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Island Junior Hockey League

Island Junior Hockey League
Membership Hockey PEI
Founded 1996
Don Johnson Cups 3
First Champion Sherwood Falcons (1997)
Current Champion Kensington Vipers (2015)
Website IJHL.com

The Island Junior Hockey League is a Junior "B" ice hockey league in Prince Edward Island, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Canada.

History

Since being founded in 1996, the IJHL has been strictly a Junior "B" League—one tier below the Maritime Junior A Hockey League and two tiers below the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League which both draw from the same region.

The IJHL shares its name with the former Junior "A" league that played in the same region, the Island Junior Hockey League.

In 2002, the O'Leary Eagles won the Don Johnson Cup as Maritime Junior B champions. Nine years later, in 2011, the Kensington Vipers repeated the act as Maritime Champions. The Don Johnson Cup has been generally dominated by the Nova Scotia Junior B Hockey League.

Teams

Team Centre
Kensington Vipers Kensington
Montague Maniacs Montague
Sherwood Falcons Sherwood
Western Red Wings Tyne Valley

Champions

Modern Jr. B Era

1997 Sherwood Falcons
1998 Kings County Sharks
1999 Kings County Sharks
2000 Summerside Red Wings
2001 Sherwood Falcons
2002 O'Leary Eagles
2003 Sherwood Falcons
2004 Kensington Vipers
2005 Kensington Vipers
2006 Sherwood Falcons
2007 Kensington Vipers
2008 Kensington Vipers
2009 Sherwood Falcons
2010 Kensington Vipers
2011 Kensington Vipers
2012 Kensington Vipers
2013 Kensington Vipers
2014 Kensington Vipers
2015 Kensington Vipers

Former Member Teams

See also

External links

  • IJHL Website


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