CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) announced on Wednesday, September 25th the officials selected to attend the 2019 Canadian Hockey League (CHL) / National Hockey League (NHL) Development Camp. Summerside native and QMJHL linesman, Tanner Doiron was amongst those selected to attend the event which will be held in Toronto, Ontario from October 17th through October 21th.
Jointly with the QMJHL, WHL and the NHL, the OHL will host this years CHL – NHL officials’ development camp.
At this camp, four (4) referees and four (4) linesmen were chosen from the OHL staff while the QMJHL and WHL delegated two (2) referees and two (2) linesmen.
The following QMJHL officials were selected: (Age)
BERNIER, Marc-André (23)
LABONTÉ, Xavier (24)
DOIRON, Tanner (20)
MICHAUD, Jean-Philippe (25)
“It’s a great honor for Tanner to have been selected by the QMJHL to attend this camp. It speaks to how much they value his skills and future potential in their league and beyond. Tanner has impressed and continues to develop, and this camp is sure to help him as he continues to along that path.” – Paul Matte, Hockey PEI Manager of Officiating
Evaluations during OHL games from NHL Supervisors
Take part in guest speaker lectures from NHL Officials
Take part in on-ice sessions led by NHL Staff.
Hockey PEI would like to wish Tanner the best of luck as he continues his development as an official.
Hockey PEI is the governing body for organized hockey in Prince Edward Island. Hockey PEI’s main purpose is to foster, promote, develop, supervise, regulate and govern the sport of amateur hockey throughout Prince Edward Island. For more on Hockey PEI and its programs visit www.hockeypei.com or contact: