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WJHL | Tri-Cities News & Weather

WJHL.com is the source for breaking local, weather and sports news in the Tri-Cities, TN/VA region.

Western Canada Junior Hockey League history and statistics at ...

WCJHL History. The WCJHL was formed in the summer of 1948 when junior hockey clubs from Saskatchewan and Alberta joined together to form a league with a higher level of competition than their respective provincial leagues. The initial teams were the Moose Jaw Canucks and Regina Pats from the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, and the Medicine ...

Western Canada Junior Hockey League (1949-56) | Ice Hockey ...

The Western Canada Junior Hockey League was a Junior A hockey league that played in the Canadian provinces of Alberta & Saskatchewan from 1948-49 through 1955-56. It had no direct connection to the Western Canada Junior Hockey League that started play in the late 1960's. Its teams were eligible for the Memorial Cup. This league was formed in the 1948-49 season. The Moose Jaw Canucks and Regina ...

Western Canada Junior Hockey League (WCJHL) on StatsCrew.com

WCJHL Yearly Standings WCJHL Yearly Leaders. WCJHL Teams. Billings Bighorns (1977 - 1981) Brandon Wheat Kings (1967 - 2019) Calgary Buffaloes (1966) Calgary Centennials (1968 - 1976) Calgary Centennials (1967) Calgary Hitmen (1995 - 2019) Calgary Wranglers (1977 - 1986) Chilliwack Bruins (2006 - 2010) Edmonton Ice (1996 - 1997) Edmonton Oil ...

Western Hockey League - Wikipedia

On June 10, 1968, the WCJHL announced a name change to the Western Canada Hockey League (WCHL), and that it was leaving the CAHA to affiliate with the rival Canadian Hockey Association (CHA). Hunter became chairman of the board for the WCHL, and Ron Butlin became president of the WCHL and the CHA.

Medicine Hat Tigers hockey team [WCJHL] statistics and ...

Medicine Hat Tigers Statistics and History [WCJHL] Leagues -> WCJHL -> Medicine Hat Tigers. The Medicine Hat Tigers were a Canadian Junior A hockey team based in Medicine Hat, ALTA playing in the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1948 to 1956. The team played in the Medicine Hat Gardens.

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1967–68 WCHL season - Wikipedia

1967–68 WCHL season. The 1967–68 WCJHL season was the second season of the Western Canada Junior Hockey League (WCJHL). The league adopted its new name after being known as the Canadian Major Junior Hockey League in its first season. Eleven teams completed a 60 game season, with the Estevan Bruins winning the President's Cup .

Bobby Clarke Stats and News | NHL.com

WCJHL First All-Star Team (1968, 1969) WCJHL Player of the Year (1969) NHL Second All-Star Team (1973, 1974) NHL First All-Star Team (1975, 1976)