After the Memorial Cup, Mtl. sports radio had a lively debate about the greatest Jr. team of all time. McGuire called London the greatest he'd seen, whereas many took great exception to his choice. I've not seen a better team than the 68-69 Jr.Canadiens. If I knew how, I'd link their roster from the hockey db. In a 54 game schedule, they achieved 67-68--81 points, 68-69---80 points, and followed up with virtually an identical record in 69-70, and their 2nd consecutive Memorial Cup. 10 players went on to have NHL careers while 4 others had a either a 'cup of coffee' in the league or WHA. While they only beat Ste.Catherines by 6 points, I believe the league was stronger in the those days. Players stayed until the age of 20, and elite players weren't going the US college route very often. London had a wonderful season, but I just don't see any other powerhouses out there for them to be measured against. The JR. Habs 1st line had Rejean Houle,Gilbert Perreault and Bobby Guindon. Rick Martin was a 10th forward/pp specialist. Moose Dupont and Jocelyn Guevrmont led the defence,though I thought Serge Lajeunesse was the best of them. [Thus endeth my scouting career]. I admit to a lot of biase as my Friday evening as a 13 year old involved begging one of our fathers to rush us to the Longueuil Metro, getting to the Forum,paying .75, and racing up the stairs to get a valued seat on the rail in the upper blues, thus giving us the boards to bang on incessantly. I know, there have been some great teams out of the west, the 73 Marlies were a great team. Who else is out there ?