|City||Quesnel, British Columbia|
|League||British Columbia Hockey League|
|Home Arena||Quesnel Twin Arenas|
|Colours||Navy Blue, Light Blue, and White|
The Quesnel Millionaires are a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada. They have been a part of the British Columbia Hockey League since the 1996-97 season, when they joined the league as an expansion member of the Interior Conference. The Millionaires had previously played in the Peace-Cariboo Junior Hockey League (1975-1991) and the Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League (1991-1996). Their home rink, Quesnel Twin Arenas, is nicknamed "The Vault".
- Brock Hooten - Former Ottawa Senators draft pick.
- Gilbert Brule - 6th overall Draft Pick in 2005 by the Columbus Blue Jackets, played 48 games in 2002-03, scoring 32 goals and 25 assists for 57 points.
- Tyson Marsh - Former Toronto Maple Leafs Farmhand.
- Carey Price - 5th overall Draft Pick in 2005 by the Montreal Canadiens, played for a short time with club.
- Link Gaetz - Former NHL tough guy.
- Terry Ryan (ice hockey) - Former Montreal Canadiens First round draft pick.
- Jamie Leach - Stanley Cup winner with Pittsburgh Penguins and son of legendary Reggie Leach served as coach of the Millionaires in the early 2000's.
- Sheldon Souray - NHL Defenseman, drafted by the New Jersey Devils in 1994. He has played on the Montreal Canadians, New Jersey Devils & is now playing for the Edmonton Oilers.
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|1996-97||60||6||52||2||0||197||402||14||6th in Interior||DNQ|
|1997-98||60||21||37||2||0||220||329||44||6th in Interior||DNQ|
|1998-99||60||23||36||0||1||222||342||47||5th in Interior||DNQ|
|1999-00||60||19||36||0||5||203||277||43||5th in Interior||DNQ|
|2000-01||60||25||25||0||10||229||244||60||4th in Interior||Lost in Quarter-finals|
|2001-02||60||24||30||0||6||253||307||54||5th in Interior||Lost in Preliminary|
|2002-03||60||23||30||2||5||232||270||53||5th in Interior||Lost in Preliminary|
|2003-04||60||10||45||1||4||143||287||25||8th in Interior||DNQ|
|2004-05||60||21||29||2||8||177||256||52||8th in Interior||DNQ|
|2005-06||60||8||41||2||9||142||278||27||8th in Interior||DNQ|
|2006-07||60||8||47||0||5||149||305||21||9th in Interior||DNQ|
|2007-08||60||19||36||0||5||175||254||43||7th in Interior||DNQ|
|2008-09||60||16||40||0||4||160||268||36||7th in Interior||DNQ|
|British Columbia Hockey League|
|Interior Conference||Cranbrook Bucks • Merritt Centennials • Penticton Vees • Prince George Spruce Kings • Salmon Arm Silverbacks • Trail Smoke Eaters • Vernon Vipers • Wenatchee Wild • West Kelowna Warriors|
|Coastal Conference||Alberni Valley Bulldogs • Chilliwack Chiefs • Coquitlam Express • Cowichan Valley Capitals • Langley Rivermen • Nanaimo Clippers • Powell River Kings • Surrey Eagles • Victoria Grizzlies|
|Defunct Teams||Abbotsford Falcons · Abbotsford Flyers · Bellingham Blazers · Chilliwack Eagles · Coquitlam Comets · Delta Suns · Kelowna Buckaroos · Kelowna Spartans · Langley Thunder · Maple Ridge Bruins · Nor'Wes Caps · Royal City Outlaws · Quesnel Millionaires · Salmon Arm Tigers · Shuswap Blazers · Vancouver Villas · Williams Lake TimberWolves|
|CJHL: Mowat Cup · Abbott Cup · Doyle Cup · Centennial Cup · Western Canada Cup · List of BCHL Seasons|
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