The 58th International pee-wee hockey tournament will be held at Videotron Centre in February 2017!
After almost 50 years of existence, the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament is still a place of unforgettable encounters and memorable souvenirs where thousands of players aged 11 and 12 come defend the colors of their teams. The great names of hockey such as Brad Park, Guy Lafleur, the Gretzky and Howe brothers, Mario Lemieux, Patrick Roy, Steven Stamkos and much more have all participated at this event at one point in their career.
The organization will welcome its 10 millionth spectator of its history at this 57th edition.
Opening and tournament schedule
The bowl will be accessible 30 minutes before the scheduled hour of the first game of the day. Check out the tournament schedule for details.
Free parking spaces will be available for Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament visitors around the Colisée.
A $10 fee will apply for other parking areas.
A breakfast menu will be available at all concessions from opening until 11 :00AM. In addition of their regular menu, concessions will offer combos package, available from 11 :00AM until the end of the second period of the last game of the day.
Have a quick meal and don’t miss anything with live broadcast of the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament games at the Club Bud. For lunch, snack or dinner, enjoy the ambiance and children are welcome ! View the menu
The offical Pee-Wee shop will be located in the lobby of the Videotron Centre.
Sugar shack : Take advantage of your visit to the Videotron Centre as part of the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament to enjoy a sweet treat. Visit the sugar shack located near the West side f the arena, near the box office. Open on February 10, 11, 12 and 13 and on February 17, 18 and 19.
Spectators who wish to smoke during the hockey tournament will have access to the outside, but must first get stamped by one of our customer service agents in order to gain the right to return within the Videotron Centre. We would like to recall the importance of respecting the Act 144 prohibiting all persons from smoking within a radius of less than 9 meters from all doors and windows allowing access to the building and an air intake communicating inside the building.