The Blainville-Boisbriand Armada is a junior ice hockey team of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. The team is based in Boisbriand, Quebec, Canada, and plays its home games at the Centre d'Excellence Sports Rousseau.
Armada de Blainville-Boisbriand
|League||Quebec Major Junior Hockey League|
|Home arena||Centre d'Excellence Sports Rousseau|
|Colours||Black and white|
|General manager||Pierre Cloutier|
|Head coach||Bruce Richardson|
|2005–2008||St. John's Fog Devils|
The Armada started as the St. John's Fog Devils when Newfoundland was granted an expansion franchise. The team was sold to a group intending to move it to Montreal for the 2008–09 season where it became the Montreal Junior Hockey Club. In June 2011, the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League approved the sale of the Juniors to a group led by former NHL defenceman Joël Bouchard, who moved the team to Boisbriand, Quebec, for the 2011–12 season. On July 12, 2011, the team unveiled its new name, logo and colours.
In 2018, head coach and general manager Joël Bouchard was hired by the Montreal Canadiens to coach their minor league affiliate in the American Hockey League, the Laval Rocket for the 2018–19 season.
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes, TG = Playoff series decided on total goals
|2011–12||68||40||22||4||2||86||258||219||1st, Telus West||Won First Round, 4–0 vs. Gatineau|
Lost Second Round, 3–4 to Rimouski
|2012–13||68||41||19||2||6||90||272||182||1st, Telus West||Won First Round, 4–1 vs. Acadie-Bathurst|
Won Second Round, 4–0 vs. Val-d'Or
Lost Semi-Finals, 2–4 vs. Baie-Comeau
|2013–14||68||41||17||5||5||92||243||196||2nd, Telus West||Won First Round, 4–2 vs. Moncton |
Won second Round, 4–3 vs. Rimouski
Lost Semi-Finals, 3–4 vs. Baie-Comeau
|2014–15||68||41||18||7||2||91||244||185||1st, West||Lost First Round, 2–4 vs. Gatineau|
|2015–16||68||26||32||8||2||60||171||201||4th, West||Won First Round, 4–2 vs. Val d'Or|
Lost Second Round, 1–4 vs. Rouyn-Noranda
|2016–17||68||43||19||4||2||92||224||171||2nd, West||Won First Round, 4–0 vs. Drummondville|
Won Second Round, 4–3 vs. Acadie–Bathurst
Won Semi-Finals, 4–1 vs. Charlottetown
Lost Finals 0–4 vs. Saint John
|2017–18||68||50||11||4||3||107||276||184||1st, West||Won First Round, 4–0 vs. Val-d'Or|
Won Second Round, 4–1 vs. Moncton
Won Semi-Finals, 4–3 vs. Charlottetown
Lost Finals, 2–4 vs. Acadie–Bathurst
|2018–19||68||26||40||2||0||54||196||270||6th, West||Lost First Round, 1–4 vs. Sherbrooke|
|2019–20||63||32||27||2||2||68||212||219||1st, West||Postseason cancelled due to Covid 19 pandemic|
|2020–21||32||18||10||4||0||40||133||118||2nd, West||Won First Round, 3–1 vs. Gatineau|
Lost Quarter-Finals, 2–3 vs. Victoriaville
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