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This is the 2019-20 Richelieu Valley Junior A Hockey League season. This is the league's fourth season under this name. The league was known as the Rive-Sud Junior A Hockey League until the 2015-16 season. The league's ten members were scheduled to play a limited interlocking schedule with the Rivers Junior A Hockey League with each of the teams playing a total of four games against their 7 teams, but the leagues merged under the Richelieu Valley Junior A Hockey League name. The leagues would separate for the 2019-20 season.

Membership ChangesEdit

TeamsEdit

Team Centre Arena
Beloeil Tigers Beloeil Arena Andre-Saint-Laurent
Boucherville Seigneurs Boucherville Arena Gilles-Chabot
Chambly Remparts Chambly Centre Sportif Robert-Lebel
Montagnes Cougars Mont-St-Hilaire Complexe Sportif Sportscene
Richelieu Phoenix I St-Basil-Le-Grand/St-Bruno Arena Jean-Rougeau & Arena St-Bruno
Richelieu Phoenix II St-Basil-Le-Grand/St-Bruno Arena Jean-Rougeau & Arena St-Bruno
St-Hyacinthe Mousquetaires St-Hyacinthe Isatis Comax
Ste-Julie Grizzly Ste-Julie Arena Ste-Julie
Varennes Blitz Varennes Sportplex


StandingsEdit

The league (along with most junior leagues in Quebec) uses what is called a Fair Play Point which is a bonus point in the standings if the team meets certain requirements in terms of avoiding penalties.

Team GP W L T GF GA FPP Pts
Ste-Julie Grizzly 26 22 3 1 148 68 23 68
St-Hyacinthe Mousquetaires 26 17 8 1 102 85 22 57
Montagnes Cougars 26 16 8 2 139 86 22 56
Boucherville Seigneurs 26 13 12 1 101 98 20 47
Richelieu Phoenix #1 26 11 13 2 114 106 23 47
Richelieu Phoenix #2 26 10 16 0 108 140 24 44
Chambly Remparts 26 11 14 1 85 80 12 35
Beloeil Tigers 26 7 17 2 81 116 19 35
Varennes Blitz 26 5 21 0 56 155 20 30


link to league standings

PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

Double elimination tournament

ResultsEdit

The playoffs were cancelled after two games due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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