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Laval Titan
Laval Titan
City: Laval, Quebec
League: Q.M.J.H.L.
Operated: 1971 to 1998
Home Arena: Colisée de Laval
Franchise history
1969–71: Rosemont National
1971–79: Laval National
1979–85: Laval Voisins
1985–94: Laval Titan
1994–98: Laval Titan Collège Français
1998–present: Acadie-Bathurst Titan

The Laval Titan was just one name used by a junior ice hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League franchise that played in Laval, Quebec, between 1971 and 1998.

HistoryEdit

The Rosemount National began in the 1969–70 QMJHL season as one of the founding franchises of the QMJHL, playing in the Montreal borough of Rosemount, Quebec at the Paul Sauve Arena. After only two seasons in Rosemont the team moved to Laval, Quebec, where they would play the next 27 years under a multitude of names. Laval National was the team's original name, but they were renamed the Laval Voisins ("Neighbours") in 1979, and then the Titan ("Titans") in 1985.

For the 1994–95 QMJHL season the team was renamed Laval Titan Collège Français, when the Collège Français came aboard as a sponsor, bring some of its management when the Verdun Collège Français folded in the offseason. In 1998, faced with an aging Colisée de Laval and dwindling attendance, the team moved to Bathurst, New Brunswick.

The Titan franchise was one of the most successful in the QMJHL during their time in the league, winning the President's Cup four times, in 1984, 1989, 1990 and 1993. The team participated in the Memorial Cup five times and made the final once, in 1994, when they hosted the tournament. They lost that year to the Kamloops Blazers.

NHL alumniEdit

Totals include all incarnations of the Laval franchise.

Bold indicates a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Season-by-season recordEdit

  • Rosemont National (1969–1971)
  • Laval National (1971–1979)
  • Laval Voisins (1979–1985)
  • Laval Titan (1985–1994)
  • Laval Titan Collège Français (1994–1998)

Regular seasonEdit

OL = Overtime loss, Pct = Winning percentage
Season Games WonLostTiedOLPointsPct Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing
1969–70 562330 3 460.4382452753rd, West
1970–71 622239 1 450.3632633539th, QMJHL
1971–72 62 953 0 180.14522443010th, QMJHL
1972–73 642835 1 570.4453013776th, QMJHL
1973–74 703037 3 630.4503624254th, West
1974–75 722639 7 590.4103354015th, West
1975–76 722541 6 560.3893103585th, West
1976–77 72263511 630.4383253633rd, Lebel
1977–78 72352611 810.5624353623rd, Lebel
1978–79 722243 7 510.3543164694th, Lebel
1979–80 721352 7 330.2292654995th, Lebel
1980–81 722149 2 440.3062933965th, Lebel
1981–82 643033 1 610.4772983267th, QMJHL
1982–83 705317 01060.7574523051st, Lebel
1983–84 705416 01080.7715272891st, Lebel
1984–85 682835 1 4 610.4193143584th, Lebel
1985–86 723734 1 750.5214063863rd, Lebel
1986–87 703432 4 720.5143773402nd, Lebel
1987–88 704325 2 880.6293853462nd, Lebel
1988–89 704326 1 870.6213612922nd, QMJHL
1989–90 703730 3 770.5503322745th, QMJHL
1990–91 703730 3 770.5502732423rd, Lebel
1991–92 703827 5 810.5793062763rd, Lebel
1992–93 704325 2 880.6293672771st, Lebel
1993–94 724922 1 990.6883462471st, Lebel
1994–95 724822 2 980.6813022321st, Lebel
1995–96 701454 2 300.2142194047th, Lebel
1996–97 702740 3 570.4072603145th, Lebel
1997–98 703728 5 790.5642762205th, Lebel


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