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Dubeau Invited To Habs Development Camp

Goaltender Alex Dubeau

Although he wasn’t drafted at the NHL Entry Draft, Alex Dubeau still has a chance with an NHL club.

The 20-year-old goaltender from Mascouche, Quebec has been invited to the Montreal Canadiens’ development camp.

Dubeau was selected by the Shawinigan Cataractes in the 1st round (9th overall) at the 2010  QMJHL Entry Draft where he played the first two seasons of his career before joining the Moncton Wildcats in 2012.  This past season, he posted an overall record of 41-13-0-1 with a GAA of 2.99 and save percentage of .900. He also carved his name into the record books with his 16th career shutout in the QMJHL, tying him for the league record with Philippe Cadorette. He ended his QMJHL career second in appearances (228), second in wins (138) and with a Memorial Cup ring (2012).

The Habs’ development camp runs from July 4th to 9th at their practice facility in Brossard, Quebec and will consist of off-ice and on-ice sessions.