Gauthier-Leduc, Pageau, Huberdeau named QMJHL stars of the month

By League Press Release

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League announced today the TELUS three stars of the month for October.

The first star is awarded to Jérôme Gauthier-Leduc. In twelve games, the Rimouski Océanic all-star defenseman scored 9 goals and added 12 helpers while posting a +12 rating. Gauthier-Leduc enjoyed a record-breaking stretch in which he registered at least one goal in eight consecutive games, eclipsing a 32 year-old record held by Gaston Therrien. The record was established against his former club, the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, on October 21. Moreover, he collected at least two points in eight games.

The second star goes to Jean-Gabriel Pageau. The Gatineau Olympiques right-winger scored an incredible 14 goals and added 6 assists in ten games; a two-point-a-game pace. Furthermore, he posted a +4 rating. The 19 year-old scored at least two goals in five games over the four-week span. Pageau also recorded a game-winner. The Olympiques won six games over that stretch.

The third star is the property of Jonathan Huberdeau. The Saint John Sea Dogs forward was the League’s top point-getter in October, collecting 22 points in ten games. Furthermore, he enjoyed five games in which he registered at least three points and posted an amazing +18 rating. Saint John has won its last seven games.