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Won all three games since returning to the QMJHL. .950 save percentage in that time. Now has a .906 save percentage. Lowest GAA in the league. And if he wins tomorrow he'll make history and be the only goalie ever in the QMJHL to get 100 win in less than 150 games. He currently has 99 in 144 games.

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Won all three games since returning to the QMJHL. .950 save percentage in that time. Now has a .906 save percentage. Lowest GAA in the league. And if he wins tomorrow he'll make history and be the only goalie ever in the QMJHL to get 100 win in less than 150 games. He currently has 99 in 144 games.

The news on him just keeps getting better. With 6 games left, he should win at least one of them.

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Zachary Fucale took home two trophies from the QMJHL awards banquet Wednesday night. The Halifax Mooseheads goaltender, who was selected by the Canadiens in the second round (36th overall) of last year’s NHL draft, won the Jacques Plante Trophy for posting the league’s best goals-against average (2.26) and the Paul Dumont Trophy as the personality of the year.

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Zachary Fucale took home two trophies from the QMJHL awards banquet Wednesday night. The Halifax Mooseheads goaltender, who was selected by the Canadiens in the second round (36th overall) of last year’s NHL draft, won the Jacques Plante Trophy for posting the league’s best goals-against average (2.26) and the Paul Dumont Trophy as the personality of the year.

Looks like our goaltending will continue to shine bright for a while :D.

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Zachary Fucale took home two trophies from the QMJHL awards banquet Wednesday night. The Halifax Mooseheads goaltender, who was selected by the Canadiens in the second round (36th overall) of last year’s NHL draft, won the Jacques Plante Trophy for posting the league’s best goals-against average (2.26) and the Paul Dumont Trophy as the personality of the year.

I bet MB loves this

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I have to agree with Drouin, his superstitions are weird. But then again, please tell me a goalie that isn't weird? :P Fucale's reaction though :lol:.

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Yes but the coach will play the other goalie against the U.S..

I don't understand that move at all. As a Habs fan of course I want Fucale to play, but Comrie is no slouch either and I could understand starting him. Fucale is the safer bet but I think the coach really prefers Comrie. His hesitation could cost team Canada. He should have made a choice after the second game, and only switched if there was a really bad game. He's trying to hedge his bets and get what he really wants and it could end up costing the team.

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Can't wait to see this kid in the Hammer, while Mike Condon is a decent tender, he's not going to crack the Habs roster, espcially with Torkarski backing up Price. Fucale though...he could be just what the Dogs need to win another Calder.

always fun to look back on predictions

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