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Tigres trade Bezeau to Remparts

BOUCHERVILLE, Saturday, September 23, 2006 - The Victoriaville Tigres traded defenseman Billy Bezeau (86-11-17) to the Quebec Remparts for their fifth round selection in the 2008 QMJHL Entry Draft.

In two games with the Tigres this season, Bezeau scored one goal while spending four minutes in the penalty box.
 

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Perreault and Nadeau win player of the week awards

BOUCHERVILLE, Monday, September 25, 2006 - Forward Mathieu Perreault of the Acadie-Bathurst Titan and goaltender Bobby Nadeau of the Chicoutimi Saguenéens were named offensive and defensive players of the week for the period extending from September 18 to 24.

In two games, Perreault scored four goals and accumulated six assists, while maintaining a +6 (plus/minus) differential. Against the Sea Dogs last Friday, he collected one goal and four helpers in an 8-4 victory. Then, the following night versus the Fog Devils, the Titan forward netted his first career hat-trick in a 7-3 win. Perreault and his teammate Thomas Beauregard are at the top of the QMJHL scoring standings with twelve points each.

Alexandre Picard-Hooper (2-4-6) of Baie-Comeau, Pierre-Luc Faubert (5-0-5) of Lewiston and Thomas Beauregard (4-3-7) of Acadie-Bathurst were also considered.

The defensive player of the week award goes to veteran goaltender Bobby Nadeau. In two road games, the Saguenéens backstop helped his team collect three out of four points in the standings thanks to one win and one shootout loss. During that span, he maintained a 1.92 goals-against-average and a .944 save percentage. Last Friday, Nadeau was stellar while making forty saves to lead his team to a 3-2 win over the Quebec Remparts. Yesterday, he made twenty-eight stops in a 3-2 shootout loss to the Gatineau Olympiques. Moreover, he was named the game's third star in both contests.

The other players considered for the defensive player of the week award were defensemen Nathan Welton (2-6-8; -1) of Moncton and Martin Fréchette (0-6-6; +1) of Gatineau and goaltender Raffaele D'Orso (2-0-0; 120 MP; 2.50 GAA; .922 SAV %) of Val-d'Or.
 

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Sunday's WHL Roundup

Sunday afternoon in the QMJHL with 69 goals scored and three matches ending in a shootout, the Moncton Wildcats used a hot start and hung on to edge the visiting Lewiston Maineiacs 7-6.

Andrew MacDonald and Randy Cameron each contributed a pair of goals and an assist for the Wildcats, who extended their lead atop the East Division to six points over five other teams

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Mooseheads drop fourth straight road game

The Halifax Mooseheads dropped their fourth straight road game Sunday in front of more than 7,000 fans in Quebec City, losing 7-6 to the Remparts in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Halifax is 1-4 overall.

Angelo Esposito’s shorthanded goal at 14:49 of third period was the winner Sunday.

Trailing 6-4, the Mooseheads battled back with third-period goals by Andrew White at 4:35 and Colby Pridham at 8:04.

Captain Brent Aubin tallied twice for Quebec. Roman Bashkirov finished with three points, including two assists. Joey Ryan and Rusian Bashkirov each added a goal and an assist. Maxime Lacroix also scored in the win.

Bryce Swan had a pair of goals for Halifax. Pridham and Justin Saulnier had a goal and an assist apiece. Jakub Voracek also scored. Andrew Bodnarchuk picked up two assists.

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Marchand’s second-period goal lifts Foreurs over Eagles

Brad Marchand’s powerplay goal midway through the second period stood as the game winner as the Val d’Or Foreurs defeated the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 4-1 before 2,306 fans at the Air Creebec Centre. Sunday afternoon.

Marchand, a third-round pick of the Boston Bruins last June, scored his fourth goal of the season 9:28 into the middle period to give Val d’Or a 2-1 lead and they would score the only two goals of the third period to go on to the win to improve to 3-0-0-1.

Marchand, a Halifax native who played his first two seasons with the Moncton Wildcats, also had an assist in the game.

Maxime Lincourt, Martin Thibeault and Marc-Andre Cote also scored for Val d’Or.

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Kids need to learn fast

So much for any plans to ease youngsters into the lineup.

With seven returning players sidelined with injuries, a roster spot on the St. John’s Fog Devils has suddenly become a crash course in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

“We need help, we’re looking for help, but right now, the main thing is that we need our young players to learn as much as they can, as fast as they can,” said Fog Devils’ coach Real Paiement over the weekend after learning defenceman and captain Zach Firlotte and centre Pier-Alexandre Poulin were having their names added to an already-lengthy infirmary roll.

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