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Paulin was one of three brothers playing professional hockey in the 1970s with J.P. Bordeleau playing for the Chicago Black Hawks and Christian Bordeleau starring for the Quebec Nordiques of the WHA.
Jean-Pierre Bordeleau (born June 13, 1949 in Noranda, Quebec) is a former professional ice hockey player who played 519 NHL games, all for the Chicago Black Hawks, the team which drafted him in the first round of the 1969 NHL Amateur Draft. Bordeleau's brothers Christian Bordeleau and Paulin Bordeleau also played in the National Hockey League.
Bordeleau served as Mayor of Champlain from 1917 to 1922.
Chicago: "goaltenders" - Tony Esposito and Gary Smith; "skaters" - Christian Bordeleau, J. P. Bordeleau, Bobby Hull, Dennis Hull, Doug Jarrett, Jerry Korab, Cliff Koroll, Darryl Maggs, Keith Magnuson, Chico Maki, Pit Martin, Stan Mikita, Jim Pappin, Pat Stapleton and Bill White.
Sébastien Ives Bordeleau (born February 15, 1975) is a Canadian-born French retired professional ice hockey forward, who played in the National Hockey League. His father is also a retired NHL player Paulin Bordeleau.
Paulin Joseph Bordeleau (born January 29, 1953) is a retired Canadian and French ice hockey forward.
The Chief of Police Charles Bordeleau, formerly Deputy Chief of Operations.
In the 2014–15 season, Bordeleau's streak of 102 games played with Colorado would come to a halt after it was revealed Bordeleau received off-season back surgery and was expected to miss the opening three months of the campaign. After missing the first 31 games of the season, Bordeleau was activated and made his season debut against the Buffalo Sabres on December 20, 2014. During the contest Bordeleau suffered a fractured kneecap which ruled him out from the remainder of the season.
Sebastien Bordeleau was the leading scorer of the playoffs with 32 points (13 goals, 19 assists).
His son Sébastien Bordeleau briefly played in the NHL with his most noteworthy stint being with the Nashville Predators.
On January 15, 2007, Bordeleau announced that he would not solicit a fifth mandate as MNA for Acadie.
Bordeleau was born on September 4, 1868 in Saint-Stanislas, Mauricie. He practiced medicine in Sainte-Thècle.
Charles Bordeleau is the current Chief of Police of the Ottawa Police Service. He was sworn in March 5, 2012.
École Emilie Bordeleau, who inspired the novels of Arlette Cousture "Les Filles de Caleb", is located in Saint-Tite.
The name comes from the Bordeleau family that was present in the vicinity of the bridge during construction.
In the 2009–10 season, Bordeleau signed an AHL contract to return to Lake Erie, and alongside fellow enforcer Josh Aspinland, Bordeleau carried the duties with his notable size as the Monsters enforcer. He played a professional high 60 games and recorded 106 penalty minutes to mark his first professional season in which he remained with the one team.
During his first three pro seasons he played intermittently with Montreal, splitting his time with the AHL's Fredericton Canadiens. In the summer of 1998, Bordeleau was traded to the expansion Nashville Predators. He scored 16 goals and 40 points for the competitive first year club and was one of its top penalty killers. Bordeleau continued in the same role the next season, but saw less playing time in 2000–01. In the latter stages of the 2000–01 season, Bordeleau was claimed on waivers by the St. Louis Blues, yet saw only limited action with the club's AHL affiliate in Worcester before being claimed in the 2001 Waiver Draft by the Minnesota Wild.
Upon re-signing with the Monsters prior to the 2010–11 season, Patrick was invited on a try-out to the Monsters National Hockey League affiliate, the Colorado Avalanche, training camp on September 15, 2010. Bordeleau continued with the Avalanche throughout the pre-season and impressed to score a goal against the Dallas Stars in a 2-1 defeat on September 24, 2010. With an injury to Avalanche enforcer, David Koci, Bordeleau remained until he was among the final cuts for Colorado's opening night roster and returned to Lake Erie on October 3, 2010. Bordeleau remained with the Monsters for the duration of the season, and recorded career high 12 points in 72 games. On January 20, 2011, Bordeleau broke Lake Erie's franchise record for most penalty minutes which was previously 213 set by Mitch Love in 2007–08.
After competing for seven years in North America, Bordeleau made his debut for SC Bern in the Swiss National League in 2002–03.
Bordeleau represented France at the 2004 World Championships in Prague, Czech Republic, and at the 2008 World Championships in Quebec City, Canada.