Brandon Wheat Kings

The Brandon Wheat Kings are a professional Canadian ice hockey team from Brandon, Manitoba, which currently plays in the Junior League WHL.


Since the 1940s, the team played as Brandon Elks in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. During this time, namely in 1949, the team participated for the first time at the final of the Memorial Cup, the official Canadian Junior Championship in part. 1979, 1995 and 1996 were the Wheat Kings reach again as a master of the Western Hockey League finals, a title win was never able to. Play their home games in the franchise now 5,927 -seat Westman Communications Group Place, the former Keystone Centre, from. Until 1969, the Wheat City Arena served as a home stadium, from 1969 to 1972 played the Wheat Kings in the Manex Arena. With 125 points in the 1978/79 season, the franchise still holds the record for the Canadian Hockey League in a regular season.

A former team named " Brandon Wheat Kings " was in 1904 in the final of the Stanley Cup, but lost there against the Ottawa Senators.


Logo 1972-1982

Logo 1982-1986

Logo 1986-2003

Logo in the season 2003/ 04

News Logo since 2004


  • Division title: 10 (1976 /77 1977/78 1978 /79 1994/95 1995/96 1996/97 2001/ 02)
  • Conference Titles: 2 (1997/ 98, 2004/ 05)
  • Ed Chynoweth Cup (formerly the President's Cup - Championship WHL ): 2 (1979, 1996)


GP = Games, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses, SOL = shutout defeats, P = Points, GF = Goals, GA = Goals against

Well-known former players

Different players who spent their time in the Junior Wheat Kings, later also played in the National Hockey League. Among them are:

Team Records