Cold team: Halifax MooseheadsDon't worry though, Cam says you played good. I can't wait for us to trade Logan and maybe Knotek or Cheremetiev. Then we will be true cellar dwellers...and then Val d'Or will kiss us all over for having given them our awesome first round pick. I hope they send D'Orso to give us those kisses.
The Mooseheads managed just a single point in four road contests last week as their losing streak has now hit six games. Halifax sits in last place in the Atlantic Division, a position they will be hard-pressed to vacate as the season goes on. The Mooseheads are among the league’s worst at scoring goals and preventing them.
The QMJHL have announced their offensive and defensive players of the week. FOr the second week in a row Drummondville Voltigeurs forward Yannick Riendeau was given Offensive honours, for his 3 goals and four assists in three games.
The defensive player of the week is Simon Despres (hooray). What I find funny is that defensemen never win defensive player for being good defensively...they win for being good offensively. You should be able to win for being a shut-down machine.
Simon Després is the award winner on defense. The Sea Dogs’ defenseman played a key role in three Saint John wins, registering one goal and five assists. He contributed balanced scoring with two points in each contest. Després was also a healthy +3. He will be in uniform for both ADT Canada-Russia contests this week.