Hockey Calgary

Hockey Calgary is the governing body for ice hockey in the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada at the Junior "B", Junior "C", and Minor levels.[1] The organization is a subsection of Hockey Alberta and Hockey Canada.


The following community associations are member associations of Hockey Calgary:[2]

  • Blackfoot (serving the southeast)
  • Bow River Bruins (serving the northwest)
  • Bow Valley (serving the southeast)
  • Crowfoot (serving the northwest)
  • Glenlake Hawks (serving the majority of the southwest)
  • Knights Hockey Club (Midnapore/Lake Bonavista Merge) (Serving Northeast/southeast)
  • Midnapore Mavericks (serving the southeast)
  • Northwest Warriors (serving the majority of the northwest)
  • Saints (serving the northeast)
  • Simons Valley (serving the northwest)
  • Southwest (merger between Southland and Shaw Meadows - serving the southwest)
  • Springbank (serving areas just outside city limits)
  • Trails West Wolves (serving the southwest)

Calgary Junior Hockey LeagueEdit

The Calgary Junior Hockey League is a Junior "B" league. The league competes against the different Junior "B" leagues in Alberta for the Alberta Provincial Junior B Hockey Championship. The winner of the provincial will compete against the champions of the British Columbia Amateur Hockey Association, Saskatchewan Hockey Association, Hockey Manitoba, and Hockey Northwestern Ontario for the Keystone Cup—the Western Canadian Jr. B Crown.

Calgary Junior C Hockey LeagueEdit

The Calgary Junior "C" League is run out of the different city centres in Calgary. The champion and two runners-up compete against the top three teams of the Noralta Junior Hockey League for the Provincial Junior "C" title.


  • Airdrie Dragons
  • Blackfoot Chiefs
  • Chestermere Lakers
  • Northwest Warriors Wolf Pack
  • McKnight Mustangs
  • Simons Valley Storm
  • Southside Thunder
  • Southwest
  • Springbank Rockies
  • Trails West Wolves


Season Champion[3] Finalist Provincial 'C' Winner
1989 Seven Clubs Midnapore
1990 Seven Clubs Properties
1991 Midnapore Properties
1994 Seven Clubs Glenlake
1995 Glenlake Crowchild Blackhawks
1996 Calgary North Central Crowchild Blackhawks Sexsmith Vipers
1997 Calgary North Central Southland Southland
1998 Crowchild Blackhawks Seven Clubs none
1999 Calgary North Central Crowchild Blackhawks none
2000 Southside Seven Clubs Oyen Bees
2001 Properties Southside none
2002 Airdrie Crowchild Blackhawks none
2003 Airdrie Springbank Rockies Springbank Rockies
2004 Springbank Rockies Southside Devils Springbank Rockies
2005 Blackfoot Chiefs Springbank Rockies Edmonton Oil Kings (NJHL)
2006 Springbank Rockies Southside Stingers Edmonton Oil Kings (NJHL)
2007 Springbank Rockies Trails West Wolves Edmonton Oil Kings (NJHL)
2008 Southside Thunder Airdrie Sherwood Park Renegades (NJHL)
2009 Crowchild Blackhawks Southside Thunder Edmonton Ice (NJHL)
2010 Crowchild Blackhawks Southside Thunder Seera Icemen (NJHL)
2011 Springbank Rockies Crowchild Blackhawks Beaumont Braves (NJHL)
2012 Springbank Rockies Southside Thunder Edmonton Avalanche (NJHL)
2013 Springbank Rockies Crowchild Blackhawks Edmonton Avalanche (NJHL)
2014 Springbank Rockies Southside Predators Edmonton Avalanche (NJHL)
2015 Northwest Warriors Wolf Pack Trails West Wolves Edmonton Avalanche (NJHL)
2016 Springbank Rockies Blackfoot Chiefs Edmonton Avalanche (NJHL)
2017 Trails West Wolves Blackfoot Chiefs NEZ North Stars (NJHL)
2018 Northwest Warriors Bow Valley Flames Sherwood Park Renegades (NJHL)
2019 Springbank Rockies Simons Valley Storm Edmonton Avalanche (NJHL)

Former/Inactive TeamsEdit

  • McKnight Mustangs (inactive 2017-18 season)
  • Seven Clubs
  • Saints (inactive 2016-17 season)
  • Midnapore/Lake Bonivista merge 2019/2020

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Playoff Results" (pdf). Hockey Calgary. pp. 1–26. Retrieved September 2, 2015.
  2. ^
  3. ^ "Playoff Results" (pdf). Hockey Calgary. pp. 1–26. Retrieved September 2, 2015.

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