These are the first regular season games since last year’s pandemic hit the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.LHJMQ) to limit inter-provincial matches.
Will Chisholm, Dee Bridgewater (huh) as well as from Samuel Savoie and Cole Cormier, Dieppe (n-b Hopefully the sea breeze will bring them luck for the Games in Charlottetown on Thursday, in Halifax on Friday and in Sydney on Sunday.
The Olympics halted in Moncton on Wednesday. Samuel Savoie took advantage of this short stop and briefly returned to his home in Dieppe to see the family.
I just went to say hello to my parents. I just loved living in the city, considering where I grew up, Dieppe explains.
Olympians trained at the Avenir Center in Moncton before hitting the road again for their game against Charlottetown on Thursday.
When I was little, I grew up watching wild cats. And entering the arena as a player is different when you are a pro. This is what I thought was good.
It was just training, but it felt good. They will have to wait till January 22 before playing the first official match.
on the NHL radar
Samuel Savoie is one of three Acadians to watch on the National Hockey League’s players list. According to experts at Bateman Circuit Recruiting Center, 17-year-old Samuel Savoie could be picked between the fourth and sixth rounds.
This season, Dieppois scored one goal and one assist in eight matches.
This is only a starting list, but players can already take the lead.
For example, Samuel Oliver of Quispamsis scored four goals and made two assists in ten games. The Charlottetown Islanders Center scored nine goals and 13 assists in 38 games last year during a pandemic season.
In Bathurst, Saint-Ignace defenseman Marc-Andre Gaudette is also on the list. In eleven games, he scored one goal and one assist with a +3 rating.
It’s so inspiring to see thishe rejoices
It makes you want to continue. i want to lift some weights [du muscle] To be strong, to take things a little easier.
The fact that Titans and the Islanders are off to a good start to the season should help them grab a bit more of recruiters’ attention.
Other Atlantic players in the NHL’s sights include Dylan Gill (the Ryan-Noranda Huskies) and Allie Barnett (the Victoria Grizzlies in the BCHL), all from Riverview.
Titan’s Lane is Hinckley, who grew up in Moncton but whose family is originally from the Chaticamp area of Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotian Jake Furlong of the Halifax Mooseheads rounds out the list.
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