Sorel-Tracy is a city in southern Quebec at the confluence of the St. Lawrence and Richelieu rivers.
It has a population of about 35,000.
It is an amalgamation of the cities of Sorel and Tracy, among others.
- Sorel Black Hawks (Quebec Junior A Hockey League, 1965-1969) join QMJHL and changed name to French equivolent of Éperviers
- Sorel Dinosaures (Quebec Semi Professional Hockey League, 1996-1999) renamed Royaux
- Sorel Éperviers
- (Provincial Intermediate League, 1954-1957)
- (Metropolitan Montreal Junior League, 1958-1964)
- Quebec Junior A Hockey League, 1964-1965) moved to Thetford Mines, renamed Black Hawks
- (Quebec Semi Professional Hockey League, 1999-2003) league renamed QSMHL
- (Quebec Senior Major Hockey League, 2003-2004) merged with St. Jean sur Richeleau Mission in LNAH as Sorel-Tracy Mission
- Quebec Survenants (Quebec Junior A Hockey League,1978-1979) folded
- Sorel-Tracy Caverna (LNAH, 2011-2013) renamed Eprerviers
- Sorel-Tracy GCI (LNAH, 2010-2011) renamed Caverna
- Sorel-Tracy Mission (LNAH, 2004-2008) sit out 2 seasons, return as GCI
- Tracy Athletics (Provincial Intermediate League, 1954-1955) renamed Jets
- Tracy Jets (Provincial Intermediate League, 1955-1956)