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|League:||Quebec Major Junior Hockey League|
|Operated:||1969 to 1981|
|Home Arena:|| Colisée Cardin|
|Colors:||red and white|
|1997–present:||Cape Breton Screaming Eagles|
|Division Championships:|| two|
The Sorel Éperviers (Black Hawks) were a junior ice hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League from 1969 to 1981. The team was one of the founding members of the QMJHL. They mostly played at the Colisée Cardin in Sorel-Tracy, Quebec, but also spent a few seasons at the Verdun Auditorium in the Montreal suburb of Verdun, Quebec. The most famous Épervier alumnus would undoubtedly be Ray Bourque, who is also the only former Épervier in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The Éperviers originated in the Quebec Junior Hockey League, and were the league's champion in 1969. Sorel were finalists in the 1968-69 Eastern Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs for the George Richardson Memorial Trophy, losing 3 games to 1 to the Montreal Junior Canadiens.
The 1973–74 QMJHL season sparked an offensive explosion, unmatched in Canadian Hockey League history. Sorel set a CHL record of 620 goals scored as a team. Three Sorel players, Pierre Larouche, Michel Deziel and Jacques Cossette, had more than 90 goals and 200 points each. Sorel goalkeeper Claude Legris also posted the highest goals against average of 4.50 goals per game for a Jacques Plante Memorial Trophy winner.
- Sorel Éperviers (1969–1977)
- Verdun Éperviers (1977–1979)
- Verdun/Sorel Éperviers (1979–1980)
- Sorel Éperviers (1980–1981)
Note :Pct = Winning percentage
|Éperviers' season-by-season record|
All-time scoring leadersEdit
|Éperviers' all-time scoring leaders|
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