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The Tiger Hills Hockey League (THHL) is a senior ice hockey league that operates in the southwestern region of Manitoba, Canada. The league was formed on October 6, 1982 and first began play in the 1983-1984 hockey season.[ citation needed ]
It operates under the sanction of Hockey Manitoba, the provincial branch of Hockey Canada. The league champion advances to the Manitoba Senior 'A' Provincial Championship.
Select regular season and playoff games are broadcast on Boissevain based radio station CJRB.[ citation needed ]
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