QUÉBEC ÉTOILES TEAM

QUÉBEC ÉTOILES TEAM

A new journey for Les Étoiles du Québec

The Étoiles du Québec team is taking a new path this year. The 19 best U13 players playing in both female and male leagues in Quebec will be selected to form the Étoiles du Québec team. The team will now take part in the Quebec Women’s Hockey Tournament from January 25 to 28, 2024 in the U15-AAA division. This will be an incredible opportunity for players to compete at the next elite level in women’s hockey and rub shoulders with some of the best U15 players from around the world. This activity will be an essential visibility opportunity for the U13 for a subsequent invitation to the Team Quebec programs.

The Quebec Women’s Hockey Tournament was founded in 2013 and annually welcomes nearly 50 teams from across Canada, the United States and even Europe.

Équipe 2023

With the return of three dominating players from the 2022 edition including team captain Elisabeth Bélanger and assistant captains Tatiana Deblois and Elizabeth Papineau, the Etoiles team had a great journey together. For the second consecutive year, the Etoiles were eliminated by the team that went on to win the Peewee BB division’s honors at the Quebec International Peewee Tournament.
The staff included Caroline Ouellette, Cassandra Poudrier, Valérie Bois, Léa McIntyre, Amey Doyle, Josée Lebel and Sandra Laliberté.

Équipe 2022

The 2022 Etoiles team started its journey with seven consecutive wins against teams competing in the Quebec International Peewee Tournament, thus distinguishing themselves with one of the most dominant performances for the Étoiles team. The Etoiles team was eliminated by Team Aosta from Italy. The italian team had a perfect streak winning the BB division championship. Staff included Caroline Ouellette, Cassandra Poudrier, Ann-Sophie Bettez, Kim Deschênes, Amey Doyle, Rose-Aly Langlois, Josée Lebel and Sandra Laliberté.

Équipe 2020

The Etoiles journey ended with a heart-breaking 2-1 loss against Sept-ïles. The 2020 edition was coached by Team Canada members Caroline Ouellette, Lauriane Rougeau and Cassandra Poudrier. They were joined by Valérie Bois, Rose-Aly Langlois, Amey Doyle, Josée Lebel and Mika Malloch. Team captain was Florence K Péloquin, assistants were Charlie Pampalon, Pénélope Lavoie and Charlotte Labrèche.

Équipe 2019

The 2019 Etoiles team faced the Tampa Jr Bulls in its opening game at the Quebec International Peewee tournament. The team earned a 3 to 1 victory in front of an estimated 8,000 fans. The team then earned the privilege to keep playing at the Videotron center. Sadly the team then loss in overtime against a strong EHC Munchen team. The Etoiles had tied the game only a few seconds before the end to force overtime showing great resiliency and a willingness to never give up. The team was led by Team Canada members Caroline Ouellette and Cassandra Poudrier as well as Casandra Dupuis, Amey Doyle, Josée Lebel et Mika Malloch.

Équipe 2018

In a historical game at the Quebec International Peewee Tournament where two all female peewee teams faced each other, the Etoiles team defeated the Detroit Little Caesars led by Olympian and NHL alumni Manon Rhéaume 2 to 0.

It was the first time that the Etoiles team won its opening game at the tournament, continuing to have the privilege to play at the Videotron Center. The Etoiles team went on to beat the Atlanta Fire 3-2 before suffering a heartbreaking shootout loss to the St-Laurent Étoiles.
The team was led by Olympians Caroline Ouellette, Catherine Ward and Kim St-Pierre. As well as Casandra Dupuis, Valérie Bois, Josée Lebel and Mika Malloch.

Équipe 2017

After losing its first game of the tournament, the team went on to win the next three games defeating Calgary, Collège Français in overtime and Boston in shootouts to earn the opportunity to play in the final in the Inter B division.
The Etoile team returned to the Videotron center to face the Latvia HK Pirati. Several thousands of fans came to cheer on our team that battled hard but were defeated 4-0 in the final.

Olympians Catherine Ward, Marie-Philip Poulin, Kim St-Pierre, Caroline Ouellette as well as team Quebec under 16 coaches Valérie Bois and Dawson College head coach Camille Dumais returned as the coaches of the Etoiles team for the 2017 Quebec Peewee tournament. Josée Lebel and Mika Malloch were also part of the staff.

Without a doubt, the incredible journey of the 2017 team provided female hockey with extraordinary exposure and inspired thousands of young girls to play hockey.

Équipe 2016

At the 2015 Caroline Ouellette Girls Hockey Celebration, we selected the first ever Peewee Etoiles team to take part in the prestigious Quebec International Peewee Hockey Tournament in February 2016.

The Etoiles team was coached by Olympians Marie-Philip Poulin, Kim St-Pierre and Caroline Ouellette as well as team Quebec under 16 coaches Valérie Bois and Camille Dumais and Josée Lebel and Mika Malloch.
The first game of the Peewee All-Star team was against the New York Americans in front of over 8,000 fans at the Videotron Center. The Americans were coached by Legendary Mark Messier and Mike Richter.

It was a historical moment for female hockey and incredible for the promotion of the sport. The Etoiles team competed proudly before losing at its 3rd game of the tournament.

The Girls Hockey Celebration is a Non Profit organization and we are proud to finance entirely the participation of the Quebec Etoiles team in the prestigious Quebec International Peewee tournament.Get in the game and become a partner of the Québec Étoiles Team.

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