The Rosemount Bombers were a junior team in the Montreal, Quebec neighbourhood of Rosemount. They played from 1960 to 1969 in the Metropolitan Montreal Junior League, with the exception of 1965-66, when they dropped out of the Metro league and played in the Montreal Jr.B league. They returned to the Metropolitain Jr.A league in June 1966.
They won the league title in 1962-63 and then lost the 1963 provincial junior final.
The Bombers joined other Metropolitan Jr.A teams in creating the Quebec Junior Leauge in 1969, changing their name to the Rosemount National.
Their most prominent alum was Bernie Parent.
Season-by-Season Records[edit | edit source]
|1960-61||42||10||22||10||30||156||199||7th||out of playoffs|
|1961-62||42||18||22||2||38||146||166||5th||Lost Quarter Final|
|1962-63||42||25||15||2||52||181||135||2nd||Won Final, Lost Quebec Final|
|1963-64||44||32||8||4||68||217||146||1st East||Lost Final|
|1965-66||Played in Montreal Jr.B|