Dairy Farmers of Manitoba Provincial AAAA Boys Hockey Championship

Mar 8–11, 2024
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Adults: $15 per day
Students: $10 per day
12 & Under Free



Greetings from the MHSAA


On behalf of the Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association, and its member schools, welcome to the 2024 Dairy Farmers of Manitoba AAAA Provincial Hockey Championships.

High school hockey has enjoyed tremendously growth over the last decade and brings a great caliber of play and tremendous enthusiasm and excitement to rinks across the province.

Congratulations to all participating teams. Many hours of practices, games and tournaments have been committed to attain your goal of making it to the Provincials. We wish everyone success in their quest to be Provincial Hockey Champions.

Thank you to the organizing committee and all their volunteers, students, staff, parents, and others that are working hard to host this event. The volunteer base is the backbone of our organization and all their efforts and commitment will allow for the hosting and staging of a first-class Provincial Championship.

A very special Thank You to our Title Sponsor. The Dairy Farmers of Manitoba’s strong and continued commitment to high school sport in our Province is invaluable. 

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our major corporate partners for their tremendous support – Boston Pizza, Manitoba’s Credit Unions, Lucious Orange, Payworks, Manitoba Hydro, Hudl, Canadian Armed Forces, and Sport Manitoba.

We hope all student athletes, coaches, managers, and fans enjoy this Provincial Championship and display positive sportsmanship throughout. We hope that this weekend will provide a great memory for all of you. Have fun!

Chad Falk
Executive Director
Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association

Championship Apparel

The Hoodie and T-Shirt shown below are available ON SITE FOR PURCHASE! Check out the Table in the Lobby. 

Tournament Raffle and 50/50 Draw Winners

Be sure to check out the raffle prize and enter for a chance to win the following:

Raffle Winner: Christopher Sass

Winning 50/50 Tickets Will Be Posted Here!

2 Draws will be held on March 8th, 1 Draw on March 9th, 1 Draw on March 11th. Good Luck

First March 8th Draw  Winning Number:  849468 Blue Ticket - Claimed $180

Second March 8th Draw winning number 849862 blue ticket - Claimed $80

March 9th Draw Winning Number 849621 Blue Ticket - Claimed $90

March 9th Draw Winning Number 850824 Blue Ticket Claimed $40

March 11th Draw Winning Number 890925 Blue Ticket Claimed $50


Pool 1
Vincent Massey (Wpg) TrojansNeepawa TigersSt. Paul's (Wpg) CrusadersW-LRank
Vincent Massey (Wpg) Trojans3-22-51-12
Neepawa Tigers2-32-60-23
St. Paul's (Wpg) Crusaders5-26-22-01
Pool 2
Westwood WarriorsMorden ThunderOak Park RaidersW-LRank
Westwood Warriors4-24-41-02
Morden Thunder2-40-60-23
Oak Park Raiders4-46-01-01


Date & TimeVisitingHomeResultVenueGenderType
Mar 11, 2024
Oak Park RaidersvsSt. Paul's (Wpg) Crusaders2-1Championship Final: Seven Oaks ArenaV BoysBracket
Mar 9, 2024
Vincent Massey (Wpg) TrojansvsOak Park Raiders1-4SF2: Seven Oaks ArenaV BoysBracket
Mar 9, 2024
Westwood WarriorsvsSt. Paul's (Wpg) Crusaders0-4SF1: Seven Oaks ArenaV BoysBracket
Mar 8, 2024
Oak Park RaidersvsWestwood Warriors4-4Seven Oaks ArenaV BoysRound Robin 1
Mar 8, 2024
Vincent Massey (Wpg) TrojansvsSt. Paul's (Wpg) Crusaders2-5Seven Oaks ArenaV BoysRound Robin 1
Mar 8, 2024
Morden ThundervsOak Park Raiders0-6Seven Oaks ArenaV BoysRound Robin 1
Mar 8, 2024
Neepawa TigersvsVincent Massey (Wpg) Trojans2-3Seven Oaks ArenaV BoysRound Robin 1
Mar 8, 2024
Morden ThundervsWestwood Warriors2-4Seven Oaks ArenaV BoysRound Robin 1
Mar 8, 2024
Neepawa TigersvsSt. Paul's (Wpg) Crusaders2-6Seven Oaks ArenaV BoysRound Robin 1


Vincent Massey (Wpg) TrojansWildcard: Winnipeg High School Hockey League
Neepawa TigersWestman High School Hockey League
Westwood WarriorsHost / Winnipeg High School Hockey League
St. Paul's (Wpg) CrusadersWinnipeg High School Hockey League
Morden ThunderZone IV High School Hockey League
Oak Park RaidersWildcard: Winnipeg High School Hockey League

Championship Information

The Westwood Warriors would like to welcome all participating teams. We look forward to an exciting three days of hockey. This event would not be possible without parent and student volunteers, sponsors, and all the coaches/trainers/managers who put in a lot of time and effort to get here. Best of Luck. 
For up to minute scores and announcements you can follow @westwoodwarrior_hockey on Instagram to stay up to date with all thats happening at the Provincials.


