2008–09 QMJHL season

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2008–09 QMJHL season
League Quebec Major Junior Hockey League
Duration Preseason
Regular season
2008-09-11–2009-03-15
Playoffs
2009-03-20–2009-05-12
Champions Drummondville Voltigeurs
Number of teams 18
Commissioner Gilles Courteau
QMJHL seasons

 2007–08

2009–10 

The 2008–09 QMJHL season was the 40th season of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). The regular season began on September 11, 2008, and ended on March 15, 2009. The 2008 ADT Canada Russia Challenge series, featuring Team QMJHL versus the Russian Selects, took place on November 17 and 19, 2008. Eighteen teams played 68 games each. The Drummondville Voltigeurs, who finished first overall in the regular season, went on to capture their first President's Cup vs. the Shawinigan Cataractes in a series they won 4-3.

Notable dates[edit]

Offseason
Regular season
Playoffs

Standings[edit]

Division Standings[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime losses ; SL - Shootout losses ; GF = Goals for ; GA = Goals against; Pts = Points

Division Telus Centre GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts
Drummondville Voltigeurs z 68 54 10 0 4 345 189 112
Shawinigan Cataractes x 68 51 14 3 0 308 183 105
Victoriaville Tigres x 68 32 32 2 2 219 249 68
Lewiston MAINEiacs x 68 22 43 1 2 190 286 47
Division Telus Est GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts
Québec Remparts z 68 49 16 0 3 282 184 101
Rimouski Océanic x 68 44 23 1 0 267 223 89
Chicoutimi Saguenéens x 68 24 32 4 8 215 256 60
Baie-Comeau Drakkar x 68 22 37 7 2 206 297 53
Division Atlantique GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts
Moncton Wildcats z 68 48 14 2 4 236 149 102
Cape Breton Screaming Eagles x 68 46 18 3 1 252 201 96
Saint John Sea Dogs x 68 34 30 2 2 222 232 72
P.E.I. Rocket x 68 26 32 5 5 229 243 62
Acadie-Bathurst Titan x 68 20 35 7 6 187 256 53
Halifax Mooseheads 68 19 41 3 5 193 290 46
Division Telus Ouest GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts
Gatineau Olympiques z 68 38 25 2 3 232 232 81
Montreal Junior Hockey Club x 68 34 30 2 2 211 202 72
Rouyn-Noranda Huskies x 68 30 30 5 3 210 245 68
Val-d'Or Foreurs 68 19 41 3 5 206 293 46

Overall Standing[edit]

  • determines standings for the second round of the playoffs.

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime losses ; SL - Shootout losses ; GF = Goals for ; GA = Goals against; Pts = Points

Rank Team GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts
1 Drummondville Voltigeurs z 68 54 10 0 4 345 189 112
2 Moncton Wildcats z 68 48 14 2 4 236 149 102
3 Québec Remparts z 68 49 16 0 3 282 184 101
4 Gatineau Olympiques z 68 38 25 2 3 232 232 81
5 Shawinigan Cataractes x 68 51 14 3 0 308 183 105
6 Cape Breton Screaming Eagles x 68 46 18 3 1 252 201 96
7 Rimouski Océanic x 68 44 23 1 0 267 223 89
8 Montreal Junior Hockey Club x 68 34 30 2 2 211 202 72
9 Saint John Sea Dogs x 68 34 30 2 2 222 232 72
10 Victoriaville Tigres x 68 32 32 2 2 219 249 68
11 Rouyn-Noranda Huskies x 68 30 30 5 3 210 245 68
12 P.E.I. Rocket x 68 26 32 5 5 229 243 62
13 Chicoutimi Saguenéens x 68 24 32 4 8 215 256 60
14 Baie-Comeau Drakkar x 68 22 37 7 2 206 297 53
15 Acadie-Bathurst Titan x 68 20 35 7 6 187 256 53
16 Lewiston MAINEiacs x 68 22 43 1 2 190 286 47
17 Val-d'Or Foreurs 68 19 41 3 5 206 293 46
18 Halifax Mooseheads 68 19 41 3 5 193 290 46

x - team clinched QMJHL Playoff spot

z - team has cliched division

Scoring leaders[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Yannick Riendeau Drummondville Voltigeurs 64 58 68 126 31
Dany Masse Drummondville Voltigeurs 68 44 66 110 52
Cedric Lalonde-McNicoll Shawinigan Cataractes 65 38 66 104 22
Paul Byron Gatineau Olympiques 65 33 66 99 32
Mike Hoffman Drummondville Voltigeurs 62 52 42 94 86
Nicholas Petersen Shawinigan Cataractes 68 37 53 90 42
Felix Petit Baie-Comeau Drakkar 68 25 65 90 28
Matthew Pistilli Shawinigan Cataractes 63 45 41 86 37
Alexandre Quesnel Gatineau Olympiques 63 37 45 82 88
Robert Slaney Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 63 36 45 81 78

