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Beauce Jaros
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City: Saint-Georges, Quebec
League: NAHL
Operated: 1975–1977
Home Arena: Centre Sportif Lacroix - Dutil
Colors: Orange, Brown & White
Head Coach: Jocelyn Hardy
Regular Season Titles: 1 1975–76

The Beauce Jaros were a minor professional ice hockey team from Saint-Georges, Quebec, located in the Beauce region of the province.

The Jaros played one full season in the North American Hockey League during the 1975–76 season, and were the NAHL's regular season champions, but lost to the Philadelphia Firebirds in the Lockhart Cup finals.

Jocelyn 'Joe' Hardy was the team's player coach, and also league most valuable player and top scorer in 1975–76, scoring 208 points. This made him the first professional player to score 200 points or more in a single season. The Jaros played another 30 games into the 1976–77 season before ceasing operations.

All-time standings[]

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Season   League                        GP  W  L  T  PTS   GF  GA Diff. Standing
1975-76  North American Hockey League  74 54 18  2  110  462 306 +156  1st in East; Lost in finals
1976-77  North American Hockey League  30  6 22  4   14  109 165  -56  Folded; out of playoffs

All-time top scorers[]

  Player             GP    G    A  PTS
1. Jocelyn Hardy     94   67  184  251
2. Richard Grenier   73   77   83  160 
3. Alain Caron       73   78   59  137 
4. Luc Simard        60   65   71  136
5. René Villemure    93   54   70  124

See also[]

  • Category:Beauce Jaros player
  • Category:Beauce Jaros coach

External links[]

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