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HISTORY

PRAIRIE JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE (2007 - Present)
 

THE START OF A NEW BEGINNING

 

2007 - 2008 ( FIRST YEAR )

After numerous years of discussion the SSJHL and the NSJHL finally join forces and form one league. The South Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League after 15 years of operation start by changing their name to the Prairie Junior Hockey League. The North Saskatchewan Junior League after 42 years of operation cease operation for a year and joins the Prairie Junior Hockey League. After a year the NSJHL decides to remain with the PJHL. The rest is history as the PJHL becomes the league for all teams in the province.

The Saskatoon Chiefs take a leave of absence from the NSJHL and the PJHL at the start of the 2007-2008 season. The PJHL has nine teams in two divisions, there were four teams in the North Division and five teams in the South Division.

In the North Division were the Saskatoon Quakers with governor Len Klassen, president Mike Klassen, coach and general manager Mike Chrun. Saskatoon Royals with president Bill Fitzsimmons, general manager Rob Renneberg and coach Rey Hudson. Saskatoon Westleys with president Doug Marushak, general manager Don Mantyka and coach Brad Vinnick. Tri Town Thunder with president Don Enns, manager Leo Leblanc and coach Gavin Holcomb.

In the South Division was Cypress Cyclones with president Blair Holmes, coach and general manager Blaine Stork and director of player personnel Sean Chapman. Fort Knox with president Jim Williams, general manager Lyle Logel and coach Greg Vaughan. Pilot Butte Storm with president Joanne Fiege, general manager Dale Lewgood and coach Chris Lewgood. Regina Capitals with governor, coach and general manager Don Pankewich. Southern Rebels with president Maurice Simard, general manger and coach Randy Cuthill.

The executive consisted of president Rory Hoffman, vice president Bill Gibson, vice president Darrell Kasper and referee in chief Rick McKeown. Mark Legare was the webmaster. Stan Marlin was the statistician and in charge of media relations.

All nine teams went to the playoffs. In the South Division their was a best of three Survivor series between the Cyclones and the Capitals. The Cyclones won the series in two straight games.

The two North Division semi finals saw the Royals defeat the Westleys in four straight games and the Quakers defeat Thunder 4 - 2. The Royals and Quakers met in the North Division final and the Royals won the series 4 - 2 to capture their first North Division Championship.

The two South Division semi finals saw the Storm defeating the Cyclones 4 - 1 and Fort Knox defeating the Rebels 4 - 1. The Storm met Fort Knox in the South Division final and won the series 4 - 2 to capture their first South Division Championship.

The league final featured the Royals and the Pilot Butte Storm. The Storm defeated the Royals four games to two to win the League Championship and the Provincial Championship.


The Pilot Butte Storm represented the PJHL at the Keystone Cup in Selkirk, Manitoba. The Storm finished fifth at the Western Canadian Championship.



2008 - 2009 ( SECOND YEAR)

The PJHL gained three teams in 2008-2009 and increased to 12 teams in two Divisions. There were six teams in the North Division and six teams in the South Division. In the North Division the Chiefs were purchased from Marj Rak by Wes Noon and Gordy Ouellette. The franchise returned from a one year leave of absence and moved from Saskatoon to Delisle. The Prince Albert Icehawks became a new franchise in the North Division under the direction of Allan Pasloski. The Ochapowace Thunder under the guidance of Morley Watson became a new franchise in the South Division.

In the North Division were the Delisle Chiefs with president Wes Noon, general manager and coach Gordy Ouellette. Prince Albert Icehawks with general manager Allan Pasloski and coach Trevor Gunville. Saskatoon Quakers with governor Len Klassen, president Mike Klassen, coach and general manager Mike Chrun. Saskatoon Royals with president Bill Fitzsimmons, general manager Rob Renneberg and coach Rey Hudson. Saskatoon Westleys with president Don Mantyka, general manager Rick Holtom and coach Jason Johns. Tri Town Thunder with president Don Enns, general manager Leo Leblanc and coach Noel Kingwell.

In the South Division were the Cypress Cyclones with president Blair Holmes, coach and general manager Blaine Stork and director of player personnel Sean Chapman. Fort Knox with president Jim Williams, general manager Lyle Logel and coach Dave Ross. Ochapowace Junior Thunder with governor Morley Watson, president Cheryl Thomas, coach and general manager Ron Holloway. Pilot Butte Storm with president Joanne Fiege, general manager Dale Lewgood and coach Chris Lewgood. Regina Capitals with governor and general manager Don Pankewich and coach Rob Dowie and Larry Lolacher. Southern Rebels with president Maurice Simard, general manger and coach Randy Cuthill.

The executive consisted of president Rory Hoffman, vice president Bob Dybvig, vice president Darrell Kasper and referee in chief Rick McKeown. Mark Legare was the webmaster. Stan Marlin was the statistician and in charge of media relations.

The Saskatoon Quakers set two records in the 2008-2009season. They had 33 wins and a total of 67 points. Tri Town Thunder had the most goals for with a total of 227 and Fort Knox had the fewest goals against with a record of 99.

The playoffs consisted of the top four teams in each division. The two North Division semi finals saw the Royals defeat the Tri Town Thunder 4 - 2 and the Quakers defeat the Icehawks 4 - 1. The Royals and Quakers met in the North Division final and the Royals won the series in four straight games to capture their second North Division Championship.

