|League:||Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League|
|Home Arena:||Rouyn-Noranda Community Centre|
|Colors:||Red and White|
This defunct hockey team was a part of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The team disbanded to make way for their city's Quebec Major Junior Hockey League franchise, the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies.
The Capitales were the first Québécois team in NOJHL history. The Capitales left in 1996. There would not be another Quebec-based team in the league until 2008 when the NOJHL allowed the expansion of the Temiscaming Royals.
|1989-90||40||21||18||1||-||234||212||43||2nd NOJHL||Lost Final|
|1993-94||40||21||16||3||-||257||270||45||3rd NOJHL||Lost Final|
|1994-95||48||33||12||3||-||295||175||69||2nd NOJHL||Lost Final|
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