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Keystone Cup Winners - Western Jr B Championship

Keystone Cup Winners - Western Jr B Championship

The Keystone Cup is the Junior “B” ice hockey championship and trophy for Western Canada. The Championship is the culmination of the champions of leagues in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Northwestern Ontario.

The Keystone Cup got its name from the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba. The original tournament took place in 1983 in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba and was won by the Selkirk Fisherman of the Keystone Junior Hockey League. The alternate arena at the tournament was the Keystone Centre and the trophy awarded to the championship was nicknamed after it.

The championship is determined through a round robin of the winner of the Cyclone Taylor Cup in British Columbia, the Alberta Provincial Junior B Hockey Championship, the Saskatchewan Provincial Junior B Hockey Championship, the Keystone Junior Hockey League, and the Thunder Bay Junior B Hockey League. In previous years, the winner of the Keystone Jr. B League would have had to go through the Manitoba Provincial Junior B Hockey Championship, but in 2004 their only competition, the Northwest Junior Hockey League, folded. The same thing happened in Northwestern Ontario and also Saskatchewan.

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Keystone Cup Winners - Western Jr B Championship

Keystone Cup Winners - Western Jr B Championship

Year
Champions
Location
 
1982 - 83
Selkirk Fisherman
Portage, MAN
1983 - 84
Portage Terriers
Schreiber, ONT
1984 - 85
Vermilion Tigers
Winnipeg, SASK
1985 - 86
Vermilion Tigers
Nipawin, SASK
1986 - 87
Calgary Bruins
Vermilion, AB
1987 - 88
Warman Valley Crusaders
Saskatoon, SASK
1988 - 89
Columbia Valley Rockies
Gimli, MAN
1989 - 90
Columbia Valley Rockies
Invermere, B.C.
1990 - 91
Kinistino Tigers
Stony Plain, AB
1991 - 92
Kinistino Tigers
Kinistino, SASK
1992 - 93
Lloydminster Bandits
Selkirk, MAN
1993 - 94
Kinistino Tigers
Thunder Bay, ONT
1994 - 95
Lloydminster Bandits
Lloydminster, AB
1995 - 96
Assiniboia Southern Rebels
Sicamous, B.C.
1996 - 97
Grenfell Storm
Grenfell, SASK
1997 - 98
Ridge Meadows Flames
North Winnipeg, MAN
1998 - 99
Fort William Hurricanes
Thunder Bay, ONT
1999 - 2000
Edmonton River Kings
Airdrie, AB
2000 - 01
Assiniboia Southern Rebels
Maple Ridge, B.C.
2001 - 02
Sicamous Eagles
Assiniboia, SASK
2002-03 Assiniboia Southern Rebels Portage la Prairie, Manitoba
2003-04 Regina Capitals Schreiber, Ont
2004-05 Osoyoos Storm Medicine Hat, AB
2005-06 Red Deer Vipers Campbell River, BC
2006-07 Saskatoon Royals (NSJHL) Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan
2007-08 Sherwood Park Knights (CapJHL) Selkirk, Manitoba