CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – The Island Junior Hockey League (IJHL) will have a new Commissioner for the 2019-2020 Hockey season. Hockey PEI Junior Council Chair, Cliff Affleck informed the IJHL’s four team league on Tuesday that League Commissioner, Steven Green has resigned.

Green held the role since 2016 and oversaw the League’s operations in conjunction with Hockey PEI’s Junior Council. Steven’s guidance was critical in the functioning of the League the last three seasons.

“On behalf of Hockey PEI and its Junior Council, I want to thank Steven for his leadership and passion for the Island Junior Hockey League,” said Affleck. “What Steven brought to the League by way of leadership and administration will certainly be missed.”

Reasoning surrounding Green’s resignation were brief, but included his taking on new personal endeavours and balancing his role as Director of Supervisions with Hockey PEI’s Officiating Committee.

“Hockey PEI looks forward to Steven’s continued contributions to the sport in the coming seasons and we are thankful to have him remain on board to further develop Hockey PEI’s officiating program,” stated Geoff Kowalski, Hockey PEI Executive Director.

Hockey PEI is now accepting applications for those interested in the position of: “Commissioner – Island Junior Hockey League”. Role details and requirements available here: IJHL COMMISSIONER – CALL FOR INTEREST.

Applications can be addressed and sent to:

Cliff Affleck
Hockey PEI Junior Council Chair

Deadline for submission is Friday, September 13th.


Hockey PEI is the governing body for organized hockey in Prince

Edward Island. Hockey PEI’s main purpose is to foster, promote,

develop, supervise, regulate and govern the sport of amateur hockey

throughout Prince Edward Island. For more on Hockey PEI and its

programs visit or contact:

Hockey PEI