Leading goaltenders[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; Min = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; SOL = Shootout losses ; GA = Goals against; SO = Total shutouts; SV% = Save percentage; GAA = Goals against average

Player Team GP Min W L GA SO Sv% GAA
Nicola Riopel Moncton Wildcats 59 3487 43 15 117 5 .931 2.01
Charles Lavigne Quebec Remparts 51 2839 34 13 112 6 .916 2.37
Gabriel Girard Shawinigan Cataractes 30 1638 22 5 70 2 .895 2.57
Timo Pielmeier Shawinigan Cataractes 43 2408 29 11 106 2 .914 2.64
Antoine Tardif Drummondville Voltigeurs 43 2378 32 7 109 0 .893 2.75

Players[edit]

2008 QMJHL Entry Draft[edit]

First round
  1. Moncton Wildcats Brandon Gormley (D)
  2. Drummondville Voltigeurs Sean Couturier (C)
  3. Victoriaville Tigres Brandon Hynes (RW)
  4. Val-d'Or Foreurs Cedrick Henley (LW)
  5. Prince Edward Island Rocket Ben Duffy (F)
  6. Lewiston MAINEiacs Garrett Clarke (D)
  7. Shawinigan Cataractes Michael Bournival (C/LW)
  8. Montréal Juniors Guillaume Asselin (RW)
  9. Lewiston MAINEiacs Michael Chaput (C)
  10. Québec Remparts Samuel Carrier (D)
  11. Acadie-Bathurst Titan Vincent Arseneau (LW)
  12. Cape Breton Screaming Eagles Logan Shaw (RW)
  13. Moncton Wildcats Louis Domingue (G)
  14. Lewiston MAINEiacs Etienne Brodeur (LW)
  15. Val-d'Or Foreurs Alex Noel (RW)
  16. Gatineau Olympiques Yoan Pinette (RW)
  17. Acadie-Bathurst Titan Stefan Fournier (RW)
  18. Drummondville Voltigeurs Jerome Gauthier-Leduc (D)

2008 NHL Entry Draft[edit]

In total, 27 QMJHL players were selected at the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.

Trades[edit]

