Quebec Remparts

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Quebec Remparts
CityQuebec City, Quebec
LeagueQuebec Major Junior Hockey League
ConferenceTELUS
DivisionEast
Founded1969 (1969)
1997 (1997)
Home arenaColisée Pepsi
ColoursRed, beige and black
              
General managerCanada Patrick Roy
Head coachCanada Patrick Roy
Websitewww.remparts.qc.ca

The Quebec Remparts are a Canadian ice hockey team. The original team started playing in 1969 and ceased operations in 1996. The team was revived and started playing again in 1997. The team currently plays in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. They play their home games in Quebec City, Quebec at the Colisée Pepsi.

The original team was started in 1969. During the original teams run they won 5 President's Cups. Guy Lafleur also played for the original team. The team then moved to Longueuil and became the Longueuil Collège Français. They played three seasons as in Longueuil and then moved to the Verdun borough of Montreal and became the Verdun Collège Français. The team ceased operations in 1994 and were revived in 1997.

The team won the Memorial Cup when they defeated the Moncton Wildcats 6-2 in the finals.

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