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Road to the 2019 TELUS Cup: LHMAAAQ
The Chevaliers de Lévis rewrote the record books in the LHMAAAQ, winning 34 in a row en route to a 41-1 regular season
Jason La Rose
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February 27, 2019
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The Chevaliers de Lévis rewrote the record books in the LHMAAAQ, putting together the greatest season in the 43-year history of the league. The Chevaliers opened the season with 34 consecutive wins, obliterating the old record of 25 that had stood since 1984-85, and finished with just a single loss in 42 games, setting the mark for most wins (41) and most road wins (21). Not surprisingly, Lévis led the way at both ends of the ice – league scoring champion Joshua Roy (38-50—88) paced an offence that potted 225 goals, while the defence allowed more than two goals just eight times en route to a league-low 71.

PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
1) Chevaliers de Lévis vs. 14) Riverains du Collège Charles-Lemoyne
2) Cantonniers de Magog vs. 13) Forestiers d’Amos
3) Intrépide de Gatineau vs. 12) Vikings de Saint-Eustache
4) Estacades de Trois-Rivières vs. 11) Rousseau Royal de Laval-Montréal
5) Lions du Lac St-Louis vs. 10) Phénix du Collège Esther-Blondin
6) Blizzard du Séminaire Saint-François vs. 9) Grenadiers de Châteauguay
7) Gaulois de Saint-Hyacinthe vs. 8) Élites de Jonquière

FINAL STANDINGS (W-OTW-OTL-L)
Lévis – 118 points (36-5-0-1)
Magog – 106 points (33-1-5-3)
Gatineau – 86 points (26-2-4-10)
Trois-Rivières – 84 points (24-4-4-10)
Lac St-Louis – 71 points (21-3-2-16)
Séminaire Saint-François – 68 points (19-5-1-17)
Saint-Hyacinthe – 62 points (16-6-2-18)
Jonquière – 58 points (14-5-6-17)
Châteauguay – 51 points (11-6-6-19)
Collège Esther-Blondin – 48 points (13-4-1-24)
Laval-Montréal – 47 points (14-1-3-24)
Saint-Eustache – 45 points (13-2-2-25)
Amos – 38 points (11-1-3-27)
Collège Charles-Lemoyne – 35 points (10-1-3-28)
Collège Notre-Dame – 28 points (7-1-5-29)

LEADING SCORERS
Joshua Roy (Lévis) – 38G 50A 88P
Matt Choupani (Lac St-Louis) – 43G 40A 83P
Nicolas Daigle (Lévis) – 18G 54A 72P
Alexandre Doucet (Magog) – 29G 26A 55P
Christopher Duchesne (Lac St-Louis) – 17G 37A 54P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2018 (Cantonniers de Magog – silver medal)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984)
40 (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1990 (host), 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1995 (host), 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2000 (host), 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2005 (host), 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2010 (host), 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2015 (host), 2016, 2017, 2018)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2001 (Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
10 (1979, Couillard de Ste-Foy; 1981, Lions du Lac St-Louis; 1985, Lions du Lac St-Louis; 1987, Riverains du Richelieu; 1990, Riverains du Richelieu; 1992, Lions du Lac St-Louis; 1996, Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy; 1998, Riverains du Collège Charles-Lemoyne; 2000, Cantonniers de Magog; 2001, Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy)

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