The two South Division semi finals saw the Storm defeating the Rebels in four straight games and Fort Knox defeating the Capitals in four straight games. The Storm met Fort Knox in the South Division final and won the series 4 - 2 to capture their second consecutive South Division Championship.

The league final featured the Royals and the Pilot Butte Storm. The Royals defeated the Storm four games to one to win the League Championship and the Provincial Championship.

The Saskatoon Royals represented the PJHL at the Keystone Cup in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The Royals finished fourth at the Western Canadian Championship.


2009 - 2010 ( THIRD YEAR)

The PJHL adds another team through expansion and increase to13 teams in two Divisions. The West Central Rage from the Kerrobert area in 2008-2009 under the leadership of Chris Kipling, Brad Murphy and David Hogg have become a member of the PJHL. There were seven teams in the North Division and six teams in the South Division.

In the North Division were the Delisle Chiefs with president Wes Noon, governor Geoff Peakman, general manager and coach Gordy Ouellette and Dave Norris replaced Gordy as coach in January. Prince Albert Icehawks with general manager Allan Pasloski and coach Trevor Gunville. Saskatoon Quakers with governor Len Klassen, president Mike Klassen, coach and general manager Mike Chrun. Saskatoon Royals with president Bill Fitzsimmons, general manager Rob Renneberg and coach Rey Hudson. Saskatoon Westleys with president Don Mantyka, general manager Rick Holtom and coach Mike Zambon. Tri Town Thunder with president Pat Flegg., general manager Leo Leblanc and coach Randy Cuthill. West Central Rage with president Brad Murphy, general manager Chris Kipling and coach John Millard who was replaced mid-season by Dean Simpson.

In the South Division were the Cypress Cyclones with president Blair Holmes, coach and general manager Blaine Stork. Fort Knox with president Jim Williams, general manager Lyle Logel and coach Dave Ross. Ochapowace Junior Thunder with governor Morley Watson, president Cheryl Thomas, general manager Danny McKay and coach Danny McKay and Ken Thomas. Pilot Butte Storm with president Joanne Fiege, general manager Dale Lewgood and coach Chris Lewgood. Regina Capitals with governor and general manager Don Pankewich and coach Rob Dowie and Larry Lolacher. Southern Rebels with president Maurice Simard, general manger Don Gabel and coach Jeff Donnelly.

The executive consisted of president Rory Hoffman, vice president of marketing Bob Dybvig, vice president of finance Darrell Kasper and referee in chief Jason Mercer. Mark Legare was the webmaster and Stan Marlin was the statistician and in charge of media relations.

The Tri Town Thunder set numerous records in the 2009-2010 season. They won 21 consecutive games during the regular season, and had 39 wins and 3 losses for 78 points. They had the most goals for with a total of 235 and the fewest goals against with a record of 83. Their goaltender Theo Thoma set few records, most assists by a goaltender with 4, most shutouts with 5, 49 goals against in 31 games, with a 1.68 goals against average.

The playoffs saw two survivor series one in each Division. In the north the Quakers defeated the Chiefs 3 - 0 in a best of five and in the South the Rebels defeated the Ochapowace Thunder 3 - 1 in a best of five.

The two North Divisional semi finals saw the Tri Town Thunder defeat the Quakers 4 - 1 and the Royals defeat the Icehawks in game seven. The Thunder and Royals met in the North Division final and the Thunder won the series 4 - 1 to capture their first North Division Championship.

The two South Division semi finals saw the Storm defeating the Rebels in four straight games and the Capitals defeating Fort Knox 4 - 2. The Storm met the Capitals in the South Division final and won the series 4 - 0 to capture their third consecutive South Division Championship.

The league final featured the Tri Town Thunder and their southern rivals the Pilot Butte Storm. The Thunder defeated the Storm in the seventh game to win the League Championship and the Provincial Championship.

The Tri Town Thunder represented the PJHL at the Keystone Cup in Kamloops, British Columbia. The Thunder received a silver medal at the Western Canadian Championship.


2010 - 2011 ( FOURTH YEAR )

The PJHL consisted of 12 teams in two Divisions. There were seven teams in the North Division and five teams in the South Division with the Cypress Cyclones from Maple Creek taking a one year leave of absence.

In the North Division were the Delisle Chiefs with president Wes Noon, general manager Gordy Ouellette, governor Geoff Peakman and coach Dave Norris. Prince Albert Icehawks with general manager Allan Pasloski and coach Trevor Gunville. Saskatoon Quakers with governor Len Klassen, president Mike Klassen, coach and general manager Mike Chrun. Saskatoon Royals with president Bill Fitzsimmons, general manager Rob Renneberg and coach Rey Hudson. Saskatoon Westleys with president Don Mantyka, manager Bill Warren and coach Mike Zambon. Tri Town Thunder with president Pat Flegg, general manager Leo Leblanc and coach Randy Cuthill. West Central Rage with president Brad Murphy, general manager Chris Kipling and coach Dean Simpson who was replaced mid-season by Chris Kipling.

In the South Division was Fort Knox with president Jim Williams, general manager and coach Mike Spencer. Ochapowace Junior Thunder with governor Morley Watson, president Cheryl Thomas and coach and general manager Ron Holloway. Pilot Butte Storm with president Dale Lewgood, general manager and coach Chris Lewgood. Regina Capitals with governor Rory Hoffman, general manager Don Pankewich and coach Rob Dowie and Larry Lolacher. Southern Rebels with president Maurice Simard, general manger Don Gabel and coach Jeff Donnelly.

