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|Home Arena:||Colisée Cardin|
|Colors:|| Black, red, white|
|General Manager:||christian deschenes|
|Head Coach:||jonathan forest|
|1996 to 1998:||Saint-Gabriel Blizzard|
|1998 to 2000:||Joliette Blizzard|
|2000 to 2002:||Joliette Mission|
|2002 to 2004:||Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Mission|
|2004 to 2008:||Sorel Mission (LNAH)|
|2008 to 2010:||inactive|
|2010 to 2011:||Sorel-Tracy GCI|
|2011 - present:||Sorel-Tracy Carvena HC|
|Regular Season Titles:||None|
|Playoff Championships:|| 3|
1996-97 (as Saint-Gabriel Blizzard)
1998-99 (as Joliette Blizzard)
2000-01 (as Joliette Mission)
Initially, the team was based in Saint-Gabriel, Quebec and was called the Blizzard. Its first season was the 1996-97 season, where they captured the Futura Cup. The team then moved to Joliette, Quebec in 1998. It changed its name from Blizzard to Mission before the 2000-01 season. During its time in Joliette, they won a further two Futura Cups in 1998-99 and 2000-01. Before the 2002-03 season, they moved to Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec. They played two season there, before they moved to Sorel-Tracy before the 2004-05 season.
The Sorel LNAH franchise was inactive after the 2008 season, but was officially reinstated into the league on May 21, 2010
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