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Chinook Hockey League

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Chinook Hockey League

The Chinook Hockey League (ChHL) is a multi-tier Canadian Senior ice hockey league based in Alberta, currently made up of four Senior AAA teams and one Senior AA team. The ChHL is one of two Allan Cup eligible ice hockey leagues currently operating in Canada; the other is Ontario's Major League Hockey.

Current Teams

Former Teams

  • Bashaw Stars
  • Beaumont Warriors
  • Carstairs Redhawks
  • Didsbury Ramblers
  • Eckville Eagles
  • Lacombe Merchants
  • Lloydminster Border Kings
  • Millet Thunder
  • Okotoks Oilers (senior team)
  • Olds Elks
  • Paul Band Black Hawks
  • Ponoka Stampeders (senior team)
  • Red Deer Border Pavers
  • Red Deer Roadrunners
  • Rocky Rams
  • River Cree Warriors
  • Stettler Sabres
  • Sylvan Lake Admirals
  • West Central Alberta Rams


  • 1969 Didsbury Ramblers
  • 1970 Rocky Rams
  • 1971 Didsbury Ramblers
  • 1972 Innisfail Eagles
  • 1973 Okotoks Oilers
  • 1974 Olds Elks
  • 1975 Red Deer Roadrunners
  • 1976 Olds Elks
  • 1977 Olds Elks
  • 1978 Red Deer Border Pavers
  • 1979 Innisfail Eagles
  • 1980 Innisfail Eagles
  • 1981 Innisfail Eagles
  • 1982 Lacombe Merchants
  • 1983 Innisfail Eagles
  • 1984 Innisfail Eagles
  • 1985 Innisfail Eagles
  • 1986 Stettler Sabres
  • 1987 Eckville Eagles
  • 1988 Ponoka Stampeders
  • 1989 Paul Band Black Hawks
  • 1990 No winner decided.
Paul Band competed in the Hardy Cup with the final never played between Paul Band and Stony Plain.
  • 1991 Paul Band Black Hawks
  • 1992 Olds Elks
  • 1993 Innisfail Eagles
  • 1994 Bashaw Stars
  • 1995 Millet Thunder
  • 1996 Stony Plain Eagles
  • 1997 Millet Thunder
  • 1998 Stony Plain Eagles
  • 1999 Stony Plain Eagles
  • 2000 Stony Plain Eagles
  • 2001 Stony Plain Eagles
  • 2002 Stony Plain Eagles
  • 2003 Stony Plain Eagles
  • 2004 Stony Plain Eagles
  • 2005 Stony Plain Eagles
  • 2006 Fort Hotel Chiefs
  • 2007 Bentley Generals
  • 2008 Stony Plain Eagles
  • 2009 Bentley Generals
  • 2010 Bentley Generals

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