Date Deal made
January 8, 2009 To Shawinigan Cataractes
Mathieu Bolduc
To Chicoutimi Saguenéens
1st round pick, 2011
January 8, 2009 To Montreal Juniors
Philippe Fontaine
To Cape Breton Screaming Eagles
5th round pick, 2010
January 8, 2009 To Gatineau Olympiques
Dave Nolin
John Esposito
To Victoriaville Tigres
Bradley MacDonald
2nd round pick, 2010
January 8, 2009 To Acadie-Bathurst Titan
Artem Demkov
To Cape Breton Screaming Eagles
8th round pick, 2009
January 8, 2009 To Shawinigan Cataractes
Nicolas Marcoux-Larocque
To Saint John Sea Dogs
5th round pick, 2009 (Halifax Mooseheads)
January 8, 2009 To Shawinigan Cataractes
Maxime Macenauer
To Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
Brad Yetman
4th round pick, 2009
January 8, 2009 To Drummondville Voltigeurs
Francis Schanck
To Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
10th round pick, 2009
January 8, 2009 To PEI Rocket
Jarrad Struthers
To Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
2nd round pick, 2009 (Rouyn-Noranda Huskies)
3rd round pick, 2009 (Acadie-Bathurst Titan)
January 8, 2009 To Halifax Mooseheads
Andrew Smith
To Chicoutimi Saguenéens
8th round pick, 2009
January 8, 2009 To Chicoutimi Saguenéens
Louis Leblanc
Maxim Guerin
Marc-Andre Carre
To Val-d'Or Foreurs
3rd round pick, 2009
9th round pick, 2009
January 8, 2009 To Moncton Wildcats
Tomy Joly
To Acadie-Bathurst Titan
Julien Tremblay
2nd round pick, 2009 (Victoriaville Tigres)
2nd round pick, 2010
January 8, 2009 To Acadie-Bathurst Titan
Jeremie Blain
To Victoriaville Tigres
Olivier Jannard
4th round pick, 2010
5th round pick, 2010
January 8, 2009 To Baie-Comeau Drakkar
Anthony Taylor
To Montreal Juniors
Felix-Antoine Poulin
January 8, 2009 To Saint John Sea Dogs
Olivier Ouellet
To Chicoutimi Saguenéens
2nd round pick, 2009 (Shawinigan Cataractes)
January 7, 2009 To Val-d'Or Foreurs
Keven Charland-Guerette
To Saint John Sea Dogs
3rd round pick, 2009 (Halifax Mooseheads)
January 7, 2009 To Baie-Comeau Drakkar
Nathan Dunnett
7th round pick, 2009 (Rouyn-Noranda Huskies)
3rd round pick, 2010
To Drummondville Voltigeurs
Marco Cousineau
January 7, 2009 To Gatineau Olympiques
3rd round pick, 2009
To Drummondville Voltigeurs
3rd round pick, 2010 (Drummondville Voltigeurs)
January 7, 2009 To Baie-Comeau Drakkar
Jordan Bernier
Charles Vouligny
To Acadie-Bathurst Titan
5th round pick, 2009 (Acadie-Bathurst Titan)
January 7, 2009 To Baie-Comeau Drakkar
Francois Lacerte
4th round pick, 2009 (Lewiston Maineiacs)
To Rimouski Océanic
Maxime Ouimet
January 7, 2009 To Victoriaville Tigres
Tyler Noseworthy
To Moncton Wildcats
6th round pick, 2010
January 7, 2009 To Val-d'Or Foreurs
Michel Kowalew
To Montreal Juniors
10th round pick, 2009
January 6, 2009 To Saint John Sea Dogs
Mathieu Gingras
Simon Giroux
1st round pick, 2009
2nd round pick, 2010
To Drummondville Voltigeurs
Christopher DiDomenico
January 5, 2009 To Cape Breton Screaming Eagles
Brad Tesink
To Acadie-Bathurst Titan
Olivier Dame-Malka
January 6, 2009 To Rimouski Océanic
Marc-Andre Bourdon
Matthew Dopud
Justin MacNaughton
To Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
1st round pick, 2009 (Quebec Remparts)
2nd round pick, 2009
3rd round pick, 2009 (Quebec Remparts)
7th round pick, 2009
1st round pick, 2010
4th round pick, 2010
January 5, 2009 To Halifax Mooseheads
Pascal Amyot
1st round pick, 2009 (EU)
To Saint John Sea Dogs
1st round pick, 2009 (EU)
4th round pick, 2010
January 5, 2009 To Shawinigan Cataractes
Alex Grant
5th round pick, 2010
to Saint John Sea Dogs
Danick Gauthier
2nd round pick, 2009
1st round pick, 2010
January 5, 2009 To Rimouski Océanic
Jason Demers
To Victoriaville Tigres
8th round pick, 2009
January 5, 2009 To Quebec Remparts
Alexandre Neron
To Rimouski Océanic
1st round pick, 2009
3rd round pick, 2009
January 2, 2009 To Gatineau Olympiques
Alexei Dostoinov
To Saint John Sea Dogs
5th round pick, 2010
December 31, 2008 To Chicoutimi Saguenéens
Drew Paris
To Acadie-Bathurst Titan
4th round pick, 2009
4th round pick, 2010
December 31, 2008 To Val-d'Or Foreurs
Matthew Lachaine
Jeremiah Coon-Come
To PEI Rocket
Jason Legault
Maxime Levesque
December 31, 2008 To Shawinigan Cataractes
Nicolas Deslongchamps
9th round pick, 2009
To Victoriaville Tigres
Jean-Michel Fortier
December 30, 2008 To Moncton Wildcats
Joe Dillon
To Val-d'Or Foreurs
12th round pick, 2009
December 30, 2008 To Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
Mickael Audette
To Quebec Remparts
2nd round pick, 2009 (Drummondville Voltigeurs)
December 29, 2008 To Val-d'Or Foreurs
Sasha Famin
To Moncton Wildcats
Mitch Morgan
3rd round pick, 2009
1st round pick, 2010 (EU)
December 27, 2008 To Shawinigan Cataractes
4th round pick, 2009 (Shawinigan Cataractes)
To Lewiston Maineiacs
5th round pick, 2009
December 27, 2008 To Halifax Mooseheads
Jan Stransky
To Gatineau Olympiques
5th round pick, 2010 (Chicoutimi Saguenéens)
December 26, 2008 To Cape Breton Screaming Eagles
Michael Ward
Stephen Horyl
To Lewiston Maineiacs
Samuel Finn
Murdock MacLellan
5th round pick, 2010
December 26, 2008 To Cape Breton Screaming Eagles
Taylor MacDougall
To Montreal Juniors
Jeremy Gouchie
December 23, 2008 To Drummondville Voltigeurs
Gabriel Cote
To Acadie-Bathurst Titan
7th round pick, 2009 (Val-d'Or Foreurs)
December 23, 2008 To Rimouski Océanic
Logan MacMillan
to Halifax Mooseheads
Guillaume Pelletier
4th round pick, 2009
2nd round pick, 2010
2nd round pick, 2011
3rd round pick, 2011
December 22, 2008 To Saint John Sea Dogs
Benjamin Lecomte
To Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
6th round pick, 2009 (Rimouski Océanic)
December 22, 2008 To Lewiston Maineiacs
Nick Huard
To Victoriaville Tigres
Pierre-Luc Pelletier
December 22, 2008 To PEI Rocket
Joel Champagne
Christopher Guay
6th round pick, 2010
To Chicoutimi Saguenéens
Mathieu Tousignant
6th round pick, 2009 (Quebec Remparts)
December 22, 2008 To Drummondville Voltigeurs
Marc-Antoine Dupuis
To Acadie-Bathurst
8th round pick, 2009 (Acadie-Bathurst Titan)
December 20, 2008 To Val-d'Or Foreurs
Raphael Neiderer
To PEI Rocket
William Beaudoin
December 20, 2008 To Acadie-Bathurst Titan
Danick Malouin
To PEI Rocket
3rd round pick, 2009
November 25, 2008 To Gatineau Olympiques
Kyle Paige
To Saint John Sea Dogs
9th round pick, 2010
October 15, 2008 To Drummondville Voltigeurs
Patrik Prokop
To Gatineau Olympiques
6th round pick, 2008 (Gatineau Olympiques)
3rd round pick, 2010
October 9, 2008 To Halifax Mooseheads
Radek Vlasanek
To Acadie-Bathurst Titan
5th round pick, 2010
October 6, 2008 To Val-d'Or Foreurs
Francois Gauthier
5th round pick, 2009
To Saint John Sea Dogs
1st round pick, 2009 (EU)
October 1, 2008 To Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
Antoine Lafleur
To PEI Rocket
8th round pick (Drummondville Voltigeurs)
September 20, 2008 To Quebec Remparts
Maxime Pomerleau
To Halifax Mooseheads
7th round pick, 2009

