|Operated:||1975 to 1982|
|Home Arena:||Montreal Forum|
|Colours:||Red, White and Blue|
|1933-72:||Montreal Junior Canadiens|
|1972-75:||Montreal Bleu Blanc Rouge|
|1984-89:||Verdun Junior Canadiens|
The Montreal Bleu Blanc Rouge were renamed in 1975, becoming the Montreal Juniors. The most famous graduate from the team is Denis Savard. The team played for seven seasons as the Montreal Juniors before moving to Verdun.
Robert Lebel Trophy
Michel Brière Commemorative Trophy
Jacques Plante Commemorative Trophy
Emile Bouchard Trophy
Raymond Lagacé Trophy
Frank J. Selke Commemorative Trophy
Marcel Robert Trophy
Hall of Fame alumniEdit
Two members of the Montreal Juniors have been enshrined in the HHOF. One of them played for the Juniors, the other was one of the team's coaches.
Denis Savard was a local superstar and centreman, who played three seasons with the Juniors scoring 455 points in three years. He would go onto play many years for the Chicago Blackhawks, and won a Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens in 1993.
Jacques Laperriere had been a defenseman on the Montreal Canadiens. After retiring as a player, Laperrière took on the position of coach of the Montreal Juniors prior to the 1975-76 season. Partway through the following year he resigned because of the pressure and violence at the amateur level.
- 1975-1976 Lost to Cornwall Royals 4 games to 2 in quarter-finals.
- 1976-1977 Defeated Chicoutimi Saguenéens 9 points to 7 in quarter-finals.
Lost to Quebec Remparts 9 points to 1 in semi-finals.
- 1977-1978 Defeated Verdun Eperviers 8 points to 0 in quarter-finals.
Defeated Cornwall Royals 8 points to 2 in semi-finals.
Lost to Trois-Rivières Draveurs 8 points to 0 in finals.
- 1978-1979 Defeated Quebec Remparts 8 points to 4 in quarter-finals.
Lost to Trois-Rivières Draveurs 8 points to 2 in semi-finals.
- 1979-1980 Defeated Quebec Remparts 4 games to 1 in quarter-finals.
Lost to Sherbrook Castors 4 games to 1 in semi-finals.
- 1980-1981 Lost to Trois-Rivières 4 games to 3 in quarter-finals.
- 1981-1982 Eliminated by finishing 7th place in an 8 team round-robin. (5 wins, 9 losses)
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