The St. Joseph D'Alma Aigles (Eagles) were a senior and intermediate team in Alma, Quebec.

They played in the Lac St. Jean Intermediate League from 1946 until it turned senior in 1950. The Aigles then played until 1953 when the league folded.

The Aigles were very successful. They won the Quebec provincial intermediate title in 1946-47 and 1948-49. In the latter season they lost a sudden death final against the senior champions Ottawa Senators.

After turning senior they won the league title and the provincial senior title in 1953.

The Aigles had one ex-NHLer. The 1948-49 team included Armand Gaudreault who had played one season with the Boston Bruins.

Season-by-Season RecordsEdit

Lac St. Jean Senior LeagueEdit

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Goals
1950-51 58 29 29 0 58 240 236 2ndLost Final
1951-52 49 29 16 4 62 - - 1stLost Semi Final
1952-53 60 40 18 2 82 291 186 1stWon Final, Won Quebec

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