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North Winnipeg Satelites
1983, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 2002, 2003, 2006
Baldy Northcott Trophy Winner- Manitoba Junior B Provincial Championship
1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 2006
The North Winnipeg Satelites Junior Hockey Club are members of the Keystone Junior Hockey League.
The KJHL is a ten team Junior B hockey league operating in the province of Manitoba and sanctioned
by Hockey Canada.
League members also include the Selkirk Fishermen, St. Malo Warriors, Peguis Juniors, Norway House
Northstars, Arborg Ice Dawgs, Lundar Falcons, OCN STORM, Fisher River Hawks and the Cross Lake
The winner of the KJHL League Championship earns the right to compete in the Keystone Cup,
the Western Canadian Junior B Hockey Championship against the provincial Jr. B champions from B.C.,
Alberta, Saskatchewan and Northwestern Ontario.
The Satelites are a non-profit organization and are operated by a small staff of volunteers.
Since 1980 the Satelites have been providing an opportunity for young men to continue playing
hockey at a high level. We encourage all players to develop, and take pride in those who move on to the
next level in their hockey careers while continuing their education or getting started in the workforce.
Our players are between the ages of 16-21 and our home rink is the Billy Mosienko Arena located at 709 Keewatin Street.
Allan Cup Alumni:
Southeast Prairie Thunder - 2015 Champions
Steve Christie, Goaltender: MVP & All-Star
About the KJHL:
The Keystone Junior Hockey League, (formerly the Manitoba Junior B Hockey League), is a Junior B
league currently made up of 10 teams in Manitoba, Canada and sanctioned by Hockey Canada. The KJHL
regular season runs from October to February, with playoffs starting after the end of the regular season.
The league champion is awarded the Baldy Northcott Trophy and represents Manitoba at the Western
Canadian Junior B Championship to compete for the Keystone Cup.
The 2017 Keystone Cup will be hosted in Arborg, Manitoba by the Arborg Ice Dawgs of the Keystone
Junior Hockey League