Businessman Jocelyn Morrissette, who was part of the group of brothers who owned the Laval Titan, died at the age of 76 last weekend.
According to the RDS website, the former leader died of cancer.
Jocelyn Morrissette was the oldest of the family. He and his six brothers Jean-Claude, Léo-Guy, Régis, Georges, Carol and Pierre were at the head of their team which reaped success during the 1990s: first in Laval, then under the colors of the Predators. de Granby, who in 1996 became the first team of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League to win the Memorial Cup in a quarter of a century.
At the end of the 1997-1998 campaign, the Morrissettes sold their dealership which ended up in Cape Breton to become the Screaming Eagles.