Off-season[edit]

QMJHL Playoffs[edit]

Overview[edit]

First Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals QMJHL Championships
                       
1C Drummondville 4
4C Lewiston 0
1 Drummondville 4
8 Montreal 0
2O Montreal 4
3O Rouyn-Noranda 2
1 Drummondville 4
7 Rimouski 0
1A Moncton 4
4A P.E.I. 1
2 Moncton 1
7 Rimouski 4
2E Rimouski 4
3E Chicoutimi 0
1 Drummondville 4
5 Shawinigan 3
1E Quebec 4
4E Baie-Comeau 1
3 Quebec 4
6 Cape Breton 3
2A Cape Breton 4
3A Saint John 0
3 Quebec 1
5 Shawinigan 4
1O Gatineau 4
5A Acadie-Bathurst 1
4 Gatineau 1
5 Shawinigan 4
2C Shawinigan 4
3C Victoriaville 0

First Round[edit]

Division Telus Centre[edit]

(1C) Drummondville vs. (4C) Lewiston
Date Away Home
March 20 Lewiston 3 12 Drummondville
March 21 Lewiston 1 10 Drummondville
March 24 Drummondville 7 2 Lewiston
March 25 Drummondville 9 3 Lewiston
Drummondville wins 4–0
(2C) Shawinigan vs. (3C) Victoriaville
Date Away Home
March 20 Victoriaville 2 5 Shawinigan
March 21 Victoriaville 1 7 Shawinigan
March 24 Shawinigan 4 3 Victoriaville (OT)
March 25 Shawinigan 2 1 Victoriaville (OT)
Shawinigan wins 4–0

Division Telus Est[edit]

