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Another Orange Win

Team Orange beat Team Navy 8-5 in the final game of the Intersquad series. Stefan Matteau led the way for the Orange team, with 3 goals, one an empty netter, and an assist. Other goalscorers were Blake Millman, Ryan Kelly, Jason Cameron, Connor Light, and Calle Andersson. Nathan Mackinnon (2), Vimal Sukumaran, Ludovic Kabambi, and Steve Lebel replied for Navy. "Another win for the Orange boys, it feels great." Stefan Matteau told the local news. Fans were treated to 3 fights, where 20 year old Vincent Arseneau got beaten by 16 year old Alex Gallant, and Justin Dickinson beat both Zach Beaton and Jimmy Paradis. Team Orange goalie Philippe Gingras could only play the last two periods, due to an equipment malfunction, but stopped 7 of 10 shots, and Team Navy's Chase Gaudet let 7 by him, stopping 19. "We see a lot of good things," said assistant coach Doug Shepherd. "Some guys clearly aren't ready for the league, while we're going to have some tough decisions to make on the other hand. Cuts are to be made tomorrow after practice."

-August 18th, 2012

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11 players sent packing, and a trade

Forwards Ryan Labrie, Liam Alcalde, Connor Donaghey
Jarred Toole, Brandon Belding, and defensemen Jean-Philippe Provencher, and Michael White, as well as goaltender Chase Gaudet have all been sent home. Labrie returns to Vaudreuil-Dorion (Jr. AAA), Alcalde to Lac St. Louis (Midget), Donaghey to Yarmouth (Jr. A), Toole to CIH Prep (Midget), Belding to Nepean (Jr. A), Provencher to Amos (Midget), White to Charlottetown (Midget), and Gaudet to Yarmouth (Jr. A). "It was tough letting some of these guys go," said head coach Forbes MacPherson. "A lot of them have futures in this league, but it just wasn't their year."

The Rocket have also made a trade, sending forward Anthony Beauregard to the Shawinigan Cataractes for 18 year old goaltender Hugo Campeau. "I'm sad to go," says Beauregard. "I liked it here in PEI, but I guess Shawinigan liked me more, so I'll be going there." GM Doug MacLean explains the deal. "We want more of a battle in between the pipes in training camp heading towards the second half of it. Hugo will challenge Curtis, Francis, and Philippe for the two goalies spots that will be available. We'd like to thank Anthony for his time here, and wish him well in Shawinigan."
-August 19th, 2012

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Exhibition Series to be Played

The PEI Rocket have two exhibition series' scheduled. Both are home and home against the Saint John Sea Dogs, and Moncton Wildcats. Game 1 versus the Sea Dogs is at home tonight, in Tignish. Here is the projected line-up:

Kabambi-N. Mackinnon-Kielly
Arseneau-Matteau-Whitlock
Beaton-Cameron-Dickinson
Paradis-Roy-Cusson

Light-Andersson
Neill-R. Mackinnon
RiouxLegault-McDonald

Campeau
Frye

-August 24th, 2012

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Campeau, Mackinnon star against Dogs

Hugo Campeau stopped 19 of 20 shots, and Nathan Mackinnon scored two goals, and had 4 points in an 8-1 win over the Sea Dogs. Tignish Wellness Center was packed to get a first glimpse of the new team, and they didn't disappoint. Scorers were Mackinnon (2), Ryan Mackinnon, Jason Cameron, Zach Beaton, Ludovic Kabambi, Stefan Matteau, and Jimmy Paradis. Assists went to Nathan Mackinnon (2), Matthew Cusson (3), Calle Andersson (2), Guillaume Rioux-Legault (2), and 6 others had one. Not only did the Rocket win on the scoreboard, but they went 3-0 in fights. First, Zach Beaton took down Brett Malone, then it was Zach Whitlock beating on minor hockey buddy Oliver Cooper, and finally Justin Dickinson knocked out Marcus Cuomo. "The chemistry the boys already have is unbelievable. Hopefully we can keep up efforts like this all year long." said Nathan Mackinnon, the games first star. "My god these guys are good!" laughs Forbes MacPherson, "We played tough, hard hockey. The Islander way. We'd like to thank Tignish for a great night, we'll be back next week to take on Moncton."

-August 24th, 2012

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2018 STANLEY CUP FINALS
May 26, 2018

#2 Nashville Predators (48-29-5)
#3 Boston Bruins (45-30-7)

2018 NHL CONFERENCE FINALS
Western Conference
#2 Nashville Predators (48-29-5) defeats #5 Chicago Blackhawks (45-29-8) in 7 games.

