The 19-year-old hockey player fell in love with New Brunswick’s game against the Halifax Mooseheads at TD Station Tuesday night. 3. count ofI His team’s goal in a 5–4 overtime victory, Jeremy Poirier became the top career defenseman scorer in Sea Dogs history.
son 6I The net of the season has netted him a total of 41 goals since donning his Quebec Major Junior League club uniform for the first time in September 2018. 3 picksI The 2020 round of the Calgary Flames beat Alex Grant of Antigonish, NS, by 40 goals since the 2008–09 season.
The 3588 spectators present at the meeting watched a distinctive game designed by Jeremy Poirier to become a new record holder. The Sea Dogs ’54’ was built on a pass from Peter Reynolds and Josh Lawrence, driving down the left flank toward the faceoff circle to free one of his powerful wrist shots that hit the top half of the box . The net was defended by Mooseheads goalkeeper James Brady.
Jeremy Poirier scored his 41 goals in 181 games, while his predecessor Alex Grant needed 222 games to reach the quarantine plateau. Thomas Chabot, the National Hockey League’s elite defender with the Ottawa Senators, scored a total of 34 goals in 202 games during his 4 seasons at St. John with the Sea Dogs.
Grenadiers de Châteaugue Dwarf AAA’s ex-color-bearer already had his name in his collection of team records, for most goals scored in a season (20) and during a single meeting (3). Holder of the cumulative record of 41 goals and 92 assists for 133 points, Jeremy may aspire to break the points belonging to Thomas Chabot for most points for life (153) and most assists (119) within concession. The one who saw the light of the day in 2005.
One thing is certain, Jeremy Poirier is already in good company in franchise history as we also get to name Jonathan Huberdeau, who is the author of the highest total points in a season (105, 2010-11) and career (257) . , 2009–13) as well as coach Gerard Gallant with the most wins in a campaign (57) and in life (159) with the St. John Sea Dogs.
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