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P.E.I. Rocket
PEI Rocket.svg
City Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
League Quebec Major Junior Hockey League
Conference Eastern
Division Atlantic
Founded 2003 (2003)–04
Home arena Charlottetown Civic Centre
Colours Red, white, blue and silver
                   
General manager Canada Kent Hudson
Head coach Canada Eric Lavigne

Website
www.peirocket.com
Franchise history
[1999–00 QMJHL season Montreal Rocket
2003–present P.E.I. Rocket

The P.E.I. Rocket are a junior ice hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. The franchise was granted in 1999, however the Rocket were originally located in Montreal, Quebec and called the Montreal Rocket. In 2003 they were relocated to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. They are named after the legendary Maurice Richard (known as the Rocket) of the Montreal Canadiens, and their team crest depicts his number, 9. The Rocket play at the Charlottetown Civic Centre. NHL alumni of the team include Maxim Lapierre, Ryane Clowe, and Pascal Leclaire.

Contents

Yearly results

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Regular season

Legend: OTL = Overtime loss, SL = Shootout loss

Season Games Won Lost Tied OTL SL Points Pct % Goals
For
Goals
Against
Standing
2003–04 70 40 19 5 6 - 91 0.607 251 189 3rd Atlantic
2004–05 70 24 39 7 0 - 55 0.393 198 260 4th Atlantic
2005–06 70 25 38 - 4 3 57 0.373 221 304 7th East
2006–07 70 36 28 - 2 6 80 0.514 278 250 4th East
2007–08 70 30 36 - 2 2 64 0.425 243 287 7th East
2008–09 68 26 32 - 5 5 62 0.382 229 243 6th Atlantic
2009-10 68 35 25 - 2 6 78 0.515 215 224 4th Atlantic

Playoffs

  • 2003–04 - Defeated Québec Remparts 4 games to 1 in first round.
    Lost to Moncton Wildcats 4 games to 2 in quarter-finals.
  • 2004–05 - Out of Playoffs.
  • 2005–06 - Lost to Acadie-Bathurst Titan 4 games to 2 in first round.
  • 2006–07 - Lost to Acadie-Bathurst Titan 4 games to 3 in first round.
  • 2007–08 - Lost to Saint John Sea Dogs 4 games to 0 in the first round.
  • 2008–09 - Lost to Moncton Wildcats 4 games to 1 in the first round.

Team records

Team records for a single season
Statistic Total Season
Most points 91 2003-04
Most wins 40 2003-04
Most goals for 278 2006-07
Least goals for 198 2004–05
Least goals against 189 2003–04
Most goals against 304 2005-06
Individual player records for a single season
Statistic Player Total Season
Most goals David Laliberte 50 2006–07
Most assists Slava Trukhno 68 2005–06
Most points David Laliberte 98 2006–07
Most Points, rookie Slava Trukhno 59 2004–05
Most points, defenceman Marc-Andre Gragnani 71 2005–06
Most Penelty Minutes Hugo Lehoux 300 2001-02
Best GAA (goalie) Ryan Mior 2.49 2003–04
Goalies = minimum 1500 minutes played



Team Records for a single game
Statistic Total Score
Most goals for (In a game) 12 SNB 2 @ PEI 12
Most goals against (In a game) 13 PEI 4 @ MON 13
Most points (player) 7 Joel Champagne
Most goals (Player) 4 Five Players (MTL/PEI)
Most assists 6 two times


Team captains

  • 1999-00 Edo Terglav 42 Games/Francis Emery 15 Games/Yann Joseph 9 Games
  • 2000-01 Edo Terglav 70 Games/Michael Lambert 1 Game/Jordan Trew 1 Game/Jean-Michel Boisvert 1 Game
  • 2001-02 Marc Villeneuve
  • 2002-03 Pierre-Andre Bureau
  • 2003-04 Pierre-Andre Bureau
  • 2004-05 Maxim Lapierre
  • 2005-06 David Laliberte
  • 2006-07 David Laliberte 67 Games/Marc-Andre Gragnani 1 Game
  • 2007-08 Pierre-Luc Lessard 37 Games/Bryan Main 21 Games/Geoff Walker 8 Games/Matthew Lachaine 5 Games
  • 2008-09 Matthew Lachaine 27 Games/Maxime Provencher 25 Games/ Joel Champange 16 games
  • 2009-10 Jean-Philippe Mathieu

Team Goalies (in order of earliest game played that year)

  • 2003-04 Jonathan Boutin, Ryan Mior
  • 2004-05 Jonathan Boutin, Ryan Mior
  • 2005-06 Ryan Mior, Antoine Lafleur
  • 2006-07 Antoine Lafleur, Ryan Mior
  • 2007-08 Antoine Lafleur, Evan Mosher, Marc-Antoine Gelinas
  • 2008-09 Bobby Nadeau, Evan Mosher
  • 2009-10 Evan Mosher, Francois Levesque, Marco Cousineau, Wendell Vye

Retired numbers

  • 22 Pierre-Andre Bureau P.E.I. Rocket 2000-05
  • 9 Maurice Richard Montreal Rocket

NHL alumni

Ryan Clowe

Maxim Lapierre

Pascal Leclaire

Marc-Andre Gragnani

See also

External links



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