Eastern Conference
#3 Boston Bruins (45-30-7) defeats #1 Florida Panthers (48-26-8) in 6 games.

2018 NHL CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
Western Conference
#2 Nashville Predators (48-29-5) defeats #8 Edmonton Oilers (40-36-6) in 5 games.
#5 Chicago Blackhawks (45-29-8) defeats #6 Colorado Avalanche (44-32-6) in 7 games.

Eastern Conference
#1 Florida Panthers (48-26-8) defeats #4 Tampa Bay Lightning (45-26-11) in 5 games.
#3 Boston Bruins (45-30-7) defeats #2 New York Islanders (47-28-7) in 4 games.

2018 NHL CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS
Western Conference
#8 Edmonton Oilers (40-36-6) defeats #1 Calgary Flames (50-27-5) in 6 games.
#2 Nashville Predators (48-29-5) defeats #7 San Jose Sharks (44-34-4) in 7 games.
#6 Colorado Avalanche (44-32-6) defeats #3 Los Angeles Kings (44-31-7) in 6 games.
#5 Chicago Blackhawks (45-29-8) defeats #4 Vancouver Canucks (47-24-11) in 5 games.

Eastern Conference
#1 Florida Panthers (48-26-8) defeats #8 Montreal Canadiens (42-30-10) in 7 games.
#2 New York Islanders (47-28-7) defeats #7 New Jersey Devils (42-28-12) in 6 games.
#3 Boston Bruins (45-30-7) defeats #6 Washington Capitals (44-27-11) in 5 games.
#4 Tampa Bay Lightning (45-26-11) defeats #5 Pittsburgh Penguins (43-26-13) in 6 games.



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BOSTON BRUINS CLAIM SECOND STANLEY CUP IN 8 YEARS
June 5, 2018

The Boston Bruins laid claim to their seventh Stanley Cup last night with a 3-2 win over the Nashville Predators in game 5. Conn Smythe winner Tuukka Rask continued to provide excellent goaltending throughout the series and finished the playoffs with a 13-2 record, 1.64 GAA, and a 94.6% SV% along with 3 shutouts.

Tyler Toffoli, who returned after missing the previous 68 games with a concussion, finished 2nd on the team in scoring despite missing the first 6 games of the playoffs. Toffolli scored 3 goals and added 10 assists for 13 points through 14 playoff games en route to a Stanley Cup victory. Toffoli was acquired by Boston from the Los Angeles Kings in 2014 along with prospect Colin Miller and LA's 2014 first round pick in exchange for Dennis Seidenberg and Aaron Voros.

2018 STANLEY CUP FINALS
#3 Boston Bruins (45-30-7) defeats #2 Nashville Predators (48-29-5) in 5 games.

2018 NHL CONFERENCE FINALS
Western Conference
#2 Nashville Predators (48-29-5) defeats #5 Chicago Blackhawks (45-29-8) in 7 games.

Eastern Conference
#3 Boston Bruins (45-30-7) defeats #1 Florida Panthers (48-26-8) in 6 games.

2018 NHL CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
Western Conference
#2 Nashville Predators (48-29-5) defeats #8 Edmonton Oilers (40-36-6) in 5 games.
#5 Chicago Blackhawks (45-29-8) defeats #6 Colorado Avalanche (44-32-6) in 7 games.

Eastern Conference
#1 Florida Panthers (48-26-8) defeats #4 Tampa Bay Lightning (45-26-11) in 5 games.
#3 Boston Bruins (45-30-7) defeats #2 New York Islanders (47-28-7) in 4 games.

2018 NHL CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS
Western Conference
#8 Edmonton Oilers (40-36-6) defeats #1 Calgary Flames (50-27-5) in 6 games.
#2 Nashville Predators (48-29-5) defeats #7 San Jose Sharks (44-34-4) in 7 games.
#6 Colorado Avalanche (44-32-6) defeats #3 Los Angeles Kings (44-31-7) in 6 games.
#5 Chicago Blackhawks (45-29-8) defeats #4 Vancouver Canucks (47-24-11) in 5 games.

Eastern Conference
#1 Florida Panthers (48-26-8) defeats #8 Montreal Canadiens (42-30-10) in 7 games.
#2 New York Islanders (47-28-7) defeats #7 New Jersey Devils (42-28-12) in 6 games.
#3 Boston Bruins (45-30-7) defeats #6 Washington Capitals (44-27-11) in 5 games.
#4 Tampa Bay Lightning (45-26-11) defeats #5 Pittsburgh Penguins (43-26-13) in 6 games.


