2017–18 MJHL season

Last updated
2017–18 MJHL season
League Manitoba Junior Hockey League
SportIce hockey
Number of games330
Number of teams11
Regular Season
First Place Steinbach Pistons
Season MVP Dexter Kuczek
Top scorer Dexter Kuczek
Turnbull Cup
Champions Steinbach Pistons
  Runners-up Virden Oil Capitals
Playoff MVPDrew Worrad
List of MJHL seasons

The 201718 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's (MJHL) 101st year of operation. The Steinbach Pistons finished with best regular season record for the second consecutive year and defeated the Virden Oil Capitals to win their second Turnbull Cup.

Contents

Season notes

Standings

GPWLOTLSOLPtsGFGA
Steinbach Pistons 6048822100296130
Virden Oil Capitals 6040172183268181
Portage Terriers 6038163382251163
OCN Blizzard 6032205372209192
Winkler Flyers 6035250070205175
Winnipeg Blues 6031225269215220
Selkirk Steelers 6031253166192206
Swan Valley Stampeders 6028256163206206
Neepawa Natives 6025313154215250
Dauphin Kings 6014441130148289
Waywayseecappo Wolverines 608483120130323

Playoffs

 QuarterfinalsSemifinals Turnbull Cup Finals
              
 1  Steinbach 4
8  Swan Valley 0
 1  Steinbach 4
 6  Winnipeg 2
2  Virden 4
 7  Selkirk 1
  1  Steinbach 4
 2  Virden 2
 3  Portage 2
6  Winnipeg 4
2  Virden 4
5  Winkler 0 
4  OCN 2
 5  Winkler 4

Post MJHL playoffs

ANAVET Cup

2018 Royal Bank Cup

League awards

See also

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