Terrebonne Cobras

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Terrebonne Cobras
Les Cobras de Terrebonne
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CityTerrebonne, Quebec, Canada
LeagueQuebec Junior Hockey League
DivisionAlexandre Burrows
Foundedc. 1988
Home arenaComplexe sportif de Terrebonne
ColoursBlack, Yellow, and Blue
              
General managerRobert Dubuc
Head coachRobert Dubuc
Franchise history
c. 1988-1991Laval-Bourassa Cobras
1991-1992Montreal-Nord Cobras
1992-2003La Plaine Cobras
2003-PresentTerrebonne Cobras

Terrebonne Cobras are a junior ice hockey team from Terrebonne, Quebec, Canada, part of the Quebec Junior Hockey League.

Since relocating to Terrebonne, the Cobras are two time Quebec Junior League Champions winning in 2010 and again last year in 2017. Both championships advance the organization to the Fred Page Cup to determine an eastern Canada champion to compete in the National Championships. The Cobras efforts in 2010 were stopped in the Fred Page Cup by eventual National Champions Pembroke Lumber Kings. The second opportunity the Cobras won their first Fred Page Cup and made it to the semifinals at the National finals.

Season-by-season record[edit]

Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1988-89 39 3 32 4 - 130 316 10 11th QPJHL
1989-90 42 9 28 5 - 168 292 23 9th QPJHL
1990-91 44 11 32 1 - 183 263 23 10th QPJHL
1991-92 48 29 15 4 - 324 258 62 5th QPJHL
1992-93 50 13 36 1 - 239 380 27 13th QPJHL
1993-94 48 19 27 - 2 235 287 40 9th QPJHL
1994-95 48 21 23 - 4 249 268 46 9th QPJHL
1995-96 48 25 19 - 4 224 228 54 5th QPJHL
1996-97 48 17 29 - 2 220 279 36 9th QPJHL
1997-98 54 27 25 - 2 224 245 56 9th QJAAAHL
1998-99 52 21 24 - 7 240 289 49 9th QJAAAHL
1999-00 58 40 16 - 2 285 231 82 3rd QJAAAHL
2000-01 49 22 25 2 0 227 249 46 9th QJAAAHL
2001-02 53 27 22 1 3 238 226 58 7th QJAAAHL
2002-03 50 23 21 3 3 239 231 52 7th QJAAAHL
2003-04 50 27 17 3 3 188 165 60 5th QJAAAHL
2004-05 48 22 21 2 3 187 194 49 7th QJAAAHL
2005-06 51 16 30 0 5 185 237 37 12th QJAAAHL Lost Preliminary
2006-07 54 32 14 5 3 258 232 72 5th QJAAAHL Lost Quarter-final
2007-08 52 31 18 0 3 248 215 65 5th QJAAAHL Lost Preliminary
2008-09 49 33 16 - 0 226 171 66 4th QJAAAHL Lost Semi-final
2009-10 51 39 8 - 4 278 173 82 1st QJAAAHL Won League
2010-11 49 32 13 - 4 210 149 70 4th QJAAAHL Lost Quarter-final
2011-12 49 28 16 - 5 203 165 61 4th QJAAAHL
2012-13 52 25 21 - 6 202 227 56 9th QJAAAHL Lost Preliminary
2013-14 52 31 15 - 6 260 221 68 5th QJAAAHL Lost Semi finals
2014-15 - - - - - - - - - -
2015-16 55 38 13 0 4 292 192 80 2nd of 6 Burrows
3rd of 12 QJHL
Won Quarterfinals, 4-0 (Panthers)
Lost Semifinals, 1-4 (Collège Français)
2016-17 49 44 4 0 0 313 132 88 1st of 6 Burrows
1st of 12 QJHL
Won Quarterfinals, 4-1 (Montagnards)
Won Semifinals 4-2 (Inouk)
Won League Finals 4-1 (Collège Français)

LHJQ Champions
2017-18 49 43 5 1 0 347 141 87 1st of 6 Burrows
1st of 12 QJHL
Won Quarterfinals, 4-0 (Forts)
Won Semifinals 4-1 (Panthers)
Lost League Finals 1-4 (Collège Français)

Fred Page Cup[edit]

Eastern Canada Championships
MHL - QAAAJHL - CCHL - Host
Round robin play with 2nd vs 3rd in semi-final to advance against 1st in the finals.

Year Round Robin Record Standing SemiFinal Gold Medal Game
2010 OTL, Pembroke Lumber Kings 5-6
W, Woodstock Slammers 6-2
L, Brockville Braves 2-5
1-1-1 3rd of 4 L, Pembroke Lumber Kings 4-6 n/a
2017 * W, Truro Bearcats 8-2
OTW, Carleton Place Canadians 8-7
2OTW, Longueuil Collège Français 3-2
3-0-0 1st of 4 qualified to finals W, Carleton Place Canadians 5-2
Fred Page Cup Champions
advance to Royal Bank Cup

Royal Bank Cup[edit]

CANADIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Dudley Hewitt Champions - Central, Fred Page Champions - Eastern, Western Canada Cup Champions - Western, [[Western Canada Cup|Trenton Golden HawksWestern Canada Cup - Runners Up]] and Host
Round robin play with top 4 in semi-final and winners to finals.

Year Round Robin Record
W-OTW-OTL-L
Standing Semifinal Gold Medal Game
2017 L, Brooks Bandits 3-6
W, Trenton Golden Hawks 3-2
L, Cobourg Cougars 1-6
W, Penticton Vees 3-2
1-0-0-2 3rd of 5 L, Brooks Bandits 0-4 did not advance

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