Brodeur, Meilleur and Belzile named the QMJHL three stars of the month

By League Press Release

BOUCHERVILLE, Friday, December 3, 2010 – The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League today unveiled the TELUS three stars of the month for November.

The first star is awarded to a Lewiston MAINEiac. This time around, the honour goes to left-winger Étienne Brodeur after he registered nine goals and nine assists for a total of eighteen points in eleven games. The MAINEiacs also won ten games and lost only one during November. Brodeur also scored 3 game-winners this month.

The second star goes to Montreal Juniors defenseman Francis Meilleur. He was an offensive force in November, registering two goals and eight assists in eleven games. Moreover, he posted a steady +/- rating and collected at least one point in nine games. The Montreal Juniors won ten of their eleven games in November. The team is actually ranked second overall in the Q.

The third star is none other than forward Alex Belzile. In ten games, the Rimouski Océanic right-winger registered five goals and thirteen assists for a total of eighteen points. He also had a six-game sequence with at least one point. Finally, he was named TELUS first star of the week for the period of November 15th to 22nd.