The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League today unveiled the TELUS three stars of the month for October.
The first star is awarded to a Quebec Remparts player for a second consecutive month. This time around, the honour goes to goaltender Louis Domingue after he posted a perfect 10-0 record along with a 1.96 goals-against-average and .913 save percentage. Domingue also collected one shutout. Four of his ten wins came in overtime.
The second star goes to Drummondville Voltigeurs winger Ondrej Palat. The forward was an offensive force in October, registering 11 goals and 13 assists in fourteen games. Moreover, he posted a steady +6 rating and failed to collect a point in only two contests.
The third star is none other than Shawinigan Cataractes goaltender Gabriel Girard. In seven games, the Cataractes’ netminder stopped 204 of 218 shots to propel his team to five wins. Over the past four weeks, Girard maintained a 2.02 goals-against-average and an outstanding .936 save percentage. Furthermore, he recorded one shutout.
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