Hockey March 8, 2018


PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
7) Rangers de Montréal-Est vs. 10) Titan de Princeville
8) Forts de Chambly vs. 9) Montagnards de St-Gabriel-de-Brandon
1) Cobras de Terrebonne vs. Lowest-seeded winner
2) Collège Français de Longueuil vs. Highest-seeded winner
3) Inouk de Granby vs. 6) Braves de Valleyfield
4) Panthères de Saint-Jérôme vs. 5) Flames de Gatineau

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
St-Louis Division
Longueuil – 79 points (38-8-3)
Granby – 74 points (35-9-4)
Valleyfield – 54 points (24-19-6)
Chambly – 44 points (21-26-2)
Princeville – 32 points (14-31-4)
Saint-Lazare – 25 points (10-34-5)

Burrows Division
Terrebonne – 87 points (43-5-1)
Saint-Jérôme – 70 points (34-13-2)
Gatineau – 61 points (28-16-5)
Montréal-Est – 51 points (24-22-3)
St-Gabriel-de-Brandon – 32 points (14-30-4)
Montréal-Nord – 17 points (8-40-1)

LEADING SCORERS
Brendan Hamelin (Terrebonne) – 36G 86A 122P
Vincent Chapleau (Longueuil) – 44G 70A 114P
William Leclerc (Chambly) – 37G 73A 110P
Joey Brennan (Gatineau) – 26G 81A 107P
Éric Léger (Terrebonne) – 50G 48A 98P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Gabriel Waked (Granby) – 11-4-0, 2.26 GAA, .919 SV%, 4 SO
Gabriel Morency (Longueuil) – 19-3-2, 2.31 GAA, .907 SV%, 4 SO
Philippe Gaudreault (Terrebonne) – 17-0-0, 2.40 GAA, .907 SV%, 2 SO
Samuel Gagnon (Saint-Jérôme) – 15-8-0, 3.03 GAA, .900 SV%, 0 SO
Jérémy Bélisle (Terrebonne) – 26-5-1, 3.05 GAA, .892 SV%, 1 SO

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2017 (Cobras de Terrebonne – third place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
8 (2017, 2006, 2003, 2001, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1990)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
none (best finish: runner-up – Élites de Châteauguay, 1993)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
none

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – COBRAS DE TERREBONNE
The first Quebec team to win its way to the RBC Cup since 2006, the Cobras
de Terrebonne followed it up with a second-consecutive regular-season title
in the LHJQ. The Cobras ran off nine wins in a row to open their schedule
and never looked back, finishing eight points up on Longueuil. Terrebonne
was consistent from start to finish, posting win streaks of eight (Sept.
7-Oct. 1), seven (Oct. 22-Nov. 12) and 10 (Nov. 24-Jan. 5), and never
losing consecutive games. The Cobras finished with a ridiculous +206 goal
differential, averaging more than seven goals a game (347 in 49 games),
with scoring champion Brendan Hamelin (36-86—122) the first of three
Terrebonne skaters in the top six, and six in the top 20.

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