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Coupe Dodge
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Coupe Dodge
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Founded 1978
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Official website http://www.coupe-dodge.qc.ca

The Quebec Provincial Hockey Championship (French: Championnats Provinciaux de Hockey, known as Coupe Dodge, or the Dodge Cup for commercial reasons) is a provincial championship in the men's and women's amateur ice hockey leagues in Quebec, Canada. This tournament is sanctioned by both Fédération québécoise de hockey sur glace (Hockey Quebec) and Hockey Canada.


History

The first provincial championships organized by Hockey Quebec were presented at Montreal in 1978. The name of the trophy has changed over the years because of sponsorship: Daoust (1978-85), Purlator (1986-88), Chrysler (1989-2002), and since 2003, the Dodge brand.[1] This tournament that determines the top double letter teams ("AA" ) at each level for boys and girls (U7, U9. U11, U13, U15, U18, U21) within the province of Quebec. Generally, the Quebec Provincial Championship extends over four or five days in April of every year.

Men's Provincial Championship

The Dodge Cup is the Quebec Provincial Championship for all age levels represented for U-21 (previously known as Junior B, or "Junior AA" in Quebec) hockey in Canada. Similar provincial championships exist in Ontario (Sutherland Cup), Western Canada (Keystone Cup), Eastern Ontario (Barkley Cup), and Atlantic Canada (Don Johnson Memorial Cup)—leaving five teams at the end of each year with a shared claim to being the best Junior B team in Canada.

The U-21 "AA" championships began in 1988. In 2006, Hockey Quebec allowed for the Shawville Pontiacs and the Gatineau Mustangs of the Eastern Ontario Junior B Hockey League to take part in the event, even though they compete in a league based in Ontario. In 2008, Hockey Quebec allowed for two regional champions to share the Dodge Cup.

List of U21 "AA" (or B in other parts of Canada) Provincial Champions

In Québec, the U-21 "AA" classification is the equivalent of Junior "B" in the rest of Canada.[2] The 2008 year marked a decision by Hockey Quebec to allow two separate tournaments with two separate champions.

2022 Laval Senateurs
2021 2021 Tournament cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2020 2020 Tournament cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2019 Bellechasse Lafontaine
2018 Bellechasse Lafontaine
2017 Bellechasse Lafontaine
2016 Trois-Rivières Draveurs
2015 Bellechasse Lafontaine
2014 Cowansville Nordik
2013 Mustang de St-Tite
2012 National de Rosemère
2011 Express du Suroit
2010 Momo Sports de Windsor
2009 Garaga des Moulins
2008 West Éclaireurs de Richelieu
2008 East Mustangs de Repentigny
2007 Nordiques de Montréal-Nord
2006 V Boutin de Plessisville
2005 Gouverneurs de St-Hubert
2004 Gouverneurs de St-Hubert
2003 Sénateurs de Laval
2002 Sénateurs de Laval
2001 National de Rosemère
2000 Express de Laval
1999 Atmosphère de St-Romuald
1998 Rive-Sud
1997 Broncos de Brossard
1996 Cougars de Warwick
1995 Dynamiques St-Raymond
1994 Frontaliers de Coaticook
1993 Dynamiques St-Raymond
1992 R.B.M. de St-Henri
1991 Laurentiens de Charlesbourg
1990 Ste-Marie-Beauce
1989 Castors de Dolbeau
1988 St. Hyacinthe Toros
1987 Draveurs de Trois-Rivières
1986 Cancelled
1985 Jonquière Marquis
1984 St. Antoine Rapidos
1983 LaSalle Cyclones
1982 Ste. Foy
1981 Longueuil

Junior BB

A Junior BB championship ran from 1993 until 2005. Junior BB is now the Junior A designation and does not have a provincial playdown. To the rest of Canada, this was considered Junior C.

1993 Coleraine Relance
1994 Rimouski Patriots
1995 Rimouski Patriots
1996 Lachute Stars
1997 Jonquiere Marquis
1998 Centre Mauricie Patriots
1999 Pointe-Lévy Commanders
2000 St-Cyrille Cyclones
2001 Trois-Rivières D’Artagnan
2002 Métabetchouan Royals
2003 Trois-Rivières D’Artagnan
2004 Mont-Tremblant Diablos
2005 Plessisville V. Boutin

Women's Provincial Championship

History

In 2008, the first Provincial Championship for women was added.

