Remparts' Duclair hoping to represent Canada in front of hometown crowd
Photo: Quebec Remparts forward and New York Rangers prospect Anthony Duclair scored 50 goals and added 49 assists for the Remparts in the 2013-14 season (courtesy of Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)
It isn’t often that a player competing at the U20 World Junior Championship gets the chance to play those games in his hometown, but Quebec Remparts forward Anthony Duclair just might get that opportunity when the 2015 edition of that tournament begins in late December.
Duclair, a Montreal native, took part in Hockey Canada’s Summer Development Camp that was held primarily in his hometown earlier this month. The camp is a first step in helping Team Canada’s coaching staff decide which players will ultimately be a part of that country’s World Junior squad come December 26th, although the final decisions won’t be made until the Selection Camp in early December.… read more
Not saying Duclair is on Drouin's level but Duclair was chosen over Drouin for playoffs MVP in Midget AAA. After an excellent rookie season in the Q, he had a down year in the worst moment in his Draft year. Bad injury and attitude concerns made him fall to 3rd round.
He definitely is one of the most talented 1995 in the world.