Canadian junior hockey announces new playoff format

The Canadian Junior Hockey League is pleased to announce a new regional playoff format for its four western provinces beginning in 2013.

  • Jan. 16, 2012 11:00 a.m.

The Canadian Junior Hockey League is pleased to announce a new regional playoff format for its four western provinces beginning in 2013.  The British Columbia Hockey League, Alberta Junior Hockey League, Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and Manitoba Junior Hockey League will move to a five-team tournament and crown the first-ever Western Canadian Champion.

The Western Canadian Championship will include a host team and the champion from each of the four western leagues. The 13-game tournament will include a round-robin schedule followed by two semifinal games and a championship game.  The Western Canadian Champion and the runner-up will both represent Western Canada at the RBC Cup National Junior A Championship.

The Nanaimo Clippers will host the first ever WCC in 2013. Check Wednesday’s issue of the Western News for more on this story.

 

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