2014–15 MJHL season

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2014–15 MJHL season
League Manitoba Junior Hockey League
SportIce hockey
Number of games330
Number of teams11
Regular Season
First Place Portage Terriers
Season MVP Tristan Keck
Top scorer Zach Waldvogel
Turnbull Cup
ChampionsPortage Terriers
  Runners-upSteinbach Pistons
Playoff MVPDane Schioler
List of MJHL seasons

The 201415 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's (MJHL) 98th season of operation.

Manitoba Junior Hockey League

The Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) is a Junior 'A' ice hockey league operating in the Canadian province of Manitoba and one of eleven member leagues of the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL).

Contents

The Portage Terriers dominated the MJHL from start to finish this season, posting the best winning percentage in league history and going undefeated in the playoffs, to win their ninth Turnbull Cup. After finishing second at the 2015 Western Canada Cup, the Terriers hosted the 2015 Royal Bank Cup in Portage la Prairie and became the first Manitoba team since 1974 to win the national Junior "A" championship.

Portage Terriers

The Portage Terriers are a Canadian junior "A" ice hockey team from Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada. They are members of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League, a part of the Canadian Junior Hockey League.

The 2015 Western Canada Cup was the Western Canadian Junior A ice hockey championship played at the Casman Centre in Fort McMurray, Alberta from April 25 to May 3, 2015. It determined the two Western seeds for the 2015 Royal Bank Cup, the Canadian Junior A National Championship. The Penticton Vees and Portage Terriers finished first and second, respectively. As the Terriers were the host team for the Royal Bank Cup, the Melfort Mustangs were awarded the Terriers' spot by virtue of being second runner-up.

The 2015 Royal Bank Cup was the 45th Canadian junior A Ice Hockey National Championship for the Canadian Junior Hockey League. It was the 45th consecutive year a national championship was awarded to this skill level since the breakaway of Major Junior hockey in 1970.

Season highlights

Canadian Junior Hockey League

The Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL), an association of Canadian junior A ice hockey leagues and teams, formed in November 1993, emerging from the Canada West Association of Junior 'A' Hockey. The champion of the Canadian Junior Hockey League wins the National Junior A Championship.

Portage la Prairie City in Manitoba, Canada

Portage la Prairie is a small city in the Central Plains Region of Manitoba, Canada. As of 2016, the population was 13,304 and the land area of the city was 24.68 square kilometres (9.53 sq mi). Portage la Prairie is approximately 75 kilometres (47 mi) west of Winnipeg, along the Trans-Canada Highway, and sits on the Assiniboine River, which flooded the town persistently until a diversion channel north to Lake Manitoba was built to divert the flood waters. The city is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Portage la Prairie.

Standings

GPWLOTLSOLPtsGFGA
Portage Terriers 6053313110285120
Steinbach Pistons 6039142585218150
Winnipeg Blues 6038152583231181
Winkler Flyers 6031173974204185
Virden Oil Capitals 6030206470202191
Swan Valley Stampeders 6029263364177198
Selkirk Steelers 6029291160181201
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 6024310553148192
Dauphin Kings 6023322452166217
OCN Blizzard 6020352345167230
Neepawa Natives 6015422133141255

Playoffs

 Survivor SeriesQuarter-finalsSemi-finals Turnbull Cup Finals
                   
 1  Portage 4 
8  Waywayseecappo 0 
7  Selkirk 2  1  Portage 4 
10  OCN 0  5  Virden 0 
2  Steinbach 4
 7  Selkirk 0 
(Pairings are re-seeded after each round) 1  Portage 4
 2  Steinbach 0
 3  Winnipeg 4 
6  Swan Valley 0 
8  Waywayseecappo 2  2  Steinbach 4
9  Dauphin 0  3  Winnipeg 1 
4  Winkler 2
 5  Virden 4 

Post MJHL playoffs

Western Canada Cup

Penticton Vees Ice hockey team

The Penticton Vees are a junior "A" ice hockey team from Penticton, British Columbia, Canada. They are a part of the British Columbia Hockey League. The junior Vees were founded in 1961, sharing the name of the senior hockey team, the Penticton Vees.

Melfort Mustangs

The Melfort Mustangs are a junior "A" ice hockey team based in Melfort, Saskatchewan, Canada. They are members of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL). They play their home games at the Northern Lights Palace, which has a seating capacity of 1,850. The team colors are blue, green, and white.

Royal Bank Cup

The Carleton Place Canadians are a junior ice hockey team based in Carleton Place, Ontario Canada. The Canadians are members of the Central Canada Hockey League and Canadian Junior Hockey League, and as such are eligible for the Eastern Canadian Fred Page Cup championship and Royal Bank Cup National championship.

League awards

CJHL awards

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Steinbach Pistons

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