QMJHL Weekly

Critchlow, Jurco and Wall Aare Three stars of the Week

Lewiston forward Cameron Chritchlow, Saint John winger Tomas Jurco, and Quebec defenseman Alex Wall are the Telus first, second, and third stars of the week for the week ending September 12th.

Critchlow had three goals, one assist, and was the game’s first star in Lewiston’s 4-1 win over Rimouski on Friday and followed that up with two assists and the second star of the game award in the 3-2 loss to the Oceanic on Saturday. He finished a +5 for the week.

Jurco had two goals in Saint John’s 6-4 win over PEI on Friday and the hat trick in Saturday’s 7-2 demolishing of Cape Breton. His five goals came on seven shots. He was the third star on Friday and the first on Saturday.

Wall scored twice, lent a helping hand on two more, and was the third star of the game in Quebec’s 4-0 shutout of Rouyn-Noranda on Friday and added another goal in the Remparts’ 3-2 loss to Val-d’Or on Saturday.

Ninety-One QMJHLers To Take Part In NHL Training Camps

Beginning on Saturday, September 11th 91 QMJHL players will be leaving their junior teams to take part in NHL training camps.


Jérémie Blain – Edmonton
Olivier Bellavance-Roy – Edmonton
Zach O’Brien – San Jose
David Gilbert – Chicago
Jonathan Lessard – Tampa Bay


Morgan Ellis – Montreal
Luke Adam – Buffalo
Asthon Bernard – New Jersey
Mathieu Brodeur – Phoneix
Jacob Lagacé – Buffalo


Éric Gélinas – New Jersey


Jonathan Brunelle – Montreal
Marc-Olivier Vachon – Tampa Bay
Jake Allen – St-Louis
Gabriel Dumont – Montréal


Mitchell Porowski – St-Louis
Adam Janoski – Tampa Bay
Maxime Clermont – New Jersey
Hubert Labrie – Dallas
Nicolas Deslauriers – Los Angeles
Tye McGinn – Philadelphia
Samuel Morneau – Caroline


Mathieu Corbeil – Columbus
Sawyer Hannay – Vancouver
Peter Delmas – Montreal
Konrad Abeltshauser – San Jose


Adam Polasek – Vancouver
Philippe Paradis – Chicago
Andrej Nestrasil – Detroit
Matthews Hobbs – Ottawa
Jordon Southorn – Buffalo


Michael Chaput – Philadelphia
Matthew Bissonnette – Philadelphia
Sam Carrier – Washington
Pierre-Olivier Morin – Edmonton
Samuel Finn – San Jose
Nicolas Champion – Montreal


Mark Barberio – Tampa Bay
Gabriel Bourque – Nashville
Nicolas Deschamps – Anaheim
Brandon Gormley – Phoenix
Tyler Howe – Phoenix
Kirill Kabanov – New York Islanders
David Savard – Columbus
Ted Stephens – Columbus
Marek Hrivik – Columbus
Kelsey Tessier – New York Rangers
Shane Owen – New Jersey


Jean-Francois Bérubé – Los Angeles
Charles-Olivier Roussel – Nashville
Louis Leblanc – Montreal
Louis-Marc Aubry – Detroit
Philippe Lefebvre – Montreal
Trevor Parkes – Detroit
Charles Landry – Tampa Bay


Ryan Bourque – New York Rangers
Mirko Hoefflin – Chicago
Louis Boileau-Domingue – Phoenix
Danick Paquette – Atlanta


Gleason Fournier – Détroit
Étienne Boutet – Dallas
Jérôme Gauthier-Leduc – Buffalo
Jacob Culek – Ottawa
Félix Lefrancois – Washington
Peter Straka – Colorado
Alex Émond – Minnesota
Alex Belzile – Dallas
Alexandre Malette – St-Louis


Jean-Sébastien Bérubé – New Jersey
Steven Délisle – Columbus
Jordan Caron – Boston
Patrice Cormier – Atlanta
Philippe Cornet – Edmonton


Simon Després – Pittsburgh
Stanislav Galiev – Washington
Steven Anthony – Vancouver
Stephen MacAulay – St-Louis
Mike Thomas – Edmonton
Yan Sauvé – Vancouver


David Labrecque – Philadelphia
Michael Bournival – Nashville
Daminik Schlumpf – Edmonton


