Invitation camp de développement 👊
Charles-Antoine Lavallée est invité au camp de développement des @EdmontonOilers.
Félicitations Lavy ! 🙌 pic.twitter.com/7VU7LTWr1Q
— Cataractes de Shawinigan (@Cataractes_Shaw) July 8, 2022
Similar to the last time Shawinigan was in the Cup, the ‘Cats come into the tournament with a two-headed monster in goal. Charles-Antoine Lavallée played more of the playoff minutes, but less in the regular season, although he lead the league with a 2.40 GAA. Antoine Coulombe was steady all season long, playing over 2,200 regular-season minutes with a .907% and a 2.73. Coulombe started the final game against Charlottetown, but was pulled in the second period only to have Lavallée come in to stop all 14 shots he faced to lead the ‘Cats to their first ever QMJHL title.