Highway Hockey League Fall Meeting

October 6th, 2015....The Highway Hockey League Fall Meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 13th in Starsbourg at 7:00 p.m. The Agenda contains items that are required to be discussed prior to our 2015-16 season as per our Constitution, our 50th Anniversary plans and final scheduling.

President's Update - March 31st, 2015

Bethune Bulldogs 2015 Robert Schultz Trophy Champions

Bethune Bulldogs 2015 Robert Schultz Trophy Champions

Bethune 2015 HHL Champions...fall to Lanigan in game three of Provincial 'A' final...


The Bethune Bulldogs defeated the defending HHL Champions, Wynyard Monarchs, 3-2 on Wednesday evening in front of a packed house in Bethune. The Bulldogs won the Robert Schultz trophy final three games to two. This was the first championship win for the Bulldogs since they rejoined the Highway Hockey League. Bethune joined our league in the second year of play in the 1968-69 season and left our league in the 80’s. Bethune won the championship in 1972 and 1974 so it has been 41 years since their last sip of the cup. Since returning to the league in 2000 the Bulldogs have made the final three times and each time they have faced the Wynyard Monarchs. They lost to the Monarchs in 2008 and 2014 before winning this year on their third try.


President's Update - March 24th, 2015

Michael Jordan 2014-15 MVP & MVP Local in HHL….

Michael Jordan of the Raymore Rockets is taking some hardware home as he has been announced as the Highway Hockey League Most Valuable player in 2014-15. He was also named the winner of the Eckdahl-Jenkins Most Valuable Player Local Award. In addition to winning these two trophies, Michael is sharing the Tyson Sievert HHL Scoring Champion trophy with Brett Leffler as both players recorded 40 points this year. Jordan was also named to the All-Star team as the all-star Center in the HHL.

Travis Orr of the Cupar Canucks is the winner of the Stats-Trott Award for rookie of the Year in the HHL. Orr recorded 11 goals and 15 assists in 17 games this year.

The winner of the HHL Most Sportsmanlike Player Award is Chad Filteau of the Cupar Canucks.

The Ken Hale Memorial Award for Manager of the Year goes to Garnet Hubick of the Strasbourg Maroons. The Lynwood Miller Coach of the Year Award goes to Tayler Jordan from the Wynyard Monarchs.

This year’s All-Star team is comprised of six players from five different teams:

Goaltender:       David Perkin, Wynyard Monarchs

Defenceman:    Russ Nielson, Bethune Bulldogs

Defenceman:    Eric Schultz, Strasbourg Maroons


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