The Torspos played in the Metro Junior B Hockey League from 1985 to 1988, when they folded.
Gianmarco Lullo holds the record for most goals scored as a Torspo in a season (64) and career (152) as a forward. He also shares the all-times Torspos record for most points in a season (105). He was selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the third round of the 1986 NHL Supplemental Draft. He signed as an unsigned free agent with the St. Louis Blues following the 1988 season. Played three years in the QRHA and retired following the 1992 season.
Frank Lee holds the Torspos record for most assists (93) in a season as a forward. He signed as undrafted free agent with the Winnipeg Jets following the 1988 season. He is the only Torspo player to be honored with the James I. York Memorial Award. He played two years in the ECHL and retired due to an injury to his neck in the middle of the 1990 season.
Michael Sena holds the records for most goals (19), assists (86), points (105) and penalty minutes (221) in a season and career as a blueliner for the Torspos. He is also the all-time assists leader (194) and shares the all-time points record (105) in a season. He was selected by the Detroit Red Wings in the last round of the 1987 NHL Supplemental Draft. He signed a letter of intent to attend Boston College (NCAA - USA), following the 1988 season, however an injury to his knee in his last game as a Torspo ended his playing career prior to dressing in college.
Michael Gilmartin holds the Torspos records for best GAA and save percentage in a season and career. He retired from hockey following the 1988 season and entered the United States Army.
'Dan Diamond, James Frach, Willie Groech and Wayne Hebner are 'the only Torspos ever to dress in an NHL game, each only playing one season as a Torspo. All were later elevated to Junior "A" following their sole season in Junior "B".
NOTABLE COACHES & STAFF
Andre "Moose" Dupont was the head coach for all three of the Torspo seasons.
Simon Karonnus was the Assistant Head Coach for all three Torpso seasons.
Season-by-Season Records[edit | edit source]
|1985-86||37||8||26||3||19||164||277||6th Fullan||out of playoffs|
|1986-87||37||10||21||6||26||158||205||5th Fullan||out of playoffs|
|1987-88||37||13||18||6||32||188||194||4th Fullan||Lost Quarter Final|