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And then there was one

The newly-renamed Pontiac Senior Comets got an upgrade to their dressing room. The supplies for the refurbishment were donated by Cour à Bois Home Hardware in Fort Coulonge.

CHRIS LOWREY
FORT COULONGE July 10, 2018
There will only be one team representing the Pontiac when the Outaouais Senior A Hockey League (OSAHL) inaugural season gets underway this fall.
The Shawville Senior Pontiacs will now be based out of Gatineau, assuming the name Central Gatineau Voyageurs.
League organizer Nik St-Laurent said that a lack of interest and volunteers in Shawville meant that having a team this year wasn’t viable, but he didn’t rule out the town having a franchise for next year.
With the loss of one of the two teams in the area, the Fort Coulonge Comets have changed their name to the Pontiac Senior Comets.

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