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Alexandre Grenier Talk

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Alexandre Grenier
Right Wing
Born Sep 5 1991 -- Laval, PQ
Height 6.05 -- Weight 200 -- Shoots R


Selected by Vancouver Canucks round 3 #90 overall 2011 NHL Entry Draft

--- Regular Season --- ---- Playoffs ----
Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
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2010-11 Quebec Remparts QMJHL 31 9 15 24 6 15 8 8 16 4
2011-12 Halifax Mooseheads QMJHL 64 25 39 64 42 17 4 12 16 19
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http://dansallows.com/player-profile-alexandre-grenier/

Only hockey fans of the QJAAAHL’s Saint-Jérôme Panthers had heard of Alexandre Grenier before the start of this year, but the 19-year-old got an opportunity with the QMJHL’s Québec Remparts halfway through the season and ran with it. The 6-foot-5, 201-pound right winger potted 9 goals and 28 points in 31 games for the Remparts during the regular season, and racked up another 8 goals and 16 points in 15 playoff games. He also scored an impressive 60 points, on 25 goals and 35 assists in just 33 games for the Panthers. Last season, Grenier amassed 54 points, on 26 goals and 28 assists, and averaged 1.33 points per game in his two years with St-Jérôme. Along with having excellent size and reach, he is a good skater, with nice hands, good puckhandling skills, has a tremendous release, adept hockey sense and vision, and plays an overall complete game. So much so, that Québec head coach Patrick Roy would rely on Grenier in several key situations late in the season. At the recent QMJHL Draft, Halifax Mooseheadsm GM Cam Russell traded his 11th overall Euro Pick and PEI’s 4th round pick to Quebec in exchange for the late blooming, somewhat enigmatic forward. Which should improve a club that went a dreadful 20-43-2-3 last season. With his impressive size and overall skill set, it is hard not to imagine Grenier drawing some attention come the 2011 NHL Entry Draft this June.

2010-11 Team: Saint-Jérôme Panthers QJAAAHL/Québec Remparts QMJHL

Born: Laval, QC. September 5, 1991.

NHL Draft Eligibility: 2009

Position: Right Wing

Height: 6.5

Weight: 201

Shoots: Right

2010-11 Statistics (Québec Remparts, QMJHL):

31 GP, 9 G, 15 A, 28 PTS

(Saint-Jérôme Panthers, QJAAAHL):

33 GP, 25 G, 35 A, 60 PTS

2009-10 Statistics (Saint-Jérôme Panthers QJAAAHL):

51 GP, 26 G, 28 A, 54 PTS

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19 year old, where has he been the last two years?

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He will play for the Halifax Mooseheads next year, which is where another one of our prospects play [sawyer Hannay]. From the looks of it, he had a pretty good playoffs. I just wonder if he's a good skater or not.

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Another head-scratcher by MG and Co. today...

Hey, all the scouts do is watch hockey, nothing wrong with bucking the trend at this points of the draft if you think there may be a sleeper lurking around.

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Hey, all the scouts do is watch hockey, nothing wrong with bucking the trend at this points of the draft if you think there may be a sleeper lurking around.

Can it Garth,

I dislike French-Canadian players like this...

This guy is going to be our new Marc-Andre Bernier (see 2003 draft), mark my words.

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He was passed over the 2009 and 2010 draft.

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He was passed over the 2009 and 2010 draft.

After reading avalanch's post, he's a bit of a late bloomer, I'm guessing.

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Can it Garth,

I dislike French-Canadian players like this...

This guy is going to be our new Marc-Andre Bernier (see 2003 draft), mark my words.

Wow.

Personally, I care more about the individual character of a player than if they're French or not.

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LOL French players suck??

Tell that to Bergeron, Lecavlier(sp?), St.louis, Broduer, and countless, COUNTLESS other stars

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Can it Garth,

I dislike French-Canadian players like this...

This guy is going to be our new Marc-Andre Bernier (see 2003 draft), mark my words.

Wow. Seriously? Get out. This is pure racism. Just because he's French Candadian means he's a bust? Just like all those other awful French-Canadians on our team and the league. Ballsdeepfreeze, you're a disgrace.

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A big specimen on our hands who has a great skating stride and the will to score. Will be a very nice turn out for us. Love this pick already.

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Can it Garth,

I dislike French-Canadian players like this...

This guy is going to be our new Marc-Andre Bernier (see 2003 draft), mark my words.

That's some nice prejudice there.

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I guess at his age he'll be making the jump to the AHL/ECHL after this season? A late-bloomer in junior like this makes me think that he might require some testing in the pros before a better picture of his potential is available... That said, his size, skating ability and offensive upside can't help but generate a little bit of excitement right now.

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