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2005–06 Quebec Remparts · NHL
Western Division Champions
Division 1st Western
2005–06 record 52–16–1-1
General Manager Patrick Roy
Coach Patrick Roy
Team leaders
Goals Alexander Radulov(61)
Assists Alexander Radulov(91)
Points Alexander Radulov(152)




Regular seasonEdit

After only five games of the 2005-06 season, the team General Manager, Patrick Roy, decided to take over the coaching job. The team posted only one win after 5 games.


On September 30, 2005, Roy coached his first game, against the St. John’s Fog Devils and won 6-3.




During the season, the Remparts had two winning streaks of 14 and 13 wins. The club was 1st in the Western Division with a record of 52-16-1-1 and 106 points. [1]




Player statsEdit

Player Games Played Goals Assists Points +/-PIM PPG


Alexander Radulov[2] 62 61 91 152 +53 101 22


Marc-Edouard Vlasic[3] 66 16 57 73 +41 57 8





Memorial CupEdit

  • It was the first time two teams from the QMJHL had met in the final. Alexander Radulov scored 55 points.[4]




Team Players drafted into the NHLEdit

Round Pick NHL Team Player Position


2 48Los AngelesJoey RyanD


5127 WashingtonMaxime LacroixL


[5]




Awards and honorsEdit

  • Alexander Radulov, CHL player of the year[6]


  • Alexander Radulov, QMJHL Scoring leader



  • Michel Brière Memorial Trophy - Most Valuable Player, Alexander Radulov


  • Jean Béliveau Trophy - Top Scorer, Alexander Radulov


  • Telus Cup – Offensive - Offensive Player of the Year, Alexander Radulov



  • QMJHL Humanitarian of the Year - Humanitarian of the Year, Joey Ryan




QMJHL All-Star TeamEdit

  • First team, Right winger - Alexander Radulov


  • Second team, Right defence - Michal Sersen


  • Rookie team, Centreman - Angelo Esposito[8]


Team awardsEdit

  • Luc Robitaille Trophy - Team that scored the most goals


ReferencesEdit

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