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Wow, just found an unreal first overall pick, best I've seen in this game for sure. Drafted him in 2019, his names Anthony Hinote and he's a 6'2" 212lb 19 year old TWF. He came out of the draft an 83 overall with 5 star puck skills, 4 1/2 defense and 3 1/2 - 4 stars for everything else outside of physicality. He's got a 2 1/2 star physical, but he also has an 83 body checking, so that's good I guess.

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BOYLE, MARLEAU RETIRE LEAVING SHARKS DEAD IN THE WATER
June 19, 2018

1 year after captain Joe Thornton decided to hang up the laces, long-time leaders of the Sharks, Dan Boyle and Patrick Marleau, decided to retire from professional hockey, leaving the San Jose Sharks stuck between a rock and a hard place.

Both Boyle and Marleau have impressive resumes despite never leading the Sharks to a Stanley Cup or even a Stanley Cup Finals appearance. Boyle and Marleau were key factors in the 2010 Olympic gold medal victory for Team Canada and Boyle won a Stanley Cup in 2004 with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Marleau was one of a few dozen players to clear the 500-goal plateau in NHL history while Boyle managed to get into the top 30 in career points amongst defensemen.

Pavel Datsyuk retired with a trophy case full of awards, most notably his multiple Frank J. Selke trophies, an award which Datsyuk was famously a finalist for almost every year and a winner several times. Datsyuk was one of the ultimate 2-way players in the game an ability to dominate in a 3 zones and in all situations. Not only was he a jack-of-all-trades, but he was a master of many of them. Datsyuk is expected to sign a 1-day contract with the Red Wings so he can retire a Red Wing.

Henrik Zetterberg, Datsyuk's long-time teammate in Detroit, retired as the captain of the Detroit Red Wings. Unfortunately for Zetterberg, his tenure as captain was filled as much turmoil surrounded the organization as key players retired and the team's management was unable to fill the holes to remain as competitive as they had once been. Despite the team's lack of success, Zetterberg continued to be productive on a personal level and, of course, he was a key cog during Detroit's dominant years through the 2000s, winning a Conn Smythe trophy in 2009. The Red Wings are expected to retire both #13 and #40 at their home opener next season.

Brian Campbell, affectionately known as "Soupy," part of Chicago's Stanley Cup run in 2011 and a key component of the Florida Panthers' dominance over the past several seasons, retires as another one of the premier offensive blueliners the NHL has seen, finishing among the top 50 all-time in points amongst defensemen.

Alex Tanguay also retires with a handful of Stanley Cup rings from his days with the Colorado Avalanche and, more recently, with the Nashville Predators, who lost in the Stanley Cup Finals to the Boston Bruins.

2018 Notable Retirements
Minimum 400 games played
PLAYERGAMESGOALSASSISTSPOINTS
Patrick Marleau15725186211139
Alex Tanguay1290330628958
Dan Boyle1276182511693
Radim Vrbata1166303377680
Brian Campbell1163115504619
Matt Cooke1125170225395
Pavel Datsyuk11203437271070
Henrik Zetterberg1104394574968
Tim Connolly1044217400617
Michael Ryder1032279300579
Nick Schultz103135128163
Jordan Leopold102990221311
Taylor Pyatt1016151162313
Chris Kunitz1007266344610
Patrick Sharp1001334354688
Brooks Orpik93523137160
Johan Franzen867270248518
Kyle Brodziak843124164288
Ryan Malone793221261482
David Clarkson771134100234
Jordin Tootoo75564103167
Douglas Murray721117586
Frans Nielsen714122213335
Greg Campbell6635892150
Marcel Goc6597894172
Paul Gaustad65387138225
Anthony Stewart6297181152
Adam Hall6186779146
Matt Greene578125466
Jerred Smithson563395594
Patrick Eaves5297778155
Kurtis Foster52345130175
Chris Thorburn508425496
David Steckel458374784
Ryan Potulny4424959108
Nikita Nikitin409246589

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RINNE, FLAMES CLEAN UP AT 2018 NHL AWARDS
June 23, 2018

Pekka Rinne took home 3 awards last night; the Vezina trophy as the league's most outstanding goaltender, the Ted Lindsay Award as the league's most outstanding player, and the William M. Jennings trophy for the fewest goals allowed. Along with his second trip to the Stanley Cup Finals in 3 years, it was a heck of a season for the Finnish netminder.

