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Montreal Carabins

"Carabins" is the name of the sports teams of the University of Montreal, located in Montreal, Quebec. The school was originally called the Montreal campus of Laval University. The Carabins are members of the Reseau du sport etudiant du Quebec (RSEQ) and Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS). The RSEQ does not operate a hockey league, and has not done since 1987. In any event, the Carabins folded their hockey program after the 1971-72 season. The team operated in the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union, Montreal City Hockey League, Montreal Senior Group, International Intercollegiate League, Quebec-Ontario Athletic Association, and the Quebec Universities Athletic Association.

History of the SchoolEdit

As an institution, the university was first founded when the Université Laval in Quebec City founded a new branch in Montréal in 1878, which became known as the Université de Laval à Montréal. This initially went against the wishes of Montréal's prelate, who advocated an independent university in his city. Certain parts of the institution's educational facilities, such as those of the Séminaire de Québec and the Faculty of Medicine, founded as the Montreal School of Medicine and Surgery, had already been established in Montréal in 1876 and 1843 respectively. The Vatican granted the university some administrative autonomy in 1889, thus allowing it to choose its own professors and license its own diplomas. However it was not until 8 May 1919 that a papal charter from Pope Benedict XV granted full autonomy to the university. It thus became an independent Catholic university and adopted Université de Montréal as its name. Laval composed by Wilfrid Beaudry was dedicated to the students at Laval University and the Université de Montréal. The music for piano was published in Québec by J. Beaudry, circa 1906.

List of SeasonsEdit

Senior Seasons: 1907-08 to 1938-39Edit

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Intermediate Seasons: Edit

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Season-by-Season RecordsEdit

Click on the links in the “Year/Comp.” column to go to the page for that season.

Post-World War II Era: 1945-46 to 1971-72Edit

Year/Comp. GP W L T F A Pts Placing
1946 CIAU 6 2 4 0 39 49 4 3rd
1947 CIAU 9 3 4 2 33 41 8 3rd
1948 CIAU 12 2 10 0 52 91 4 4th
1949 CIAU 12 10 2 0 67 60 20 1st/champs
1949 Thompson 1 1 0 0 4 3 2 won
1950 CIAU 12 11 1 0 86 47 22 1st/champs
1951 CIAU 6 3 2 1 32 30 7 2nd
1951 Quebec 4 4 0 0 26 12 8 1st
1952 CIAU 12 8 3 1 61 41 17 1st/champs
1953 CIAU 12 7 4 1 54 45 15 1st/champs
1954 QOAA 12 7 5 0 72 61 14 2nd
1955 QOAA 12 4 7 1 28 45 9 3rd
1956 QOAA 12 4 8 0 39 74 8 4th
1957 QOAA 12 4 8 0 36 49 8 3rd
1958 QOAA 12 6 6 0 46 55 12 2nd
1959 QOAA 12 4 6 2 56 49 10 3rd
1960 QOAA 14 2 10 2 42 82 6 5th
1961 QOAA 12 5 7 0 54 67 10 3rd
1962 QOAA 12 3 9 0 59 76 6 E 4th
1963 QOAA 12 1 10 1 41 87 3 E 4th
1964 QOAA 12 7 2 3 54 51 17 2nd
1964 U-Cup 2 0 2 - 7 12 0 4th
1965 QOAA 16 13 3 0 99 55 26 2nd
1965 playoffs 2 2 0 - 9 7 4 champions
1966 QOAA 16 5 11 0 65 86 10 7th
1967 QOAA 16 5 9 2 58 80 12 6th
1968 QOAA 16 9 6 1 81 70 19 4th
1968 playoffs 1 0 1 - 3 4 0 semi-finals
1969 QOAA 15 9 5 1 85 62 19 E 3rd
1970 QOAA 15 9 5 1 67 61 19 E 2nd
1970 playoffs 1 0 1 - 0 11 0 semi-finals
1971 QOAA 15 7 5 3 62 59 17 E 3rd
1972 QUAA 21 10 7 4  ?  ? 24 5th

Notes:

  • 1945-46 started in a one division format.
  • In 1949 the Thompson Cup was revived for the winners of the CIAU and NCAA (USA).
  • In 1951 the three Quebec teams played an additional series.
  • 1961-62 started two division format: East and West.
  • 1963-64 returned to a one division format.
  • In 1964 Toronto declined to play in the University Cup and Montrel went instead.
  • In 1965 Montreal declined to enter the University Cup.
  • 1968-69 returned to a two division format: East and West.
  • The QUAA operated in a one division format.
  • E means East Division.

University CupsEdit

1964 University Cup

ChampionshipsEdit

  • Queen's Cup - CIAU: 1949, 1950, 1952, 1953
  • Thompson Cup: 1949
  • Queen's Cup - QOAA: 1965

PhotosEdit

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Game AdsEdit

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Also seeEdit

National links:

Ontario-Quebec links:

International links:

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Women's ice hockeyEdit

Montreal Carabins women's ice hockey
In the domain of ice hockey, this university only fields a women's team as of the 2016-2017 season.
Carabins vs Martlets Gold Game

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