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The Quebec Aces (in French: As de Québec) were initially an amateur, then a professional men's hockey team based in Quebec City, Quebec.The team was founded in 1928 as an Intermediate team. They won the provincial intermediate championship in 1934 & 1936, They missed out in 1935 because they were too late to register.

As a result of their success, they became senior and joined the Montreal Senior Group in 1936-37. The Montreal Senior Group changed its name to the Quebec Senior Hockey League in 1937-38.

The Aces won the Allan Cup in 1943-44.From 1950 to 1970, they played in the Colisée de Québec.

In 1951-52 they won the Alexander Cup.

The team was amateur until 1953-54. They turned professional when the entire Quebec Senior Hockey League did, changing its name to the Quebec Hockey League. The team joined the American Hockey League in 1959 when the Quebec Hockey League folded.

The Aces won the Quebec Hockey League in 1953-54 and 1956-57, They also won the Edinburgh Trophy in 1956-57.

Farm team of the Philadelphia Flyers from 1967 on, the team moved to Richmond, Virginia in 1971 when the Flyers decided to relocate their farm team. They became known as the Richmond Robins. The franchise folded in 1976.

Regular season statisticsEdit

Some results are unavailable from 1928 to 1936.

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ALL-TIME STANDINGS
Season League Regular season Playoffs Head coach
GP W L T PTS GF GA Standing Result Head coach
1928-29 QAHA
1929-30 QAHA
1930-31 QAHA
1931-32 QAHA
1932-33 QAHA
1933-34 QAHA 11 9 2 0 18 25 17 1st, QCNL
1934-35 QAHA        Independent - exhibitions only
1935-36 QAHA
1936-37 MSG 24 13 10 1 27 81 58 3rd, MSG
1937-38 QSHL 22 12 8 2 30† 61 37 2nd, QSHL
1938-39 QSHL 22 5 14 3 15† 62 72 6th, QSHL
1939-40 QSHL 30 10 14 6 26 85 85 6th, QSHL
1940-41 QSHL 36 19 12 5 43 151 125 3rd, QSHL
1941-42 QSHL 40 25 15 5 45 140 107 2nd, QSHL
1942-43 QSHL 34 16 14 4 36 149 131 2nd, QSHL
1943-44 QSHL 18 17 1 0 34 131 50 1st, QSHL
1944-45 QSHL 24 15 7 2 32 160 89 2nd, QSHL
1945-46 QSHL 50 17 30 3 37 149 169 4th, QSHL
1946-47 QSHL 40 19 15 6 44 159 158 3rd, QSHL
1947-48 QSHL 48 23 20 5 51 175 185 4th, QSHL
1948-49 QSHL 60 22 32 6 50 186 213 5th, QSHL
1949-50 QSHL 60 35 22 3 73 207 175 2nd, QSHL
1950-51 QSHL 60 31 22 7 69 228 195 2nd, QSHL
1951-52 QSHL 60 37 16 7 81 230 168 1st, QSHL
1952-53 QSHL 60 22 26 12 56 178 197 6th, QSHL
1953-54 QHL 72 30 34 8 68 216 212 4th, QHL
1954-55 QHL 60 31 27 2 65 206 208 2nd, QHL
1955-56 QHL 64 23 37 4 50 190 230 4th, QHL
1956-57 QHL 68 40 21 7 87 226 175 1st, QHL
1957-58 QHL 64 29 31 4 62 224 233 4th, QHL
1958-59 QHL 62 21 33 8 50 176 232 4th, QHL
1959-60 AHL 72 19 51 2 40 178 333 7th, AHL
1960-61 AHL 72 30 39 3 63 217 267 6th, AHL
1961-62 AHL 70 30 36 4 64 208 207 4th, East
1962-63 AHL 72 33 28 11 77 206 210 4th, East
1963-64 AHL 72 41 30 1 83 258 225 1st, East
1964-65 AHL 72 44 26 2 90 280 223 1st, East
1965-66 AHL 72 47 21 4 98 337 226 1st, East
1966-67 AHL 72 35 30 7 77 275 249 3rd, East
1967-68 AHL 72 33 28 11 77 277 240 2nd, West
1968-69 AHL 74 26 34 14 66 235 258 3rd, West
1969-70 AHL 72 27 39 6 60 221 272 3rd, East
1970-71 AHL 72 25 31 16 66 211 240 4th, East

† From 1936-39, Quebec played some 4-point games against Victorias and McGill. 1936-41: Source: Ottawa Citizen

  • Note: QCNL = Quebec City National League
  • Note: MSG = Montreal Senior Group

PlayoffsEdit

American Hockey League seasons only.

Season  1st round          2nd round          Finals 
1959–60 Out of Playoffs 
1960–61 Out of Playoffs 
1961–62 Out of Playoffs 
1962–63 Out of Playoffs 
1963–64 W, 4-1, Pittsburgh bye                L, 0-4, Cleveland 
1964–65 L, 1-4, Rochester  —                  — 
1965–66 L, 2-4, Rochester  —                  — 
1966–67 L, 2-3, Baltimore  —                  — 
1967–68 W, 3-2, Buffalo    W, 3-1, Providence L, 2-4, Rochester 
1968–69 W, 3-2, Cleveland  W, 3-2, Providence L, 1-4, Hershey 
1969–70 L, 2-4, Buffalo    —                  — 
1970–71 L, 3-4, Springfield† Out of Playoffs 

†One game tiebreaker to determine final playoff position.


See AlsoEdit

Quebec Aces Team Photos

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