Unlike the Quebec team, they did not get any help from the government, so the maritime team of the Quebec Grand Children’s Hockey League (QMJHL) hopes to participate in the regular season as much as possible before the game starts.
“With the echoes I hear on the left and right, this series may end, and then we can know what happens in our sea voyages in the general classification.” Ironically, I am still the Wald River. The head coach of “Or Foreurs”, Daniel Renaud, Sunday night after his team defeated the Quebec rebels.
Since the beginning of the season, QMJHL has been in two very different situations: Since the establishment of a protected environment, the Quebec team in Quebec has been able to maintain a relatively regular schedule. As of today, Quebec’s teams have participated in 22 to 36 games this season. This situation is sustainable, thanks to the provincial government providing 12 million Canadian dollars in financial assistance to the province’s 12 teams. Even if our projected schedule is 60 games at the beginning of the season.
In maritime matters, the situation is different. Throughout the season, these teams can only accommodate a limited number of spectators, but they have not received the help of their respective governments. At 60 games, they will not be able to reach certain agreements with financial partners.
Brian Urquhart, president of Halifax Mooseheads, said on Monday: “What we want now is to participate in the regular season as much as possible.” I don’t know if we are. It will reach 60 games, but we want to go further. I know the league is studying the playoff format, and we hope to be there. We will follow Mr. [Gilles] Courteau, but obviously, we want to play as many games as possible. “
The problem is that the playoffs are scheduled to start around April 7. QMJHL should announce how the next series will work in the next few days, especially whether to put them in one bubble or another.
It remains to be seen how the Courteau Tour will operate to accommodate the naval teams.
In addition, the Koutou Tour announced on Monday that the last series of environmental protection activities in Quebec will be held in Bayacomo, Ruin Noranda, Victoriaville and Sherbrooke from March 31 to April 2.
Therefore, each team will be there to play the last two games of the season before the knockout.