|League||United Football League, Continental Football League|
|Based in||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
The Montreal Beavers were a professional American football team based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The franchise began as the Indianapolis Warriors of the United Football League in 1961, where they played for four seasons. During that time the Warriors made the UFL playoffs three times, and advanced to the league championship in 1964. The team moved to Fort Wayne in January 1965, and became a charter member of the Continental Football League when it was formed the next month.
Unable to find financial success in Indiana, team owner Al Savill sold the Warriors to a group from Montreal in March 1966. Led by former South Carolina head coach Marvin Bass, the Beavers finished with a 7-7 record in 1966 and a 4-8 mark in 1967. The team denied rumors of a sale in early 1968, but nevertheless folded before the season began.
|Indianapolis Warriors||1961||United Football League||6||3||1||2nd, Western Division||Gene Gedman|
|Indianapolis Warriors||1962||United Football League||9||3||0||2nd, Western Division||Ken Carpenter|
|Indianapolis Warriors||1963||United Football League||5||8||0||2nd, Western Division||Ray Nolting/Lynn Lynch/John Talley|
|Indianapolis Warriors||1964||United Football League||10||4||0||1st, Eastern Division||Ken Carpenter|
|Fort Wayne Warriors||1965||Continental Football League||8||6||0||2nd, Western Division||Ken Carpenter|
|Montreal Beavers||1966||Continental Football League||7||7||0||3rd, Western Division||Marvin Bass|
|Montreal Beavers||1967||Continental Football League||4||8||0||3rd, Atlantic North Division||Marvin Bass|
- "Warriors Moving To Fort Wayne". The Indianapolis Star. January 19, 1965.
- "Fort Wayne Warriors Go To Montreal". The Indianapolis Star. Associated Press. March 26, 1966.