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Laval is a city in southern Quebec, Canada. It takes up the entire Isle Jesus which is just north of Montreal.


  • Isle Jesus Saints (Metropolitan Montreal Junior League, 1964-1965) revert to Laval Saints name
  • Laval Arctic (QJAAAHL, 2010-2011) relocate to St. Leonard renamed St Leonard Arctic
  • Laval Braves (LNAH, 2013-2014) relocated from Valleyfield, PQ during November 2013, renamed Predateurs when Valleyfield gets a new team in the QJHL and reacquires rights to Braves nickname
  • Laval Chiefs
  1. (QSPHL, 1998-2003) league renamed QSMHL
  2. (Quebec Senior Major Hockey League, 2003-2004) league renamedLNAH
  3. (LNAH, 2004-2006) become St. Jean Chiefs
  4. Laval Le Mistral (National Women's Hockey League, 1998-2001) folded
  1. (Metropolitan Montreal Junior League, 1963-1964) becomeIsle Jesus Saints
  2. (Metropolitan Montreal Junior League, 1965-1969) join QMJHL
  3. (QMJHL, 1969-1970) folded
  1. (Quebec City Senior League, 1914-1915)
  2. (Quebec City Senior League, 1921-1923)
  3. (Quebec City National League, 1933-1934)
  4. (Quebec City Intermediate League, 1940-1941)



The city of Laval purchased the Complexe Sportif Guimond in Semptember of 2017 to meet an increased need for ice time in the city.  The arena was previously owned by the Guimond Family[1]

  • Centre SportXpo de Laval
  • Complexe Sportif Guimond also known as Guimond Sports Complex
  • Arena Dagenais
  • Arena Yvon-Chartrand
  • Colisee de Laval
  • Arena Samson
  • Arena Chomedey
  • Arena Lucerne
  • Arena Richard-Trottier
  • Arena Laval-Ouest
  • Arena Cartier
  • Arena Saint-Francois
  • Arena Samson
  • Place Bell