The executive consisted of president Bob Dybvig, vice president of hockey operations Jim Peichel, vice president of finance and marketing Darrell Kasper and referee in chief Jason Mercer. Penny McEwen was the webmaster, statistician and in charge of media relations.

Eric Ditto with Tri Town Thunder was the scoring champion with three records, a record of most points in a season with 83 points consisting of 34 goals and a record 49 assists. Also most power play assists in a season with 21 assists. Tyrel King of the West Central Rage set a record for most penalty minutes by a goaltender in the regular season with 64 minutes.

The playoffs saw two survivor series both in the North Division. The Chiefs defeated the Quakers 3 - 2 in a best of five and the Icehawks defeated the Westleys 3-2 in a best of five.

The two North Divisional semi finals saw the Royals defeat the Icehawks in four straight games and the Tri Town Thunder defeat the Chiefs in four straight games. The Royals met the Tri Town Thunder in the North Division final and won the series 4 - 1 to capture their third North Division Championship.

The two South Division semi finals saw two upsets with the Storm defeating the Knox in four straight games and the Ochapowace Thunder defeating the Capitals in seven games. The Storm met the Ochapowace Thunder in the South Division final and won the series 4 - 1 to capture their fourth consecutive South Division Championship.

The league final featured the Saskatoon Royals and their arch rivals the Pilot Butte Storm. The Storm defeated the Royals in a hard fought series in the seventh game to win the League Championship and the Provincial Championship.

The Storm represented the PJHL at the Keystone Cup in Sherwood Park, Alberta. The Storm received a bronze medal at the Western Canadian Championship.

The 2012 Western Canadian Championship - Keystone Cup was awarded to the Saskatoon Royals. The Championship will feature teams from British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Northwest ern Ontario, Saskatchewan and the Saskatoon Royals. The Keystone Cup is set for April 19, 20, 21 and 22 at Harold Latrace Arena in Saskatoon.


  2011 - 2012 ( FIFTH YEAR )
 
 
The PJHL consisted of 13 teams in two Divisions. There were seven teams in the North Division and six teams in the South Division with the return of the Cypress Cyclones from Maple Creek after a one year leave of absence.
 
In the North Division were the Delisle Chiefs with president Wes Noon, general manager Gordy Ouellette, governor Geoff Peakman and coach Dave Norris. Prince Albert Icehawks with general manager Allan Pasloski and coach Trevor Gunville. Saskatoon Quakers with governor Len Klassen, president Mike Klassen, coach and general manager Mike Chrun. Saskatoon Royals with president Bill Fitzsimmons, general manager Rob Renneberg and coach Rey Hudson. Saskatoon Westleys with president Don Mantyka, coach and general manager Mike Zambon. Tri Town Thunder with president Pat Flegg, general manager Leo Leblanc and coach Randy Cuthill. West Central Rage with president Brad Murphy, general manager Chris Kipling and coach Shane Marsh who was  replaced mid-season by Scott Elstad.
 
In the South Division were the Cypress Cyclones with president and general manager Sean Chapman and coach Al Fournier. Fort Knox with president and general manager Jim Williams, coach Rylan Gebhart and Mark Hartman. Ochapowace Junior Thunder with governor Morley Watson, president Cheryl Thomas, coach and general manager Danny McKay. Regina Capitals with governor Rory Hoffman, general manager Don Pankewich and coach Sandor Jerkovits. Southern Rebels with president Dan Cayer, general manger and coach Jeff Donnelly. Traveland RV Storm with president Dale Lewgood, general manager and coach Chris Lewgood.
 
The executive consisted of president Bob Dybvig, vice president of hockey operations Jim Peichel, vice president of finance and marketing Bill Fitzsimmons and referee in chief Jason Mercer. Penny McEwen was our webmaster, statistician and in charge of media relations.
                                                                                                                                               
The Delisle Chiefs set a PJHL record with 23 consecutive wins in a regular season. Eric Ditto with Delisle Chiefs was the scoring champion with two records, a record of most points in a season with 108 points consisting of 43 goals and a record 65 assists. Derek Gianoli with the Regina Capitals set two scoring records, one for most goals with a total of 45 goals and another for most power play goals of 17 goals in a season. Cam Irwin with the Delisle Chiefs recorded the first goal to be scored by a goaltender in the five year history of the PJHL. Spencer Laycock of the Saskatoon Westleys set a record for most penalty minutes by a goaltender in the regular season with 68 minutes.
 
The playoffs started with two survivor series one in the North Division and one in the South Division. In the North Division the Tri Town Thunder defeated the Prince Albert Icehawks 3 - 2 in the best of five series. In the South Division the Ochapowace Thunder defeated the Regina Capitals 3 - 1 in their best of five. 
 
The two North Division semi finals saw the Delisle Chiefs defeat the Tri Town Thunder in four straight games and the Saskatoon Quakers defeat the Saskatoon Royals 4 games to one. The Chiefs met the Quakers  in the North Division final and won the series 4 - 1 to capture their first North Division Championship.
 
