The event was founded in to coincide with the Quebec Winter Carnivaland give an opportunity to players under 12 years of age to have international competition. The tournament raises funds for the local Patro Roc-Amadour foundation, and is mostly run by volunteers and a few staff. The event takes place each year in February at the Videotron Centreand previously spent 56 seasons at the Quebec Coliseum.
Tournament Site Map. Turn left after shopping center. If you wish to stay at another location, the host committee will not compensate your team.
The playoffs start on Saturday and will conclude on Monday. The first place American Team automatically qualifies. The final slot 6 shall go to either the fifth place National Team or the second place American Team based on certain criteria.
Our annual Golf Outing will be held August 26, Ice Hockey has organized this outing to help raise funds for the continued effort in keeping costs of playing ice hockey as reasonable as possible for those less fortunate. While enjoying a day of golf, you will assist in providing an opportunity for kids to play the great game of hockey.
Best Quebec Pee-Wee International tournament performances? Chicago Blackhawks: Kirby Dach, C. Buffalo Sabres: Dylan Cozens, C.
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After more than fifty years of existence, the International Hockey Tournament Peewee Quebec remains a place of unforgettable encounters and memorable moments, thousands of players aged 11 and 12 years come to defend the colors of their team. The tournament was founded in by Gerard Bolduc. In its first edition, the tournament hosted 28 teams and nearly 20, spectators.
The Marlboro hockey club has enjoyed unprecedented success in the current century but those achievements are only a continuation of the winning tradition that has been established over the past years of Marlboro hockey. The first Marlboro minor team was established in the season in the Junior Division 14 — 18 year olds of the Toronto Lacrosse and Hockey League. Competing in seasons that lasted only 8 — 10 weeks when natural ice was available, the young club would typically play a schedule of 10 games including playoffs and provincial championships.
If you are a player born in or and you are interested in going to the greatest Peewee Hockey Tournament in the world please register for the Junior Wings Hockey Club Tryouts. The Tryout Camp Dates are now set for August Interested players must complete the Tryout Registration Form and make the payment on the Registration page.