The League of the Quebec major junior hockey (QMJHL) has canceled its season, there is exactly one month. No President’s cup, no Memorial cup; the pandemic of sars coronavirus will not have left the choice to the three leagues juniors in the country to cease their activities.
However, the protocol of recovery, has still not been established if this is that the dates for the lottery and the draft have been announced for may 6 and June 5 and 6, respectively.
What is certain, is that all the teams will be in operation at the opening of the next campaign.
“I would tell you that for the season 2020-2021, everyone will be in operation, while the world is going to be in place, pointed to the league commissioner, Gilles Courteau, Thursday, during the broadcast Dave Morissette live on TVA Sports. One is in front of the unknown, to know how it’s going to work, in what circumstances it will resume the activities.”
“What will be the maximum capacity that we will be able to put in our various lecture halls. We are going to have to follow the evolution of the public health, government directives, we will adjust with it. We are going to see the response from our sponsors, to our fans.”
“Ultimately, we are going to experience something new, we will adjust accordingly.”
Courteau has also discussed the possibility to play matches behind closed doors. The commissioner confessed that he would not make this recommendation to the owners.