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Eleven Provincial Champions Crowned

by Hockey Manitoba  |  March 4, 2019 2:35 pm

WINNIPEG, MB – Hockey Manitoba would like to acknowledge the 11 championship teams from the March 1-3 weekend of the 2019 Hockey Manitoba Provincials presented by Cargill Ltd.  The complete list of medal winners is as follows:


Host Gold Silver


Female Atom Rural A Pine Falls Morden Neepawa Boissevain
Female Atom Rural B Notre Dame Oak Lake Southeast Carman
Female Atom Rural C Reston Glenboro Interlake Altona
Male Peewee Rural AA Morden Morden Macdonald Virden
Male Peewee Rural A Swan River Souris Dauphin Carman
Male Peewee Rural B Killarney Boissevain Killarney Arborg
Male Peewee Rural C Manitou Carberry Tri-Valley Elm Creek
Male Peewee Rural A1 Altona Dauphin Thompson Morden
Male Peewee Rural A2 Steinbach Brandon Winkler Springfield
Female Bantam Rural A Hamiota Souris Brandon Westman
Male Bantam Rural AAA Niverville Eastman Pembina Valley Southwest

The 2019 Hockey Manitoba Provincials presented by Cargill Ltd. will continue this weekend, March 8-10,  with 42 teams competing in 5 tournaments across the province. This weekend’s host locations will be Portage la Prairie (Female Bantam Rural AAA), Winkler/Plum Coule (Male Bantam Rural AA), Stonewall (Male Bantam Rural A), Steinbach (Male Bantam Rural B) and Elkhorn (Male Bantam Rural C).

Fans are encouraged to be a part of Provincials by posting their photos and videos on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) by tagging @hockeymanitoba and @cargillmktsense and using the hashtags #HMProvincials, #BelieveInTeam, #CargillCares. There are prizes to be won!

Be sure to keep up to date with the 2019 Hockey Manitoba Provincials presented by Cargill Ltd. by visiting for all schedules, scores and player stats.

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