thunder

 

 

Girls U18 AAA NL Provincials

April 1-3 in Botwood, Newfoundland

 

Competing Teams

Tri Pen Ice

Eastern Icebreakers

 

 

Girls U15 AAA NL Provincials

April 1-3 at Corner Brook Civic Center – Corner Brook, Newfoundland

 

Competing Teams

Western Warriors

Tri Pen Ice

Central IcePak

Eastern Icebreakers

 

 

Girls U13 AAA NL Provincials

March 18-20 at Corner Brook Civic Center – Corner Brook, Newfoundland

CLICK HERE for complete schedule and results.

CLICK HERE for the tournament standings.

 

Competing Teams

Western Warriors

Tri Pen Ice

Central IcePak

Eastern Icebreakers

 

 

Quebec

Hockey Quebec announced in February that after a two-year hiatus the Quebec Provincial Championships, better known as the Dodge Cup, would be returning to the ice in five areas of the province.

“For our young people, it was essential to hold the Dodge Cup this year, and we are therefore extremely happy to announce the holding of the event, which is the highlight of the season for many,” said Jocelyn Thibault, general manager of Hockey Quebec. “This is proof that we are finally finding a certain normality.”

The Estrie region of Quebec will host the girls’ provincials at seven different venues from April 7-10, with the boys’ event taking place in four different regions – Bas St-Laurent, Cote-Nord, Gaspesie les-lies and Saguenay Lac-St-Jean – from April 13-17. The female Dodge Cup alone brings together more than 1,700 players ages 9 through 20.

CLICK HERE for a rundown of host locations.

CLICK HERE to get to the girls’ tournament home page.

CLICK HERE to get to the boys’ tournament home page.

  

Boys U18 AAA Schedule & Results

April 13-17 in Jonquiere, Quebec – Foyer des loisirs

  

Boys U15 AAA Schedule & Results

April 13-17 in Roberval, Quebec – Benoit Levesque Sports Center

April 13-17 in Saint-Feliciene, Quebec – Marianne St-Gelais Recreation Center 

CLICK HERE for schedule.

 

Boys U13 AAA Schedule & Results

April 13-17 in Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec – Youth City Stadium

April 13-17 in Saint-Pascal, Quebec – St-Pascal Sports Center 

CLICK HERE for schedule.

  

Girls U18 AAA Schedule & Results

April 7-10 in Drummondville, Quebec – Olympia Yvan Cournoyer

CLICK HERE for schedule.

  

Girls U15 AAA Schedule & Results

April 7-10 in Victoriaville, Quebec – Jean Beliveau Pavilion

Teams TBD 

CLICK HERE for schedule.

  

Girls U13 AAA Schedule & Results

April 7-10 in Drumondville, Quebec – Olympia Yvan Cournoyer

Teams TBD 

CLICK HERE for schedule.

 

 

 
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