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Longueuil Collège Français
College Francais de Longueuil
City: Longueuil, Quebec
League: Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League
Division: Sherwood
Founded: 1970
Home Arena: Colisée Jean Béliveau
Colours: Blue, Red, and White
Head Coach: Pierre Petroni
General Manager: 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 Tier II Junior "A" team from Longueuil, Quebec, and a member of the Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League. The Collège Français headquarters are in Brossard, Quebec, while the team plays at Colisée Jean Béliveau.

HistoryEdit

Longueuil won the NAPA Cup as league champion in 1989-90 and 1996-97. 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 recordEdit

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 QPJHLWon 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
2001-0253361412301185753rd QJAAAHL
2002-0350261833203193583rd QJAAAHL
2003-0450331232278185712nd QJAAAHL
2004-0548261723200165576th QJAAAHL
2005-0651351303258170735th QJAAAHLLost Semi-final
2006-0754391122292204823rd QJAAAHLLost 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 52 35 11 - 6 257 169 76 5th QJAAAHL-AB Won League
2015-16 55 43 8 1 2 320 148 89 1st of 6 Burrows
2nd of 12 LHJQ
Won Div. Semifinal, 4-0 (Braves)
Won Semifinals, 4-1 (Cobras)
Won League Finals, 4-0 (Inouk)
LHJQ Champions

Fred Page CupEdit

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 2-3n/a
2016 W, Pictou County Crushers 4-1
W, Woodstock Slammers 9-5
L, Carleton Place Canadians 3-6
2-1-0 tbd of 4 OTL, Woodstock Slammers 2-3n/a</small>

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