Last updated : Friday, 23 February 2024
Ligue Hockey Mineur De Montreal
The Ligue Hockey Mineur De Montreal (LHMM) is an amateur ice hockey league for boys and girls in the Montreal metropolitan area. It is the largest amateur hockey league in Quebec, with over 10,000 players.
The LHMM was founded in 1960. The original purpose of the league was to provide a competitive environment for young hockey players in Montreal. Over the years, the LHMM has grown to become one of the premier amateur hockey leagues in Canada.
The LHMM is divided into several divisions, based on age and skill level. The top division is the M18 AAA, which is for the best 18-year-old players in the league. The M18 AAA division is a feeder league for the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL).
The LHMM is governed by a board of directors. The board is responsible for setting the rules and regulations of the league, as well as overseeing the day-to-day operations of the league.
The LHMM is divided into several regions, each with its own governing body. The regions are responsible for scheduling games, assigning referees, and maintaining the ice rinks.
There are over 100 teams in the LHMM. The teams are made up of players from all over the Montreal metropolitan area.
The teams are divided into divisions, based on age and skill level. The top division is the M18 AAA, which is for the best 18-year-old players in the league.
The LHMM season runs from September to March. The regular season is followed by a playoff tournament.
The championship trophy of the LHMM is the Coupe Montreal. The Coupe Montreal is awarded to the winner of the playoff tournament.