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This is the 1955-56 season of the Quebec Hockey League:

The Valleyfield Braves dropped out but they were replaced by a new team, the Trois Rivieres Lions.

StandingsEdit

Regular Season GP W L T GF GA Pts
Shawinigan Falls Cataractes 64 43 18 3 243 166 89
Montreal Royals 64 34 23 7 192 162 75
Chicoutimi Sagueneens 64 32 28 4 212 188 68
Quebec Aces 64 23 37 4 190 230 50
Trois Rivieres Lions 64 18 44 2 159 250 38



PlayoffsEdit

Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
March 21 Chicoutimi 5 Shawinigan 1 Shawinigan
March 22 Shawinigan 4 Chicoutimi 0 Chicoutimi
March 25 Shawinigan 6 Chicoutimi 1 Shawinigan
March 27 Shawinigan 2 Chicoutimi 0 Chicoutimi
March 29 Shawinigan 6 Chicoutimi 2 Shawinigan

Shawinigan Falls Cataractes beat Chicoutimi Saguenéens 4 wins to 1.

Date Winner Loser Location
March 21 Quebec 3 Montreal 2 Quebec City
March 24 Quebec 8 Montreal 3 Montreal
March 25 Montreal 4 Quebec 1 Montreal
March 28 Quebec 2 Montreal 1 Quebec City
March 29 Montreal 5 Quebec 4 Montreal
April 1 Montreal 2 Quebec 0 Quebec City
April 6 Montreal 3 Quebec 2 Montreal

Montreal Royals beat Quebec Aces 4 wins to 3.

FinalEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
April 8 Montreal 5 Shawinigan 3 Montreal
April 11 Montreal 3 Shawinigan 2 Shawinigan
April 15 Shawinigan 3 Montreal 1 Shawinigan
April 17 Montreal 4 Shawinigan 1 Montreal
April 19 Shawinigan 7 Montreal 1 Shawinigan
April 22 Montreal 2 Shawinigan 1 Montreal

Montreal Royals beat Shawinigan Falls Cataractes 4 wins to 2.

Montreal Royals won the Thomas O'Connell Memorial Trophy.

Montreal Royals advanced to the 1955-56 Edinburgh Trophy Final.

All-Star TeamsEdit

First TeamEdit


Second TeamEdit



AttendanceEdit

  1. Montreal: 114,292
  2. Quebec: 81,602
  3. Chicoutimi: 81,077
  4. Shawinigan: 78,526
  5. Trois Rivieres: 64,962



Team PhotosEdit



Season TicketsEdit



Game AdsEdit



TV CoverageEdit



See AlsoEdit

Quebec Hockey League

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