(1E) Québec vs. (4E) Baie-Comeau
Date Away Home
March 20 Baie-Comeau 1 8 Québec
March 21 Baie-Comeau 2 5 Québec
March 24 Québec 3 4 Baie-Comeau
March 25 Québec 5 2 Baie-Comeau
March 27 Baie-Comeau 1 7 Québec
Québec wins 4–1
(2E) Rimouski vs. (3E) Chicoutimi
Date Away Home
March 20 Chicoutimi 2 8 Rimouski
March 21 Chicoutimi 1 5 Rimouski
March 24 Rimouski 6 3 Chicoutimi
March 25 Rimouski 4 3 Chicoutimi
Rimouski wins 4–0

Division Atlantique[edit]

(1A) Moncton vs. (4A) P.E.I.
Date Away Home
March 20 P.E.I. 1 7 Moncton
March 21 P.E.I. 0 5 Moncton
March 24 Moncton 3 2 P.E.I. (OT)
March 25 Moncton 4 5 P.E.I.
March 28 P.E.I. 3 4 Moncton
Moncton wins 4–1
(2A) Cape Breton vs. (3A) Saint John
Date Away Home
March 20 Saint John 4 5 Cape Breton (OT)
March 21 Saint John 2 5 Cape Breton
March 24 Cape Breton 8 3 Saint John
March 25 Cape Breton 3 2 Saint John
Cape Breton wins 4–0

Division Telus Ouest[edit]

(1O) Gatineau vs. (5A) Acadie-Bathurst
Date Away Home
March 20 Acadie-Bathurst 4 5 Gatineau (OT)
March 21 Acadie-Bathurst 2 8 Gatineau
March 24 Gatineau 3 5 Acadie-Bathurst
March 25 Gatineau 4 0 Acadie-Bathurst
March 27 Gatineau 4 3 Acadie-Bathurst (OT)
Gatineau wins 4–1
(2O) Montréal vs. (3O) Rouyn-Noranda
Date Away Home
March 20 Rouyn-Noranda 3 5 Montréal
March 21 Rouyn-Noranda 4 3 Montréal
March 24 Montréal 4 1 Rouyn-Noranda
March 25 Montréal 2 3 Rouyn-Noranda
March 27 Rouyn-Noranda 0 7 Montréal
March 29 Montréal 4 3 Rouyn-Noranda
Montréal wins 4–2

Quarter-finals[edit]

(1) Drummondville vs. (8) Montréal
Date Away Home
March 29 Montréal 4 3 Drummondville
April 3 Montréal 1 7 Drummondville
April 4 Drummondville 4 3 Montréal (OT)
April 7 Drummondville 6 1 Montréal
April 8 Drummondville 5 3 Montréal
Drummondville wins 4–1
(2) Moncton vs. (7) Rimouski
Date Away Home
April 3 Rimouski 2 1 Moncton
April 4 Rimouski 0 3 Moncton
April 7 Moncton 2 3 Rimouski (OT)
April 8 Moncton 2 4 Rimouski
April 10 Rimouski 1 0 Moncton
Rimouski wins 4–1
(3) Québec vs. (6) Cape Breton
Date Away Home
April 3 Cape Breton 3 2 Québec (OT)
April 5 Cape Breton 5 3 Québec
April 7 Québec 3 2 Cape Breton
April 8 Québec 5 2 Cape Breton
April 10 Québec 2 3 Cape Breton
April 13 Cape Breton 0 3 Québec
April 14 Cape Breton 0 3 Québec
Québec wins 4–3
(4) Gatineau vs. (5) Shawinigan
Date Away Home
April 3 Shawinigan 4 3 Gatineau
April 4 Shawinigan 3 5 Gatineau
April 7 Gatineau 3 6 Shawinigan
April 8 Gatineau 2 4 Shawinigan
April 10 Shawinigan 5 2 Gatineau
Shawinigan wins 4–1

Semi-finals[edit]

(1) Drummondville vs. (7) Rimouski
Date Away Home
April 17 Rimouski 1 8 Drummondville
April 19 Rimouski 3 4 Drummondville
April 21 Drummondville 6 4 Rimouski
April 22 Drummondville 7 2 Rimouski
Drummondville wins 4–0
(3) Québec vs. (5) Shawinigan
Date Away Home
April 17 Shawinigan 2 4 Québec
April 18 Shawinigan 4 3 Québec
April 21 Québec 1 4 Shawinigan
April 22 Québec 4 5 Shawinigan
April 24 Shawinigan 6 1 Québec
Shawinigan wins 4–1

