For historical recap information on the National Jr. A Championship from 1971 to 2019 please, visit this page National Champions History (1971-2019).
For historical recap information on the current Centennial Cup please, visit this page Centennial Cup, presented by Tim Hortons .
You can find official results in the Centennial Cup Guide and Record Book
The inaugural Manitoba Centennial Trophy is awarded as trophy for the National Championship Junior A winner.
Teams play a best-of-seven series, East vs West.
The Manitoba Centennial Trophy, unofficialy, simply became known as the Centennial Cup.
A "Central Region" team was added for tournament play. Teams play a tournament round-robin. Each team plays each other twice with the top two playing a one game final.
The "Central Region" was eliminated. Teams again play a best-of-seven game series, East vs West.
The "Central Region" was reinstated along with a "Host Team". Teams play a tournament round-robin. Each team plays each other once, with the top three entering the playoffs. The top team directly enters the final and the other two play a semi-final.
The "Pacific Region" (BC / Alta) was added to the tournament. The teams play a round-robin with the four top teams making the two semi-final games, 1 plays 4 and 2 plays 3. The semi-final winners play for the Championship.
The Royal Bank Cup, with a new sponsor, The Royal Bank Of Canada, replaces the Centennial Cup.
The Royal Bank Cup is renamed to the RBC Royal Bank Cup.
The RBC Royal Bank Cup is renamed to the RBC Cup.
The RBC Cup, unofficialy simply became known as the RBC.
The tournament is renamed the National Jr A Championship as, the Royal Bank Of Canada cancelled it's sponsorship of the tournament. The RBC Cup trophy however was still presented.
The Centennial Cup, presented by Tim Hortons, is reinstated, along with a new trophy, for the 50th Anniversary of the championship.
The BCHL announces its withdrawal from the CJHL, April 9 2021, so, are no longer eligible for Centennial Cup.
On Friday, April 9, 2021, the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) announced it had withdrawn its membership from the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) so, is no longer eligible to play for the Centennial Cup.