Beauport Harfangs

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Beauport Harfangs
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City Beauport, Quebec
League QMJHL
Operated 1990 (1990) to 1997
Home arena Aréna Marcel Bédard
Franchise history
1990–97 Beauport Harfangs
1997–present Quebec Remparts

The Beauport Harfangs (Snow Owls) were a junior ice hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) from 1990 to 1997. The team played its home games at the Aréna Marcel Bédard in the Quebec City suburb of Beauport. The team's first coach was Alain Chainey, who had previously been an assistant coach with the National Hockey League (NHL)'s Quebec Nordiques. The Harfangs played for seven seasons before relocating to Quebec City in 1997 to become the second incarnation of the Quebec Remparts.

Coaches

Jos Canale coached the Harfangs for two and a half seasons from 1993 to 1995. Alain Vigneault, who coached the Harfangs in the team's final two seasons, guided them to the QMJHL finals in 1995-96. Vigneault has since gone on to serve as a head coach in the NHL. Jocelyn "Joe" Hardy, who coached the Harfangs during part of the 1992–93 season, also played briefly in the NHL, and was a local sportsman.

NHL alumni

Nineteen players graduated to play in the NHL.

External links

  • Season-by-season results
  • All-time roster
  • List of NHL alumni
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