PJHL, Ontario’s Junior C Loop Going Out On Their Own
The Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) voted last week to be self governing, while still remaining a part of the Ontario Hockey Association (OHA).
The league has immediately implemented their own Rules and Regulations, and Manual of Operations.
Terry Whiteside was also hired as the first commissioner of the PJHL.
The league announced these moves on Twitter. The immediate impact of this move, and future changes to the landscape of Junior C hockey in Ontario are unknown.
PJHL Governor’s meeting complete. Direction of 63-team league becoming clearer. By-laws and Manual of Operations described, discussed, dissected. Making progress. Uniting the biggest league in Canada.🇨🇦#United63 #PJHLStrong@PJHLYeckDiv @PJHLOntario@PJHL_Doherty @PjhlStobbs pic.twitter.com/1GN3h0rpjv
— President Lucan Irish☘ (@PrezLucanIrish) April 6, 2019