Xavier Delisle profile and the IHL Notebook

By pbadmin

Player: Xavier Delisle
Birthdate: May 24, 1977
Hometown: Sillery, Quebec
Height: 5′ 11″
Weight: 184 lbs
Position: Centre

SEASON TEAM LGE GP G A PTS PIM
1993-94 Granby QMJHL 46 11 22 33 25
1994-95 Granby QMJHL 72 18 36 54 48
1995-96 Granby QMJHL 67 45 75 120 45
1996-97 Granby QMJHL 59 36 56 92 20
1997-98 Adirondack AHL 76 10 19 29 47
1998-99 Cleveland IHL 73 13 28 41 32

Xavier was Tampa Bay’s 6th round choice (157th overall) in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft. Xavier played for the Adirondack Red Wings in his rookie season and had 10 goals 19 assists for 29 points in 76 games. In Xavier junior career he played for Granby of the QMJHL and helped Granby to the memorial cup championship in 1996, and had 13 goals 27 assists for 40 points in 20 games and was named the QMJHL’s Second Team All-Star and the Memorial Cups All-Star Team in 1996. Xaviers best season in junior hockey came in the 1995-96 season when he scored 45 goals added 75 assists for 120 points.
UPCOMING IN THE IHL NOTEBOOK
This upcoming week in the IHL look for profiles and interviews with Dmitri Leonov of the Long Beach Ice Dogs. Dmitri was called up from Idaho and so far has made a significant impact with the Long Beach Ice Dogs. Watch for Tomorrows IHL Notebook to include a personal interview I had with Dmitri and a profile of Dmitri. Marc Lamothe of the Indianapolis Ice and up and coming prospect Randy Copely.
IHL SCOREBOARD FOR MONDAY APRIL 12, 1999
There are no games scheduled for tonite.
IHL FASTFACTS
Milwaukee has the dubious honour of being the team with the longest Turner Cup drought. The Admirals were founded in 1977 and during their 21 seasons they have yet to win the leagues top prize. They have however, made a Turner Cup Finals appearance in 1983 and have made the Turner Cup Playoffs in 19 of 21 seasons. Next in line are the Michigan K-Wings who have not won the Turner Cup in 18 seasons

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