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Short but Sweet Season for Jérémy Grégoire

Short but Sweet Season for Jérémy Grégoire

The 2014-2015 campaign didn’t look like it was going to amount to much for Jérémy Grégoire. Grégoire, the captain of Baie-Comeau, suffered a wrist injury, sidelining him for more than half the season. Furthermore, B-C traded away former 40-goal scorer Valentin Zykov, a top-four defender in Alexis Vanier, and role player Bokondji Imama Despite the […]

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Another Spectacular Season for Nikita Scherbak

Another Spectacular Season for Nikita Scherbak

It was a dominant start to the 2014-2015 campaign for Nikita Scherbak. The 26th overall selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft went pointless just three times in his first 35 games, piling up 19 goals and 34 assists in the process. He recorded three points in his Silvertips debut, tallied in his first WHL […]

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Brett Lernout’s Progression Leaps Forward

Brett Lernout’s Progression Leaps Forward

It took Brett Lernout until his 18-year-old season to finally breakout at the WHL level. That 2013-2014 breakout campaign led to Lernout having his name called 73rd overall in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. This past season, Lernout took another gigantic leap forward. The 6’04” defender nearly doubled his totals posted year previous, with 14 […]

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Prospect Update: Grégoire Electrifies (Apr. 6-12)

Prospect Update: Grégoire Electrifies (Apr. 6-12)

Jeremy Grégoire led the way this past week, posting a staggering seven points in just two games. The Hamilton Bulldogs had their playoff hopes all but shattered as most of the team has mixed performances. Michael McCarron got back on the scoresheet in a big way, while Zach Fucale recaptured his playoff excellence. Nikita Scherbak […]

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Prospect Update: Bozon Dominates (Mar. 30-Apr. 5)

Prospect Update: Bozon Dominates (Mar. 30-Apr. 5)

  Tim Bozon’s incredible nine-point week claims first star honours, while Jeremy Grégoire’s seven-point week doesn’t fall too far behind. Charles Hudon continued to find twine in highlight-reel ways, while Christian Thomas enjoyed his best week in quite some time. Josiah Didier made his AHL debut, while Zach Fucale made his playoff debut with Quebec. […]

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Prospect Update: Lehkonen Lights the Lamp (Mar. 23-29)

Prospect Update: Lehkonen Lights the Lamp (Mar. 23-29)

Artturi Lehkonen led the way this past week, contributing a hat trick and an assist in Frolunda’s playoff run. Michael McCarron was a close second, providing three points in two games. Sven Andrighetto and Charles Hudon both had solid weeks, while Mike Condon regained form. Daniel Audette posted solid totals and Brett Lernout scored his […]

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Prospect Update: Scherbak’s Remarkable (Mar. 2-8)

Prospect Update: Scherbak’s Remarkable (Mar. 2-8)

Nikita Scherbak led the way this week, posting four points in three games as Everett gears up for the playoffs. Charles Hudon became the first Hamilton Bulldog to hit 50 points since Aaron Palushaj in 2010-2011, while Daniel Carr became the first ‘Dog to hit 20 gaols since Andreas Engqvist in 2011-2012. Mike Condon and […]

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New GoPro Video with Habs P.K. Subban

New GoPro Video with Habs P.K. Subban

A different look at Habs blue liner P.K. Subban using a GoPro who are now partners with the NHL and NHLPA: Mix @PKSubban1 with @GoPro and you get this. https://t.co/I5Fz1mBKe3 — NHL (@NHL) March 4, 2015 Full video:

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Prospect Update: Carr’s Extraordinary (Feb. 23 – Mar. 1)

Prospect Update: Carr’s Extraordinary (Feb. 23 – Mar. 1)

Daniel Carr, the CCM/AHL Rookie of the Month for the month of February, is this week’s top performer, contributing four goals and an assist in four games. Tim Bozon continued his recent goal-per-game tear with five goals in four games for Kootenay. Meanwhile, Morgan Ellis posted the best week of his AHL career, with four points […]

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Prospect Update: Lehkonen Leads (Feb. 16-22)

Prospect Update: Lehkonen Leads (Feb. 16-22)

After a seemingly endless goalscoring drought, Artturi Lehkonen got back on the board in a huge way. Josiah Didier also posted a terrific performance as he fights for a contract as a senior. Sven Andrighetto and Charles Hudon both opened the week strong, but were invisible by week’s end. Morgan Ellis returned to the ‘Dogs, […]

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Canadiens Re-Up Charles Hudon For One Year

Early this morning, the Canadiens announced that they signed Charles Hudon to a one-year, one-way contract ($800,000). Just like his fellow teammates Armia and Lehkonen, he avoided going to arbitration. His date set for August 2nd. This will be Hudon’s fourth season with the Montreal Canadiens having played his first professional season during the 2014-15 […]

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