RELIVE THE GREAT MOMENTS, THE UNFORGETTABLE EXPLOITS. Here are the names that have marked the history of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League!
Drummondville | Québec | Shawinigan | Sorel | Trois-Rivières
Cornwall | Laval | Rosemont | Sherbrooke | St-Jérôme | Verdun
M. Robert LeBel, , QMJHL founding-president
1995 - He was the first member inducted in the QMJHL Hall of Fame.
DYNASTY! Quebec Remparts: they won 5 times the President Cup, in 7 years.
(1970 | 1971 | 1973 | 1974 | 1976)
Memorial Cup - the Remparts are the Canadian Champions!
1972 | 1980 | 1981
2 President Cups with the Remparts (1974 | 1976)
Switzerland Pro Career, with 5 prestigious franchises : HC Fribourg-Gottéron (1980-86), HC Martigny (1986-92), Lausanne HC (1992-97), HC Sierre-Anniviers (1997-98) and Genève-Servette HC (1998-99).
A fantastic NHL career: more than 1000 games, 8 different 30-point seasons, no fewer than 1928 penalty minutes!
More than 1000 games in the NHL! | Winnipeg Jets captain (1982-83 and 1983-84) | He wears a Stanley Cup ring (Montreal | 1986)
Dupont maintained the record for 9 years…
the Jacques-Plante Trophy three consecutive times (1975-76 | 1976-77 | 1977-78)
Outstanding Goals-against averages for this era: (3,92 | 3,63 | 3,39)
Spectacular Denis Savard, 1338 points in the NHL, 28th rank in the League history | He won the Stanley Cup in the Montreal Canadiens jersey in 1993.
90 goals in 109 games!
A glorious career in the NHL, 7 different 40-goal seasons | His personal high, 57 goals in the Quebec Nordiques uniform in 1982-83.
Castors major record, established January 29th, 1978: "Most goals in one game" - they won 22-4 against the Shawinigan Dynamos.
NHL career: 1468 games, 6 Stanley Cups, in the 1980's and 1990's.
Recordman in the NHL, as a defenseman: 410 goals | 1169 assists | 1579 points
The trophy Guy Carbonneau is awarded annually to the "Best Defensive Forward" in the QMJHL!
Saguenéens defenseman recordman with 111 points in 1979-80
He was named the QMJHL president in 1981, after 10 years involved with the Laval National.
Following his passing in 1983, the "Governors Trophy" will become the "Jean-Rougeau Trophy".
234 points | 104 goals | 130 assists!
the best totals in Canadian Junior Major hockey! Future NHL All-Star Patrick Roy (Granby | photo) was not able to stop Lemieux here!
March 14th, 1984 - In his last regular season game with the Voisins, in the Colisée de Laval - Mario Lemieux's amazing night of 11 points, 6 goals and 5 helpers. He broke Guy Lafleur's 130 goal- mark set in 1971!
In 1985-86, the Voisins will change their uniform, and will become one of the greatest winning teams as the Laval Titan!
Wayne Gretzky became the new owner of the Hull Olympiques.
and the new GM went off to 7 playoff titles, a QMJHL summit
The defenseman played during 16 seasons in the NHL, 1 113 games, 752 points
Gilles Courteau - some great builders of the QMJHL before him: John Horman, Paul Dumont, Marcel Robert, Paul Cazeau…
135 assists in 1986-87, the two greatest helpers in QMHJL history: Pierre Larouche (157) and Mario Lemieux (149)
From the QMJHL - All claimed 1st pick overall in the annual NHL Draft:
Guy Lafleur (1971), Dale Hawerchuk (1981), Mario Lemieux (1984), Pierre Turgeon (1987), Alexandre Daigle (1993), Vincent Lecavalier (1998), Marc-André Fleury (2003), Sidney Crosby (2005), Nathan MacKinnon (2013),
Nico Hischier (2017), Alexis Lafrenière (2020).
