Tiger Hills Hockey League

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The logo used by the Tiger Hills Hockey League.

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 ]


Active Teams

Defunct or Inactive Teams

League Champions




1983/1984Baldur Barons
1984/1985Pilot Mound Pilots
1985/1986Pilot Mound Pilots
1986/1987Baldur Barons
1987/1988Pilot Mound Pilots
1988/1989Pilot Mound Pilots
1989/1990Wawanesa Jets
1990/1991Holland Rockets
1991/1992Holland Rockets
1992/1993Holland Rockets
1993/1994Killarney Shamrocks
1994/1995Cartwright-Baldur Clippers
1995/1996Holland Rockets
1996/1997Carberry Plainsmen
1997/1998Holland Rockets
1998/1999Glenboro Nordics
1999/2000Not Awarded
2000/2001Pilot Mound Pilots
2001/2002Pilot Mound Pilots
2002/2003Pilot Mound Pilots
2003/2004Pilot Mound Pilots
2004/2005Pilot Mound Pilots
2005/2006Gladstone Lakers
2006/2007Gladstone Lakers
2007/2008Pilot Mound Pilots
2008/2009Swan Lake Cougars
2009/2010Swan Lake Cougars [2]
2010/2011Neepawa Farmers
2011/2012Killarney Shamrocks [3]
2012/2013Souris Elks [4]
2013/2014Deloraine Royals [5]
2014/2015Deloraine Royals [6]
2015/2016Killarney Shamrocks [7]
2016/2017Killarney Shamrocks [8]
2017/2018Gladstone Lakers
2018/2019 Boissevain Border Kings
2019/2020No champion named (Covid-19)
2020/2021No champion named (Covid-19)
2021/2022Boissevain Border Kings

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