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Desharnais and Carle win TELUS player of the week awards

BOUCHERVILLE, Monday, December 18, 2006 - Chicoutimi Saguenéens forward David Desharnais and Acadie-Bathurst Titan defenseman Mathieu Carle were named the TELUS offensive and defensive players of the week for the period extending from December 11 to 17.

In three games, Desharnais collected five goals, including two game-winners, and four assists while maintaining a +5 (plus/minus) differential. Last Thursday versus the Rocket, he was named the game's first star in a 4-2 win thanks to two key assists. The following night versus the Remparts, Desharnais registered four goals and one assist in an impressive 7-4 win over their archrivals to again earn first star honours. Finally yesterday against the Drakkar, the fiery forward scored the game-winner in the shootout to help the team clinch its seventh consecutive win.

Ryan Graham (7-1-8) of St. John's, Thomas Beaureguard (6-1-7) of Acadie-Bathurst and David Laliberté (5-2-7) of PEI were also considered.

The defensive player of the week award goes to Acadie-Bathurst defenseman Mathieu Carle. In three games, he collected two goals and five helpers while maintaining a +6 (plus/minus) differential. Wednesday, Carle registered two assists on Thomas Beaureguard goals in a 7-3 win over the Mooseheads. Two days later, he earned first star honours thanks to a strong offensive showing (four points) in a 6-3 victory over the Wildcats in Moncton. Finally, on Saturday, the Titan blueliner registered his fiftieth point of the season in a 5-3 win in Saint John. Acadie-Bathurst is in the midst of a four-game winning streak. Carle leads all league defensemen in scoring.

Goaltenders Pier-Olivier Pelletier (2-0-0; 120 MIN; 2.00 GAA; .935 SAV%) of Drummondville and Peter Delmas (2-0-0; 120 MIN; 2.00; .933 SAV%) of Lewiston as well as defenseman Kevin Marshall (0-5-5; +4) of Lewiston were also considered.
 

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Flurry of action in first few hours of trade period

BOUCHERVILLE, Monday, December 18, 2006 - A number of trades were completed in the first few hours of the first day of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League trade period.

The Fog Devils sent defenseman Daniel Whelen (89-09-02) to the Moncton Wildcats for their 5th round pick (acquired from St. John's) in the 2007 QMJHL Entry Draft.

The Acadie-Bathurst Titan acquired the Foreurs' 3rd round pick in 2008 (acquired from Acadie-Bathurst) which completes the Mathieu Roy trade to Val-d'Or. The Titan also traded forward Kristopher Schmidt (88-05-02) and goaltender Maxime Gougeon (88-05-03) to the Voltigeurs for their 8th round pick in 2007 and 8th round pick in 2008.

The Voltigeurs continued their morning spree by acquiring defenseman Sébastien Bernier (87-02-06) from the Chicoutimi Saguenéens for their 10th round selection in 2007 as well as their 4th round pick in 2008 (acquired from Acadie-Bathurst).

The trade period ends on Monday, January 8, at noon.
 

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Sea Dogs make trades

SAINT JOHN, December 18, 2006 - The Saint John Sea Dogs have pulled the trigger on two transactions on this the first day of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) trading period. QMJHL teams are able to trade players until Jan. 8, 2007.

In the first transaction, the Sea Dogs dealt 20-year-old forward Charles Bergeron to the Acadie-Bathurst Titan for a fourth round draft pick in 2007. Saint John then traded that pick to the Lewiston MAINEiacs for 19-year-old goaltender Travis Fullerton. To make room for Fullerton, the Sea Dogs have released goaltender Aaron Barton.

The second transaction involves a total of four players, all forwards. The Sea Dogs have acquired 17-year-old Keven Guérette-Charland and 18-year-old Kyle Kelly from the Victoriaville Tigres in exchange for Alexandre Monahan and Alexandre Labonté. The Tigres also received a fifth round pick from the Sea Dogs for the 2007 QMJHL draft.

Sea Dogs interim general manager and head coach, Jacques Beaulieu, said the organization has had very good reports concerning Fullerton, who has been playing this season for the Moncton Beavers of the Maritime Junior A Hockey League. In 19 games with Moncton, Fullerton had a 2.44 goals against average and a .910 save percentage. The five-foot-eleven, 170 pound backstop, is a native of Riverview, NB.

"Travis is a cat-like goaltender," noted Beaulieu. "He's very competitive and very quick. He battles for every shot."

Guérette-Charland was selected by Victoriaville in the first round (seventh overall) of the 2005 QMJHL draft. The six-foot, 183 pound, left wing is a native of Victoriaville. He won gold for Team Quebec at the 2006 World U-17 Hockey Challenge in Regina, SK. Guérette-Charland had six goals and four assists in 31 games this year with the Tigres.

Keven is very skilled and he adds some size and skill to our lineup," said Beaulieu. "He has a lot of upside. NHL scouts are looking at him."

Kelly, also a left wing, was Victoriaville's fifth round pick (83rd overall) in the 2005 QMJHL draft. The six-foot-two, 200 pound native of Montreal, had one goal for the Tigres in 14 games this season.

Kyle's a big guy," said Beaulieu, "who skates ok and has a good shot. He brings size to the hockey club."

The Sea Dogs are currently on their Christmas break. They will return to play on Dec. 27 when they meet the Halifax Mooseheads at the Metro Centre. Their next home game is Dec. 30 when the Lewiston MAINEiacs will visit Harbour Station in a 7 p.m. contest.
 

