Métropolitaine Junior AA Hockey League

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Ligue de Hockey Métropolitaine Junior AA
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SportIce hockey
Founded2012
PresidentPierre Côté
No. of teams9
CountriesCanada
HeadquartersLaval, Quebec
Most recent
champion(s)
Draveurs de Trois-Rivière

The Ligue de Hockey Métropolitaine Junior AA is a junior ice hockey league in the Metropolitaine area of Montreal, in the province of Quebec, Canada. The league is sanctioned by Hockey Quebec and Hockey Canada and competes annually for the Coupe Dodge. It also competes for the league' playoff trophy which is ''La Coupe Trévi''. There are now 9 teams playing in the league in 5 different regions of the province. Until 2012, the league was known as the Richelieu Junior AA Hockey League.[1]

History[edit]

In the Summer of 2012, the Richelieu Junior AA Hockey League changed its name to the Metropolitaine Junior AA Hockey League to reflect the diversity of teams that had entered the league. In the summer of 2018, the league expanded from 3 regions to 5 regions. Adding now Mauricie and Lac Saint-Louis in the league. In the summer of 2015, the league added a new rule that is, no hits are allowed in the centre of the ice, which decreases chances of injuries. That makes it the only league in the province with that rule.

Teams[edit]

Team City Comments
Grands-Ducs du Richelieu Varennes, Quebec Move to Varennes in 2015
Prédateurs de Brossard Brossard, Quebec
Éclaireurs du Richelieu Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec
Sénateurs de Laval Laval, Quebec
Royals de Montréal Montreal, Quebec
Draveurs de Trois-Rivière* Trois-Rivière, Quebec New Team 2018-2019
Dynamos Shawinigan Shawinigan, Quebec New team 2019-2020
Vipers D.D.O Dollard-des-ormaux, Quebec New Team 2018-2019
Mustangs de Vaudreuil Vaudreuil, Quebec Previously Aigles de trois lacs

Old teams[edit]

Team Centre Last Season
Delta Ducs Laval, Quebec 2016-2017
Laval-Nord Cobras Laval, Quebec 2016-2017
Longueuil College Francais Longueuil, Quebec 2014-2015
Monteuil Eclairs Auteuil, Quebec 2016-2017
Montreal Slammers Montreal, Quebec 2011-2012
Montreal-Nord Nordiques Montreal, Quebec 2015-2016
Chevaliers de Rosemont Montreal, Quebec 2017-2018
Braves d'Ahuntsic Montreal, Quebec 2017-2018
Richelieu Patriotes Richelieu, Quebec 2015-2016
Marquis de Laval Laval, Quebec 2018-2019
Sharp de l'est Montreal, Quebec 2016-2017
Blitz Varennes-Sorel Richelieu, Quebec 2011-2012
Maroons de Montréal Montreal, Quebec 2011-2012
Mousquetaires de St-Hyacinthe Richelieu, Quebec 2011-2012
Jets de Saint-Hubert Richelieu, Quebec 2011-2012
Grands-Ducs de Boucherville Richelieu, Quebec 2011-2012
Dynamiques du CCL Richelieu, Quebec 2011-2012
Voyageurs du Richelieu Richelieu, Quebec 2010-2011

Playoff Champions[edit]

Bolded are winners of the Coupe Dodge Junior AA Provincial championship.

  • 2006 Rive-Sud Collège Français
  • 2007 Montreal-Nord Nordiques
  • 2008 Richelieu Eclaireurs
  • 2009 Grands-Ducs de Lajemmerais
  • 2010 Montreal-Nord Nordiques
  • 2011 Éclaireurs du Richelieu
  • 2012 Mousquetaires de St-Hyacinthe
  • 2013 Nordiques de Montréal-Nord
  • 2014 Richelieu Patriots
  • 2015 Richelieu Eclaireurs
  • 2016 Richelieu Patriots
  • 2017 Richelieu Eclaireurs
  • 2018 Richelieu Grand Ducs
  • 2019 Draveurs de Trois-Rivière

References[edit]

  1. ^ "LHMJAA – Ligue de Hockey Métropolitaine Junior AA".

External links[edit]



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