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Prior to amalgamation in 2002, the town of Gatineau (which is a part of the new city) was a much smaller town.
- Gatineau (Lower Ottawa Valley League (Intermediate), 1938-1939)
- Gatineau Actionaires (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1982-1984) renamed Ambassadeurs
- Gatineau Ambassadeurs (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1984-1985) folded
- Gatineau Express (Junior b)
- (Eastern Ontario Junior C Hockey League, 2009-2010) based in Alymer; league renamed
- (National Capital Junior Hockey League, 2010-2012) sit out 2012-13 season; return as Gatineau Jr Olympiques
- Gatineau Jr Olympiques (National Capital Junior Hockey League, 2013-Present)
- Gatineau Mills (Hull & District League, 1926-1927; 1933-1934; 1937-1938)
- Gatineau Mustangs (Junior B)
- Gatineau Nordiques (Ottawa District Senior Hockey League, 1975-1976)
- Gatineau Olympiques (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, 1973-present)
- Arena Robert Guertin
- Arena stade Pierre Lafontaine
- Arena Beaudry
- Arena Baribeau
- Arena Campeau
- Arena Cholette
- Arena Jean-Paul-Sabourin
- Centre sportif Robert-Rochon
- Gatineau on Wikipedia