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Chaudiere-Appalaches Junior AA Hockey League

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Chaudiere-Appalaches Junior AA Hockey League

Chaudiere-Appalaches Junior AA
Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
No. of teams 11
Countries Canada
Headquarters Chaudière-Appalaches
Most recent champion(s) Bellechase Lafontaine

The Chaudiere-Appalaches 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. Its champion competes each Spring for the Coupe Dodge.


  • History 1
  • Teams 2
  • Champions 3
  • External links 4


The CAJAAHL is based around the Chaudière-Appalaches area of Quebec.

The CAJAAHL was formerly known as the Beauce-Bellechase Junior AA League, but changed its name around 2007. At one point the league was known as the Beauce-Frontenac League.


Chaudiere Division
Team Centre
St-Georges Cleri Sports Saint-Georges, Quebec
St-Joseph Bulldogs Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec
St-Prosper Bulls Saint-Prosper, Quebec
Thetford Mines Ebenisterie Thetford Mines, Quebec
Ste-Marie Beaucerons Sainte-Marie, Quebec
Appalaches Division
Team Centre
Bellechase Lafontaine Bellechase, Quebec
Chaudiere-Ouest Huskies Saint-Nicolas, Quebec
Levis Levy Honda Levis, Quebec
Lotbiniere Model Lotbiniere, Quebec
Montmagny Canotiers Montmagny, Quebec
St-Romuald Pepin IGA Saint-Romuald, Quebec


  • 2006 Levis Levy Honda
  • 2007 Bellechase Senateurs
  • 2008 Bellechase Senateurs
  • 2009 Chaudiere-Ouest Huskies
  • 2010 Bellechase Senateurs
  • 2011 Levis Levy Honda
  • 2012 Levis Levy Honda
  • 2013 Ste-Marie Beaucerons
  • 2014 Bellechase Lafontaine

External links

  • CAJAAHL website
  • Coupe Dodge website
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