The two South Division semi finals saw Fort Knox defeat the Ochapowace Thunder in four straight games and the Traveland RV Storm defeat the Southern Rebels in four straight games. The Storm met the Knox in the South Division final and won the series in four straight games to capture their fifth consecutive South Division Championship.
 
The league final featured the Chiefs and the Storm. The Storm defeated the Chiefs in an exciting series in five game to win the League Championship and the Provincial Championship.
 
The Traveland RV Storm and the host Saskatoon Royals represented the PJHL at the Keystone Cup in Saskatoon. The Royals finished fourth and the Storm finished sixth at the Western Canadian Championship.
  

 

PJHL 2012-2013  (Sixth Year)
 
The PJHL consisted of 13 teams in two Divisions. There were seven teams in the North Division and six teams in the South Division.
 
In the North Division were the Delisle Chiefs with president Wes Noon, general manager Gordy Ouellette, governor Geoff Peakman and coach Dave Norris. Prince Albert Icehawks with general manager Allan Pasloski, governor Rick Kugker and coach Kim Dryka. Saskatoon Quakers with governor Len Klassen, president Mike Klassen, general manager Mike Chrun and coach Travis Bruce. Saskatoon Royals with president Bill Fitzsimmons, general manager Rob Renneberg and coach Rey Hudson. Saskatoon Westleys with president Don Mantyka, general manager Mike Zambon and coach Tim Ostoforoff. Tri Town Thunder with president Willie Schmidt, general manager Leo Leblanc and coach Randy Cuthill. West Central Rage with governor David Hogg, president Brad Murphy, general manager Chris Kipling and coach Ryan Marushak.
 
In the South Division were the Cypress Cyclones with governor John Andres, general manager Al Fournier and coach Jack Cameron. Fort Knox with president and general manager Jim Williams, governor Jarrod Williams, coach Mark Hartman and Frank Topinka. Ochapowace Junior Thunder with governor Morley Watson, governor Ken Thomas, president Joy Starr, coach and general manager Danny McKay. Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals with governor Jeff MacPherson, general manager Don Pankewich and coach Erik Knudsen. Southern Rebels with president Dan Cayer, general manger and coach Jeff Donnelly. Traveland RV Storm with president Dale Lewgood, general manager and coach Chris Lewgood.
 
The executive consisted of president Bob Dybvig, vice president of hockey operations and web master Jim Peichel, vice president of finance and marketing Bill Fitzsimmons and referee in chief Jason Mercer. Penny McEwen was our statistician and in charge of media relations.
 
Derek Gianoli with the Capitals set a new league record, during his four years in the league he has scored the most goals with a total of 119 goals.
                                                                                               
Zach Fleming with the Rebels was the scoring champion tying two records, he tied Eric Ditto (Chiefs) 2011-2012 record of 65 assists and tied Kirk Klimosko (Royals) 2007-2008 record of most short handed assists of five. Icehawks goalie Tyler Gordon set a new record of 25 losses. Royals goaltender Jay Hudon tied Theo Thoma (Tri Town Thunder) 2009-2010 with the most shut outs of five.
 
The playoffs started with two survivor series both in the North Division. The Delisle Chiefs defeated the Saskatoon Westleys 3 - 0 in the best of five series. In the other series the Tri Town Thunder defeated the West Central Rage 3 - 0 in the best of five series.
 
The two North Division semi finals saw the Saskatoon Royals defeat the Tri Town Thunder in four straight games and the Saskatoon Quakers defeat the Delisle Chiefs 4 games to three. The Royals met the Quakers  in the North Division final and won the series in four straight games to capture their fourth North Division Championship.

 
The two South Division semi finals saw Traveland RV Storm defeat Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals in four straight games and the Southern Rebels defeat Fort Knox four games to three. The Storm met the Rebels in the South Division final and won the series four games to two to capture their sixth consecutive South Division Championship.
 
The league final featured the Royals and the Storm. The Royals defeated the Storm in an exciting series in five game to win the League Championship and the Provincial Championship.
 
The Saskatoon Royals represented the PJHL at the Keystone Cup in St. Malo, Manitoba. The Royals finished with a Silver medal at the Western Canadian Championship.

PJHL 2013-2014  (Seventh Year)

The PJHL adds another team through expansion and increase to14 teams in two Divisions. The Silver Foxes from the Regina area playing out of Pense and Southey in 2013-2014 under the leadership of Rob Dowie, Cody Sauer and Lynda Frasz have become a member of the PJHL in the South Division. There were seven teams in the North Division and seven teams in the South Division.

In the North Division were the Delisle Chiefs with general manager Gordy Ouellette, governor Geoff Peakman and coach Dave Norris. Prince Albert Icehawks with general manager Allan Pasloski, governor Rick Kugker and coach Kim Dryka. Saskatoon Quakers with governor Len Klassen, president Mike Klassen, general manager Mike Chrun and coach Travis Bruce. Saskatoon Royals with president Bill Fitzsimmons, general manager Rob Renneberg and coach
Rey Hudson. Saskatoon Westleys with president Don Mantyka, governor Rick Holtom, general manager and coach Mike Zambon. Tri Town Thunder with president Willie Schmidt, general manager Leo Leblanc and coach Randy Cuthill. West Central Rage with governor David Hogg, president Brad Murphy, general manager and coach Chris Kipling.