Game 1: St Paul's Noah Brigg; Neepawa Tarek Lapointe 

Game 2: Westwood Jack Sparham; Morden Brooks Merasty 

Game 3: V. Massey Declan Hall; Neepawa Rylan Bray

Game 4: Oak Park Zach Johnson; Morden Ryan Thiessen 

Game 5: St. Paul's Eros Bazan; Vincent Massey Josh Kubilisky

Game 6: Westwood Madden Parnell; Oak Park Nate Lodewyks

Semi Final #1 Westwood Noah Curtis; St. Paul's Kai Sharma

Semi Final #2 Vincent Massey Tanner Whalen; Oak Park Brayden Laarveld



Dairy Farmers of Manitoba Players Choice Award: Shae Guarino - Westwood Warriors

MVP: Nate Lodewyks - Oak Park Raiders

Goalie: Zach Johnson - Oak Park Raiders
Defence: Cole Anseeuw - St. Paul's Crusaders
Defence: Brayden Laarveld - Oak Park Raiders
Forward: Eros Bazan - St. Paul's Crusaders
Forward: Will Mullally - Oak Park Raiders
Forward: Madden Parnell - Westwood Warriors

Major Sponsor:

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Host Hotel

Canad Inns Garden City will serve as the host hotel.
2100 McPhillips St,
Winnipeg, MB R2V 3T9

Seven Oaks Arena - Blue

Rules & Regulations


A) FORMAT: The Championships will be a six (6) team round robin tournament divided into two pools of three teams each, with teams advancing to play-off rounds. For the “AA” Championship there will be a consolation and 3rd place game. The “AAAA” Championship will have NO consolation or 3rd place game.

Overtime: overtime will consist of one 10 minute sudden death period of 3 on 3 hockey.  After that it will be a shoot-out with each team selecting 5 players to shoot.  If the score is still tied, then it will be a group of 3 different shooters.  If still tied, then it will be one on one with different shooters until a team reaches 12 shooters and then they can begin to reuse players.  Overtime will be played to determine championship play-off games only.  

No team will have fewer than three skaters in overtime, so if a team is penalized in overtime, the other team would add a player rather than the penalized team removing a player. In any case, the penalized player would still serve his or her penalty. 

B) RULES: All players must be registered on both Hockey Manitoba Forms, and the MHSAA Online Roster. No additions permitted to MHSAA roster after NOVEMBER  4 of current year.  

The HOME team is the higher ranked/seeded team on the draw.  The home team will wear their white sweaters.  (The dressing room # will be on the draw).  

All games will consist of 2 -15 minute and one 20 minute stop time periods. The format will be as follows: (games may be changed depending on ice availability). A 5 minute pre-game warm-up skate with no flood prior to the game.  

The mercy rule will be in effect for all games.  Running time is used when one team is ahead by 5 or more goals with 5 minutes left in the game.  

The maximum number of players dressed per game will be 20. The maximum number of coaches, trainers, etc. allowed on the bench will be 4.  

Each team will be allowed one time out per game.  

Any player who receives 4 penalties in one game, or 3 stick penalties, shall be removed from that game. This is not a game misconduct and the penalty can be served by any player. 

Players that play in a league that require neck guards will be required to wear them.

Centre ice red line will be used in icing calls. It will not be used for offside calls. This allows teams to pass from their own goal line to the opposition’s blue line.

Tie Breaker Rule: In the event that teams are tied for a playoff position after the round robin, the following procedure will apply:
a) The team with the most wins in the round-robin gains the highest position.
b) If the teams are still tied after 1 above, the winner of the round-robin game between the tied teams gains the highest position.
c) If the teams are still tied after 1, and 2 have been applied, then the team with the best goal average gains the highest position. The goal differential of a team is to be determined in the following manner:
d) Total number of goals for divided by the total number of goals for and against. NOTE: All round-robin games are included.
e) NOTE: The highest percentage gains the highest position.
f) If the teams are still tied after 1, 2, and 3, have been applied, the team with the least number of minutes in penalties throughout all round –robin games, gains the highest position.
g) If the teams are still tied after 1, 2, 3, and 4 have been applied, then the team that scored the first goal in the game between the tied teams gains the highest position.
h) If the teams are still tied after 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 have been applied, a single coin toss will determine which team gains the highest position.
i) In the case where you have three or more teams tied you would move through the steps above one after the other until all ties have been broken.

If any team uses an ineligible player or players, then that team will forfeit the game in which the ineligible player or players played or were listed on the score sheet.

Any player who receives a Fighting or Match penalty in the Provincial Championship will be removed for the duration of the Provincial Championship.

Any player who receives a Game Misconduct will be removed from that game plus the next game.

All leagues must submit penalty statistics of teams which qualify for the Provincial Championships. These penalties will carry over.

All coaches behind bench must have a minimum of Coach Level Certification. Other Hockey Canada qualification, such as safety, and speak out must be held by other bench personnel.


  • Fighting/Match/Gross Misconduct
    • 1st Offense – 5 minutes, game misconduct, expulsion from the Provincial Championships
  • Major/Game Misconduct (All majors become game misconducts with the 5 minute penalty served by any player.)
    • 1st Offense – Remainder of that game plus 1 game ▪
    • 2nd Offense – Remainder of that game and expulsion from the Provincial Championships.
      EXCEPTION – Game misconduct for a minor penalty for hitting from behind will be penalized as follows: 
      • 1st and 2nd Offense – Removed for the remainder of the game. If this penalty occurs in the last 10 minutes of regulation time, the player is suspended for the next game
      • 3rd Offense – 1 game (2 if penalty occurs in last 10 minutes)
  • Misconduct (10 Minute Misconduct)
    • 1st & 2nd Offense – Player serves 10 minutes. Players receiving a 10 minute misconduct with less than 10 minutes left in regulation time, will automatically be suspended for the next regular game as well.
    • 3rd Offense – becomes a game misconduct (1 additional game, if the penalty occurs in the last 10 minutes)
    • Any major misconduct and 10 minute misconduct penalties received during league, exhibition, and/or wildcard games will be carried over to the Provincial Championship.