Campivalencian defender Jeremy Poirier now holds a spot in the St. John Sea Dogs franchise record books alongside Thomas Chabot, Jonathan Huberdeau and Gerard Gallant.
Jeremy Poirier now holds the team mark for most career goals by a defenseman for the St. John Sea Dogs with 44 goals.
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Before an indefinite break in Quebec Major Junior League activities, the 19-year-old hockey player made his mark in a game between the New Brunswick and Halifax Mooseheads on July 30 at TD Station in St. John’s. count 3I Scoring for his team in a 4–3 overtime victory, Jeremy Poirier became the top career scorer among defensemen in the history of the Sea Dogs.
son 6I The net of the season has allowed him to score a total of 41 goals since donning the club’s QMJHL uniform for the first time in September 2018. 3 picksI The 2020 Calgary Flames round broke the 40-goal mark held by Alex Grant of Antigonish, NS since the 2008–09 season.
Jeremy Poirier scored his 41 goals in 181 games, while his predecessor Alex Grant needed 222 games to cross the quarantine plateau. Thomas Chabot, an elite National Hockey League defender with the Ottawa Senators, scored 34 goals in 202 games during his 4 seasons at St. John with the Sea Dogs.
The former Chateauguay Grenadiers Midget AAA color holder was already named in the collection of team records, for most goals scored in a season (20) and for the Blue Line in a game (3).
Holder of the cumulative record of 44 goals in 184 games and 99 assists for 143 points, Jeremy may aspire to break the points belonging to Thomas Chabot for most points (153) and most assists in life (119). The franchise which started in 2005. Since his debut with the Sea Dogs he has 607 shots for an average of 3.3 shots per game.
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