Scholastic players for the month of February, 2018


Boucherville, March 7, 2018 –  After compiling the latest school results, team academic consultants from around the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League released the latest names of the Scholastic Players of the Month for February.

This initiative’s goal, which was developed by the QMJHL and its member clubs, is to recognize student athletes’ performances both on the ice and at school. The players are selected for their school results, their implication, the school-hockey conciliation, their team spirit and their on-ice performances.

City Player Educational Institution Program
BAC Hugo Savinsky Cégep de Baie-Comeau Business
BAT Logan Chisholm Bathurst High School University Prep
BLB Samuel Leblanc St-Malachy Memorial High School Grade 12
CAP Noah Laaouan Sydney Academy High School
CHA Sam King University of Prince Edward Island Business
CHI Morgan Nauss Athabaska University Independent student
DRU Yvan Mongo Cégep de Drummondville Human Sciences
GAT Pier-Olivier Lacombe Cégep de l’Outaouais Accounting
HAL Brett Crossley St. Mary’s University Commercial Management
MON Mark Grametbauer Crandall University / Ontario Virtual High School Business
QUE Andrew Picco Acadia University French and nutrition
RIM Anthony D’Amours Cégep de Rimouski Industrial Maintenance
ROU Tyler Hinam Acadia University Business
SHA Mathieu Samson Séminaire Sainte-Marie Secondary 5
SHE Olivier Crête-Belzile Cégep de Sherbrooke Natural Sciences
SNB Bailey Webster University of New Brunswick / Acadia Biology and nutrition
VDO Alexandre Couture Cégep de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue Human Sciences
VIC Justin Paré Cégep de Victoriaville Human Sciences
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