In the South Division were the Cypress Cyclones with governor John Andres, general manager Al Fournier and coach Jeremy Allard. Fort Knox with president and general manager Jim Williams, governor Jarrod Williams, coach Mark Hartman. Ochapowace Junior Thunder with governor Morley Watson, president Joy Starr, coach and general manager Evan Taypotat. Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals with general manager Jeff MacPherson, governor Don Pankewich and coach Erik Knudsen. Silver Foxes with coach and general manager Rob Dowie,
coach Cody Sauer and assistant general manager Lynda Frasz, Southern Rebels with president Dan Cayer, general manger and coach Jeff Donnelly and coach Frank Topinka. Traveland RV Storm with president Dale Lewgood, general manager and coach Karl McNish and coach Jim Jasper.

The executive consisted of president Bob Dybvig, vice president of hockey operations and web master Jim Peichel, vice president of finance and marketing Bill Fitzsimmons and director of officials Jason Mercer. Penny McEwen was our statistician and in charge of media relations. Member at large was Stan Marlin.

Goaltender Joshua Switzer with Fort Knox tied Cam Irwin (Delisle Chiefs 2011-2012) a league record of scoring one goal. The Traveland RV Storm set a new record of most goals for in a season of 260 goals.

The playoffs started with two survivor series. In the North Division the West Central Rage defeated the Delisle Chiefs 3 - 0 in the best of five series. In the South Division the Silver Foxes edged out the Regina Capitals 3-2 in the best of five series.

The two North Division semi finals saw the Saskatoon Royals defeat the West Central Rage four games to two and the Saskatoon Quakers defeat the Tri Town Thunder in four straight games.The Royals met the Quakers in the North Division final and the Quakers won the series in four straight games to capture their first North Division Championship.

The two South Division semi finals saw the Traveland RV Storm defeat the Silver Foxes in four straight games and the Southern Rebels defeat Fort Knox four games to three. The Storm met the Rebels in the South Division final and won the series four games to one to capture their seventh consecutive South Division Championship.

The league final featured the Quakers and the Storm. The Quakers defeated the Storm in an exciting series in seven game to win their first League Championship and the Provincial Championship.

The Saskatoon Quakers represented the PJHL at the Keystone Cup in Abbotsford, British Columbia. The Quakers finished fifth at the Western Canadian Championship.


PJHL 2014-2015 Eighth Year

The season started with fourteen team, there were seven teams in the North Division and seven teams in the South Division. In the South Division the Ochapowace Thunder moved their franchise into a fantastic complex at Ochapowace and the Silver Foxes moved their franchise to Regina and played the majority of their games at the Doug Wickenheiser Arena. Unfortunately after eleven games into the season the Cypress Cyclones decided to take a Voluntary Withdrawal from the league.

In the North Division were the Delisle Chiefs with general manager Gordy Ouellette, governor Geoff Peakman and coach Eric Ditto. Prince Albert Icehawks with general manager Allan Pasloski, governor Rick Kugker and coach Kim Dryka. Saskatoon Quakers with governor Len Klassen, president Mike Klassen, general manager Mike Chrun and coach Travis Bruce. Saskatoon Winmar Royals with president Bill Fitzsimmons, general manager Rob Renneberg and coach Rey Hudson. Saskatoon Westleys with president Don Mantyka, governor Rick Holtom, general manager and coach Mike Zambon. Tri Town Thunder with president Perry Williams, governor Henry Weins, general manager and coach Randy Cuthill. West Central Rage with president Brad Murphy, general manager Chris Kipling and coach Jerry Shepherd.

In the South Division were the Cypress Cyclones with president Christine Hoffman, general manager Jack Cameron and coach Brent Castle. Fort Knox with president and general manager Jim Williams, governor and coach Jarrod Williams and coach Craig Geisler. Ochapowace Junior Thunder with general manager Danny McKay, coach Evan Taypotat and coach Taras McEwen. Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals with general manager Jeff MacPherson, governor Don Pankewich and coach Erik Knudsen. Silver Foxes with coach and general manager Rob Dowie, coach Cody Sauer and assistant general manager Lynda Frasz, Southern Rebels with president and general manager Dan Cayer, governor Maurice Simard and coach Kim Waiting. Traveland RV Storm with president and general manager Dale Lewgood, coach Brad Schmidt and coach Blair Wagar.

The executive consisted of president Bob Dybvig, vice president of discipline Gary Orthner, vice president of hockey operations and web master Jim Peichel, vice president of finance and marketing Bill Fitzsimmons and director of officials Jason Mercer. Mark Legare was our statistician and in charge of media relations. Member at large was Stan Marlin.

Goaltender Tyler Gordon with Prince Albert Icehawks set a new record for most penalty minutes for a goaltender of 123 minutes through his five seasons from 2010-2015. Rhett Kehoe with the Saskatoon Quakers set three records in the regular season, most goals with 51 goals, most points with 110 points and most power play assists with 23 assists. The Saskatoon Quakers set a new record of most goals for in a season with 275 goals. In the playoffs Rhett Kehoe with the Saskatoon Quakers tied the record for most points in the playoffs with 26 points. He tied the record held by Eric Ditto of the Delisle Chiefs 2011-12 and Brody Jorgenson of the Saskatoon Royals 2013-14.