  • U-11 (9–10 years )
  • U-13 (11–12 years)
  • U-15 (13–14 years)
  • U-18 (15-16-17 years)
  • U-21 (18-19-20-21 years)

[3]

In 2007, the Dodge Cup has 60 women's teams quarrel the competition during 11–15 April: U-13 AA 6 teams, U-13 A 10 teams, U-15 AA 8 teams, U-15 A 8 teams, U-18 AA 8 teams, U-18 A 10 teams and finally U-21 A 10 teams.[4] Since 2008 the women's Dodge Cup is held at a different venue and date than the men's competition.[5]

Tournaments

2008

The historic first presentation of the women's provincial championships took place in 2008. The women's and men's championships both took place in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean and Côte-Nord regions during 9–13 April 2008. A total of 66 women's teams competed for the championship: Pee-wee AA 8 teams, Pee-wee A 10 teams, Bantam AA 10 teams, Bantam A 8 teams, Midget AA 10 teams, Midget A 12 teams and finally Junior A 8 teams:[6]

  • Pee-wee AA , played at Aréna Luc & Marie-Claude, in La Malbaie.
  • Pee-wee A , contested at Aréna de Donnacona, in Donnacona.
  • Bantam AA , competed at Aréna Luc & Marie-Claude, in La Malbaie.
  • Bantam A , participated at Aréna de Donnacona, in Donnacona.
  • Midget AA and Midget A , played at Centre récréatif St-Félicien, in St-Félicien.
  • Junior A , played at Aréna de Mashteuiatsh, in Mashteuiatsh.

: The Champions 2008

Category Classe Team of the region
Pee-wee AA Rafales de la Mauricie Mauricie
Pee-wee A Express de l'Outaouais Outaouais
Bantam AA Sélects du Lac St-Louis Lake St-louis
Bantam A Étoiles de Beauval Lake St-Louis
Midget AA Remparts du Richelieu Richelieu
Midget A les Intrépides Gaspésie Îles-De-la-Madeleine
Junior A Chaudière-Etchemin Québec Chaudière-Appalache

[7]

2009

The 2009 edition of the women's provincial championship took place in the Lake Saint Louis region from 8–12 April 2009: 66 women's teams competed in 7 different categories :Pee Wee A 8 teams, Pee Wee AA 8 teams, Bantam A 8 teams, Bantam AA 12 teams, Midget A 8 teams, Midget AA 12 teams and Junior A 10 teams.[8] In addition, it was the first presence of four semifinalist teams that came from the Quebec women collegial league (Ligue de hockey féminin collégial AA).

: The Champions 2009

Category Classe Team of the region
Pee-wee AA Rafales de la Mauricie Mauricie
Pee-wee A Rafales de Sherbrooke Estrie
Bantam AA Élites de l'Estrie Estrie
Bantam A Lachine Maroons Lake St-Louis
Midget AA Lac St-Louis Lake St-Louis
Midget A Sherbrooke Queens Estrie
Junior A Charlesbourg Quebec Chaudiere-Appalaches
Collegiate AA Lynx du Collège Édouard Montpetit Richelieu

[9]

2010

The 2010 Provincial Championship was held from 31 March to 4 April 2010. The women's championship was from 7 to 11 April:[10] the events from the Coupe Dodge were held in the region of Estrie. The organizing committee selected five cities as hosts for the women's competition. The event, which featured approximately 2000 female players, featured a total of 223 matches.[11] In addition, the 2010 edition of the Cup gave way to some novelties, of which there was a Skills Challenge exclusively featuring women. Said challenge served to indicate the best player as well as the best goalkeeper in terms of skill.[12] Finally we attended the semi-finals and the final of women college ice hockey (Ligue de hockey féminin collégial AA).[13]

: The Champions 2010

Category Classe Team of the region
Atom A Aigles Trois-Rivières Ouest Mauricie
Atom B Castors de Normandie Mauricie
Pee-wee AA Express du Richelieu Richelieu
Pee-wee A Express de l'Outaouais Outaouais
Pee-wee B Riveraines Bécancour-Lotbinière Mauricie
Bantam AA Élites de l'Estrie Estrie
Bantam A Rebelles de Laval Laval
Bantam B Rebelles de Saguenay Saguenay-Lac St-Jean
Midget AA Remparts du Richelieu Richelieu
Midget A Harfangs des Laurentides Laurentides
Midget B Royals West-Island Lake St-Louis
Junior A Rafales de Mauricie Mauricie
Junior B Panthères Rose Nicolet Mauricie
Collegiate AA Lynx du Collège Édouard Montpetit Richelieu

[14]

2011=

The competition was held from 31 March to 3 April in Montreal.[15] For the first time in the four year existence of the women's Provincial Championship, the women's tournament will be contested in a city different from the men's competition: 118 women's teams (1775 girls playing[16] ) in 14 category.[17]

