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Two QMJHL officials at 2019 World Junior Championship

Referee Jonathan Alarie and linesman Maxime Chaput will take part, after being selected by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), in this year’s World Junior Championship held from December 26th 2018 to January 5th 2019 in Vancouver and Victoria, British-Columbia.

For these officials, their selection adds on to many other events in which they’ve taken part over the past few seasons. The QMJHL would like to congratulate both Alarie and Chaput and wishes them a wonderful experience in such a prestigious milestone of an official’s career. They will definitely make the League proud as QMJHL ambassadors.

 

Below, a look at both official’s career path;

 

JONATHAN ALARIE, Referee

QMJHL

  • 7 seasons
  • President Cup Final: (2015, 2016 and 2017)
  • Memorial Cup : Quebec (2015)
  • CIBC Canada Russia Series: (2014 and 2016)
  • CHL-NHL Officials Prospects Camp (2014)

HOCKEY CANADA

  • U Sports University Championship Final: (2016, 2017 and 2018)

IIHF

  • World Junior Championship, Division 1, Group A: Hungary (2015)
  • World Championship, Division 1, Group A: Poland (2016)
  • World Under-18 Championship: Russia (2018)

AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE (AHL)

  • NHL Intern, American Hockey League: Referee (2015-2016 Season)

 

 

MAXIME CHAPUT, Linesman

QMJHL

  • 10 seasons
  • President Cup Final: (2016 and 2017)
  • CIBC Canada Russia Series: (2015)

IIHF

  • World Junior Championship, Division 3: Mexico (2015)
  • World Championship, Division 1, Group A: Ukraine (2017)
  • World Under-18 Championship: Russia (2018)

AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE (AHL)

Linesman: (2017-2018 season to today)

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