Grand-Mère HC, champions of the 1913–14 Interprovincial Hockey League and challengers for the Allan Cup as Canadian amateur champions.
Grand-Mère HC lost the challenge to the Regina Victorias over two games: 4-6, 1-4.
On the Grand-Mère team were two future NHL players, Dave Ritchie (famous for scoring the first NHL goal in history) and Phil Stevens.
Roster: Frank Gauthier (goal), Dave Ritchie (defense), Fred Hoffman (rover), Fred "King" Kelly (center), Norbert Pinard (forward), Harry McLaughlin (forward), Phil Stevens (forward), Tom Richardson (sub, cover point), Allen Gammell (sub, forward), Albert Ricard (sub)
Coach: Michael Hubbard
Manager: Percy Blinco (father of NHL player Russ Blinco)