QMJHL Championship[edit]

(1) Drummondville vs. (5) Shawinigan
Date Away Home
May 1 Shawinigan 1 2 Drummondville
May 2 Shawinigan 5 3 Drummondville
May 5 Drummondville 5 4 Shawinigan
May 6 Drummondville 9 2 Shawinigan
May 8 Shawinigan 4 1 Drummondville
May 10 Drummondville 1 2 Shawinigan (OT)
May 12 Shawinigan 2 3 Drummondville
Drummondville wins 4–3

Canada Russia Challenge[edit]

The ADT Canada Russia Challenge is a six game series featuring four teams: three from the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) versus Russia's National Junior hockey team. Within the Canadian Hockey League umbrella, one team from each of its three leagues — the Ontario Hockey League, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, and Western Hockey League — compete in two games against the Russian junior team.

The ADT Canada Russia Challenge has become a highlight on the CHL schedule and we are very proud to be associated with it.
These two nations have such a storied hockey history that fans from across the country tune in expecting to see a hard fought series.
We expect nothing short of world class hockey this November that hockey fans from across the country won’t want to miss.

—Joe O’Connell, Regional Vice-President of Canada[2]

The 2008 ADT Canada Russia Challenge was held in six cities across Canada, with two cities for each league within the Canadian Hockey League. The series began on November 17, 2008, and concluded on November 27, 2008. All six games were televised nationally on Rogers Sportsnet, along with RDS televising both games from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.[3][4]

Results

In the first game of the two part series between Team QMJHL and the Russian Selects, Team QMJHL scored five goals en route to a 5–3 win in front of 4,378 fans at Centre 200 in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Kmitri Kugryshev of the Russian Selects and goaltender Olivier Roy of Team QMJHL were named the ADT Players of the Game for their respective teams.[5] The Russian Selects evened the ADT Canada Russia Challenge, winning the second game after having registered four goals in a 4–3 victory in front of a sellout crowd of 6,451 assembled at Harbour Station in Saint John, New Brunswick.[6]

# Date Visitor Score Home Attendance Location Recap
1 November 17, 2008 Russian Selects 3–5 Team QMJHL 4,378 Sydney, Nova Scotia [1]  
2 November 19, 2008 Russian Selects 4–3 Team QMJHL 6,451 Saint John, New Brunswick [2]  
3 November 20, 2008 Russian Selects 6–3 Team OHL 4,751 Guelph, Ontario [3]  
4 November 24, 2008 Russian Selects 2–3 Team OHL 3,145 St. Catharines, Ontario [4]  
5 November 26, 2008 Russian Selects 0–5 Team WHL 2,800 Swift Current, Saskatchewan [5]  
6 November 27, 2008 Russian Selects 1–2 Team WHL 2,749 Prince Albert, Saskatchewan [6]  

Memorial Cup[edit]

The 91st MasterCard Memorial Cup was held in Rimouski, Quebec.[7]

All-star teams[edit]

First team
Second team
Rookie team

Trophies and awards[edit]

Team
Player
Executive

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "QMJHL sees 27 prospects selected". Faceoff.com. 2008-06-22. Retrieved 2009-02-23. 
  2. ^ "WHL and CHL Announce host centres for the 2008 ADT Canada/Russia Challenge". WHL. 2008-08-18. Archived from the original on 2008-11-15. Retrieved 2008-11-10. 
  3. ^ "CHL Announces Russian Roster for the 2008 ADT Canada Russia Challenge". WHL. 2008-11-13. Archived from the original on 2008-11-15. Retrieved 2008-11-13. 
  4. ^ "CHL Announces Russian Roster for the 2008 ADT Canada Russia Challenge". ADT Canada Russia Challenge. 2008-11-13. Archived from the original on 2008-11-15. Retrieved 2008-11-13. 
  5. ^ "Game one of ADT Canada-Russia Challenge goes to Team QMJHL". WHL. 2008-11-17. Archived from the original on 2009-02-03. Retrieved 2009-01-31. 
  6. ^ "Russia evens ADT Canada Russia Challenge with win over QMJHL". WHL. 2008-11-20. Archived from the original on 2009-02-03. Retrieved 2009-01-31. 
  7. ^ Jahnke, Karl (2008-04-03). "Rimouski wins 2009 MasterCard Memorial Cup bid". QMJHL. Archived from the original on 2008-11-15. Retrieved 2008-04-03. 

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