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16-year-old Quebecer who dominates in the U.S. to join Boston University

A few days ago, I wrote an article about Alexis Joseph. The fact that he’ll be making the leap straight into the M18AAA league at the age of 14 deserves to be highlighted in my eyes, because we’re talking about a home-grown prodigy.

But among the young Quebecers who are starting to make a name for themselves, there’s also Zachary Morin.

The 16-year-old completely dominated last season with Detroit Little Caesars U15, racking up 130 points (58 goals) in 77 games.

That’s a lot.

Alexis Joseph and Zachary Morin have a little connection: Morin also had the chance to play in the M18 AAA at just 14 years of age.

Morin spent the 20-21 season in the uniform of the Phénix du Collège Esther-Blondin, collecting 20 points (10 goals) in 37 games.

In short. You may be wondering why I decided to tell you about Zachary today, and the reason is pretty simple. He announced via an Instagram post two days ago that he has committed to Boston University.

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He won’t be jumping straight into the NCAA for next season, though. He’ll defend the colors of the Youngstown Panthoms in 23-24 before joining the university ranks the following year.

In other words, he may not be playing with Lane Hutson, who is expected to finish the next campaign in Montreal once his season in Boston is over.

But like the Alexis Joseph news, it’s worth mentioning.

Once again, we’re talking about a little guy from home who’s doing things the right way… And now his efforts are being rewarded.

Bravo, Zachary!

It’s often said that it’s important to support the next generation, and that’s why I thought it appropriate to share the respective stories of Alexis and Zachary. They deserve to be talked about for what they are currently accomplishing.


– New Rangers signings, including ex-Canadian Paul Mara.

– I wish her well.

– Nice initiative.

– I like to think. But to me, the Wings have a long way to go before they’re competitive.

– Oops.

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