The playoffs started with two survivor series. In the North Division the Tri Town Thunder defeated the Saskatoon Westleys 3 - 1 in the best of five series. In the South Division Fort Knox defeated the Regina Silver Foxes 3 - 1 in the best of five series. The two North Division semi finals saw the Saskatoon Quakers defeat the Tri Town Thunder in four straight games and the Saskatoon Royals defeat the Delisle Chiefs four games to one. The Quakers met the Royals in the North Division final and the Quakers won the series four games to one to capture their second consecutive North Division Championship.

The two South Division semi finals saw the Traveland RV Storm defeat Fort Knox four games to one and the Regina Capitals defeat the Southern Rebels four games to two. The Storm met the Capitals in the South Division final and won the series four games to three to capture their eighth consecutive South Division Championship.

The league final featured the Quakers and the Storm. The Quakers defeated the Storm in four straight game to win their second League Championship and the Provincial Championship.
The Saskatoon Quakers represented the PJHL at the Keystone Cup in Cold Lake, Alberta. The Quakers finished with a Bronze Medal at the Western Canadian Championship.


 
PJHL 2015-2016                    Ninth Year
 
The PJHL consisted of 13 teams in two Divisions. There were seven teams in the North Division and six teams in the South Division.
 
In the North Division were the Delisle Chiefs with president Gordy Ouellette, governor Geoff Peakman, general manager Ryan Marushak and coach Eric Ditto. Prince Albert Icehawks with general manager Wayne Mesenchuk, governor Rick Kugker and coach Kim Dryka. Saskatoon AGI Quakers with governor Len Klassen, president Mike Klassen, general manager Mike Chrun and coach Travis Bruce. Saskatoon Winmar Royals with president Bill Fitzsimmons, general manager Rob Renneberg and coach Scott Dutertre. Saskatoon Westleys with president Don Mantyka, governor Rick Holtom, general manager and coach Mike Zambon. Tri Town Thunder with president Perry Williams, governor Carla Shmyr, general manager and coach Randy Cuthill. West Central Rage with president Brad Murphy, general manager and coach Chris Kipling.
 
In the South Division were Fort Knox with president Jim Williams, general manager Jarrod Williams and coach Taras McEwen. Ochapowace Junior Thunder with general manager Danny McKay and coach Marcel Legault. Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals with general manager Jeff MacPherson, governor Don Pankewich and coach Erik Knudsen. Silver Foxes with coach and general manager Rob Dowie, coach Cody Sauer and assistant general manager Lynda Frasz, Southern Rebels with governor Dan Cayer, general manager Spencer Bushell and coach Brett Tiffen. Traveland RV Storm with president and general manager Dale Lewgood, coach Brad Schmidt.
 
The executive consisted of president Bob Dybvig, vice president of discipline Gary Orthner, vice president of hockey operations and web master Jim Peichel, vice president of finance and marketing Bill Fitzsimmons and director of officials Jason Mercer. Mark Legare was our statistician and in charge of media relations. Member at large was Stan Marlin.
           
The Saskatoon AGI Insurance Quakers tied one record in the regular season. They won 23 consecutive games to tie the record held by the Delisle Chiefs of 2011-2102. They set three records in the regular season. They won 38 games out of 40 games, scored 310 goals which is the most goals in a season and only allowed 78 goals which is the fewest goals against in a season. Cody Pettapiece became the first defenceman to capture the Scoring Championship in the nine year history of the PJHL.
 
Dylan Herzberg of the Traveland RV Storm 2012-2016 set a record of 126 goals for the most goals during his four season in the league.
 
Goaltender Tyler Gordon of the Prince Albert Icehawks 2010-2016 set three records during his six seasons in the league. Tyler played in 151 games, played a total of 7672 minutes and accumulated 157 penalty minutes which are all records for a goaltender.
 
 
 


Goaltender Spencer Bomboir scored a goal which tied a record of one goal scored by a goaltender held by Cam Irwin of the Delisle Chiefs 2011-2012 and Joshua Switzer of Fort Knox 2013-2014. 
 
Goaltender Jesse Gooding with Regina Silver Foxes tied the record of most penalty minutes in a season for a goaltender with 68 minutes. He tied the record held by Spencer Laycock of the Saskatoon Westleys 2011-2012.
 
In the playoffs Rhett Kehoe with the Saskatoon Quakers set two records, one for most points in the playoffs with 28 points and one for most power play assists with 12 assists. Rhett also tied the record held by Shane Pickett of the 2012-13 Saskatoon Royals with the most assists in the playoffs with 19 assists. Chris Thorimbert with the Saskatoon Quakers tied a record held by Cody Chewka of the 2009-10 Saskatoon Quakers for most shot handed goal in the playoffs with 3 goals. Stu Symenuk of the Saskatoon Quakers tied five former players with 2 short handed assists in the playoffs. Braydon Rubisch of the Tri Town Thunder tied the most loses in the playoffs with Auston Vargo of the 2010-11 Ochapowace Thunder with seven losses. Carson Bogdan of the Regina Capitals and Braydon Rubisch tied the record of most shut outs in the playoffs of two shut outs with Mark Smith of the 2010-11 Storm and Eric Williams of the 2013-14 Storm.
 
The playoffs started with two survivor series. Both survivor series took place in the North Division. In Series A the Tri Town Thunder defeated West Central Rage in three straight games  in the best of five series. In Series B the Saskatoon Westleys defeated the Saskatoon Royals three games to two in the best of five series.
 
