Montreal Jofa Titan

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Montreal Jofa Titan
City Montreal
League National Women's Hockey League
Division Eastern
Founded 1998
Home arena Ed Meagher Arena in Concordia University campus
Head coach Laurier Theriault
Captain Nancy Drolet
Alternate captains:
Isabelle Surprenant

The Montreal Jofa Titan (1998–99) was a professional women's ice hockey team in the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL). The team played its home games at the Concordia University, Ed Meagher Arena in Montreal, Canada.

History[edit]

Montreal Jofa Titan began in the Repentigny Senior AA League. The team won the 1995-96 regular season and the 1996 Senior AA Quebec provincial championship.[1] The Jofa Titan joined the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) in 1998-99.[2] The team closed in 1999 after just one season in the NWHL.

Season 1998-99[edit]

Year by year
Year GP W L T GF GA Pts
1998-99 34 12 17 5 88 109 29

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points.

Season standing[edit]

Year Reg. Season Playoffs
1998-99 2nd, Eastern Division lost in Eastern Division Finals

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Playoffs[3][edit]

Bonaventure Wingstar beat Montreal Jofa-Titan in a 2 games final series to capture the first NWHL Eastern Division Playoff Championship NWHL. Bonaventure Wingstar finished the 2 game total points final with a record of 1 win and 1 tie.

  • April 17, 1999 - Bonaventure Wingstar 5, Montreal Jofa-Titan 1
  • April 18, 1999 - Montreal Jofa-Titan 2 at Bonaventure Wingstar 2

Current Roster[edit]

Goalies
Number Player GP MIN W L T GAA GA EN ShO
31 Canada Marie-Claude Roy 20 897 5 10 4 2.95 59 1 0
30 Canada Isabelle Methot 16 678 7 7 1 3.25 49 0 1
Defense
Number Player GP Goal Assist Pts Pen
95 Canada Isabelle Surprenant 26 3 8 11 18
41 Canada Marie-Claude Pelletier 5 0 0 0 0
24 Canada Mylene Daneau 31 2 5 7 14
11 Canada Josee Sincerny 32 2 8 10 32
10 Canada Stephanie Parent 3 0 2 2 2
7 Canada Kelly Rae Ryan 33 2 9 11 48
4 Canada Jessica Daneau 8 2 1 3 8
2 Canada Christine Dupuis 29 0 5 5 20
Forward
Number Player GP Goal Assist Pts Pen
72 Canada Sylvie Malenfant 8 2 2 4 0
47 Canada Marie-France Rioux 10 1 2 3 0
25 Canada Linda Loignon 30 4 9 13 22
23 Canada Mai-Len Lê 21 12 10 22 28
22 Canada Karine Vanasse 15 0 4 4 8
21 Canada Sandra Dufour 33 7 7 14 46
19 Canada Nathalie Chartrand 8 1 0 1 0
18 Canada Nancy Drolet 19 15 6 21 29
16 Canada Stephanie Grenon 34 8 6 14 16
13 Canada Nancy Deschamps 30 13 15 28 33
12 Canada Isabelle Ste-Marie 24 4 4 8 8
9 Canada Jacinthe Gendron 34 10 9 19 46

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Several players arise of Team Quebec[5][edit]

Coaching Staff[edit]

  • General Manager:
  • Head Coach: Laurier Theriault[6]

Award and honour[7][edit]

Notable former players[edit]

References[edit]

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