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North Winnipeg Satelites 

Founded 1980

Capital Region Junior Hockey League est. 2018

The North Winnipeg Satelites as well as five other teams, all former members of the KJHL, have

combined to form a new Jr. B hockey league based in Southern Manitoba. The Selkirk Fishermen,

St. Malo Warriors, Arborg Ice Dawgs the Lundar Falcons the Satelites and most recently the Beausejour Comets

 united to form the


The Capital Region Junior Hockey League is a Junior B hockey league in Southern Manitoba, sanctioned by Hockey Canada and Hockey Manitoba.  The league provides an opportunity for players aged 16-21 years old to play competitive hockey, while still allowing them to attend school or work.

The league consists of six teams all within a certain radius around Winnipeg.  The six teams include the Arborg Ice Dawgs, Lundar Falcons, North Winnipeg Satelites, Selkirk Fishermen and St. Malo Warriors and new in 2022, the Beausejour Comets.

The teams play a 30 game schedule from October to February and compete for the league championship.  All teams will make the playoffs, with the 4th, 5th, and 6th  place teams playing in a round robin survivor series.  The winner will go on to play the 1st place team, with 2nd playing the 3rd place team.



KJHL Championships

1983, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 2002, 2003, 2006

Baldy Northcott Trophy Winner-

Manitoba Junior B Provincial Championship

1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 2006

Manitoba Hockey Representatives

1983 Canada Winter Games: Saguenay/Lac-St. Jean, Quebec

Head Coach-Rod Gluck

 Manager-Walter Prout

 Captain-Curtis Houston

Won the Bronze Medal at the 1997 Western Canada Jr. Championship



NHL Alumni: 

Frank Bialowas

Former Member, North Winnipeg Satelites


Allan Cup Alumni:

Steve Christie, Southeast Prairie Thunder - 2015 Champions

Steve Christie, Goaltender: MVP & All-Star