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Hampton Roads Admirals
Quad City Mallards
Long Beach Ice Dogs
|Born|| January 10 1978,|
Quebec City, QC, CAN
|Pro Career||1994 – 2002|
Étienne Drapeau was (born January 10, 1978 in Quebec City, Quebec) is a retired Canadian ice hockey player. He played as a centre in QMJHL, ECHL, AHL, UHL and WCHL leagues and was selected 99th overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 4th round of the 1996 NHL Entry Draft.
After retiring, he became a musician, writing and composing his own music, and writing songs for other artists as well. He was among the top 10 finalists of the second season of the Quebec musical reality show Star Académie in 2004 and released three studio albums, Je l'ai jamais dit à personne (2007), Étienne Drapeau (2008) and Paroles & Musique (2010).
|1999–00||Hampton Roads Admirals||ECHL||46||10||12||22||167|
|2000–01||Quad City Mallards||UHL||61||13||13||26||205|
|2001–02||Long Beach Ice Dogs||WCHL||28||8||9||17||29|
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