La Tuque Wolves
La Tuque Wolves
City: La Tuque, Quebec
League: Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League
Division: Drolet
Founded: 2004 (2004)
Home Arena: Aréna du secteur Black Lake
Colors: Black, Gold, and White
Head Coach: Serge Poudrier
General Manager: Marc Camiré
Franchise history
2004-2007: St-Lawrence College of Québec Lions
2007-2008: Québec AssurExperts
2008-2010: Thetford Mines Filons
2010-Present: La Tuque Wolves

The La Tuque Wolves are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team from La Tuque, Quebec. They are a part of the Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League.


The La Tuque Wolves originally were an intermediate team.

They won the St Maurice Valley League in 1932-33 and entered the 1932-33 Quebec Senior Playoffs.

They won the 1968-69 Eastern Canada Intermediate Playoffs and then went on to win the 1968-69 Hardy Cup Championships.

The junior team went by the name "St-Lawrence College of Québec Lions" during its first three seasons. After a modest first season, the Lions reached the playoffs in their second season. The 2005-06 season saw them reach the quarter-finals in the playoffs and achieve a winning regular season record.

In 2007, the team was renamed the Quebec AssurExperts.

In 2008, the team was bought and moved to Thetford Mines, to be called the Thetford Mines Filons.

Thetford Mines Filons

The Filons

In 2010, the franchise was moved to La Tuque, the team to be known as the Wolves.[1]

Season-by-season recordEdit

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
2004-05 48 837 0 3169284 1913th QJAAAHL 
2005-06 512423 0 4232241 528th QJAAAHLLost Quarter-final
2006-07 531823 9 3239257 4811th QJAAAHLLost Preliminary
2007-08 522522 4 1251219 5510th QJAAAHL 
2008-09 49 12 30 - 7 147 222 31 14th QJAAAHL
2009-10 51 23 23 - 5 213 221 47 9th QJAAAHL DNQ

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