Cédrick Henley – Buffalo
Jonatan Hazen – Dallas
Maxime Sauvé – Boston
Marco Scandella – Minnesota


Yannick Dubé – Florida
Brandon Hynes – Tampa Bay
Samuel Groulx – Los Angeles
Kevin Poulin – New York Islanders
Joel Chouinard – Colorado

2010-11 Season Gets Underway

The 42nd season got underway Thursday night with one game as Radovan Pulis scored the only goal in the shootout as the Acadie-Bathurst Titan spoiled the Moncton Wildcats banner raising ceremony to celebrate their 2009-10 President’s Cup Championship with a 2-1 win at the Moncton Coliseum.

On Friday Brad Cuzner socred the game winner 13:04 into the second as Cape Breton edged Halifax 3-2; Ryan Tesink scored twice and assisted on one more as Saint John skated to a 6-4 win over PEI; Cameron Critchlow had the hat trick in Lewiston’s 4-1 win over Rimouski; Raphaël Pouliot game winner 7:44 into the second gave Shawinigan a 5-4 win over Montreal; Alexandre Lavoie had two goals as Chicoutimi beat Baie-Comeau 4-1; Sean Couturier, Alexandre Comtois, and Ondrej Palat all scored in the shootout as Drummondville nipped Gatineau 2-1; Quebec shutout Rouyn-Noranda 4-0 as Alex Wall led the way with a goal and two assists; and Vincent Marcoux scored the game winner at the 5:04 mark of the third to give Victoriaville a 4-3 win over Val-d’Or.

Sebasatien Trudeau had a goal and assist Acadie-Bathurst skated into Halifax and came away with a 5-3 win; Tomas Jurco had the hat trick as Saint John welcomed Cape Breton with a 7-2 route; Rimouski skated into Lewiston and came away with a 3-2 win thanks to goals from Charles-Antoine Roy, Liam O’Brien, and P.A. Ouellet; Val-d”or welcomed Quebec with a 3-2 win on Alexandre Touchette’s and Olivier Archambault’’s shootout goals; and Victoriaville doubled hometown Rouyn-Noranda 6-3 thanks to Guillaume Goulet’s hat trick on Saturday.

The weekend finished with four games on Sunday as Jordan Escott had two goals as PEI skated into Moncton and came away with a 5-2 win; Jeremie Gouchie scored the game winner 15:42 into the third as Montreal edged Gatineau 7-6; Raphael Bussiers scored twice in Baie-Comeau’s 3-1 win over Shawinigan; and Sean Couturier found the back of the net twice to lead Drummondville past Chicoutimi 5-2.

The Leaders

Critchlow leads all scorers with three goals and three assist; while Saint John’s Jonathan Huberdeau is second with two goals and four assists; and Jurco has five goals.

Based on goals against average Gatineau’s Maxime Clermont is 1-0 with a 0.92 GAA, and .968 SAV%; to lead all goalies; while Moncton’s Shane Owen (1-0, 0.92 GAA, .974 SAV%) is second and Quebec’s Jimmy Appleby is 2-1 with a goals against average of 0.96 and .949 SAV% to finish third.

Victoriaville, Drummondville and Saint John are all at 2-0-0 to lead the Telus East, Telus West and Maritimes Division respectively.

The Games To Come

Action resumes again on Friday with eight games as PEI hosts Moncton; Halifax makes their way to Acadie-Bathurst; Quebec welcomes Lewiston; Drummondville is in Victoriaville; Baie-Comeau faces Chicoutimi in Chicoutimi; Gatineau is at home to Rouyn-Noranda; Montreal travels to Rimouski; and Shawinigan hosts Val-d’Or.

Five contests will take place on Saturday as Lewiston makes another Quebec stop in Chicoutimi; Gatineau hosts Val-d’Or; Rouyn-Noranda is in Shawinigan; Halifax travels the Trans Canada Highway to saint John; and Cape Breton is in Quebec.

Five more games completes the weekend action on Sunday as Moncton and Acadie-Bathurst face off in the Battle of New Brunswick in Bathurst; Drummondville is at home to Montreal and Baie-Comeau is in Victoriaville in a couple of Battles of Quebec; Rimouski hosts Cape Breton; and PEI hosts Saint John in an early Atlantic Division contest.


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