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Matthew Grouchy

Matthew Grouchy, which I can only assume his nickname was "The Grouch" at some point in his life, is currently playing for the Quebec Remparts.  At 19 years of age, he's been passed over once at the NHL Entry Draft and is likely hoping to have more teams express interest in him in the upcoming... Continue Reading →

Shawn Boudrias

Shawn Boudrias currently plays for the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles out of the QMJHL.  During his QMJHL Entry Draft, he was selected in the 1st round, which included talents such as Maxime Comtois and Shane Bowers.  For the Charlottetown Islanders, they had the 13th overall pick.  He was recently drafted by the Minnesota Wild at... Continue Reading →

Anderson MacDonald

Anderson MacDonald was a fairly high pick in the QMJHL Entry Draft, going 10th overall.  A few other notable players have come out of that draft, specifically Jared McIsaac, Olivier Rodrigue and Noah Dobson, all whom I've gotten returns from in the past.  Anderson was originally drafted by the Sherbrooke Pheonix but traded a year... Continue Reading →

Yaroslav Alexeyev

Yaroslav Alexeyev might be a little known Russian prospect currently playing for the Baie-Comeau Drakkar in the QMJHL.  Of course, those in the Q may already know him well but outside of those who are fans of the team, I'm guessing it's not likely.  Obviously, it's hard to know every single player in the league, especially... Continue Reading →

Arnaud Durandeau

Halifax Mooseheads are lucky to have a player like Arnaud Durandeau, as he's about to set himself in a career year in goals, assists and points.  About a third of the way through the season, he's ranked fourth on the team in scoring and is seven goals way from his career high.  This should turn... Continue Reading →

Vladislav Kotkov

Vladislav Kotkov is a signed San Jose Sharks prospect, currently playing in the QMJHL with the Chicoutimi Saguenéens.  When you watch him (live or highlights), you'll notice he's a head above many of his teammates.  Standing at 6'4, he's the second tallest and currently the heaviest on his team.  That's not all he's currently leading the... Continue Reading →

David Noel

From one captain in the WHL to another in the QMJHL, David Noel is the featured player in today's post.  David, as mentioned previously, is the current captain of Val-d'Or in his third season in the CHL.  He was originally drafted by the Chicoutimi Saguenéensin the second round of the QMJHL Entry Draft.  That draft saw... Continue Reading →

Noah Dobson

Noah Dobson was one of a few highly touted NHL prospects heading into the 2018 NHL Entry Draft.  From what I recall, most had him Top 10 so when he fell to the New York Islanders, it was a steal for him to be nabbed at the 12th spot.  Of course, the Islanders had two... Continue Reading →

Olivier Rodrigue

Olivier Rodrigue is an unsigned, Edmonton Oilers prospect currently playing in the CHL for the Drummondville Voltigeurs.  He was drafted this past NHL Entry Draft, going last in the 2nd round at #62.  I'm hoping Olivier will become a solid goaltender for the Oilers as they're going to need more of their prospects to develop into... Continue Reading →

Kyle Jessiman

It's been a while since I've showcased a non-NHL goaltender!  Kyle Jessiman is currently a member of the Baie-Comeau Drakkar having been recently traded during the offseason.  He played two solid seasons for the Screaming Eagles where he played roughly 40 games a season. At this point in his career, I don't believe he's been... Continue Reading →

Samuel Asselin

It's been quite a ride for Samuel Asselin in the CHL.  A draft pick by the Cataractes in the 5th round, he's currently representing his third team in his 4th year in the league.  Obviously he started his career with the Shawinigan Cataractes, eventually earning the captaincy for the team in his third year.  He unfortunately... Continue Reading →

Felix Bibeau

Drafted in the 2015 QMJHL Entry Draft, Felix Bibeau has lived up well to his draft position.  I do find that with junior hockey, it's always hard to predict where players may end up at the end of their careers but in this case, Felix is spot on.  He was selected 27th overall but currently... Continue Reading →

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