The two North Division semi finals saw the Saskatoon Quakers defeat the Saskatoon Westleys four games to one and the Tri Town Thunder defeat the Delisle Chiefs four games to three. The Quakers met the Thunder in the North Division final and the Quakers won the series four straight games to capture their third consecutive North Division Championship.
 
The two South Division semi finals saw the Regina Capitals  defeat Fort Knox in four straight games and the Southern Rebels defeat the Traveland RV Storm four games to one. The Capitals met the Rebels in the South Division final and the Regina Capitals won the series four games to one to capture their first South Division Championship.
 
The league final featured the Quakers and the Capitals. The Quakers defeated the Capitals in four straight game to win their third League Championship and the Provincial Championship.
 
The Saskatoon Quakers and the Regina Capitals represented the PJHL at the Keystone Cup in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Quakers finished with a Silver Medal and the Capitals finished fourth at the Western Canadian Championship.
 
PJHL 2016-2017 Tenth Year


The PJHL consisted of 12 teams in two Divisions. There were seven teams in the North Division
and five teams in the South Division. The Ochapowace Thunder were granted a Leave of
Absence for the 2016-2017 hockey season.


In the North Division were the Carrot River Outback Thunder formerly the Tri Town Thunder
with president Parry Williams, governor Pat Flegg, governor Dean Hardy, general manager and
coach Trevor Logan. Delisle Chiefs with governor Gordy Ouellette, governor Wes Noon, general
manager Ryan Marushak and coach Eric Ditto. The Prince Albert Titans formerly the Prince
Albert Icehawks with general manager Wayne Mesenchuk, governor Rick Kugker and coach
Kim Dryka. Saskatoon AGI Insurance Quakers with governor Len Klassen, president Mike
Klassen, general manager Mike Chrun and coach Travis Bruce. Saskatoon Royals with president
Bill Fitzsimmons, general manager Rob Renneberg and coach Brett Parker. Saskatoon Westleys
with president Don Mantyka, governor Rick Holtom, general manager and coach Mike Zambon.
West Central Rage with president Brad Murphy, vice president Dan Cholin, general manager and
coach Chris Kipling.


In the South Division were Fort Knox with president Jim Williams, general manager Jarrod
Williams and coach Randy Cuthill. Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals with general manager Jeff
MacPherson, governor Don Pankewich and coach Erik Knudsen. Regina Silver Foxes with coach
and general manager Rob Dowie, coach Cody Sauer and assistant general manager Lynda Frasz,
Southern Rebels with governor Dan Cayer, general manager Spencer Bushell and coach Brett
Tiffen. Traveland RV Storm with president and general manager Dale Lewgood, governor Brad
Schmidt and coach Jim Jasper.


The executive consisted of president Bob Dybvig, vice president of discipline Gary Orthner, vice
president of hockey operations and web master Jim Peichel, vice president of finance and
marketing Bill Fitzsimmons and director of officials Dallas Davison. Mark Legare was our
statistician and in charge of media relations. Member at large was Stan Marlin.


Matt Mitchell of the West Central Rage 2011-2017 set an all time record for the most games
played during the regular season by a player with a total of 200 games in the PJHL.
Tyrell Pompu of the Tri Town Thunder 2012-2016 and the Saskatoon AGI Insurance Quakers
2016-2017 has set three all time records, most goals with 139, most assists with 187 and a total
of 326 points during his 190 games in the league.
Braden Oleksyn of the Saskatoon AGI Insurance Quakers set four records with the most goals
with 58, most assists with 79, most total points with 137 and most power play assists with 26 in
forty games during the 2016-2017 season.
In the playoffs Cody Hegion of the Regina Capitals set two records, one for most goals in the
playoffs with 21 goals and one for most power play goals with 11 goals. Braden Oleksyn of the
Saskatoon Quakers set one new record with most assists in the playoffs with 21 assists. Cody
Hegion and Braden Oleksyn set and share a record for most points in the playoffs with 33 points.


The playoffs started with two survivor series. In the North Division, Carrot River Outback
Thunder defeated the West Central Rage two games to one in the best of three series.

In the
South Division, Fort Knox defeated the Regina Silver Foxes in two straight games in the best of
three series.

The two North Division semi finals saw the Saskatoon Quakers defeat the Carrot River Outback
Thunder four games to one and the Saskatoon Westleys defeat the Delisle Chiefs in four straight
games. The Quakers met the Westleys in the North Division final and the Quakers won the series
four games to one to capture their fourth consecutive North Division Championship.


The two South Division semi finals saw the Regina Capitals defeat Fort Knox four games to one
and the Traveland RV Storm defeat the Southern Rebels four games to three. The Capitals met
the Storm in the South Division final and the Regina Capitals won the series in four straight
games to capture their second consecutive South Division Championship.


The league final featured the Quakers and the Capitals. The Capitals defeated the Quakers four
games to two to win their first League Championship and the Provincial Championship..


The Regina Capitals represented the PJHL at the Keystone Cup in Arborg, Manitoba. The
Capitals finished with a Bronze Medal at the Western Canadian Championship.

 

PJHL 2017-2018 Eleventh Year

There was a different look in the PJHL this season as the Divisions were renamed. The North Division was changed to the Bob Dybvig Division (long time President of the PJHL and NSJHL), and the South Division was changed to the Bill Johnston Division (founder of the SSJHL).

