CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – It’s been a good start to the hockey season for many of PEI’s new and returning top QMJHL eligible players. While some look to reach the next level in their careers, many are returning to familiar territory with experience already under their belt.

Learn who went where by viewing the list of players who have reported to a QMJHL camp for the 2019 season:

  1. Lucas MacAulay – Charlottetown Islanders (Invited)
  2. Alex Graham – Chalottetown Islanders (Drafted)
  3. Matt McQuaid – Charlottetown Islanders (Drafted)
  4. Max Chisholm – Charlottetown Islanders (Drafted)
  5. Zac Arsenault – Charlottetown Islanders (Drafted)
  6. Chad Arsenault – Charlottetown Islanders (Drafted)
  7. Keiran Gallant – Charlottetown Islanders (Drafted)
  8. Landon Clow – Charlottetown Islanders (Drafted)
  9. Matt Gordon – Halifax Mooseheads (Invited)
  10. Tyler Caseley – Halifax Mooseheads (Invited)
  11. Marc Richard – Cape Breton Eagles (Drafted)
  12. Logan-Kelly Murphy – Cape Breton Eagles (Invited)
  13. Erik MacInnis – Moncton Wildcats (Invited)
  14. Connor Keough – Moncton Wildcats (Drafted)
  15. Isaac Wilson – Moncton Wildcats (Drafted)
  16. Colby MacArthur – Acadie-Bathurst Titan (Invited)
  17. Bennett MacArthur – Acadie-Bathurst Titan (Invited)
  18. Zach Biggar – Acadie-Bathurst Titan (Drafted)
  19. Kennedy Gallant – Acadie-Bathurst Titan (Invited)
  20. Will Proud – Drummondville Voltigeurs (Drafted)
  21. Jack Campbell – Drummondville Voltigeurs (Drafted)
  22. Jacob Squires – Rouyn Noranda Huskies (Drafted)
  23. Ed McNeill – Blainville-Boisbriand Armada (Drafted)
  24. Michaal McQuaid – Victoriaville Tigers (Drafted)
  25. Declan MacEachern – Rimouski Oceanic (Drafted)
  26. Bradley Campbell – Gatineau Olympique (Drafted)
  27. Cole Larkin – Acadie-Bathurst Titan (Returning)
  28. Charlie Desroches – Saint John Sea Dogs (Returning)
  29. Thomas Casey – Charlottetown Islanders (Returning)
  30. Chris McQuaid – Gatineau Olympique (Returning)
  31. Carson MacKinnon – Gatineau Olympique (Returning)
  32. Jordan Spence – Moncton Wildcats (Returning)


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