The most productive teammates in the history of the QMJHL!
Shawinigan Cataractes' Patrice Lefebvre (595 points) and Stéphan Lebeau (580 points)
250 points, 121 goals, in only 132 games in junior major hockey
Named "Best Professional Prospect" (1988-89)
President Cup with the Laval Titan (1989 | 1990)
Gold medalist, two times, with Team Canada Junior (1990 | 1991)
First woman to play in the QMJHL!
November 26th, 1991- Manon Rhéaume, Trois-Rivières Draveurs
(17 minutes, 3 goals allowed, vs Granby)
Martin Brodeur, St-Hyacinthe Laser goaltender, New Jersey Devils, 1st round draft pick (NHL)
Most important goalie records of the NHL:
1266 games, 691 wins, 3 goals scored, 125 shutouts
Harold MacKay, (team president ) | Etienne Drapeau (rookie forward) | Jean-Sébastien Giguère (goaltender) | Clément Jodoin (head coach)
Théodore has signed 14 in a row during this outstanding streak!
Michel Therrien (head coach), Francis Bouillon (captain), Georges Morrissette (governor), Jean-Claude Morrissette (general manager)
Inducted in the QMJHL Hall of Fame, the same day as Mario Lemieux, Pierre Larouche and Georges Guilbault!
Two big marks as an official: 783 games in regular season, 150 other games in playoffs
equaling Normand Aubin (1979-80) and Stéphan Lebeau (1986-87).
He equaled the record for a defenceman, Jean-Marc Richard (1985-86).
Never drafted, but the quality of his slap shot will become an assets for an NHL: 89 goals, 547 games in the Major League!
QMJHL Record, lifetime, 332 points for a defenseman
he received the Guy Lafleur Trophy twice (2003 and 2004) and also raised the President Cup twice as team captain!
2003-04 - 135 points | 2004-05 - 168 points
RECORD : The Rimouski Oceanic (2004-05 edition)
IRRESISTIBLE UNDEFEATED STREAK: 35 consecutive games without a loss (28 in the season and 7 others in playoffs)
Incredible game, March 19th, 2006 - 11 points against Rimouski
The Québec Remparts won the Memorial Cup
For the 1st time, two QMJHL teams in the Memorial Cup Final Game
(Québec 6 vs Moncton 2)
HEAD COACH RECORD - A 3rd Cup for
(2003 | 2004 | 2008)
Sorel (1973-74), Trois-Rivières (1978-79), Halifax (2012-13)
(2005 to 2013)
Robert Desjardins (1.99 | Hull | 1986)
David Tremblay (1.96 | Gatineau | 2004)
very first on-ice official to reach the 1300 game-mark (seasons and playoffs included). He officiated his 1473rd and last game in 2018-19.
the king of the linesmen!
Antoine Morand, Joseph Veleno, Maxime Comtois
Stéphane QUINTAL, Danny GROULX, Eric TAYLOR "represented by his son Raymond",
Marc DENIS, Vincent LECAVALIER
2018 Champion - the Acadie-Bathurst Titan... Great 20-year old leaders: Olivier Galipeau, captain Jeffrey Truchon-Viel and Adam Holwell...
François Allaire, Mario Tremblay, Stéphane Fiset, Jean-Jacques Daigneault, were received by the QMJHL commissioner Gilles Courteau (center).
In 1972, Aurèle Joliat, legendary Montreal Canadiens former player, had congratulated him.
Colten Ellis (1.78 | Charlottetown) & Jonathan Lemieux (1.96 | Val-d’Or) :
The first two goaltenders in QMJHL history, to conclude a regular season with a goals-against average below the 2.00 mark.
All games played in the League Semi-Finals and the Final Series where played in Quebec City (Centre Vidéotron) in a protected environment; around 2000 spectators per game – the limit imposed by the government - sat in the stands to see Games 2 to 6 of the Final Series.