The Dybvig Division consisted of the Carrot River Outback Thunder-GM/Head Coach Trevor Logan, Delisle Chiefs-GM Ryan Marushak, HC Eric Ditto, Prince Albert Titans-GM Wayne Mesenchuk, HC Kim Dryka, AGI Insurance Quakers-GM Mike Chrun, HC Travis Bruce, Saskatoon Royals-GM Rob Renneberg, HC Brett Parker, Saskatoon Westleys-GM Jay Okrainetz, HC Tim Trapp, West Central Rage-GM/HC Chris Kipling (Kipling resigned midseason and Justin Haugen and Scott Butters took over).

The Johnston Division consisted of Fort Knox-GM Jarrod Williams, HC Randy Cuthill, Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals-GM/Head Coach Scott Kreutzer, Regina Silver Foxes-GM/HC Rob Dowie, Traveland RV Storm-GM Dale Lewgood, HC Karl McNish, Southern Rebels-GM Brett Tiffen, HC Al Sinclair.

The Executive consisted of President Mike Zambon, Vice President of Discipline Mike Zambon, Vice President of Finance Bob Dybvig, Vice President of Hockey Operations Mark Legare, Director of Officials Dallas Davison, Webmaster and Statistician Jim Peichel.

The regular season Pennant winners were the AGI Insurance Quakers and the Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals.

In survivor series A the West Central Rage defeated the Saskatoon Royals two games to none.

In survivor series B the Carrot River Outback Thunder defeated the Saskatoon Westleys two games to one.

In the Dybvig Division Semi-Finals the AGI Insurance Quakers defeated the Carrot River Outback Thunder four games to two and the Delisle Chiefs defeated the West Central Rage four games to two.

In the Johnston Division Semi-Finals the Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals defeated the Southern Rebels four games to none and the Traveland RV Storm defeated  Fort Knox four games to three.

The Dybvig Division Final was won by the Delisle Chiefs over the AGI Insurance Quakers four games to two.

The Johnston Division Final was won by the Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals defeated the Traveland RV Storm four games to one.

In the PJHL President’s Cup Final the Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals defeated the Delisle Chiefs four games to one.

During this playoff season, Bryadon Delorme of the Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals overtook Sean Delwo for most career PJHL Playoff points with 80.

 

PJHL 2018-2019 Twelfth Year

The PJHL consisted of 12 teams in two Divisions.  There were seven teams in the Bob Dybvig Division and five teams in the Bill Johnston Division.

The Dybvig Division consisted of Carrot River Outback Thunder-GM/Head Coach Trevor Logan, Delisle Chiefs-GM Ryan Marushak, HC Eric Ditto, Prince Albert Titans-GM Wayne Mesenchuk, HC Kim Dryka, Saskatoon Quakers-GM Mike Chrun, HC Travis Bruce, Saskatoon Royals-GM Rob Renneberg, HC Kevin Clark, Saskatoon Westleys-GM Jay Okrainetz, HC Tim Trapp, West Central Rage-GM/HC Scott Butters.

The Johnston Division consisted of Fort Knox-GM Jarrod Williams, HC Kyle Pfeifer, Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals-GM/HC Scott Kreutzer, Regina Silver Foxes-GM/HC Rob Dowie, Traveland RV Storm-GM Dale Lewgood, HC Cory Unser, Southern Rebels-GM Brett Tiffen, HC Al Sinclair.

The Executive consisted of President Mike Zambon, Vice President of Discipline Mike Zambon, Vice President of Finance Bob Dybvig, Vice President of Hockey Operations Mark Legare, Director of Officials Dallas Davison, Webmaster and Statistician Jim Peichel.

The regular season Pennant winners were the Delisle Chiefs (Dybvig Division) and the Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals (Johnston Division).

In Survivor Series A the Saskatoon Royals defeated the West Central Rage 2 games to 1.

In Survivor Series B the Southern Rebels defeated the Regina Silver Foxes 2 games to 1.

In the Dybvig Division Semi Finals the Delisle Chiefs defeated the Saskatoon Royals 4 games to 0 and the Saskatoon Quakers defeated the Saskatoon Westleys 4 games to 0.

In the Johnston Division Semi Finals the Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals defeated the Southern Rebels 4 games to 0, and the Fort Knox defeated the Traveland RV Storm 4 games to 0.

In the Dybvig Division Final the Saskatoon Quakers defeated the Delisle Chiefs 4 games to 1.

In the Johnston Division Final the Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals defeated Fort Knox 4 games to 0.

In the PJHL President’s Cup Final the Extreme Hockey Regina Capitals defeated the Saskatoon Quakers 4 games to 0.

TEAM GP W L T OL TP
Quakers 19 17 2 0 0 34
Royals 21 11 10 0 0 22
Chiefs 16 9 6 0 1 19
Thunder 22 9 12 0 1 19
Titans 22 8 11 0 3 19
Westleys 20 8 12 0 0 16
Rage 22 4 16 0 2 10
TEAM GP W L T OL TP
Capitals 19 18 1 0 0 36
Fort Knox 21 17 4 0 0 34
Storm 21 9 11 0 1 19
Rebels 19 7 10 0 2 16
Silver Foxes 20 4 16 0 0 8
COMPLETE STANDINGS