QMJHL launches fifth Gatorade Frost Excellence Challenge

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League launches the Gatorade Excellence Challenge. This year’s event takes place at the Centre d’Excellence Sports Rousseau in Boisbriand from April 27th to 30th.

120 of the top prospects for the next entry draft will participate in the event competing in six teams. Each Maritime province will be represented: New Brunswick, Newfoundland/Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island; while Quebec will participate with two different teams, one wearing a white and the other a blue jersey.

Every team will play a minimum of five games during the event.

“We are very excited to count on the support of Gatorade as title sponsor for this event for a fourth year in a row. It’s an exciting tournament during which several of our top prospects for the upcoming entry draft will be featured. Our futur stars will be able to count on the number one product on the market to stay hydrated throughout this event,” said QMJHL Commissioner Gilles Courteau.

Click here to go to the page.

Of note, the QMJHL Entry Draft will be held at the Harbour Station in Saint John, New Brunswick on Saturday, June 3rd.

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