Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: November 2014

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Photo courtesy of the Sherbrooke Phoenix

This is the fourth of a series of monthly reports concerning Habs prospects playing in the QMJHL: Daniel Audette, Jérémy Grégoire and Zachary Fucale.

 

Daniel Audette, Sherbrooke Phoenix

After a terrific month of October, Audette has come back to a more normal pace last month. He picked up 2 goals and 7 helpers in 10 games, along with a -2 differential.

The Phoenix slowed down in November, posting a 4-4-2 record that puts them in 7th position in the Q. Audette’s under-average month might be a reason for the drop, as his team relies on him a lot to generate some offense.

He, however, stepped up in the last two weeks. Dan picked up 6 points in the remaining 4 games he played, including a brilliant 3-point night against the Screaming Eagles on November 26th.

Here is the highlight video of his 3-point night in Cape Breton. All credit to our Prospect writer Mitch Brown.

 

Jérémy Grégoire, Baie-Comeau Drakkar

Grégoire is still injured and will not take part to the World Junior Hockey Champhionships. A comeback in the second half of December might be realistic for Jay Greg, according to sources.

 

Zachary Fucale, Halifax Mooseheads

The Mooseheads finally are back. Nikolaj Ehlers is literally on fire, Zach Fucale is back in the zone and the Moose just reached the .500 mark for the first time this season. He started the month quite well, stopping the Islanders in a 3-0 shutout win at the East Link Centre.

Zach had a 8-2-1-0 record last month, keeping a 3.17 GAA and a .883% efficiency.

 

Follow me on twitter @CarignanTQN to get the latest news on Habs prospects playing in the ‘Q’, particularly Daniel Audette who plays for the team I cover for another media.

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