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Road to the TELUS Cup: Lions du Lac St-Louis
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April 12, 2011
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Quebec Region champions
Ligue de hockey midget AAA du Québec champions

HOW THEY GOT TO ST. JOHN’S

LHMAAAQ Playoffs
PRE – defeated Intrépide de Gatineau 3-0 (7-3, 4-3, 9-2)
QF – defeated Patriotes de Châteauguay 3-0 (3-1, 5-3, 4-3 OT)
SF – defeated Vikings de Saint-Eustache 3-1 (5-8, 5-2, 5-4 OT, 4-3 OT)
FINAL – defeated Albatros de Collège Notre-Dame 4-1 (3-2, 5-1, 9-4, 1-3, 6-1)

REGULAR SEASON

Record – 29-11-1-1 (3rd in LHMAAAQ)
Goals For – 180 (3rd in LHMAAAQ)
Goals Against – 128 (T-1st in LHMAAAQ)
Longest Winning Streak – 6 (Jan. 26-Feb. 12)
Top 3 Scorers –

  • Jonathan Drouin – 22G 36A 58P (4th in LHMAAAQ)
  • Anthony Duclair – 25G 32A 57P (6th in LHMAAAQ)
  • Kurt Etchegary – 21G 35A 56P (8th in LHMAAAQ)

PLAYOFFS

Record – 13-2
Goals For – 75
Goals Against – 43
Top 3 Scorers –

  • Jonathan Drouin – 11G 17A 28P
  • Michael Matheson – 7G 18A 25P
  • Anthony Duclair – 9G 14A 23P

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY

1992 – Lions du Lac St-Louis (gold medal)
4-1-1 record | 27GF 8GA

1991 – Lions du Lac St-Louis (bronze medal)
6-1-0 record | 24GF 17GA

1985 – Lions du Lac St-Louis (gold medal)
6-1-0 record | 38GF 21GA

1984 – Lions du Lac St-Louis (bronze medal)
5-1-1 record | 27GF 17GA

1981 – Lions du Lac St-Louis (gold medal)
6-1-1 record | 47GF 21GA

PLAYERS TO WATCH

JONATHAN DROUIN
dominating … exciting offensive talent … excellent hands … tremendous ability with the puck … explosive skater … very agile … dangeroud with and without the puck … crisp, accurate passes

ANTHONY DUCLAIR
dynamic player … explosive speed and quickness … tremendous potential … not shy to get physical … very good puck skills … more of a sniper than a playmaker … has a presence on the ice

MICHAEL MATHESON
offensive defenceman … smooth skater … extremely high hockey IQ … tremendous poise with the puck … great instincts … doesn’t give up much defensively … quick passing ability … rarely hesitates

QMJHL DRAFTED PLAYERS

Patrick Walsh – Quebec 2010 (1st round, 14th overall)
Michael Matheson – Shawinigan 2010 (2nd round, 27th overall)
Dylan Trevis – Acadie-Bathurst 2010 (11th round, 185th overall)


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