Welcome to our treasure vault where you can enjoy our original and exclusive trophies, for which each member of the LFA gives himself heart and soul.
THE LFA CUP
The LFA CUP given out to the playoff champions (regular season fall-winter), was designed by Jean -François DesBois and Eric Drapeau and was built with the participation of their respective brothers and with the help of Laurent Quesnel, Jeremy Lancelin and Martin Maille.
Signed by TOTEM URBAIN, it was Inspired by the cup sitting on top of the trophy which was found by the father of JFD in Lennoxville at the end of the 90's , the latter exceeds the famous Stanley Cup by 1 "3/4 . It is undoubtedly the most impressive amateur sport trophy to date and the Hockey Brotherhood & the LFA are considering a partnership with an established company for the latter to become the trophy of the people through a provincial and national league expansion. Nothing less !
THE TREMBLAY TROPHY
The Trophy awarded to the champions of the regular season (fall-winter) is much sought after for the elixir it contains. An unusual object which gives rise to many questions and envious looks when seen in all its glory. A TOTEM URBAIN creation (formerly Scarabée), this latest masterpiece is an original idea of Jean-François DesBois in close collaboration with Laurent Quesnel , a partner from the beginning and Nicolas Mignault, the tinsmith from the Plateau who provided his numerous skills. Olivier Maranda, a well-known blacksmith and friend, also participated in the brainstorming stage of the project together with Eric Drapeau, who always manages to get involved in the creation of our trophies. Without giving further details, see for yourself what happens when a brewery (namely the RJ brewers , producers of Tremblay beer) puts its trust in a league that wants to change the face of adult hockey, one game at a time.
LFA INDIVIDUAL TROPHIES
Once again TOTEM URBAN comes up with an original collection of three dimensional plates to honor the players who stood out in the LFA during the season. Eric Drapeau pushed even further Jean-François DesBois' concept by adding his own touch to the project which Laurent Quesnel also contributed to. Made of 90% recyclable materials, these small collector's items are unique from one another and show the commitment of the LFA to be environmentally responsible while celebrating those who have been elected by their peers as being the best in a variety of categories such as the best defensive forward or the best off ice spirit for example.