Friday, 27 December 2013

Tommies add more scoring punch for second half

Michael Beaudry - Courtesy QMJHL
The St. Thomas Tommies have added forward Michael Beaudry to the line up for the second half of the AUS season.  This is the third recruit that Coach Pat Powers has acquired recently in addition to Matthew Bissonnette and Ian Saab.

The 5'8" Beaudry is from St. Jerome, QC and is a left handed center that will help spark STU's offensive numbers immensely.  Last season he split his playing time between Val-d'Or and Acadie-Bathurst scoring 34 goals and 47 assists for a total of 81 points.  His previous season in 2011-12 he led the Foreurs in points with 70, including 20 goals and 50 helpers.

Look for Michael to have good chemistry with new recruit Matt Bissonnette, as the two of them teamed up in the second half of last season putting up lots of points with Bathurst.  This latest addition should have STU fans excited to have three solid scoring lines now and a legitimate top line that will have opposing teams looking at the Tommies a little bit differently than the first 14 games.

With all the recent additions Coach Powers will have a few more options at his disposal for STU's up coming playoff push.

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