2011–12 MJHL season

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2011–12 MJHL season
League Manitoba Junior Hockey League
SportIce hockey
Number of games341
Number of teams11
Regular Season
First Place Dauphin Kings
Season MVP Jayson Argue
Top scorer Jesse Sinatynski
Playoffs
Addison Division champions Portage Terriers
Sherwood Division champions Winnipeg Saints
Playoffs MVP Kajon McKay
Turnbull Cup
ChampionsPortage Terriers
List of MJHL seasons

The 201112 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's (MJHL) 95th season of operation.

Contents

Season highlights

Standings

Addison DivisionGPWLOTLPtsGFGA
Portage Terriers 624215589265185
Winnipeg Blues 623819581249202
Winkler Flyers 623721478268219
Selkirk Steelers 623723276241213
Winnipeg Saints 623422674224214
Steinbach Pistons 621541636185316
Sherwood DivisionGPWLOTLPtsGFGA
Dauphin Kings 624215587248193
OCN Blizzard 613123769173179
Swan Valley Stampeders 622727862200216
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 622627961207201
Neepawa Natives 611245428166288

Playoffs

Division semi-finals Division finals Finals
         
1 Portage4
4 Selkirk 0
1 Portage4
Addision Division
2 Wpg Blues 2
2 Wpg Blues4
3 Winkler 0
1 Portage4
4* Wpg Saints 1
1 Dauphin 1
4* Wpg Saints4
4* Wpg Saints4
Sherwood Division
2 OCN 2
2 OCN4
3 Swan Valley 2

Post MJHL playoffs

Anavet Cup

Royal Bank Cup

League Awards

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