It was only a formality since the cancellation of the rest of the season in the national hockey League the Quebec major junior (QMJHL) on march 17, but the circuit was keen to point out Saturday, on its web site, the granting of the trophy Jean Béliveau in Quebec Alexis Lafrenière, of the Océanic de Rimouski.
Lafrenière, who could be selected first overall in the next draft of the national hockey League, has effectively concluded the season at the top of the column of pointers with 112 points in 52 games. The young man from St-Eustache is older than 18 years of age.
The QMJHL has also pointed to the efforts of the Russian Egor Sokolov, of the Eagles of Cape-Breton, the champion goal scorer. The player of 19-year-old completed the season with 46 goals, two more than Alex-Olivier Voyer, of the Phoenix of Sherbrooke (44).