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Friday 4 June 2021
2021 MJHL Player Showcase to be held in Portage la Prairie this November; Niverville awarded MJHL expansion franchise for 2022/23 season
The Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) is excited to announce that the 2021 MJHL Player Showcase will take place November 22-24 at Stride Place in Portage la Prairie.
The Showcase will feature all 12 MJHL teams in one location over three days with each team playing two highly competitive regular season games during the high-performance event.
“We are extremely excited for the 2021 edition of the MJHL Showcase after not being able to host the event last season,” shared MJHL Commissioner, Kevin Saurette. “For our elite athletes, these games are a very important step in attracting the attention of the many NCAA, Major Junior, University, NHL and NHL Central Scouting scouts & coaches that will be attending from across North America. ”
“For both fans of the MJHL and the game of hockey, this event is a great way to watch a variety of high-caliber hockey games, while enjoying the many comforts and amenities that Stride Place has to offer. The timing of the event will allow teams and players the ability to be in mid-season form so that they are best prepared to showcase themselves positively,” Saurette concluded.
Please stay tuned for further exciting 2021/22 season announcements to come.
(MJHL Press Release)
Niverville awarded MJHL expansion franchise for 2022/23 season
The Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) Board of Governors announced today (Fri) that it has granted an expansion franchise to operate in Niverville, MB.
The new MJHL member will play its inaugural season from the brand new Niverville Community Resource and Recreation Centre starting in the 2022-2023 campaign.
“Niverville is recognized as one of the fastest growing communities in the province and the MJHL is thrilled to bring a new organization into this community, while adding another first-class, state of the art facility to our League,” said MJHL Commissioner, Kevin Saurette.