2009–10 QMJHL season

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2009–10 QMJHL season
League Quebec Major Junior Hockey League
Duration Regular season
2009-09-10–2010-03-14
Playoffs
2010-03-18–2010-05-10
Champions Moncton Wildcats
Number of teams 18
Commissioner Gilles Courteau
QMJHL seasons

 2008–09

2010–11 

The 2009–10 QMJHL season was the 41st season of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). The regular season, which consisted of eighteen teams playing 68 games each, began on September 10, 2009, and ended on March 14, 2010.

The 2009–10 QMJHL season marked the first time that an all-Maritime Provinces Championship series occurred in the 41 year history of the league.

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 Atlantique GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts
Saint John Sea Dogs R 68 53 12 1 2 309 187 109
Moncton Wildcats X 68 48 14 2 4 276 164 102
Cape Breton Screaming Eagles X 68 41 22 2 3 238 185 87
P.E.I. Rocket X 68 35 25 2 6 215 224 78
Acadie-Bathurst Titan X 68 25 37 3 3 208 286 56
Halifax Mooseheads O 68 13 48 3 4 171 288 33
Division Telus Centre GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts
Drummondville Voltigeurs Z 68 51 15 0 2 307 185 104
Victoriaville Tigres X 68 46 19 1 2 296 191 95
Shawinigan Cataractes X 68 31 29 3 5 217 240 70
Lewiston MAINEiacs X 68 23 42 0 3 212 298 49
Division Telus Est GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts
Québec Remparts Z 68 41 20 3 4 278 232 89
Rimouski Océanic X 68 34 27 5 2 246 265 75
Chicoutimi Saguenéens X 68 26 33 4 5 186 257 61
Baie-Comeau Drakkar O 68 21 40 4 3 187 297 49
Division Telus Ouest GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts
Rouyn-Noranda Huskies Z 68 41 21 2 4 256 205 88
Montreal Junior Hockey Club X 68 31 30 2 5 215 215 69
Gatineau Olympiques X 68 30 33 1 4 213 217 65
Val-d'Or Foreurs X 68 22 38 6 2 202 296 52

Overall standings[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 Saint John Sea Dogs R 68 53 12 1 2 309 187 109
2 Drummondville Voltigeurs Z 68 51 15 0 2 307 185 104
3 Québec Remparts Z 68 41 20 3 4 278 232 89
4 Rouyn-Noranda Huskies Z 68 41 21 2 4 256 205 88
5 Moncton Wildcats X 68 48 14 2 4 276 164 102
6 Victoriaville Tigres X 68 46 19 1 2 296 191 95
7 Cape Breton Screaming Eagles X 68 41 22 2 3 238 185 87
8 P.E.I. Rocket X 68 35 25 2 6 215 224 78
9 Rimouski Océanic X 68 34 27 5 2 246 265 75
10 Shawinigan Cataractes X 68 31 29 3 5 217 240 70
11 Montreal Junior Hockey Club X 68 31 30 2 5 215 215 69
12 Gatineau Olympiques X 68 30 33 1 4 213 217 65
13 Chicoutimi Saguenéens X 68 26 33 4 5 186 257 61
14 Acadie-Bathurst Titan X 68 25 37 3 3 208 286 56
15 Val-d'Or Foreurs X 68 22 38 6 2 202 296 52
16 Lewiston MAINEiacs X 68 23 42 0 3 212 298 49
17 Baie-Comeau Drakkar O 68 21 40 4 3 187 297 49
18 Halifax Mooseheads O 68 13 48 3 4 171 288 33

R - Regular Season Champions

Z - team has cliched division

X - team clinched QMJHL Playoff spot

O - team DID NOT make Playoffs

Scoring leaders[edit]

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

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Sean Couturier Drummondville Voltigeurs 68 41 55 96 47
Nicolas Deschamps Chicoutimi Saguenéens/Moncton Wildcats 64 39 57 96 40
Gabriel Dumont Drummondville Voltigeurs 62 51 42 93 127
Philip-Michael Devos Victoriaville Tigres 68 35 58 93 49
Luke Adam Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 56 49 41 90 75
Dmitri Kugryshev Quebec Remparts 66 29 58 87 52
Mike Hoffman Saint John Sea Dogs 56 46 39 85 38
Felix Lefrancois Rimouski Océanic 66 39 44 83 69
Michael Kirkpatrick Saint John Sea Dogs 67 29 54 83 38
Gabriel Levesque Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 67 24 58 82 16

Leading goaltenders[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; TOI = Total ice time; W = Wins; L = Losses ; GA = Goals against; SO = Total shutouts; SV% = Save percentage; GAA = Goals against average

Player Team GP TOI W L GA SO Sv% GAA
Nicola Riopel Moncton Wildcats 25 1456 19 5 50 3 .918 2.06
Shane Owen Moncton Wildcats 18 1019 14 3 36 3 .925 2.12
Jake Allen Drummondville Voltigeurs 45 2513 29 14 92 4 .922 2.20
Marc-Antoine Gelinas Shawinigan Cataractes 47 2566 30 15 111 4 .750 2.60
Olivier Roy Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 54 3156 32 21 138 5 .765 2.62

Players[edit]

2009 QMJHL Entry Draft[edit]

First round
  1. Val-d'Or Foreurs Olivier Archambault (LW)

2009 NHL Entry Draft[edit]

In total, 21 QMJHL players were selected at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft.