Not to be outdone, Jonathan Toews of the Calgary Flames also took home his fair share of hardware. The captain of the Flames took home the Art Ross trophy as the league's top point producer and the Hart Memorial Trophy as the league's most valuable player. The Flames were also awarded the Presidents' Trophy as the top team in the league during the regular season. Alongside Toews, Sven Baertschi took home the Maurice Richard Trophy as the league's top goal scorer, Andrej Meszaros was awarded the James Norris Trophy as the league's top defenseman, and Myles Doan took home the Calder Trophy as the rookie of the year.

None of the Columbus Blue Jackets were finalists for any awards, due in most part to missing the playoffs. Some would argue that Sergei Bobrovsky should have been a finalist for the Hart Memorial Trophy, but your team generally has to make the playoffs to be considered. The Blue Jackets currently own the 8th overall pick in tonight's NHL Entry Draft and, according to our sources, the team is high on power forward winger Trent Perzyna from the Sarnia Sting. The 6'6" 247 lbs brute possesses elite skating ability to go along with his tremendous size, but his hands and hockey sense are said to be big question marks. Perzyna is currently ranked 9th by International Scouting Services.

Swedish defender Mats Rodin from AIK of Elitserien in Sweden is expected to be the top selection at the draft by the Minnesota Wild. The 6'6" 212 lbs defender is multi-dimensional player, possessing good offensive, defensive, and athletic skills.

2017-2018 NHL Awards
TROPHYWINNER (STAT)
Stanley Cup Boston Bruins
Presidents' Trophy Calgary Flames (50-27-5, 105 points)
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Nashville Predators
Prince of Wales Trophy Boston Bruins
Art Ross Trophy Jonathan Toews (88 points)
Hart Memorial Trophy Jonathan Toews
James Norris Memorial Trophy Andrej Meszaros
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Nicklas Backstrom
Calder Memorial Trophy Myles Doan
Conn Smythe Trophy Tuukka Rask
Vezina Trophy Pekka Rinne
William M. Jennings Trophy Pekka Rinne & Magnus Hellberg
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Andy Greene
Frank J. Selke Trophy Sidney Crosby
Ted Lindsay Award Pekka Rinne
Maurice Richard Trophy Sven Baertschi (41 goals)
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WILD SELECT MATS RODIN FIRST OVERALL
June 24, 2018

For the second year in a row, the Minnesota Wild had the privilege of selecting any player they wanted and this year, they used that pick to select defenseman Mats Rodin of Elitserien's AIK. Rodin is a large defender at 6'6" 212 lbs with great technical skills. He is lacking the physical style of play expected of a large NHL defenseman and his decision-making can be questionable at times, but he could be a franchise defenseman simply based on his size, skills, and skating ability alone, so if he can improve on his weaknesses, there's a very good chance he'll be a top defender for the Wild for a long time.

With the second overall pick, Dallas selected Rick Alzner from the US National Team Development Program. Alzner, a small but steady stay-at-home defenseman, is a good skater who is surprisingly strong given his physique and has demonstrated that he is great at reading plays in his own end. His offensive game leaves much to be desired, however.

Ottawa selected the first goaltender of the draft at fourth overall as they chose Estonian goaltender Mikhail Butsayev. Butsayev plays in the MHL, the KHL's minor hockey league. Butsayev is a little rough around the edges and is on the small side for an NHL netminder, but he has outstanding quickness and control in his crease. Many scouts project that he will be an elite professional goaltender.

There were 3 trades on draft day. Buffalo started off by trading long-time Sabre and captain Jason Pominville to Montreal in exchange for Montreal's 2019 1st round pick and the 43rd overall selection in the draft, which Buffalo used to take winger Luke Wisniewski. Shortly after, Dallas traded center Derek Roy to Tampa Bay for prospect defender Matthew Koalska, Tampa's 2019 2nd round pick, and the 82nd overall pick which Dallas used to select winger Rocky Milroy. Finally, just before the end of the draft, Ottawa and Pittsburgh announced a trade the swapped defensive prospects for forward prospects with Ottawa getting Maxim Lopatin, Pittsburgh's 17th overall pick from last year's draft, and Brett Perugini while Pittsburgh received Emmanuel Appel and Sebastien Jenni, Ottawa's 29th overall pick from 2016.

Columbus used their 8th overall pick to take sniper Ryan Tokarski of the Medicine Hat Tigers. Tokarski possesses a lethal shot and is a decent skater who will need to work on the other facets of his game before he can make the leap to the professional game. Scouts project Tokarski will be a top 6 forward at the NHL level.

