Birtle Minor Hockey

There is a full range of Intermediate Minor Hockey for boys and girls, which include the local high school team, Recreational and Old Timer hockey.

Practices and games for Minor Hockey are after school, in the early evenings and during the daytime hours on Saturdays.
Miniota Minor Hockey

With 6 & Under and 8 & Under teams available for boys and girls in Miniota, it is the perfect place for kids to start their hockey careers.
The Skunky Dozen Rec Hockey team plays their home games out of the Miniota Community Center and the Miniota/Elkhorn C-Hawks Senior Men's team call it home for half of their games each season. They have been crowned champions of the NCHL in two-consecutive seasons, and finished second the following two.

Practices and games for Minor Hockey are after school, in the early evenings and during the daytime hours on Saturdays. The Skunky Dozens and C-Hawks play games weekday and weekend evenings. 

Manitoba Rural Female Hockey League

West division teams also exist for girls in the following age groups: 11 and under, 13 and under, 17 and under.
MB Midget AAA Males- Yellowhead Chiefs

The Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League (MMHL) is a twelve (12) team league operating in Manitoba and northwestern Ontario. Each team is designated a region within the province, with the exception of  Winnipeg and Kenora; Winnipeg is divided into two (2) regions while Kenora is designated northwestern Ontario. 

The objective of the Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League is (a) to encourage and foster AAA midget hockey and (b) to promote and encourage the formation of AAA Midget Hockey in Manitoba.

Prairie View Municipality is located within the "Yellowhead” region and is conveniently based out of Shoal Lake, MB.

MB Midget AAA Females- Yellowhead Chiefs

The MFMHL was founded in 2008 after an Ad-hoc committee was struck by Hockey Manitoba to develop a Constitution for Regional Female Midget Hockey that would provide an elite level for female players within Hockey Manitoba's Regions to aspire to.

The MFMHL has shown it is a very competitive league for elite midget females to play hockey and in the first 2 years of their operation has seen several graduating players move onto CIS or NCAA University Hockey as well as Community College and Manitoba Women's Junior Hockey League.

It is the MFMHL's goal to promote elite female midget hockey within Hockey Manitoba's designated regions and provide the players with an opportunity to improve their skills by participating in a competitive league where they receive strong coaching that will allow them to move onto higher opportunities within female hockey.