This edition of Junior Hockey Round Up we bring you the latest from the Canadian Junior Hockey League.


The OJHL has announced an expected start date, finally. The date is expected to be in late January with a 30-36 game season and a shortened playoff format. The hope is to have some fans in attendance and the no contact restrictions removed.

Just one day later the OJHL as appointed by the OHF was given approval with all other sanctioned leagues for modified return to play restrictions. This will allow for hopefully a little bit more normalcy for the players and staff while keeping everyone safe.


The NOJHL has updated their return to play restrictions as the Preseason is set to begin for all teams in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League.


The SIJHL will begin their exhibition games/series this month. Teams are announcing 6-8 game series.


The AJHL is preparing for their regular season to begin in just one week. The November 13th start date remains intact.


The SJHL regular season has officially begun and teams are off and running for the 2020-2021 season.


The BCHL has rebranded its version of Hockey TV which will now be branded as BCHL TV for all the viewers. The BCHL leads a new way of branding their league.


The MJHL is in full swing with no current issues in terms of Covid-19 or health concerns. Exciting for all the junior hockey fans especially in Manitoba.


The MHL has begun play for the 2020-2021 season. No health concerns or Covid-19 issues to date.

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