Quebec Avalanche

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Quebec Avalanche
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Founded 2002
Home arena Sainte-Julie Arena[1]
Based in Laval, Quebec
Division Eastern
Colors Dark blue, grey & white
Head coach Christian Lefebvre
Captain Nathalie Dery
Alternate captains Marie-Eve Cloutier and Caroline Proulx
General manager Vinnie Mateo
Owner Vinnie Mateo and Andre Savard[2]

The Quebec Avalanche was a National Women's Hockey League team (2002 to 2007) located in Laval, Quebec, Canada. Before they were previously known as Sainte-Julie Pantheres (1999–2001) and Metropol Le Cheyenne (2001–2003). Quebec Avalanche has also a children's development program for hockey in Montreal.

History[edit]

Season-by-season[edit]

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Year GP W L T GF GA Pts
1999–2000 35 20 8 7 109 68 47
2000–01 40 22 15 3 168 102 47
2001–02 30 11 15 4 73 85 26
2002–03 36 10 21 5 87 120 26
2003–04 36 4 30 2 65 163 12
2004–05 36 5 27 4 53 132 16
2005–06 36 4 30 2 58 135 12
2006–07 12 2 8 2 41 91 6

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

Season standings[edit]

= Indicates First Place finish
= Indicates championship
Year Regular Season Playoffs
1999–2000 1st, Eastern Division Finalist, lost the final
2000-01 2nd, Eastern Division Finalist, lost the final
2001-02 3rd, Eastern Division no participation in playoff
2002-03 3rd, Eastern Division no participation in playoff
2003-04 3rd place, Eastern Division no participation in playoff
2004-05 3rd, Eastern Division no participation in playoff
2005-06 3rd, Eastern Division no participation in playoff
2006-07 6th, in one division no participation in playoff

NWHL Championships[edit]

  • 1999-2000: Sainte-Julie Pantheres defeated Laval Le Mistral and Montreal Axion in the first round of playoffs, and faced the Beatrice Aeros for the finals in Brampton, Ontario. In the first game of the Final playoff, the Pantheres came back and tied the game 2-2. In the deciding game, Beatrice Aeros player Cherie Piper scored in the first period. That would prove to be the game-winning goal as Beatrice Aeros claimed the championship by a 1-0 score. Lauren Goldstein earned the shutout for the Aeros. Goaltender Marie-Claude Roy of the Sainte-Julie Pantheres was selected MVP for the Finals. She stopped 80 of 83 shots in the two game series.[3]
March 18: Ste. Julie 2, Beatrice 2
March 19: Beatrice 1, Ste. Julie 0

Beatrice Aeros wins title based on most goals scored.

1999/2000 Coach of Eastern Division All Star Team : Sébastien Gariépy, Ste-Julie Pantheres[4]
  • 2000-01: Beatrice Aeros Capture Second NWHL Title: Beatrice wins title based on most goals scored
March 18, 2001: Ste. Julie 2, Beatrice 2
March 19: Beatrice 8, Ste. Julie 1

Last roster 2006–07[edit]

Goalies
Number Player Former Team Hometown
36 Canada Marie-Andree Joncas [5] Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Laval, Quebec
30 Canada Ariella Kleiman Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Cote-St-Luc, Quebec
N/A Canada Emmanuelle Cabana Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 St-Hilaine, Quebec
Defense
Number Player Former Team Hometown
89 Canada Marie-Noel Tessier Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Pont Rouge, Quebec
89 Canada Amanda McKay
88 Canada Audrey Morrisette Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
77 Canada Marie-Claude Vaillancourt Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 LaSalle, Quebec
44 Canada Nathalie Dery Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Cap-Sante, Quebec
22 Canada Audrey Seguin Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Pointe-Claire, Quebec
19 Canada Sandy Roy Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Roxton Falls, Quebec
16 Canada Myriam Boudreau Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Iles-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec
12 Canada Julia Carlton [6] Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Pointe Claire, Quebec
8 Canada Jessica Bond Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
7 Canada Marie-Andree Leclerc-Auger Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
7 Canada Carly Hill Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Dorval, Quebec
7 Canada Lysanne Desilets Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
7 Canada Stephanie Daneau Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
7 Canada Valerie Boisclair Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
Forwards
Number Player Former Team Hometown
96 Canada Annie Desrosiers
91 Canada Veronique Laramee-Paquette Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Mont-Tremblant, Quebec
89 Canada Sophie Lachapelle Quebec avalanche 2005-06 Laval, Quebec
88 Canada Martine Leduc Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
88 Canada Cynthia Charbonneau Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
86 Canada Chloe Cantin Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
66 Canada Marie-Eve Cloutier Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 St-Bruno, Quebec
59 Canada Marie-Eve Pharand Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
59 Canada Genevieve Lavoie Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
23 Austria Esther Kantor Austria
21 Canada Veronique Lapierre Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Lac-Megantic, Quebec
19 Canada Veronique Lefebvre Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
18 Canada Caroline Levesque Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Rosemont, Quebec
10 Canada Genevieve Nadeau Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Montreal, Quebec
9 Canada Stephanie Lambert Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Montreal, Quebec
8 Canada Laurie Tremblay Quebec Avalanche 2005-06
8 Canada Pearle Nerenberg Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Lachute, Quebec
8 Canada Debbie Beaudoin White Rock, British Columbia
5 Canada Caroline Proulx Quebec Avalanche 2005-06 Montreal, Quebec

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Notables former players[edit]

Former coaches[edit]

  • Head Coach: Christian Lefebvre ( Sébastien Gariépy in season 1999-2000 for Sainte-Julie Pantheres)
  • Goaltending Coach: Marco Marciano[11]

See also[edit]

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