2016 Adirondack Jr Wings vs Quebec Nordiques
The Quebec Pee Wee International Tournament is annually attended by more than 2,250 competitors from over 15 countries. It is the oldest and most prestigious youth hockey tournament in the world and unofficially serves as the Pee-wee World Championships.
The Quebec Peewee International Hockey Tournament is the centerpiece of the annual Quebec City “Winter Carnival.” The Winter Carnival draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
The tournament, founded in 1960, has seen the likes of many NHL stars pass through: Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Marcel Dionne, Guy Lafleur, and Eric Lindros are just a few.
Invitations are extended to youth hockey organizations that have established their strong commitment to the youth of their community and to the highest level of sportsmanship and hockey performance.
The Quebec Peewee Tournament provides players the opportunity to experience the unique culture of French speaking Quebec City. The team will play at Le Colisee, the former home of the NHL’s Quebec Nordiques. Players have the opportunity to tour old Quebec City, attend the “Winter Carnival”, live with a French speaking Quebec family for the week of the tournament.
This prestigious tournament is a once in a lifetime opportunity and the Adirondack Jr Wings are honored to be able to participate in this event.
For additional information on the Adirondack Program call Ron Kuhl at (518) 573-2079 or Keith Young at (516) 523-0160. You can also visit our website at www.AdirondackJrWings.com and click the Quebec Peewee tab on the top
2016 Peewee Quebec Team
2017 Adirondack Jr Wings
Pregame Ceremony 2016 in front of 16,000 fans