Moncton Wildcats netminder Alex Dubeau is a veteran in the QMJHL. He’s played five seasons in the league, won a Memorial Cup with the Shawinigan Cataractes in 2012, and has played in the post-season in all five of his seasons.
If there’s anyone actively playing who has seen it all, it’s Dubeau.
He wasn’t happy with what he’s been seeing, and more importantly, feeling through two games in his team’s series against the Chicoutimi Saguenéens. The Sags upset the heavily-favoured Wildcats 3-2 Sunday which saw the series even up at one game apiece.
“It’s flagrant,” Dubeau said about the frequent run-ins he’s had with opposing forwards so far in the series.
“The refs have to know; it’s been two games now. We want the game to be fair.”
Saguenéens coach Yanick Jean wouldn’t comment on specific game strategies, but did say that it’s the Wildcats who feel the pressure of the series. He added he was satisfied with the discipline of his team in game two, even though the Wildcats scored twice onRead More »from Dubeau not happy with Chicoutimi coach Jean’s rough, but expected, tactics