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The '''Thetford Mines Fleur-de-Lys''' were a [[Junior "A"]] team in [[Thetford Mines]], [[Quebec]]. They played in the [[Quebec Junior A Hockey League]] from 1972 until they folded in 1981. Mark Levasseur of Worcester, Ma. was their Leading Scorer with 51 G and 52 A
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The '''Thetford Mines Fleur-de-Lys''' were a [[Junior "A"]] team in [[Thetford Mines]], [[Quebec]]. They played in the [[Quebec Junior A Hockey League]] from 1972 until they folded in 1981. Mark Levasseur of Worcester, Ma. was their Leading Scorer with 51 G and 52 A. Mark went on to play in the " ACHL " Atlantic Coast hockey League.
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[[File:Mark Levasseur Hockey Player.png|thumb|245x245px]]
 
 
They won the league championship in 1978 & 1979.
 
They won the league championship in 1978 & 1979.
   

Latest revision as of 01:06, 6 April 2017

The Thetford Mines Fleur-de-Lys were a Junior "A" team in Thetford Mines, Quebec. They played in the Quebec Junior A Hockey League from 1972 until they folded in 1981. Mark Levasseur of Worcester, Ma. was their Leading Scorer with 51 G and 52 A. Mark went on to play in the " ACHL " Atlantic Coast hockey League.

Mark Levasseur Hockey Player.png

They won the league championship in 1978 & 1979.

In the 1978 Hewitt-Dudley Memorial Trophy playoffs they lost the quarter final.

In the 1979 Dudley Hewitt Cup playoffs they lost the semi final.

Season-by-Season Records[edit | edit source]

Quebec Junior A Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing Playoffs
1972-73 50 21 21 8 50 248 237 4th East -
1973-74 50 18 21 11 47 197 191 4th East -
1974-75 56 25 24 7 57 303 268 3rd Lost Semi Final
1975-76 64 43 19 2 88 445 294 2nd -
1976-77 60 22 34 4 48 283 336 5th -
1977-78 - - - - - - - - Won Final
1978-79 59 36 17 6 78 335 240 1st Won Final
1979-80 41 18 18 5 41 199 222 2nd -
1980-81 46 17 24 5 39 261 299 - -


Notes:

  • 1. Many playoff results missing.
  • 2. 1977-78 final standings unavailable.
  • 3. The team folded in the middle of the 1980-81 season.

Alumni[edit | edit source]

Only one player, Gilles Hamel went on to play in the NHL. Mark Levasseur, Worcester, Ma. USA

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