Sat Oct 28, 8:00 PM
Ste. Anne
St. Malo
Sat Oct 28, 7:00 PM
Lac du Bonnet
Red River
Thu Nov 2, 8:15 PM
Grunthal
St. Malo
Fri Nov 3, 8:00 PM
Ste. Anne
Lac du Bonnet
Sat Nov 4, 8:00 PM
St. Malo
Lac du Bonnet
Sat Nov 4, 8:00 PM
Grunthal
Red River
Thu Nov 9, 8:00 PM
Ste. Anne
Grunthal
The Carillon Senior Hockey League is in its fourteenth year of operation, with teams from La Broquerie, Ste. Anne, St. Malo, Red River and Steinbach participating for the 2015-2016 season
 

Our Mission

To provide a league for local players to compete at the senior level while ensuring and over-seeing an even and practical playing surface for all member clubs and players

Our History
 
In the mid 1990's the idea of a local league for local players, for the South Eastern region of Manitoba, was tossed around. For many years some were talking and few were listening and most were uninterested.
 
Once again in 2003 the topic came up, and again with few  interested, however three organizations decided to make a go of it.
In the back of a shop in Landmark, groups from Ste. Anne, Mitchell, and Landmark met and tried to determine the best way to start what is now known as the Carillon Senior Hockey League (CSHL).
 
The first year was difficult for both teams and players, due to excessive play against each other, but all knew that this first year had to happen like this. Little coverage, due to another established league in the area, so it was hard for the new league to get its message across.
 
People however were starting to notice, whether it was simply curiosity or genuine interest. This was demonstrated in the fall of 2004 when seven teams showed up to the organizational meeting. That year three more clubs, St. Adolphe, Grunthal, and Steinbach became members, bringing the total to six, and solidifying credibility and creating a larger platform to showcase the necessity of its existence. Now people noticed, and a goal that was set by three teams now became the goal of six teams.
 
Since then a total of eight teams have competed at one time or another, with the 2004-2005 season seeing eight teams, with the addition of St. Malo and La Broquerie when the HTHL folded after a successful 50 year run.
 
Currently the league consists of five teams.
 
 
Past teams:                                  
2003-2004     Teams:
                    Ste. Anne Aces, Mitchell Mohawks, Landmark Dutchmen
                    Champions - Mitchell Mohawks
                    President - Jeff Gunther
 
2004-2005     Teams:
                    Ste. Anne Aces, Mitchell Mohawks, Landmark Dutchmen,  
                    Steinbach Huskies, St. Adolphe Hawks, Grunthal Red Wings
                    Champions - Mitchell Mohawks
                    President - Jeff Gunther
 
2005-2006     Teams:
                    Ste. Anne Aces, Mitchell Mohawks, Landmark Dutchmen,
                    Steinbach Huskies, St. Adolphe Hawks, Grunthal Red Wings,
                    La Broquerie Habs, St. Malo Warriors
                    Champions - La Broquerie Habs  
                    President - Dick Penner
 
2006-2007     Teams:
                    Ste. Anne Aces, Mitchell Mohawks, St. Adolphe Hawks,  
                    Grunthal Red Wings, La Broquerie Habs, St. Malo Warriors
                    Champions - La Broquerie Habs
                    President - Dick Penner
 
2007-2008     Teams:
                    Ste. Anne Aces, Mitchell Mohawks, St. Adolphe Hawks,
                    La Broquerie Habs, St. Malo Warriors, Steinbach Huskies
                    Champions Ste. Anne Aces
                    President - Mark Lowry   
 
2008-2009    Teams
               Ste. Anne, Mitchell, Steinbach, St. Adolphe, St. Malo, La Broquerie
               Champions St. Malo
               President - Mark Lowry
 
2009-2010   Teams
              Steinbach, La Broquerie, Ste. Anne, St. Malo,
              Champions - Steinbach
              President - Robert Tetrault
 
2010-2011    Teams
              Steinbach, Niverville, St. Malo, La Broquerie, Ste. Anne, Red River
             Champions - Steinbach
             President - Ray Laing
 
2011-2012    Teams
             La Broquerie, Steinbach, Mitchell, Niverville, St. Malo, Red River, Ste. Anne
             Champions - Niverville
             President - Ray Laing
 
2012-2013     Teams
            Red River, La Broquerie, Mitchell, Steinbach, St. Malo, Niverville, Springfield,      Ste. Anne
           Champions - Red River
           President - Ray Laing
 
 
2013-2014      Teams
           Springfield, Steinbach, Ste. Anne, La Broquerie, Grunthal, Red River, St. Malo
           Champions - Red River
           President - Ray Laing
 
2014-2015     Teams
           Springfield, Steinbach, Red River, Grunthal, Ste. Anne, La Broquerie, St. Malo
           Champions - Steinbach
           President - Ray Laing