The 38th pick was used to take another goal scorer, Toby Hedlund of the Ottawa 67's. Much like Tokarski, Hedlund has a great shot, but he too is lacking at the opposite end of the ice. Scouts project Hedlund to be a top 9 forward in the NHL.

With the 68th pick, Columbus took big German netminder Manuel Dreiber of Berlin. The right-catching Dreiber is expected to remain in Germany for the next couple of years to work on his game before making the jump to North America. Dreiber is projected to become an NHL goaltender in some capacity.

Chuck Gentile was taken with Columbus' 4th round pick. Gentile, a 6'3" 209 lbs stay-at-home defender from the London Knights is a big, physical player who takes the body whenever possible. As expected, Gentile doesn't offer much in the way of offense currently.

128th overall pick, Brett Mann, fits with Columbus' mold of taking large players late in the draft. At 6'4" and 217 lbs, Mann can certainly intimidate and he's not afraid to take a penalty. The skill portion of his game, however, is in dire need of development.

Swedish defender Mattias Thuresson of Frolunda was taken 158th overall by the Blue Jackets. The 6'2" 205 lbs defenseman is a slick-skating puck-moving defenseman with a good outlet pass. His defensive capabilities are questionable and his shot needs improvement before he can consider playing in North America.

With their final selection, the Blue Jackets chose rugged center James Reich from the US development program. Reich plays a hard-nosed game, but most scouts project he'll be nothing more than a career minor leaguer.

2018 Draft Day Trades

To BUF:
2018 43rd overall pick: RW Luke Wisniewski (59 OVR PWF, 18 years, 3.0 yellow stars)
2019 1st round pick (MTL)

To MTL:
RW Jason Pominville (86 OVR PLY, 35 years, 82GP-15G-40A-55P)

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To DAL:
LD Matthew Koalska (64 OVR DFD, 20 years, 2.5 yellow stars)
2018 82nd overall pick: LW Rocky Milroy (57 OVR PLY, 19 years, 2.5 yellow stars)
2019 2nd round pick (TBL)

To TBL:
C Derek Roy (83 OVR PLY, 35 years, 68GP-15G-13A-28P)

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To OTT:
LD Maxim Lopatin (63 OVR DFD, 19 years, 3.5 yellow stars)
LD Brett Perugini (59 OVR DFD, 21 years, 3.0 yellow stars)

To PIT:
RW Emmanuel Appel (65 OVR SNP, 21 years, 3.5 yellow stars)
RW Sebastian Jenni (65 OVR PWF, 21 years, 3.0 yellow stars)

