SAINT JOHN – Two members of the Saint John Seas Dogs have been named Quebec Major Hockey League stars for the month of February.
Sea Dogs captain Jonathan Huberdeau has been named the league’s first star for the month. According to a QMJHL release, “author of 21 points in 10 games, Huberdeau scored 11 goals, including four winning goals. His +/- is just as impressive with +16. Moreover, he played three games of four points in February and is only missing one point to reach his all-time QMJHL career record of 200 points.”
Defenseman Nathan Beaulieu has been named the second star of the month. The Montreal Canadiens prospect “collected 15 assists, a record among all QMJHL players for the month of February with a total of 17 points in 11 games. He also maintained an extraordinary +/- of +12. On February 11th, he landed a new record for a Sea Dogs defenceman with his 135th career point, burying Simon Despres’ 134 points.”
Quebec Remparts forward Frederick Roy was named the third star.
The Sea Dogs went a perfect 10-0 in February, outscoring opponents 52-16. They have a three-point lead on the Shawinigan Cataractes in the race for first place.
Saint John begins their March schedule tonight at 7:30pm against the PEI Rocket.