The trade market remains quiet in the LHJAAAQ

Le marché des échanges demeure tranquille dans la LHJAAAQ

It is Thursday evening, 20 h, ends the period of the transactions in the junior hockey League AAA du Québec. And if the trend continues, we will have witnessed one of the periods of trade the most quiet of the history of the circuit.

“It’s jase, but it doesn’t happen much, said the gm and coach of Inouk Patrice Bosch on Wednesday night. There are few transactions and some transactions involving big players. I was expecting a little. “

The Inouk have, however, completed two movements of staff in the last 36 hours. They first enlisted the defender Jeremiah Major, 18 years old, they had drafted in 2017 and has played in 13 games (two passes) with the Huskies of Rouyn-Noranda.

“One speaks of a defender as I would call complete, explained Bosch. He skates well and he knows how to revive the attack. A place waiting with us. “

Then, the Inouk have acquired Jesse Belzil, another defender, from the Arctic to Montreal-North, with Jonathan Casella, even a back, that Bosch had been searching for in Ontario. Casella has had time to play two small games with the Inouk. “Belzil is a good young man and he had a good season in a difficult context “, pointed out by Bosch.

Belzil, 19 years old, has amassed 24 points in 36 games with the Arctic, while spending more than 100 minutes in the dungeon. Before landing in Montreal-North, he had played two seasons in Longueuil.

One thing is for certain, it’s beginning to be defenders of anything in the mass in Inouk. If one can think that some may change your address by Thursday evening, Bosch, to him, is more looking at who could be sent to the attack.

“Miguel Duchaine, Nathan Martel and Tristan Chagnon can all play at the front. Well, we’ll see… “

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