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2018 NHL Entry Draft Board
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1 MinnesotaMats RodinTwo-Way DefensemanLeft Defense72 OVR19 years6'6" 212 lbs4.5 yellow stars
2 DallasRick AlznerDefensive DefensemanLeft Defense64 OVR19 years5'11" 183 lbs4.5 yellow stars
3 AnaheimTristan ReimerSniperLeft Wing70 OVR19 years5'11" 179 lbs4.0 yellow stars
4 OttawaMikhail ButsayevButterflyGoaltender75 OVR19 years5'11" 174 lbs4.5 yellow stars
5 PhoenixWill RaycroftSniperRight Wing65 OVR18 years5'9" 181 lbs4.0 yellow stars
6 St. LouisTrent PerzynaPower ForwardLeft Wing64 OVR18 years6'6" 247 lbs4.0 yellow stars
7 BuffaloKai NoronenPlaymakerCenter61 OVR19 years5'9" 173 lbs4.0 yellow stars
8 ColumbusRyan TokarskiSniperLeft Wing60 OVR18 years6'0" 188 lbs4.0 yellow stars
9 DetroitFrancois LeforestierPlaymakerLeft Wing73 OVR20 years5'11" 178 lbs3.5 green stars
10 TorontoBob HeatleyTwo-Way DefensemanLeft Defense61 OVR19 years6'2" 200 lbs3.5 green stars
11 CarolinaSami LouhiDefensive DefensemanLeft Defense61 OVR18 years6'2" 197 lbs4.0 yellow stars
12 NY RangersRich McEachernDefensive DefensemanLeft Defense59 OVR20 years6'4" 209 lbs3.5 green stars
13 PhiladelphiaPetr PockHybridGoaltender58 OVR18 years5'11" 173 lbs4.0 yellow stars
14 WinnipegDennis YetmanTwo-Way ForwardLeft Wing64 OVR19 years5'10" 188 lbs3.5 yellow stars
15 EdmontonSteve FitzpatrickHybridGoaltender62 OVR19 years6'6" 214 lbs3.0 yellow stars
16 San JoseWilliam JohnstonPlaymakerRight Wing64 OVR19 years6'3" 196 lbs3.0 yellow stars
17 MontrealCole WatkinsPlaymakerLeft Wing64 OVR19 years6'5" 208 lbs3.0 yellow stars
18 ColoradoMiikko ViinanenDefensive DefensemanLeft Defense61 OVR18 years5'11" 181 lbs3.5 yellow stars
19 Minnesota (from NJD)Andy HimelfarbSniperLeft Wing64 OVR20 years6'4" 216 lbs3.0 yellow stars
20 WashingtonGord JanesPlaymakerLeft Wing61 OVR18 years5'9" 179 lbs3.5 yellow stars
21 PittsburghGord SchennTwo-Way ForwardCenter63 OVR19 years5'11" 186 lbs3.0 yellow stars
22 Tampa BayPekka VoutilainenTwo-Way ForwardRight Wing62 OVR20 years6'4" 219 lbs3.0 yellow stars
23 VancouverJason MottauSniperLeft Wing61 OVR19 years5'11" 186 lbs3.5 yellow stars
24 Los AngelesMathieu PlantePlaymakerLeft Wing61 OVR19 years6'4" 206 lbs3.0 yellow stars
25NY IslandersTommy Von ArxTwo-Way ForwardLeft Wing60 OVR18 years5'11" 187 lbs3.0 yellow stars
26CalgaryHarvey StoneTwo-Way ForwardCenter62 OVR20 years6'2" 209 lbs3.0 yellow stars
27ChicagoTerry PritchettDefensive DefensemanLeft Defense65 OVR18 years6'9" 236 lbs3.0 yellow stars
28FloridaCurtis Pierro-ZabotelSniperCenter59 OVR18 years5'9" 175 lbs2.5 yellow stars
29NashvilleMiika TurunenPower ForwardCenter57 OVR18 years6'6" 244 lbs3.0 yellow stars
30BostonIgor MikhnovPlaymakerCenter59 OVR19 years5'11" 181 lbs3.0 red stars
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38ColumbusToby HedlundSniperCenter59 OVR18 years6'2" 197 lbs3.5 yellow stars
68ColumbusManuel DreiberButterflyGoaltender55 OVR19 years6'5" 209 lbs3.5 yellow stars
98ColumbusChuck GentileDefensive DefensemanRight Defense57 OVR18 years6'3" 209 lbs2.0 yellow stars
128ColumbusBrett MannTwo-Way ForwardRight Wing57 OVR19 years6'4" 217 lbs1.5 yellow stars
158ColumbusMattias ThuressonOffensive DefensemanLeft Defense54 OVR18 years6'2" 205 lbs1.5 yellow stars
188ColumbusJames ReichGrinderCenter54 OVR18 years6'0" 190 lbs1.0 yellow stars


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Just picked up one tough kid in the 2020 draft.. Ernest Peddle, 6'7" 246lbs 56 overall 3 1/2 yellow stars tough guy left wing, 93 aggressiveness, 99 body checking, 90 fighting skill, and 91 strength at 19 years old.. all of his other skill categories are 1 star though, lol.

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LECAVLIER, RICHARDS NOW CO-OWNERS

The Quebec Remparts of the QMJHL have been sold. The former ownership group has sold the team to NHL players Vincent Lecavlier, and Brad Richards, along with many other minor contributors for a grand total of 5.2 million dollars. The team cost so much because of the average attendance of over 11,000 fans per game. "This is 100% the most successful franchise in the QMJHL, and possibly the entire CHL. This team is always competitive, but they don't exactly have that toughness that you look for." Lecavlier told the media. "We aren't going to promise a winning team to the fans next season, but we do promise that it will be the most entertaining hockey you've seen here for awhile." Richards added. "As for hiring a coach, manager, and the rest of the staff," Richards continued. "That will come fairly soon. We have guys in place who we think will be able to fill those holes with ease." "The final surprise," Lecavlier said. "Is that we'll be building this team from the ground up. All of our players have been released and will find new homes soon. We'll be drafting, and signing our players, however a few may come as compensation." That came as a shock to everyone. What a surprise, the Remparts will be completely revamped. Fans probably won't be too happy, especially considering the owners are former division rival stars.
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Drafted a player with 4.5 stars (5th overall) and he is a 39OVR.

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Drafted a player with 4.5 stars (5th overall) and he is a 39OVR.
Give him first-line NHL-minutes just to see what happens.

