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Rive-Nord Junior AA
Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Founded [[]]
No. of teams 10
Most recent champion(s) Joliette-Crabtree Cyclone

The Rive-Nord Junior AA Hockey League formerly the Laurentides-Lanaudière Junior AA Hockey League until 2020 is a Canadian junior ice hockey league in the Laurentides and Lanaudière Regions of Quebec. The league is sanctioned by Hockey Quebec and Hockey Canada and its champions competes annually for the Coupe Dodge.

150px former logo as Ligue Junior AA Hockey Laurentides-Launaudière


2008 Coupe Dodge Ram

The Repentigny Mustangs were the 2008 Laurentides-Lanaudriere Champions. The playoff victory gained them entry into the Coupe Dodge Ram. Unlike years before and after, Hockey Quebec elected to have two Junior AA championships and two champions in 2008. The Mustangs qualified for the "Ram" tournament and began by defeating Sept-Iles 6-1. In the next game they beat the Normandin Eperviers 5-4. Entering the quarter-final round, they ran into Sept-Iles again, this time crushing them 9-0. In the semi-finals, the Mustangs drew Baie-Comeau and beat them 7-1. The finals, saw a rematch between the Mustangs and the Eperviers where the Mustangs won 5-2 to become champions of Eastern Quebec.[1]

2009 Coupe Dodge

In 2009, the Moulins Garaga were the LLJAAHL playoff champions. The Garaga went to the Coupe Dodge tournament. In their first game, they defeated the Montreal-Est Federation 8-7. In their second game, the defeated the West Island Royals 5-4 and then beat the Trois-Pistoles Rebels 5-2. This got them to the quarter-final, where they beat the BCC Harfangs 5-1. In the semi-final, Garaga defeated Montreal-Est once again (3-1) to gain entry into the Provincial final. In the final, the Garaga faced the St-Cyrille Cyclones, who they beat 3-2 to win the Coupe Dodge as Quebec Junior AA champions.[2]

2012 Coupe Dodge

The 2012 LLJAAHL champions were the Lorraine-Rosemere Nationals. The Nationals travelled to Lachute, Quebec to compete for the Coupe Dodge provincial championship. Their first game was a tough 7-2 loss to the Montreal Nordiques. The Nationals next game was only marginally better, losing to the Jonquiere Marquis 7-5. The Nationals rebounded in their third preliminary game, defeating the Verdun/Lasalle Cobras 3-1. In the tournament quarter-final, the Nationals defeated the Quebec-Ouest Ambassadors 2-1. In the semi-final, Lorraine-Rosemere crushed La Vallee Draveurs 8-3 to get into the finals. The championship game saw the Nationals in a rematch against Jonquiere. This time, the Nationals dominated the Marquis, beating them 5-0 to win the Coupe Dodge as Quebec Junior AA champions.[3]

2015-16 Season

For the 2015-16 season the league is adding the Joliette-Crabtree Cyclones.   The team takes its name after several teams that previously had the Joliette Cyclones moniker.  The team will be based out of the Roch Lasalle Crabtree Arena.  The league also added the Lorraine-Rosemere National. The league lost the Moulins Gladiateurs.


Team Centre
Boisbriand/Ste-Therese Royals Boisbriand, Quebec
Joliette-Crabtree Cyclone Joliette, Quebec
Lorraine-Rosemere Nationals Lorraine, Quebec
Mirabel-Blainville Monarchs Mirabel, Quebec
Mont-Laurier Rapids Mont-Laurier, Quebec
Mont-Tremblant Devils Mont-Tremblant, Quebec
Moulins Gladiators Mascouche, Quebec
Repentigny Olympics Repentigny, Quebec
St-Eustache Patriots Saint-Eustache, Quebec


Bolded are the winners of the Coupe Dodge Quebec Junior AA Championship.

  • 2003 Lachute (regular season)
  • 2004 Mont-Tremblant (North), St-Eustache Patriotes (South)
  • 2005 St-Eustache Patriots
  • 2006 St-Eustache Patriots
  • 2007 Laval Ducs
  • 2008 Repentigny Mustangs
  • 2009 Moulins Garaga
  • 2010 Lorraine-Rosemère Nationals
  • 2011 St-Jerome Alouettes
  • 2012 Lorraine-Rosemère Nationals
  • 2013 St-Eustache Patriots
  • 2014 Mirabel-Blainville Monarchs
  • 2015 Moulins Gladiateurs
  • 2016 Boisbriand/Sainte-Therese Royals
  • 2017 Joliette-Crabtree Cyclones
  • 2018 Draveurs Trois-Rivières Draveurs
  • 2019 Joliette-Crabtree Cyclones
  • 2020 Playoffs Cancelled


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