|2012-13 GMHL season|
|City||Temiscaming, Quebec, Canada|
|League||Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League|
|Home arena||Le Centre de Temiscaming|
|Colours||Blue, Black, and White
|General manager||Vincent Labranche|
|Head coach||Andre Laperriere|
The Temiscaming Titans were officially announced April 12, 2011. The Titans are the only Quebec-based team in the GMHL, but the third in their history after the Temiscaming Royals (2007–2008) and the Ville-Marie Dragons (2008–2009).
The Titans were undefeated in regulation in their first twenty games of the season. Their first loss came on November 25, 2011, 8-1, at the hands of the Elliot Lake Bobcats, largely in part to the Bobcats great defensive skills, and Pavlo Borko and is 19 save shutout performance.
On February 16, 2012, the Titans officially unveiled their banner for the 2011-2012 GMHL Regular Season Champions. Also on the night forwards #88 Andre Leclair and #89 Robin Mendelsohn were honoured as their number banner was hung up into the rafters in front of a crowd of over 400. The Titans would go on to take the game 4-1 over the Elliot Lake Bobcats.
In the 2011-2012 GMHL playoffs, the Temiscaming Titans made it to the GMHL Russell Cup Final Series against the Sturgeon Falls Lumberjacks. Games 1 and 2 were held in Temiscaming which drew crowds of over 500 per game. Game 5 went back to Temiscaming where it drew a crowd of over 700 people. The Titans would fall to the Lumberjacks in 6 games.
As the 2012-2013 season began, many were wondering what season two of the Titans would bring. Opening night was held on September 7, 2012 which drew a crowd of over 550, the Titans would win 8-1 against the Shelburne Red Wings. During the course of the season the Titans would post a 14 game win streak. In January, 2013 the Titans acquired Ashton Haley and Evgeni Mironov which would help them in their long playoff run. The Titans would post a 35-6-0-1 record during the regular season.
The team finished as the first place in the North Division, drawing a first round playoff matchup against the Mattawa Voyageurs. Temiscaming would end up sweeping the Voyageurs, outscoring them 33-8.
The second round would see the Titans facing the rival Powassan Eagles. Game 1 was held in Temiscaming where 234 penalty minutes was given with the teams combined, with the Titans winning 7-1. They would go on to sweep the Eagles in three games, pushing their playoff record to 6-0. It was a hard fought, penalty filled series. In three games, the teams were combined for 329 penalty minutes. There were 17 game misconducts, 10 fighting majors, and 14 major penaltys.
They would then go on to face the Bracebridge Phantoms in the North Division Final. This series was good fast hockey. The Titans would take Games 1 and 2 with a 6-5, and 7-4 win. However, going to Bracebridge for Games 3 and 4 the Phantoms would take home ice as an advantage and win two straight to tie the series. Game 5 seen the Titans come out strong and win 8-2. The Phantoms were done as they beat the Titans 5-3 to stay alive. Game 7 in Temiscaming was loud, the fans played the 7th man role and helped the Titans cruise to a 9-1 victory to secure a berth in the Russell Cup Finals.
The 2013 Russell Cup Finals included the Titans and the undefeated Bradford Rattlers. Game 1 on March 21, 2013 in Bradford which was a mixed emotion game. The Titans were trailing behind for most of the game, until they hit the halfway mark of the third period. Temiscaming bursted with three goals in the last 10 minutes to tie the game and force overtime. In overtime, the Titans were shorthanded when Ryan Adams intercepted a pass at his own blue line and was sent on a breakaway and beat Rattlers' netminder Jonathan LoParco to give the Titans a 1-0 series lead. Not only did they have the series lead, they were the first team to beat the Rattlers (52-0-0-0) through the regular season and playoffs. Bradford would win games 2 and 3, with Temiscaming taking game 4 to tie the series 2-2. Ultimately, Temiscaming lost the series in 6 games.
Season-By-Season Standings 
|2011-12||42||38||3||-||1||273||120||77||1st GMHL||Lost Final|
|2012-13||42||35||6||0||1||315||156||71||2nd GMHL||Lost Final|
- 2012 Lost Final
- Temiscaming Titans defeated Orangeville Americans 3-games-to-none in quarter-final
- Temiscaming Titans defeated South Muskoka Shield 4-games-to-none in semi-final
- Sturgeon Falls Lumberjacks defeated Temiscaming Titans 4-games-to-2 in final
- 2013 Lost Final
- Temiscaming Titans defeated Mattawa Voyageurs 3-games-to-none in division quarter-final
- Temiscaming Titans defeated Powassan Eagles 3-games-to-none in division semi-final
- Temiscaming Titans defeated Bracebridge Phantoms 4-games-to-3 in division final
- Bradford Rattlers defeated Temiscaming Titans 4-games-to-2 in final
Head coaches 
Team captains 
Current roster 
Updated March 31, 2013.
Team records 
|Franchise record||Name of player||Statistic||Year(s)|
|Most goals in a season||Andre Leclair||56||2011–2012|
|Most assists in a season||Andre Leclair||66||2011–2012|
|Most points in a season||Andre Leclair||122||2011–2012|
|Most points in a season, defenceman||Nicolas Fournier||50||2012–2013|
|Most penalty minutes in a season||Nicolas Fournier||169||2012–2013|
|Most playoff games played||Richard Abbott||27||2012–2013|
|Most goaltender wins in a season||Reilly Turner||17||2011–2012|
|Most shutouts in a season||Aaron Boyce||1||2011–2012|
|Lowest G.A.A. in a season||Aaron Boyce||2.42||2011–2012|
|Best save percentage in a season||Aaron Boyce||.929||2011–2012|
All time Titans