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Victoriaville Tigres

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Victoriaville Tigres
Tigres de Victoriaville
Victoriaville Tigres.svg
CityVictoriaville, Quebec
LeagueQuebec Major Junior Hockey League
DivisionTelus East
Founded1982
Home arenaColisée Desjardins
ColoursYellow, white and black
     
General managerKevin Cloutier
Head coachCarl Mallette
Championships2002 QMJHL Champions
Websitewww.tigresvictoriaville.com
Franchise history
1982–1987Longueuil Chevaliers
1987–presentVictoriaville Tigres

The Victoriaville Tigres are a junior ice hockey team that plays in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. The team is based in Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada. The team plays its home games at the Colisée Desjardins.

History

The franchise was granted for the 1982–83 season in Longueuil, Quebec, where they were known as the Longueuil Chevaliers. In 1987, the team moved to Victoriaville by owner, Gilles Lupien.[1] The Tigres won the President's Cup in 2002 and went to the 2002 Memorial Cup finals, which they lost to the Kootenay Ice.[2]

NHL alumni

List of Victoriaville Tigres who have played in the National Hockey League.

Yearly results

OL = Overtime loss, SL = Shootout loss, Pct = Winning percentage
Season Games Won Lost Tied OL SL Points Pct Goals for Goals against Standing Playoff
1987–88 70 33 31 6 - - 72 0.514 298 293 3rd, Dilio Lost 1st round
1988–89 70 41 27 2 - - 84 0.600 320 267 4th Lost Finals
1989–90 70 42 23 5 5 - 89 0.636 314 223 1st Lost Finals
1990–91 70 10 59 1 0 - 21 0.150 209 436 6th, Dillo Out of Playoffs
1991–92 70 16 52 2 2 - 34 0.243 243 388 6th, Dillo Out of Playoffs
1992–93 70 43 26 1 2 - 87 0.621 358 296 6th, Dillo Lost 1st round
1993–94 72 17 51 4 2 - 38 0.264 261 404 6th, Dillo Lost 1st round
1994–95 72 24 45 3 4 - 51 0.354 266 371 7th, Dillo Lost 1st round
1995–96 70 27 41 2 2 - 56 0.400 246 289 5th, Dillo Lost 2nd round
1996–97 70 43 23 4 1 - 90 0.643 304 216 1st, Dillo Lost 2nd round
1997–98 70 40 20 7 - - 87 0.621 215 209 2nd, Lebel Lost 1st round
1998–99 70 34 30 6 - - 74 0.529 208 253 3rd, Lebel Lost 1st round
1999–2000 72 36 31 3 6 - 63 0.438 316 285 4th, Centre Lost 1st round
2000–01 72 45 21 3 3 - 96 0.667 341 269 4th, Centre Lost 2nd round
2001–02 72 40 25 6 1 - 87 0.604 287 257 2nd, Centre President's Cup champion
2002–03 72 38 26 6 2 - 84 0.583 265 237 1st, Centre Lost 1st round
2003–04 70 20 43 5 2 - 47 0.336 204 295 6th, Ouest Out of Playoffs
2004–05 70 26 36 4 4 - 60 0.429 186 254 5th, Ouest Lost 1st round
2005–06 70 26 42 - 1 1 54 0.386 226 302 9th, Western Lost 1st round
2006–07 70 38 25 - 3 4 83 0.593 264 240 2nd, Telus Lost 1st round
2007–08 70 29 37 - 2 2 62 0.443 224 276 9th, Telus Lost 1st round
2008–09 68 32 32 - 2 2 68 0.500 219 249 3rd, Telus Centre Lost 1st round
2009–10 68 46 19 - 1 2 95 0.699 296 191 2nd, Telus Centre Lost 3rd round
2010–11 68 35 29 - 1 3 74 0.544 151 240 3rd, East Lost 2nd round
2011–12 68 44 18 - 1 5 94 0.691 311 228 2nd, Telus East Lost 1st round
2012–13 68 32 27 - 3 6 73 0.537 234 226 4th, East Lost 2nd Round
2013–14 68 33 27 - 5 3 74 0.544 229 219 4th, East Lost 1st round
2014–15 68 27 34 - 3 4 61 0.449 248 275 6th, East Lost 1st round
2015–16 68 33 28 - 3 4 73 0.537 246 249 4th, East Lost 1st round
2016–17 68 35 25 - 6 2 78 0.574 230 231 3rd, East Lost 1st round
2017–18 68 42 20 - 4 2 90 0.662 270 195 2nd, East Lost 3rd round
2018–19 68 30 33 - 4 1 65 0.478 188 219 3rd, Central Lost 2nd round
2019–20 63 26 28 - 5 4 61 0.484 190 201 3rd, Central No Playoffs

References

  1. ^ Morissette, Mario (2018-06-01). "Gilles Courteau réplique à Gilles Lupien". TVA Sports (in French). Retrieved 2018-09-12.
  2. ^ "Kootenay Wins 2002 MasterCard Memorial Cup". ontariohockeyleague.com. May 26, 2002. Retrieved December 21, 2020.

External links

This page was last edited on 24 April 2021, at 01:04
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