WESTERN CANADA HOCKEY EXPOSURE CAMP MAY 6-8, 2022
Founded in 1987, the HJHL has 16 teams located in Central and Southern Alberta. 8 teams play in the North Division and 6 teams play in the South Division. League champions are the Airdrie Thunder.
Airdrie Thunder Coaldale Copperheads
Mountainview Colts Cochrane Generals
Ponoka Stampeders Lomond Lakers
Red Deer Vipers Medicine Hat Cubs
Rocky Rams Okotoks Bisons
Stettler Lightning Strathmore Wheatland Kings
Sylvan Lake Wranglers High River Flyers
Three Hills Thrashers Kainai Junior Braves
While there have been no players that we are aware of that have made an NCAA commitment directly from the HJHL, there are a handful of players that have gone on to play in the ACHA.
Almost all of the players playing in the HJHL are from Alberta, and most players are from in or around the team they play for. This is a great league for Midget AA players wishing to stay home and work or go to school.
Founded originally as the West Kootenay Junior Hockey League in 1966, the league has grown into the Kootenay Junior Hockey League. There are currently 20 teams in the league. 5 teams in the Eddie Mountain Division; 5 teams in the Neil Murdoch Division; 5 teams in the Doug Birks Division; and 5 teams in the Bill Ohlhausen Division. League champions are the Revelstoke Grizzlies. The Grizzlies also won the Cyclone Taylor Cup which is awarded to the winner of the annual tournament amongst the champions of the three Junior B leagues in British Columbia.
Columbia Valley Rockies Beaver Valley Nitehawks
Creston Valley Thundercats Castlegar Rebels
Fernie Ghostriders Grand Forks Border Bruins
Golden Rockets Nelson Leafs
Kimberley Dynamiters Spokane Braves
100 Mile House Wranglers Kelowna Chiefs
Chase Heat Okanagan Knights
Kamloops Storm Osoyoos Coyotes
Sicamous Eagles Princeton Posse
Revelstoke Grizzlies Summerland Steam
While there aren't many players that make an NCAA commitment out of the KIJHL, there are many players that move on to the the BCHL and other leagues that do make an NCAA commitment. There are a few players that will commit to the BCIHL and the ACHA directly from the KIJHL.
This is a great league for Midget AA and Midget Varsity players. Over the years, more and more Junior A teams in the SJHL and MJHL are looking to recruit players from the KIJHL. A lot of players from Alberta move to play in the KIJHL.
Founded in 1990, the NEAJHL has 7 teams located in North Eastern Alberta. The Wainwright Bisons are the current champions, and have one the title the last 4 years. The Cold Lake Ice had one the title the 5 years before.
Cold Lake Ice
Lac La Biche Clippers
Killam Wheat Kings
St. Paul Canadiens
Unfortunately, there aren't many college commitments that are made from players playing in the NEAJHL.
Most teams are really local teams. However, there are a couple of teams that do recruit from outside of the area. Both the Wainwright Bisons and the St. Paul Canadiens recruit from outside the area.
Founded in 1995, the NWJHL has 6 teams located in Northern Alberta and British Columbia. There are 4 teams in Alberta and 2 teams in British Columbia. Each of the 6 teams have won the league championship at least once. The Fort St. John Huskies have won the league championship 7 times. The current league champions are the Fort St. John Huskies, having won the title in 2018 and 2019.If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.
Dawson Creek Jr. Canucks
Fort St. John Huskies
Grande Prairie JDA Kings
North Peace Navigators
While there haven't been any NCAA Division 1 commitments, and no recent NCAA Division 3 commitments, there have been a few recent ACHA 2 commitments.
Some teams are really local teams. Other teams do recruit from outside of the area. The Dawson Creek Jr. Canucks are one team that recruits from outside of the area.
The VIJHL has 9 teams playing on Vancouver Island. There are 9 teams in the VIJHL. 4 teams in the North Island Division and 5 teams in the South Division. The mission statement of the league is to provide a highly competitive, highly entertaining brand of junior hockey that affords the opportunity for our players, coach and officials to compete, grow and develop. The vision statement of the league is the ultimate aim is to develop more than hockey players; we are looking to have these young men develop the life skills necessary to grow into successful and productive members of our communities.
Campbell River Storm Victoria Cougars
Oceanside Generals Westshore Wolves
Comox Valley Glacier Kings Kerry Park Islanders
Nanaimo Bucaneers Saanich Predators
While there aren't many players that make an NCAA commitment out of the VIJHL, there are players that move on to Junior A leagues.
Most players playing in the VIJHL are from British Columbia; however there are a few teams that recruit players from outside of British Columbia.