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    AA Playoff Hosts

    Congratulations on a great season for all our teams

    Here is the list of our teams and their area association host:

    Minor PeeWee - St. James
    PeeWee - St.Boniface/Transcona
    Minor Bantam - St. Vital
    Bantam - Fort Garry
    Midget - River East

    Best of luck to all our teams throughout Playoffs

    Go Cats Go!

    Thank you!


    We would like to thank all the players and parents for their donation of winter coats on Railcats Day.  As a result of all the generous donations the Peewee Railcats were able to collect 70 winter jackets for Winnipeg children. The Peewee Railcats were also able to collect winter hats, mitts and boots, which will also make a difference this winter.

    The winter coats were delivered to the United Way Koats for Kids at the Virgin 103.1 FM drop off location, on behalf of the Peewee Railcats. 

    Thank you to our Sponsors

    Our Annual Railcat Day Bud, Spud was a great night!
    Congratulations to all of our prize winners
    Thank you to each of the sponsors below for contributing to our Silent Auction
    Let's show our appreciation for their generosity by supporting their business!

    Action Apparel
    Canad Inns
    Enigma Escapes
    Jennifer Price Photography
    Lions Den Fitness
    Urban Tactical
    Waverly Chrysler Dodge Jeep

    Thank you for your generous support!

    The AA Winnipeg East Railcats is a joint venture between 

    St. Boniface Minor Hockey Association (SBMHA) and the Transcona Minor Hockey Association (TMHA). 
    AA Hockey within the Hockey Winnipeg system begins at the Minor Peewee age (11 year olds) and continues on until the Midget ages (15, 16 &17 year olds). 
    Coaches are usually selected in the late spring/early summer and the organization will seek the best qualified coaches for each age category. Coaches will select the players for their team during the tryout process in the fall with players not making AA usually returning to the A level of hockey in either the SBMHA or the TMHA hockey areas.