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REMPARTS HIRE HEAD COACH, SCOUTS



The Quebec Remparts have hired their first three new staff members since Lecavlier, Richards, and co took over. Claude Lemieux, former Colorado Avalanche star is the new head coach of the Remparts. "Claude obviously know a ton about hockey, and he knows about lots of different facets of the game. He was good offensively, defensively, and he played tough. If he can get all of our players to do this, it'll be great." Richards told the media. "The team has also hired our scouting staff, and the two main guys are going to be Grant Sonier, and Yves Sarault. Both have experience in the NHL as well, and they'll hopefully build us well through the draft." Lecavlier added. "I am very excited for this opportunity," Lemieux noted. "It's going to be a fun time, and I promise Quebec an exciting team next year." Sonier and Sarault were unfortunately not on hand for the press conference, and we won't here from them until the draft. This seems to be great news for the Remparts, although Lemieux doesn't have any coaching experience, he seems to know what he's talking about, and he's obviously been through it all.

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GM, ASSISTANTS NAMED

Léo-Guy Morrissette, who was the former owner/GM of the Bathurst Titan recently sold the team and was left unemployed, is the mew Remparts GM. "I am honoured to be named general manager of this team. I plan on building a team that can play, can get dirty, and just great people overall. I cannot wait to start my journey at the draft next weekend." Morrissette told media. "LG is a solid hockey mind, and he's been in the league for over a decade, so he knows it inside and out." owner Vincent Lecavlier added. Claude Lemieux also announced that former pro, and coming from midget, Nick Greenough is an assistant, along with recently fired NHL coach Lindy Ruff. "Nick was a tough hockey player, and he demands toughness out of his players." Lemieux, the head coach, said. "Lindy was recently let go by Buffalo, and instead of searching for another head coaching stint, he wants to settle his family in Quebec, and have a lesser profile." Both Greenough and Ruff, weren't available for comment, and we may not hear from them until training camp, however we may earlier.

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GM, ASSISTANTS NAMED

Léo-Guy Morrissette, who was the former owner/GM of the Bathurst Titan recently sold the team and was left unemployed, is the mew Remparts GM. "I am honoured to be named general manager of this team. I plan on building a team that can play, can get dirty, and just great people overall. I cannot wait to start my journey at the draft next weekend." Morrissette told media. "LG is a solid hockey mind, and he's been in the league for over a decade, so he knows it inside and out." owner Vincent Lecavlier added. Claude Lemieux also announced that former pro, and coming from midget, Nick Greenough is an assistant, along with recently fired NHL coach Lindy Ruff. "Nick was a tough hockey player, and he demands toughness out of his players." Lemieux, the head coach, said. "Lindy was recently let go by Buffalo, and instead of searching for another head coaching stint, he wants to settle his family in Quebec, and have a lesser profile." Both Greenough and Ruff, weren't available for comment, and we may not hear from them until training camp, however we may earlier.

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Lol @LGM..

How are you doing this though ?

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How are you doing this though ?
I create a s*** ton of players haha. I've done too many NHL ones to count, and it's really only a one season thing. It's more fun, IMO, especially because I know a lot of players in the league!! I reccommend trying haha, if you are a Q fan send me an inbox and I'll let you know exactly how I do it!

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Pictured: Potential 1st overall pick Anthony Beauvillier

With the draft being less than a week away, it's time for a runthrough of the Remparts picks, and players they may target. "We have a solid amount of picks, and we plan to make the most of all of them, obviously." scout Grant Sonier told the press. "There are a few players in particular who we are targeting. The image of this team, is to have a couple solid skilled players surrounded in big, mean, nasty players." Yves Sarault, the teams other scout, added. The Remparts hold the first overall pick in the draft, and pick again at number 8. After that they don't pick until the third round, which they'll open, and continue to open every round for the rest of the draft. So the team holds picks 1, 8, 38, 56, 75, 94, 112, 130, 148, 166, 184, 202, 219, and 237. The Remparts will add the 14 first new members of the franchise. It has been rumoured that the Remparts may take '97 born Anthony Beauvillier first overall. He was granted special exemption for the draft mid-may. "There is no secret who the big three are in this draft." Yves Sarault says. "Anthony, Daniel (Audette), and Alexis (Pépin) are the clearcut favourites as of now, and we think we know who we're taking." "As for the other picks, it's hard to tell as of now, because there are some guys we may have in the third round, who for example Gatineau may have in the fifth or sixth." Grant Sonier added. This Saturday will be a huge day for the Remparts, as they not only hold the first pick, but they host the draft.

