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Capitale Junior AA Hockey League

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Capitale Junior AA Hockey League

Capitale Junior AA
Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 1984
No. of teams 8
Countries Canada
Headquarters Quebec City
Most recent champion(s) Frontenac

The Capitale Junior AA Hockey League is a Canadian junior ice hockey league in the Province of Quebec, Canada. The league is sanctioned by Hockey Quebec and Hockey Canada. Annually, the champion of the league competes for the Coupe Dodge.


Team Centre
Champlain College Cougars Quebec City, Quebec
Charlevoix Montagnards Baie St. Paul, Quebec
Frontenac Frontenac, Québec
MRC Portneuf Tomahawks Portneuf, Quebec
Montmorency Armada Charlesbourg, Quebec
Montmorency Battalion Charlesbourg, Quebec
Québec-Ouest Gouverneurs Sainte-Foy, Quebec
Québec-Ouest Noroîts Sainte-Foy, Quebec


  • 2006 Québec-Ouest Gouverneurs
  • 2007 Charlesbourg Elans
  • 2008 Frontenac
  • 2009 Beauport Harfangs
  • 2010 Beauport Harfangs
  • 2011 Québec-Ouest Ambassadeurs
  • 2012 Québec-Ouest Ambassadeurs
  • 2013 Québec-Ouest Gouverneurs
  • 2014 Frontenac

External links

  • Capitale Junior "AA" Website
  • Quebec-Ouest Website

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