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Scholastic players for the month of January, 2018

 

Boucherville, February 5, 2017 –  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 January.

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 Nathan Légaré École secondaire de Baie-Comeau Secondary 5
BAT Justin Ducharme Cégep à distance Sciences
BLB Luke Henman Nova Scotia Education Development Grade 12
CAP Ross MacDougall Cape Breton University Business
CHA Liam Peyton Ontario Virtual Online High School Grade 12
CHI Jérémy Fortin Cégep de Chicoutimi Human Sciences
DRU Greg Kreutzer Brighton High School Total Package Hockey Academy
GAT Tristan Bérubé Cégep de l’Outaouais Human Sciences
HAL Raphael Lavoie Prince Andrew High School Grade 12
MON Jack Tucker Bernice MacNaughton High School Secondary 5
QUE Olivier Mathieu Cégep Limoilou Human Sciences
RIM Jimmy Lemay Cégep de Rimouski Commercial Management
ROU Samuel Naud Centre Élizabeth-Bruyère Adult Education
SHA Roddie Sandilands ICL Learning Chemistry – Grade 12
SHE Yann-Félix Lapointe Cégep de Sherbrooke Human Sciences
SNB Ben Reid Université du Nouveau-Brunswick (Saint John) Business
VDO Benjamin Dion Polyvalente Le Carrefour Secondary 5 with Enriched Sciences
VIC Jérôme Gravel Cégep de Victoriaville Human Sciences
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