-June 4th, 2012

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DRAFT DAY



In the Pepsi Colisée, the Remparts home arena, the Remparts will have the first overall pick.

The rink is astir as the Remparts are ready to make their pick. Heading up to the stage is owners Vincent Lecavlier, and Brad Richards, along with GM Léo-Guy Morissette, scouts Grant Sonier and Yves Sarault, and head coach Claude Lemieux. Lecavlier steps up to the mic to make the pick. "The Quebec Remparts are ever so proud to select, from Collège Antoine-Girouard, forward Anthony Beauvillier!" The crowd goes crazy, as Beauvillier not only is the first Q player to have received special exemption, but he goes first overall as well. The youngster walks on up to the stage and meets his new team. Immediately after drafted, Anthony is asked how he feels about the draft. "I am speechless really. I can't even put it into words! Going first overall is great and all, but the Remparts fan base is huge! I cannot wait for training camp!" Yves Sarault, scout, tells us about Beauvillier. "Anthony is a pure goalscorer, he is clutch, and can play the playmaker role as well. He is already a lock to be on the team next year, due to the status of being special exemption, and we feel he can produce immediately." Anthony plays center, but can play the wings as well.

Quebec only had to wait 6 picks until they were back up on the stage. The same six men went up to the stage, but this time it was Brad Richards who took to the mic. "Quebec selects, 8th overall, from Dartmouth, Matthew Highmore!" Another loud applause comes from the crowd, as Highmore gets to the stage and puts the Remparts crest on for the first time. "Wow, what a feeling." Highmore said moments after being drafted. "I've been training for this my whole life and now it's finally happened. I can't wait for camp and I hope to crack the line-up." Scout Grant Sonier tells us a bit about Matthew. "Matthew is a solid, defensively responsible forward. We can put him in almost any situation and we'll feel comfortable with it. He has a real good chance at making the team next year." Matthew prefers to play left wing, but he can play center, or the right side as well.

The Remparts had a long break until their next pick, which was 38th overall in the third round. The players do not go up to the stage, they are called from the draft table. GM Léo-Guy Morissette will be making the picks from here on out. "With the 38th pick, the Remparts select, from Charlottetown, forward Alex Gallant!" The third forward taken by the Remparts, Gallant proceeds to the draft table to meet his new team. "Alex is possibly one of the most skilled players in this draft. We know why he fell, and although we're not going to explain it, he was doing something he shouldn't have in his personal life. Coming here will change that, we think." Sonier told the media.

The Remparts made 11 more picks in the draft, all are listed below.

Round 4, 56th overall, D Guillaume McSween, QC
Round 5, 75th overall, G Jason Rioux, QC
Round 6, 94th overall, F Marcus Cuomo, NFLD
Round 7, 112th overall, D Beau Rusk, QC
Round 8, 130th overall, F Joseph Strong, QC
Round 9, 148th overall, G Louis-Philippe Guindon, QC
Round 10, 166th overall, F Joey Bernard, NB
Round 11, 184th overall, F John Mullaly, NS
Round 12, 202nd overall, G Steven Veilleux, QC
Round 13, 219th overall, D Samuel Morissette, QC
Round 14, 237th overall, F Philippe Klitirinos, QC

The Remparts added a lot of depth through this draft, and head coach Claude Lemieux likes what he sees. "All of the players we drafted look like hockey players, talk like hockey players, and walk like hockey players. They all seem like great kids, and that's what our team will be."

-June 9th, 2012

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Going with the Sharks, ten years most likely. Will most likely be the final GM for this series!

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* Cannot sign anyone in FA 83OVR or above. I am looking to draft smart.
* I can only trade for players that the CPU is willing to trade (on trade block).
* I can only trade players that the CPU wants.
* Waivers and injuries will be turned off. Injuries will be turned on for the playoffs.

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There are two new faces, and two new cultures now on the Quebec Remparts. One is a goaltender, and the other a forward. The goaltender, of Czech descent, is Adam Nagy. The forward, a Russian, is Valeri Nichuskin. "We think both of these guys will be superstars in this league, and we can't wait to see the impact they have on this team." said GM Léo-Guy Morissette.

The team has also made a trade, sending 16 year old Jason Rioux, and a fourth round pick to Bathurst for 16 year old goaltender Mason McDonald. "Mason wasn't going to report to Bathurst, so we jumped on the opportunity of grabbing him. We wish Jason the best of luck in his future." Morissette said.

-June 25th, 2012

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