Road to the RBC Cup
Ligue de hockey junior du Québec
Jason La Rose
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March 9, 2016
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS

St-Louis Division
4) Arctic de Saint-Léonard vs. 5) Rangers de Montréal-Est

1) Montagnards de Sainte-Agathe vs. Winner of STL-MTL
2) Cobras de Terrebonne vs. 3) Panthères de Saint-Jérôme

Burrows Division
4) Braves de Valleyfield vs. 5) Forts de Chambly

1) Collège Français de Longueuil vs. Winner of VAL-CHA
2) Inouk de Granby vs. 3) Mustangs de Vaudreuil-Dorion

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)

St-Louis Division
Sainte-Agathe – 91 points (44-8-3)
Terrebonne – 80 points (38-13-4)
Saint-Jérôme – 73 points (34-16-5)
Saint-Léonard – 65 points (30-19-5)
Montréal-Est – 28 points (12-39-4)
Gatineau – 20 points (7-42-6)

Burrows Division
Longueuil – 91 points (44-8-3)
Granby – 67 points (32-20-3)
Vaudreuil-Dorion – 66 points (30-18-6)
Valleyfield – 55 points (24-24-7)
Chambly – 43 points (20-32-3)
Princeville – 32 points (14-37-4)

LEADING SCORERS

Joël Caron (Sainte-Agathe) – 35G 91A 126P
Marc-Antoine Bouillon (Terrebonne) – 46G 78A 124P
Benjamin Bohémier (Sainte-Agathe) – 57G 57A 114P
Tommy Lapierre (Sainte-Agathe) – 41G 72A 113P
Antoine Pouliot (Sainte-Agathe) – 54G 57A 111P

LEADING GOALTENDERS

Vincent Gervais (Longueuil) – 23-2-0, 2.32 GAA, .910 SV%, 3 SO
Nicolas Lachance (Sainte-Agathe) – 11-1-0, 2.49 GAA, .921 SV%, 1 SO
Stefano Cantali (Longueuil) – 21-9-0, 2.84 GAA, .894 SV%, 0 SO
Samuel Gagnon (Saint-Jérôme) – 15-10-0, 3.31 GAA, .899 SV%, 1 SO
Brady Labrecque (Vaudreuil-Dorion) – 13-9-0, 3.35 GAA, .887 SV%, 0 SO

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE

2006 (Action de Joliette – fifth place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES

7 (2006, 2003, 2001, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1990)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

none (best finish: runner-up – Élites de Châteauguay, 1993)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

none

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – COLLÈGE FRANÇAIS DE LONGUEUIL

It was a two-team race atop the Ligue de hockey junior du Québec, and when all was said and done, absolutely nothing separated Collège Français de Longueuil and the Montagnards de Sainte-Agathe; the teams finished with identical 44-8-3 records. It was Longueuil, though, that earned the LHJQ regular-season championship thanks to a better goal differential (+174, compared to +141 for Sainte-Agathe). Longueuil did it with defence, allowing just 150 goals in 55 games, one of just two teams to keep its total under 200 (Terrebonne had 192). The goaltending tandem of Vincent Gervais and Stefano Cantali shared the duties between the pipes; they both finished in the top five in wins, goals-against average, and save percentage, and Gervais’ three shutouts were good for second. Up front, Alexis Guilbault and his 92 points (seventh in LHJQ scoring) paced the No. 2 offence in the league, which scored 324 goals, trailing only Sainte-Agathe (351). Collège Français spread out the scoring; six players reached the 50-point plateau, and eight averaged more than a point per game.

For more information:

Lisa Dornan
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557 / 403-510-7046 (mobile)
ldornan@hockeycanada.ca

Francis Dupont
Manager, Media Relations/Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4564
fdupont@hockeycanada.ca

   
Morgan Bell
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6427
mbell@hockeycanada.ca
Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6484
emadziya@hockeycanada.ca
   
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