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.
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.
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
2000-01: Beatrice Aeros Capture Second NWHL Title: Beatrice wins title based on most goals scored