Longueuil Collège Français

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Longueuil Collège Français
College Francais de Longueuil.JPG
City Longueuil, Quebec, Canada
League Quebec Junior Hockey League
Division Martin St-Louis
Founded 1970
Home arena Colisée Jean Béliveau
Colours Blue, Red, and White
              
General manager Pierre Petroni
Head coach Pierre Petroni
Franchise history
1970-1975 Longueuil Rebels
1975-1992 Longueuil Sieurs
1992-1993 Longueuil Selects
1993-present Longueuil College Francais


Longueuil Collège Français are a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Longueuil, Quebec, and a member of the Quebec Junior Hockey League. The Collège Français headquarters are in Longueuil, Quebec, while the team plays at Colisée Jean Béliveau.


History[edit]

Longueuil won the NAPA Cup as league championship in 1989-90, 1996-97, 2010-2011, 2012-2013 and 2014-2015. Two Longueuil alumni have played in the National Hockey League. Daniel Shank played for the Longueuil Sieurs in 1983-84, and Wally Weir played for the Longueuil Rebels in 1973-74.




Season-by-season record[edit]

Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1988-89 40 32 5 3 - 342 164 67 1st QPJHL Won League
1989-90 42 37 5 0 - 339 139 74 1st QPJHL Won League
1990-91 44 19 20 5 - 238 221 43 6th QPJHL
1991-92 48 34 12 2 - 272 168 70 2nd QPJHL
1992-93 50 37 9 4 - 258 165 78 1st QPJHL
1993-94 48 28 20 - 0 287 197 56 6th QPJHL
1994-95 48 30 17 - 1 288 242 61 4th QPJHL
1995-96 48 34 13 - 1 255 197 69 3rd QPJHL
1996-97 48 35 9 - 4 248 168 74 2nd QPJHL Won League
1997-98 55 27 21 - 7 271 251 61 6th QJAAAHL
1998-99 52 23 23 - 6 256 265 52 8th QJAAAHL
1999-00 59 30 24 - 5 261 269 65 6th QJAAAHL
2000-01 49 29 16 3 1 196 185 62 3rd QJAAAHL
2001-02 53 36 14 1 2 301 185 75 3rd QJAAAHL
2002-03 50 26 18 3 3 203 193 58 3rd QJAAAHL
2003-04 50 33 12 3 2 278 185 71 2nd QJAAAHL
2004-05 48 26 17 2 3 200 165 57 6th QJAAAHL
2005-06 51 35 13 0 3 258 170 73 5th QJAAAHL Lost Semi-final
2006-07 54 39 11 2 2 292 204 82 3rd QJAAAHL Lost Final
2007-08 52 31 16 1 4 270 240 67 4th QJAAAHL
2008-09 49 31 14 - 4 233 197 66 5th QJAAAHL
2009-10 51 34 11 - 6 265 197 74 3rd QJAAAHL Lost Final
2010-11 49 35 11 - 3 269 171 73 2nd QJAAAHL Won League
2011-12 49 33 14 - 2 293 191 68 3rd QJAAAHL
2012-13 52 39 9 - 4 253 139 82 2nd QJAAAHL Won League
2013-14 52 24 26 - 2 230 218 50 5th QJAAAHL-PB Lost Div. Semi-final
2014-15 - - - - - - - - - -
2015-16 55 43 8 1 2 320 148 89 1st of 6 St Louis
2nd of 12 QJHL
Won Div. Semifinal, 4-0 (Braves)
Won Semifinals, 4-1 (Cobras)
Won League Finals, 4-0 (Inouk)

QJHL Champions
2016-17 49 43 4 0 2 307 147 88 1st of 6 St Louis
2nd of 12 QJHL
Won Div. Semifinal, 4-0 (Titans)
Won League Semifinals, 4-1 (Arctic)
Lost League Finals 1-4 (Cobras)
2017-18 49 38 8 3 0 246 134 79 1st of 6 St Louis
2nd of 12 QJHL
Won Quarterfinal 4-0 (Est Rangers)
Won Semifinals 4-0 (Inouk)
Won League Finals 4-1 (Cobras)

QJHL Champions

Fred Page Cup[edit]

Eastern Canada Championships
MHL - QAAAJHL - CCHL - Host
Round robin play with 2nd vs 3rd in semi-final to advance against 1st in the finals.

Year Round Robin Record Standing SemiFinal Gold Medal Game
2015 W, Cornwall Colts 5-2
L, Carleton Place Canadians 2-4
L, Dieppe Commandos 3-6
1-2-0 3rd of 4 2OTL Dieppe Commandos 2-3 n/a
2016 W, Pictou County Crushers 4-1
W, Woodstock Slammers 9-5
L, Carleton Place Canadians 3-6
2-1-0 2nd of 4 OTL, Woodstock Slammers 2-3 n/a
2017 * SOW, Carleton Place Canadians 2-1
W, Truro Bearcats 6-4
2OTL, Terrebonne Cobras 2-3
2-0-1 2nd of 4 L, Carleton Place Canadians 0-2 n/a
2018 W, Carleton Place Canadians 2-1
W, Edmundston Blizzard 6-3
2OTL, Ottawa Jr. Senators 2-3
2-0-1-0 2nd of 4 W, Edmundston Blizzard 5-1 L, Ottawa Jr. Senators 1-10
  • - Terrebonne league champs but also Fred Page hosts. Therefore Longuiel is LQHL rep.

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