QMJHL: the Wildcats mop up their debts

LHJMQ: les Wildcats épongent leurs dettes

Even if the pandemic of the COVID-19 has broken their hopes to snatch the top honors, the Wildcats of Moncton are to pay their debts on the transactions market, which will open Wednesday morning.

According to information circulating, on Tuesday, the formation of the New Brunswick will assign to the Halifax Mooseheads for the attackers, Zachary L’heureux and Elliot Desnoyers, aged respectively 17 and 18 years of age, to complete the transactions of Jared McIsaac and Benoit Olivier Groulx from the last Holiday season.

The beak in the water

However, with the health crisis that has shaken the entire planet, the Wildcats were never able to get the return hoped on their investment and are now forced to honor the initial agreement by sacrificing two promising youth.

The Happy has been one of the best rookies in the QMJHL last year, at age 16, scoring 20 goals and 53 points in 55 meetings, a summit which he shared with Isaac Belliveau of the Océanic, among the players of the first year.

It is considered as a hope of its first plan to the session of selection of the NHL in 2021.

In Chicoutimi, the Saguenéens, who, like the Wildcats, have been to cut the grass under foot by the virus, will send the veteran forward Justin Ducharme and defender Gabriel Villeneuve Borers of Val-d’or.

It is a compensation of the exchange of Karl Boudrias, who finished the last campaign in the Kingdom. Drillers should be one of the teams in the most competitive of the Western Conference in 2020-2021.

A guard at Quebec

In the Remparts, Patrick Roy will trust it one more time with a keeper experience for the start of the next season since it will be the acquisition of Thomas Sigouin, 20 years, of the Phoenix of Sherbrooke.

Sigouin (26 PJ – ,901 in the past year) a successor to the Tristan Side-Cazenave in the role of owner hidden, to him who has finished his internship junior.

The commissioner, Gilles Courteau, has assured on Tuesday that the transaction will include special provisions to avoid that the clubs find themselves with empty hands, as was the case with the cancellation of the series, in the case where the next season would not take place.

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