Brodeur, Nadeau, Gilbert named QMJHL stars of the week

By League Press Release

Forwards Étienne Brodeur and David Gilbert as well as goaltender Guillaume Nadeau today were named the TELUS three stars of the week for the period extending November 1st to 7th.

Lewiston MAINEiacs 19 year-old forward Étienne Brodeur is the first star of the week after registering three goals and three helpers for a total of six points in three games. Moreover, he posted a +4 rating. Brodeur was named the game’s first star against Quebec while recording assists on two game-winning goals in two games against Val-d’Or on Friday and Saturday.

Drummondville Voltigeurs backstop Guillaume Nadeau is the week’s second star after he helped the Voltigeurs collect five out of a possible six points in the standings with three stellar performances. He finished the week with a 1,31 goals-against-average and .931 save percentage by stopping 67 of the 69 shots he faced. Finally, he blanked the Baie-Comeau Drakkar 4-0 and the Victoriaville Tigres 2-0. He is actually the dominant goaltender at this category (3 times) in the QMJHL.

Acadie-Bathurst Titan winger David Gilbert is the third star following an impressive three-game stretch in which he collect four goals and three assists while also posting a 0 rating. Gilbert played his best game of the week against Chicoutimi, registering three points. Furthermore, he scored a goal in an empty net against Moncton. He is now having its best week of the season doubling his points (he went from 7 to 14 points in only a few days).