Goulet spent three years in the QMJHL, the first with the Quebec Remparts and the latter two with the Moncton Wildcats. He and his team hosted the Memorial Cup in his final year but they lost in the championship game to his former club.
Drafted 7th round (208th overall), 2004 by Edmonton.
2006-07: Played for the Stockton Thunder (ECHL) and played well enough that it earned him a longer AHL look the next season.
2007-08: Goulet was in Springfield for ¾ of the season but was a healthy scratch on several occasions. Also played a dozen games back in the ECHL including the playoffs where he was a point per game player.
Goulet was a lanky winger when he was drafted by Edmonton but has filled out his frame nicely since then. Size and above average speed are his best assets. Consider an extreme project when he was drafted, the Levis, Quebec native has come a very long way from being an underused depth forward with the Remparts to an key scoring winger in Moncton. As a pro he’s gotten stronger but doesn’t appear to have top 2-line upside in the minor leagues. He could still become a solid depth player who can contribute offensively from time to time though.