Quebec Junior AAA & AA

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  1. Francis10

    Francis10 Registered User

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    Are these leagues both exclusively for residents of Quebec? How do they compare to other Junior A and Junior B leagues in eastern Canada?
     
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    Taoiseach Go Hull Go!

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    I'm not sure what you mean by 'exclusively for residents of Québec,' but Junior AAA and Junior AA are Hockey Québec's terms for what is known as Junior A and B respectively in other parts of Canada. I am aware of non-Québec players playing in Junior AAA though, if that's what you're getting at.

    As for comparison with the rest of the Junior A and B leagues, I can't speak to how the Junior AA leagues compare with other Junior B leagues, as I've only ever watched the EOJHL as far as Junior B is concerned. I understand that the LHJAAAQ is the weakest of the Junior A/AAA leagues though, due in part to the strength of Québec's Midget AAA level. That is to say, if you don't make the QMJHL as a 16 or 17 year old, it's generally considered to be worth it to play another year in Midget, rather than to go to the LHJAAAQ. Even still, I wish there was a way for the Olympiques to put our prospects in the CCHL... Mostly so I can go watch them more easily...
     
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    I got an American guy from Rochester in my junior aaa team so no
     

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