PeeWee Quebec

Quebec International

Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament

The AGHF is proud to announce a once-in-a-lifetime experience to send a team to the 2023 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament! All 2010’s and 2011’s playing for AGHF member clubs will be eligible to tryout!

Approximately 120 teams from around the world atlanticgirlshockeyfederation.come together to participate in what some refer to as the “Little League World Series of Hockey.” In addition to playing tournament games at the Videotron Centre, the 18,259 seat home of the Quebec Remparts, players will participate in games at various rinks around Quebec City. The tournament will be held February 8th to February 19th, 2023.

2022 AHF Quebec videos



MAYA STURM - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

SARAH VANG - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

KINLEA BULGER - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

EVA LEBEL - Philadelphia Jr Flyers

AVERY BAILE - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

CAROLINE COEN - Philadelphia Jr Flyers

ALEXIS MOSLIN - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

FIONA HANNAFORD - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

MACKENZIE MILLER - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

LAUREN LETTS - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

SAMANTHA LOCKE - Philadelphia Hockey Club Belles

OLIVIA PELLE - Hollydell Hurricanes

NEVE KOTHARE - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

CASSIDY DAILEY - Jersey Hitmen

KHLOE MILLER - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

PALOMA LAROCQUE - Philadelphia Jr Flyers

VEILA JENSEN - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black

FIONA MCALLISTER - Princeton Tiger Lilies Black


Photo by Jonathan Roy

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Every year, teams from across the globe travel to this legendary Pee-Wee hockey tournament in Quebec that showcases some of the top talent in the world. Parents and players are exposed to the rich history and traditions of the game and the experience provides an opportunity to be fully immersed in French-Canadian culture and customs. Guy Lafleur, Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Patrick Roy, Steven Stamkos, Connor McDavid, Auston Matthews, and many more have all participated in this event during their Pee-Wee year.

A long-standing tradition of the tournament is for players to stay with local host families where they are immersed in the French-Canadian language and culture. While Quebec is officially bi-lingual, French is the primary spoken and written language in the area. Quebec has a rich history, and players will have the opportunity to visit sites such as the Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Chateau Frontenac, site of the First Quebec Conference in 1943 where Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill met to plan the Allied invasion of occupied Europe. The tournament is held during Quebec Carnaval, the city’s winter celebration of the region’s art and recreation.



Download the Official 2023 AGHF Quebec Program Informational Packet. This will download as a PDF file and will serve as the guidebook for all details/subsequent questions that may follow.

Inside, you will find necessary information prior to the tournament puck drop on February 8th, 2023, along with history about the event, and what to expect moving forward.