Jacques Deslauriers (born September 3, 1928 in Montreal, Quebec) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who played 2 games in the National Hockey League for the Montreal Canadiens. He played junior for the Montreal Nationale (a Montreal Canadiens farm team) from 1945-48. Deslauriers turned pro in the Canadiens system with the Dallas Texans in 1948-49 and the Cincinnati Mohawks in 1949-50. The next season he joined the Valleyfield Braves of the Quebec Senior Hockey League (Major) and won the Alexander Cup. He stayed with the Braves through the 1954-55 season. In 1955-56 he earned a two game callup with the Canadiens. After that he was sent to the Montreal Royals. He played four more seasons in the minor pros. Deslauriers then played two seasons with the senior Granby Vics before retiring in 1962. External linksEdit Jacques Deslauriers's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database Retrieved from "https://icehockey.fandom.com/wiki/Jacques_Deslauriers?oldid=274483" Categories: Born in 1928 Canadian ice hockey players Cincinnati Mohawks (AHL) players Dallas Texans (USHL) players Montreal Canadiens players Rochester Americans players Montreal Nationale alumni Valleyfield Braves players Montreal Royals players Chicoutimi Saguenéens (QHL) players Retired in 1962 Add category Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.