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Road to the RBC Cup: Ligue de hockey junior AAA du Québec
March 10, 2014
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
St-Louis-Lalime Division
3) Montagnards de Sainte-Agathe vs. 6) Arctic de Saint-Léonard
4) Rangers de Montréal-Est vs. 5) Loups de La Tuque

BYES:
1) Panthères de Saint-Jérôme
2) Cobras de Terrebonne

Perron-Burrows Division
3) Titan de Princeville vs. 6) Mustangs de Vaudreuil-Dorion
4) Condors de Kahnawake vs. 5) Collège Français de Longueuil

BYES:
1) Inouk de Granby
2) Cougars de Sherbrooke

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
St-Louis-Lalime Division
Saint-Jérôme – 87 points (42-7-3)
Terrebonne – 68 points (31-51-6)
Sainte-Agathe – 66 points (32-18-2)
Montréal-Est – 42 points (18-28-6)
La Tuque – 37 points (17-32-3)
Saint-Léonard – 36 points (16-32-4)
Lachine – 20 points (9-41-2)

Perron-Burrows Division
Granby – 80 points (39-11-2)
Sherbrooke – 78 points (36-10-6)
Princeville – 75 points (34-11-7)
Kahnawake – 58 points (29-23-0)
Longueuil – 50 points (24-26-2)
Vaudreuil-Dorion – 43 points (20-29-3)
Saint-Hyacinthe – 37 points (17-32-3)

LEADING SCORERS
William Cochrane (Terrebonne) – 38G 87A 125P
Nicolas Dionne (Saint-Jérôme) – 51G 62A 113P
Benjamin Lagarde (Princeville) – 54G 53A 107P
Olivier Jodoin (Sainte-Agathe) – 44G 59A 103P
Guillaume Pelletier (Kahnawake) – 35G 65A 100P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Shawn Ouellet (Sherbrooke) – 18-1-5 2.79GAA .904SV% 2SO
Philippe-Alexandre Vinette (Princeville) – 25-8-6 3.12GAA .902SV% 1SO
Alex Leclerc (Sherbrooke) – 18-9-1 3.22GAA .893SV% 1SO
Philippe Gingras (Saint-Jérôme) – 34-6-2 3.30GAA .890SV% 0SO
Simon Bergeron (Granby) – 21-5-1 3.53GAA .878SV% 1SO

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 – PANTHÈRES DE SAINT-JÉRÔME
For the second year in a row the Panthères claimed the LHJAAAQ’s regular season title, using the league’s top offence and a tremendous home ice record to finish 19 points ahead of Terrebonne in the St-Louis-Lalime Division, and seven points up on Granby in the overall standings. The host team for this year’s Fred Page Cup, Saint-Jérôme proved to be almost unbeatable at the Aréna Melançon, winning 23 of 26 games at home and earning points in 25. The Panthères flexed their offensive muscle, scoring 324 goals, one of just two teams to reach the 300-goal plateau. Nicolas Dionne was one of just three LHJAAAQers to score at least 50 goals, finishing with 51, and his 113 points was good for second in the league. Samuel Aquin (97 points) and Charles Guevremont (93 points) gave  Saint-Jérôme three of the top eight scorers. Philippe Gingras led the LHJAAAQ in minutes played (2,488:56) and wins (34), and finished fourth in goals-against average, at 3.30.

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