2012–13 MJHL season

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2012–13 MJHL season
League Manitoba Junior Hockey League
SportIce hockey
Number of games330
Number of teams11
Regular Season
First Place Dauphin Kings
Season MVP Guillaume Naud
Top scorer Jesse Sinatynski
Playoffs
Addison Division champions Steinbach Pistons
Sherwood Division champions Dauphin Kings
Playoffs MVP Corey Koop
Turnbull Cup
ChampionsSteinbach Pistons
List of MJHL seasons

The 201213 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's (MJHL) 96th season of operation.

Contents

Season highlights

Standings

Addison DivisionGPWLOTLPtsGFGA
Winnipeg Blues 604514191266164
Steinbach Pistons 603125466224207
Portage Terriers 603227165187187
Winkler Flyers 6022271155199224
Selkirk Steelers 602530555203210
Sherwood DivisionGPWLOTLPtsGFGA
Dauphin Kings 604711296266149
OCN Blizzard 603916583221190
Swan Valley Stampeders 603323470221221
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 602530555188220
Virden Oil Capitals 601834844155212
Neepawa Natives 601340733142288

Playoffs

Division semi-finals Division finals Finals
         
1 Winnipeg4
4 Winkler 2
1 Winnipeg 2
Addision Division
2 Steinbach4
2 Steinbach4
3 Portage 3
2 Steinbach4
1 Dauphin 2
1 Dauphin4
4 Waywayseecappo 2
1 Dauphin4
Sherwood Division
2 OCN 3
2 OCN4
3 Swan Valley 1

Post MJHL playoffs

Western Canada Cup

League awards

CJHL awards

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