  • Atom A, played at Centre Étienne Desmarteau
  • Atom B, played at Aréna Henri-Bourassa
  • Pee-wee AA, played at Aréna Michel-Normandin
  • Pee-wee A, played at Centre Étienne Desmarteau
  • Pee-wee B, played at Aréna Bill Burnan
  • Bantam AA, played at Aréna Chaumont
  • Bantam A, played at Aréna Michel-Normandin
  • Bantam B , played at Aréna Chaumont
  • Midget AA , played at Aréna St-Louis
  • Midget A , played at Centre Étienne Desmarteau
  • Midget B , played at Aréna Bill Burnan
  • Junior A , played at Aréna Chaumont
  • Junior B , played at Aréna Chaumont
  • Collegiate AA , played at Centre Étienne Desmarteau

[18]

The finals of four championship categories[19](besides the semi-finals and the finals of Ligue de hockey féminin collégial AA)[20] was presented at the Centre Étienne Desmarteau.[21]

: The Champions 2011

Category Classe Team of the region
Atom A Aigles Trois-Rivières Ouest[22] Mauricie
Atom B Rapides Sherbrooke[23] Estrie
Pee-wee AA Élites Estrie[24] Estrie
Pee-wee A Étoile Beauval[25] St-Louis lake
Pee-wee B Aigles Trois-Rivières Ouest Mauricie
Bantam AA Élites Estrie Estrie
Bantam A Rebelles Saguenay[26] Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean
Bantam B Canadiennes Montreal[27] Montreal
Midget AA Kodiacs Lac St-Louis[28] St-Louis lake
Midget A Rebelles Saguenay[29] Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean
Midget B Panthères Thetford-Mines Quebec-Chaudière-Appalaches
Junior A Rafales Shawinigan[30] Mauricie
Junior B Royals West-Island[31] St-Louis Lake
Collegiate AA Patriotes du Cégep Saint-Laurent[32] Montreal

[33]

2012

The women's Provincial Championships were held from 12 till 15 April 2012 to Laval.[34] More than 200 girls' ice hockey teams from 14 regions of Quebec will come to conclude the 2011-12 regular season and to determine champions in the various categories.[35]

Because of a change by the Quebec Student Sports Federation, the collegiate division was now labeled by RSEQ, the French title for the governing body of collegiate sports in the province.

The tournaments were held in seven venues in Laval, and five in Montréal:[36]

  • Atom A,
  • Atom B,
  • Pee-wee AA,
  • Pee-wee A,
  • Pee-wee B,
  • Bantam AA,
  • Bantam A,
  • Bantam B ,
  • Midget AA ,
  • Midget A ,
  • Midget B ,
  • Junior AA.
  • Junior A ,
  • Junior B
  • Collegiate RSEQ ,

: The Champions 2012

Category Classe Team of the region
Atom A
Atom B
Pee-wee AA
Pee-wee A
Pee-wee B
Bantam AA
Bantam A
Bantam B
Midget AA
Midget A
Midget B
Junior AA
Junior A Rafales de Louiseville Mauricie
Junior B Metro-Brunelle du Val St-Francois Estrie
Collegiate RSEQ Limoilou Titans

2013-2021 champions

  • 2013: Mauricie-Rafales Shawinigan-Sud (Junior A), Mauricie-Cataractes Shawinigan (Junior B), Limouilou Titans (Collegiate D1), Lionel-Groulx (Collegiate D2)
  • 2014: Les Rapides de Sherbrooke (Junior A), Rafaels Mauricie (Junior B), Limouilou Titans (Collegiate), Champlain-Lennoxville (Collegiate D2)
  • 2015: Les Rapides de l'Estrie (Junior A), Metro-Brubelle (Junior B), Patriotes St-Laurent (Collegiate)
  • 2016: Rafaels Mauricie (Junior A), Canadiennes 1 Montreal (Junior B)
  • 2017: Chaudiere-Appalaches Challengers (Junior A), Richelieu Rapides (Junior B)
  • 2018: Rebelles Laval (Junior A), Richelieu Rapides (Junior B)
  • 2019: Westlake Wild (Junior A), Nord-Cotieres JRB (Junior B)
  • 2020-2021: cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic

2012-2016 results

References

  1. Historique des Championnats (French)
  2. Champions listed by Hockey Quebec
  3. Category in Quebec ice hockey 2010-2011 (French)
  4. Programme 2007 (French)
  5. [1] (French)
  6. Coupe Dodge 2008 (French)
  7. Les équipes gagnantes de la Coupe Dodge 2008
  8. Coupe Dodge 2009 (French)
  9. You must specify title = and url = when using {{cite web}}.. Archived from the original on 21 March 2012. Retrieved on 28 November 2006.
  10. L'Ouverture officielle de la Coupe Dodge 2010 au site de Drummonville (French)
  11. Le volet féminin de la Coupe Dodge 2010, une première digne de mention(French)
  12. Les grandes gagnantes du Défi des habilités (French)
  13. Hockey collégial féminin AA : les Lynx visent un 3e titre de suite (French)
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