Hockey Québec

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Hockey Québec
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Founded1976 (1976)
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Hockey Québec is the governing body of all ice hockey in Quebec, Canada. Hockey Québec is a branch of Hockey Canada.


Hockey Québec was organized in 1976 to take over from the various organizations governing hockey in Quebec, such as the Quebec Amateur Hockey Association which had existed since the 1910s.

Quebec Amateur Hockey Association[edit]

The Quebec Amateur Hockey Association (QAHA) was organized in Montreal on January 19, 1919, at the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association club house. The first leagues to affiliate were the Junior Amateur Hockey Association, the Montreal City Amateur Hockey League and the Interscholastic Hockey League. The first president was Major Hartland B. MacDougall a former player. The group applied for affiliation with the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association.[1]


Hockey Québec is formed by 15 different regional associations:

  • Hockey Abitibi-Témiscamingue
  • Hockey Bas St-Laurent
  • Hockey Bourassa
  • Hockey Estrie
  • Hockey Côte-Nord
  • Hockey Gaspésie Les Îles
  • Hockey Lac St-Louis
  • Hockey Laurentides-Lanaudière
  • Hockey Laval
  • Hockey Mauricie
  • Hockey Montréal
  • Hockey Outaouais
  • Hockey Québec-Chaudière-Appalaches
  • Hockey Richelieu
  • Hockey Saguenay Lac St-Jean


Junior AAA
Junior AA
Junior A
Junior B

Provincial Championships[edit]

The Junior "AA" Provincial title is the Coupe Dodge.

Special events[edit]

Notable people[edit]

  • Gérard Bolduc, founder of the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament, chairman of the Quebec District Committee

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Kerner, Fred (January 19, 1944). "Quebec Amateur Hockey Body Reaches Quarter-Century Mark". Montreal Gazette. p. 14.

External links[edit]

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