This is the 2017-18 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League season.  This is the league's 49th season.

Outdoor GameEdit

The Drummondville Voltigeurs are tentatively scheduled to host the 2018 QMJHL Winter Classic.  The site will be the Victor-Pepin rink.  The venue will have about 5,500 temporary seats installed for the event.  The University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières may also have an outdoor game at the facility.  The game will be the third outdoor game in QMJHL history after the two games hosted in Saint-Tite, Quebec by the Shawinigan Cataractes as part of the 2015 QMJHL Winter Classic.

September CancellationsEdit

Cancellations due to weather are not uncommon in the QMJHL but two cancellations in September could be classified as a little unusual.

On September 26th a game between the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada and Gatineau Olympiques at the Robert Guertin Arena in Gatineau was suspended at the start of the third period due to a fog build-up (think Boston Garden for the Bruins-Oilers 1988 Stanley Cup Finals)  that became a safety concern for the players.  The game will be completed on January 28th.

The next day the Baie-Comeau Drakkar game against the Chicoutimi Sagueneens at the Centre Georges-Vezina was cancelled due to a water main break near the arena and a steady supply of water could not be guaranteed for the game so it was cancelled and rescheduled for December 5th.

Franchise changesEdit

  • none

Member teamsEdit

Blainville-Boisbriand Armada Boisbriand, Quebec Centre d'Excellence Sports Rousseau 3,269
Drummondville Voltigeurs Drummondville, Quebec Centre Marcel Dionne 2,889
Gatineau Olympiques Gatineau, Quebec Centre Robert Guertin 3,196
Rouyn-Noranda Huskies Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec Aréna Iamgold 2,993
Sherbrooke Phoenix Sherbrooke, Quebec Palais des Sports 3,718
Val-d'Or Foreurs Val-d'Or, Quebec Centre Air Creebec 2,398
Baie-Comeau Drakkar Baie-Comeau, Quebec Centre Henry-Leonard 2,779
Chicoutimi Saguenéens Saguenay, Quebec Centre Georges-Vézina 3,759
Quebec Remparts Quebec City, Quebec Videotron Centre 18,482
Rimouski Océanic Rimouski, Quebec Colisée de Rimouski 4,415
Shawinigan Cataractes Shawinigan, Quebec Centre Bionest de Shawinigan 4,350
Victoriaville Tigres Victoriaville, Quebec Colisée Desjardins 2,753
Acadie–Bathurst Titan Bathurst, New Brunswick K.C. Irving Regional Centre 3,162
Cape Breton Screaming Eagles Sydney, Nova Scotia (Cape Breton Regional Municipality), Nova Scotia Centre 200 5,010
Charlottetown Islanders Charlottetown, P.E.I. Eastlink Centre 3,718
Halifax Mooseheads Halifax, Nova Scotia Scotiabank Centre 10,595
Moncton Wildcats Moncton, New Brunswick Moncton Coliseum 6,450
Saint John Sea Dogs Saint John, New Brunswick Harbour Station 6,297


To be added upon completion of the regular season.

2018 President's Cup PlayoffsEdit


The top 16 teams qualify for the playoffs.  The three division winners are seeded 1, 2, and 3 based on record.  The balance of the teams are seeded 4 to 16 regardless of division.  Teams are re-seeded after each round.  All series are best-of-seven.

The President's Cup champion advances to the 2018 Memorial Cup being held a the Brandt Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan and hosted by the Regina Pats.

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