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This is the 1958-59 season of the Quebec Hockey League. It was the last season of the league.
|Trois Rivieres Lions||62||30||29||3||194||184||63|
Note: Originally this was supposed to be a round robin semi final, with the Montreal Royals, Trois Rivieres Lions, and the Chicoutimi Sagueneens. However, several Chicoutimi players refused to play without more money. Due to a lack of players, the Chicoutimi Sagueneens withdrew from the playoffs.
Best of 9
|March 25||Trois Rivieres 3||Montreal 2||Trois Rivieres|
|March 29||Montreal 3||Trois Rivieres 2||Montreal|
|March 31||Montreal 6||Trois Rivieres 2||Montreal|
|April 1||Trois Rivieres 3||Montreal 2||Trois Rivieres|
|April 5||Montreal 2||Trois Rivieres 0||Montreal|
|April 8||Trois Rivieres 5||Montreal 3||Trois Rivieres|
|April 10||Montreal 4||Trois Rivieres 2||Montreal|
|April 12||Montreal 4||Trois Rivieres 2||Trois Rivieres|
- Chicoutimi Saguenéens: Toronto Maple Leafs
- Montreal Royals: Montreal Canadiens
- Quebec Aces: Boston Bruins
- Trois Rivieres Lions: New York Rangers
All Star TeamsEdit
- Goaltender: Claude Pronovost, Montreal Royals
- Defenceman: Jacques Deslauriers, Montreal Royals
- Defenceman: Georges Roy, Chicoutimi Saguenéens
- Center: Greg Hicks, Chicoutimi Saugeneens
- Left Winger: Jacques Locas, Chicoutimi Sagueneens
- Right Winger: Jacques Gagnon, Chicoutimi Sagueneens
- Coach: Floyd Curry, Montreal Royals
- Goaltender: Claude Evans, Trois Rivieres Lions
- Defenceman: Bob McCord, Trois Rivieres Lions
- Defenceman: Moe Mantha, Jr., Montreal Royals
- Center: Ken Mosdell, Montreal Royals
- Left Winger: Stan Smrke, Chicoutimi Sagueneens
- Right Winger: Orval Tessier, Trois Rivieres Lions
- Coach: Gerry Desaulniers, Trois Rivieres Lions
- Byng of Vimy Trophy: Gerry Desaulniers
- Leading Scorer: Greg Hicks
- Leading Rookie: Ed Hoekstra, Trois Rivieres Lions
The league folded after this season. The Quebec Aces applied to and were accepted by the American Hockey League. The Royals and the Lions were the core of a new league - the Eastern Professional Hockey League (EPHL).
The Lions folded in 1960 after only one season in the EPHL. The Royals lasted only one more season. The Aces did better, staying on until 1971.
Pre-season Game AdsEdit
Regular Season Game AdsEdit
Playoff Game AdsEdit