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The Anavet Cup is a yearly playoff series between the Turnbull Cup Champions of Manitoba and the Credential Cup Champions from Saskatchewan. In it’s beginning, starting in 1971, the Anavet Cup winner advanced to the Abbott Cup for the Western Canadian Junior ‘A’ Championship. This format ended after the 1989 playoffs. Since then, the Anavet Cup Champion advances directly to the National Championship tournament, now known as the Royal Bank Cup.


During the Cup’s 39 year history, Saskatchewan has dominated winning 28 times. It was not that way in the beginning, with Manitoba winning four of the first 5 years. Then the Terry Simpson coached Prince Albert Raiders captured seven consecutive Cups. Only three other teams have won consecutive Cups the Selkirk Steelers, Weyburn Red Wings, and the current two time champion Humboldt Broncos, Besides the Raiders seven straight, Saskatchewan has also had winning streaks of six and five years.

The current champs Humboldt Broncos lead Saskatchewan in appearances with nine, including the last three years, The Broncos have won six Cups. Weyburn is third in wins with five and fourth in appearances with seven. Before moving up to major junior the Prince Albert Raiders appeared eight times in twelve years. The Selkirk Steelers have the most appearances with ten, winning three, a Manitoba high. The OCN Blizzard streak of five consecutive appearances is the second most, Blizzard captured only one Cup,


  • Champions are in bold
Manitoba/Saskatchewan Junior "A" Championship
Year MJHL Champion SJHL Champion Series
1971 St. Boniface Saints Weyburn Red Wings 4-2
1972 Dauphin Kings Humboldt Broncos 2-4
1973 Portage Terriers Humboldt Broncos 3-2 (D)
1974 Selkirk Steelers Prince Albert Raiders 4-2
1975 Selkirk Steelers Swift Current Broncos 4-0
1976 Selkirk Steelers Prince Albert Raiders 1-4
1977 Dauphin Kings Prince Albert Raiders 1-4
1978 Kildonan North Stars Prince Albert Raiders 0-4
1979 Selkirk Steelers Prince Albert Raiders 1-3 (D)
1980 Selkirk Steelers Prince Albert Raiders 2-4
1981 St. Boniface Saints Prince Albert Raiders 1-4
1982 Winnipeg South Blues Prince Albert Raiders 2-4
1983 Dauphin Kings Yorkton Terriers 4-1
1984 Selkirk Steelers Weyburn Red Wings 2-4
1985 Selkirk Steelers Estevan Bruins 1-4
1986 Winnipeg South Blues Humboldt Broncos 4-3
1987 Selkirk Steelers Humboldt Broncos 0-4
1988 Winnipeg South Blues Notre Dame Hounds 0-4
1989 Winnipeg South Blues Humboldt Broncos 1-4
1990 Portage Terriers Nipawin Hawks
1991 Winkler Flyers Yorkton Terriers
1992 Winkler Flyers Melfort Mustangs
1993 Dauphin Kings Flin Flon Bombers
1994 St. Boniface Saints Weyburn Red Wings
1995 Winnipeg South Blues Weyburn Red Wings
1996 St. James Canadians Melfort Mustangs
1997 St. James Canadians Weyburn Red Wings
1998 Winkler Flyers Weyburn Red Wings
1999 OCN Blizzard Estevan Bruins 2-4
2000 OCN Blizzard North Battleford North Stars
2001 OCN Blizzard Weyburn Red Wings
2002 OCN Blizzard Kindersley Klippers 4-1
2003 OCN Blizzard Humboldt Broncos 1-4
2004 Selkirk Steelers Kindersley Klippers 3-4
2005 Portage Terriers Yorkton Terriers 4-2
2006 Winnipeg South Blues Yorkton Terriers 1-4
2007 Selkirk Steelers Humboldt Broncos 4-3
2008 Portage Terriers Humboldt Broncos 0-4
2009 Portage Terriers Humboldt Broncos 3-4

Yearly Results

  • 1993 Anavet Cup
  • 1994 Anavet Cup
  • 1995 Anavet Cup
  • 1996 Anavet Cup
  • 1997 Anavet Cup
  • 1998 Anavet Cup
  • 1999 Anavet Cup
  • 2000 Anavet Cup
  • 2001 Anavet Cup
  • 2002 Anavet Cup
  • 2003 Anavet Cup
  • 2004 Anavet Cup
  • 2005 Anavet Cup
  • 2006 Anavet Cup
  • 2007 Anavet Cup
  • 2008 Anavet Cup
  • 2009 Anavet Cup
  • 2010 Anavet Cup

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