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Mooseheads acquire 18-year-old forward Peter-James Corsi

Halifax Mooseheads General Manager Marcel Patenaude announced today the acquisition of 18-year old forward Peter-James Corsi through a trade with the Val-d'Or Foreurs. In return the Mooseheads sent forward Justin Saulnier and their sixth round pick in the 2007 QMJHL Entry Draft to the Foreurs.

Corsi, a 5'10, 186 pound centre, drafted seventh overall by the Foreurs in the 2004 QMJHL Entry Draft, has 5 goals and 18 assists for Val-d'Or in 35 games this season. He has accumulated a total of 74 points in 156 games in three seasons in the QMJHL.

"We are pleased to get Peter-James Corsi," Patenaude said. "Corsi is highly rated by our scouting staff. He was a first round draft pick in 2004 and his 19 goals and 40 points last year show he has an offensive touch. We feel he will be able to help our team."

Peter-James Corsi (18) Born Aug. 03, 1988 at Montreal, QC 5'10 186 lbs

Career statistics Regular season Playoffs

YEAR TEAM GP G A PT PiM PP SH WG GP G A PT PiM PP SH GW

2004-05 Val-d'Or Foreurs 54 8 8 16 32 2 0 0 - - - - - - - -

2005-06 Val-d'Or Foreurs 67 19 21 40 67 5 0 3 5 1 0 1 13 1 0 0

2006-07 Val-d'Or Foreurs 35 5 13 18 32 2 0 0

QMJHL totals 156 32 42 74 131 9 0 3 5 1 0 1 13 1 0 0

In another transaction, Mooseheads traded forward Kirk Forrest to the Quebec Remparts for a conditional fifth round pick in 2007. In the event Forrest does not play in the QMJHL during the 2006-2007 or 2007-2008 season, the Mooseheads will return a 2008 fifth round pick to the Remparts. This trade is subject to league approval.
 

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Plenty of action on first day of trades in QMJHL

BOUCHERVILLE, Monday, December 18, 2006 - A number of trades were completed on the first day of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League trade period.

The Foreurs acquired forward Jérôme Samson (87-09-04) from the Wildcats as part of the trade that sent defenseman Luc Bourdon to Moncton last January. Val-d'Or also acquired the services of Rocket winger David Petardi (88-07-14) for an eighth round pick in 2007. Finally, they acquired forward Justin Saulnier (87-04-16) and a 6th round pick in 2007 from the Mooseheads for Peter-James Corsi (88-08-03).

The Sea Dogs sent Alexandre Labonté (88-04-25), Alexandre Monahan (88-03-14) and a 5th round pick in the 2007 QMJHL Entry Draft to Victoriaville for forwards Keven Guérette-Charland (89-05-10) and Kyle Kelly (88-05-06).

The Victoriaville Tigres sent goaltender Jonathan Roy (89-03-15) to the Quebec Remparts for their eighth round selection in 2007. Then, the Remparts acquired Kirk Forrest (87-05-04) from the Mooseheads for their 4th round pick in 2007 (acquired from Rouyn-Noranda).

The Fog Devils sent defenseman Daniel Whelen (89-09-02) to the Moncton Wildcats for their 5th round pick (acquired from St. John's) in 2007.

The Acadie-Bathurst Titan acquired the Foreurs' 3rd round pick in 2008 (acquired from Acadie-Bathurst) which completes the Mathieu Roy trade to Val-d'Or. The Titan also traded forward Kristopher Schmidt (88-05-02) and goaltender Maxime Gougeon (88-05-03) to the Voltigeurs for their 8th round pick in 2007 and 8th round pick in 2008.

The Voltigeurs continued their morning spree by acquiring defenseman Sébastien Bernier (87-02-06) from the Chicoutimi Saguenéens for their 10th round selection in 2007 as well as their 4th round pick in 2008 (acquired from Acadie-Bathurst). Then, Drummondville traded goaltender Pierre-Alexandre Marion (87-03-09) to the Fog Devils for a 4th round pick in 2008.

The trade period ends on Monday, January 8, at noon.
 

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Fog Devils' Acquire Goaltender

The St. John's Fog Devils announced today that the hockey club has made a pair of trades with the start of the QMJHL's Trading Period.

The club acquired goaltender, Pierre-Alexandre Marion, from the Drummondville Voltiguers for a 2008 4th round pick. The club also sent prospect, Daniel Whelan, to Moncton for the Wildcats' 2007 5th round pick (previously acquired from the Fog Devils in the Tim Spencer trade).

Marion, a 19 year old (March 9th, 1987) native of Gatineau, PQ, has posted a 6-13-0 record, 4.56GAA and a .873 save percentage in 19 games with the Voltigeurs this season. Last season he posted a 25-16-0 record and a 3.14GAA with Voltigeurs.

The League's Trading Period continues through Monday, January 8th (12pm EST). For a compete list of trades, please click the following link: QMJHL's Trading Period

The Fog Devils currently enter its Christmas break with a 15-20-1-1 record and have wins in 5 of the last 6 games.

The club's next home series is Friday, December 29th and Saturday, December 30th against the Halifax Mooseheads. Tickets for this series are available at the Mile One Center Box Office and can be paid for by cash, VISA or Mastercard or by phone (576-7657). Tickets can also be purchased online at admission.com.

The St. John's Fog Devils are a member of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and are one of 59 member clubs of the Canadian Hockey League.
 
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