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So, I don’t see a lot of traction on team in La Première ligue de soccer du Québec (PLSQ) on this site, and figured I’d chime in with a team that is absolutely wrecking the league this year (in a league with 7 teams). AS Blainville is in 1st place on the table currently, with 29 points, and a +22 goal differential. CS Mont-Royal Outremont has 23 points and is +7, they’re the only team even close to ASB in the standings. They have a national team player from Île Maurice, Kevin Chan-Yu-Tin (also eligible for Canada), who has played against Ghana in an African Cup of Nations match, as well as former Ottawa Fury and Rochester Rhinos forward Pierre Rudolph-Mayard. Impact Academy grad Nazim Belguendouz also plays for the team, and RDS étoile de la semaine Abdoulaye Sylla continues to rack up goals for the team. If the CanPL ever does put a team in French-Canada, I’d expect almost all of the aforementioned to participate.
The first step to eventually opening the Voyageurs Cup up to teams below the fully professional was made today. The country's two semi-pro leagues, the Première Ligue de Soccer du Québec (PLSQ) and League1 Ontario, have agreed to play a inter-provincial cup between the two league's champions. According to multiple sources familiar with the situation, the CSA has started planning to eventually include the winner of the Inter-Provincial Cup in the Canadian Championship. It was stressed that such inclusion will happen no sooner than 2017 and only after the IPC includes representation from British Columbia/the west. The vision is of a season ending event similar to hockey's Memorial Cup, with the winner advancing to play in the following year's Canadian Championship for the Voyageurs Cup. The first match this year will be played at the Bell Centre in Brossard (8000 Boulevard Leduc, Brossard, QC) on November 1st at 8 pm and the second game will take place on November 8th at 8 pm at the Pickering Soccer Complex (1975 Clements Road, Pickering, ON). CS Longueuil was the regular season champion in the PLSQ, with just one loss. Toronto FC Academy captured League1 honours with an undefeated season.