Subway Super Series[edit]

The Subway Super Series (formerly known as 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 2009 Subway Super Series was held in six cities across Canada, with two cities for each league within the Canadian Hockey League. The series begun on November 16, 2009, and concluded on November 26, 2009. Both Quebec Major Junior Hockey League games were held in the province of Quebec. Former Montreal Canadiens players, Guy Carbonneau and Guy Lafleur were named Honorary Captains for the first two games of the series, which was held in Drummondville on November 16, 2009, and Shawinigan on November 18, 2009.[1]

All six games were televised nationwide on Rogers Sportsnet, which broadcast both games from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

Results[edit]

In the first game of the two part series between Team QMJHL and Team Russia, Team QMJHL scored three goals en route to a 3–1 win in front of 2,234 fans at Centre Marcel Dionne in Drummondville, Quebec. Goaltender, Alexander Zalivin of Team Russia and forward Gabriel Bourque of Team QMJHL, were named Players of the Game for their respective teams.[2] Two nights later at Centre Bionest in Shawinigan, Quebec, Team QMJHL defeated Team Russia 8-3 to give the CHL a 2-0 series lead. Denis Golubev was named Team Russia's Player of the Game, while Luke Adam was named Team QMJHL's Player of the Game.[3]

Date Location Winner Loser
November 16 Drummondville, Quebec QMJHL all-stars 3 1 Team Russia
November 18 Shawinigan, Quebec QMJHL all-stars 8 3 Team Russia
November 19 Barrie, Ontario OHL all-stars 5 2 Team Russia
November 23 Windsor, Ontario OHL all-stars 5 2 Team Russia
November 25 Victoria, British Columbia WHL all-stars 2 1 Team Russia
November 26 Kelowna, British Columbia WHL all-stars 4 2 Team Russia
CHL wins series 6-0

QMJHL Playoffs[edit]

Overview[edit]

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

First round[edit]

Division Atlantique[edit]

(1A) Saint John Sea Dogs vs. (4A) P.E.I. Rocket[edit]

Saint John won series 4 – 1


(2A) Moncton Wildcats vs. (3A) Cape Breton Screaming Eagles[edit]

Moncton won series 4 – 1


Division Telus Centre[edit]

(1C) Drummondville Voltigeurs vs. (4C) Lewiston MAINEiacs[edit]

Drummondville won series 4 – 0


(2C) Victoriaville Tigres vs. (3C) Shawinigan Cataractes[edit]

Victoriaville won series 4 – 2


Division Telus Est[edit]

(1E) Quebec Remparts vs. (5A) Acadie-Bathurst Titan[edit]

Quebec won series 4 – 1


(2E) Rimouski Océanic vs. (3E) Chicoutimi Saguenéens[edit]

Rimouski won series 4 – 3


Division Telus Ouest[edit]

(1O) Rouyn-Noranda Huskies vs. (4O) Val-d'Or Foreurs[edit]

Rouyn-Noranda won series 4 – 2


(2O) Montreal Junior Hockey Club vs. (3O) Gatineau Olympiques[edit]

Gatineau won series 4 – 3


Quarter-finals[edit]

(1) Saint John Sea Dogs vs. (12) Gatineau Olympiques[edit]

Saint John won series 4 – 0


(2) Drummondville Voltigeurs vs. (9) Rimouski Océanic[edit]

Drummondville won series 4 – 1


(3) Quebec Remparts vs. (6) Victoriaville Tigres[edit]

Victoriaville won series 4 – 0


(4) Rouyn-Noranda Huskies vs. (5) Moncton Wildcats[edit]

Moncton won series 4 – 1


Semi-finals[edit]

(1) Saint John Sea Dogs vs. (6) Victoriaville Tigres[edit]

Saint John won series 4 – 2


(2) Drummondville Voltigeurs vs. (5) Moncton Wildcats[edit]

Moncton won series 4 – 1


QMJHL Championship[edit]

(1) Saint John Sea Dogs vs. (5) Moncton Wildcats[edit]

Moncton won series 4 – 2


Memorial Cup[edit]

The 92nd MasterCard Memorial Cup will be held in Brandon, Manitoba.[4]

All-star teams[edit]

First team
Second team
Rookie team

Trophies and awards[edit]

Team
Player
Executive

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "QMJHL Honourary [sic] Captains Announced for SUBWAY Super Series". Canadian Hockey League. 2009-11-09. Retrieved 2010-03-28. [dead link]
  2. ^ "QMJHL stars skate the CHL to an early lead in the SUBWAY Super Series". Subway Super Series. 2009-11-16. Retrieved 2010-03-28. 
  3. ^ "Luke Adam Leads QMJHL to Game Two Win in Subway Super Series". Subway Super Series. 2009-11-18. Retrieved 2010-03-28. 
  4. ^ CBC Sports (2008-10-15). "Brandon wins bid to host 2010 Memorial Cup". Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 

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