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This is the 1948-49 season of the Junior Amateur Hockey Association:

It was the top junior league in Quebec.


StandingsEdit

Northern Division GP W L T GF GA Pts
Montreal Junior Royals 48 34 10 4 223 129 72
Trois Rivieres Reds 50 29 15 6 252 156 64
Montreal Junior Canadiens 48 25 22 1 151 148 51
Valleyfield Braves 46 11 31 4 113 246 26
Verdun Maple Leafs 43 1 41 1 70 372 3


Southern Division GP W L T GF GA Pts
Verdun Cyclones 49 28 16 5 181 139 61
Montreal Nationale 49 28 19 2 273 203 58
Quebec Citadelles 49 24 22 3 230 106 51
Victoriaville Tigres 47 19 25 3 149 171 41
St Hyacinthe Flyers 28 14 13 1 114 87 29

The St Hyacinthe Flyers folded on January 8, 1949, due to financial reasons.


PlayoffsEdit

Quarter FinalsEdit

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
February 20 Nationale 8 Victoriaville 4 Montreal
February 23 Nationale 10 Victoriaville 6 Montreal
February 27 Victoriaville 5 Nationale 4 Victoriaville
March 1 Nationale 8 Victoriaville 0 Montreal

Montreal Nationale beat Valleyfield Braves 3 wins to none.

Date Winner Loser Location
February 19 Cyclones 3 Quebec 2 Verdun
February 24 Quebec 4 Cyclones 3 Quebec City
February 26 Quebec 5 Cyclones 3 Quebec City
February 28 Cyclones 3 Quebec 2 Verdun
March 1 Quebec 3 Cyclones 1 Quebec City

Quebec Citadelles beat Verdun Cyclones 3 wins to 2.

Date Winner Loser Location
February 20 Canadiens 5 Trois Rivieres 3 Trois Rivieres
February 23 Trois Rivieres 4 Canadiens 3 Montreal
February 27 Trois Rivieres 5 Canadiens 4 Trois Rivieres
March 1 Trois Rivieres 4 Canadiens 1 Montreal

Trois Rivieres Reds beat Montreal Junior Canadiens 3 wins to 1.

Date Winner Loser Location
February 20 Royals 10 Valleyfield 1 Valleyfield
February 23 Royals 12 Valleyfield 2 Montreal
February 27 Royals 10 Valleyfield 2 Montreal

Montreal Junior Royals beat Valleyfield Braves 3 wins to none.


Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
March 3 Trois Rivieres 4 Royals 2 Trois Rivieres
March 5 Royals 5 Trois Rivieres 1 Montreal
March 8 Royals 6 Trois Rivieres 3 Trois Rivieres
March 10 Royals 3 Trois Rivieres 1 Montreal

Montreal Junior Royals beat Trois Rivieres Reds 3 wins to 1.

Date Winner Loser Location
March 5 Quebec 5 Nationale 1 Montreal
March 8 Nationale 7 Quebec 0 Montreal
March 11 Quebec 8 Nationale 1 Quebec City
March 13 Nationale 4 Quebec 2 Quebec City
March 15 Quebec 7 Nationale 3 Montreal

Quebec Citadelles beat Montreal Nationale 3 wins to 2.


FinalEdit

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
March 18 Royals 4 Quebec 1 Montreal
March 20 Royals 4 Quebec 3 Chicoutimi
March 22 Royals 6 Quebec 0 Montreal

Quebec City's arena had burned down, so its home game was moved to Chicoutimi.

Montreal Junior Royals beat Quebec Citadelles 3 wins to none.

Montreal Junior Royals advanced to the 1948-49 Eastern Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs.


All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-Star TeamEdit

Second All-Star TeamEdit


Award WinnersEdit


All-Star PhotosEdit


Team PhotosEdit


Game AdsEdit

The Colisee at Quebec City was destroyed by fire on March 15. A final game had to be switched to Chicoutimi.


See AlsoEdit

List of JAHA Seasons

Junior Amateur Hockey Association

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