- QMJHL teams have been active during the offseason, making several trades and acquiring NHL prospects
- Maxim Barbashev moves from Moncton to Shawinigan after a breakout season
- Ethan Gauthier joins Drummondville, his hometown team, as the first QMJHL player selected in the 2023 NHL Draft
The QMJHL saw multiple trades during the offseason, with several NHL prospects changing teams. This article highlights five players who will be in different places for the 2023-24 season. Maxim Barbashev, who had a breakout year with Moncton, has been acquired by Shawinigan. Ethan Gauthier, the first QMJHL player selected in the NHL Draft, joins Drummondville in a homecoming. Justin Gill, Sherbrooke’s top scorer, moves to Baie-Comeau. Jeremy Langlois and William Rousseau, both instrumental in Quebec’s championship win, will make a significant impact for Rouyn-Noranda. Noah Warren strengthens Victoriaville’s defense. Exciting changes ahead for QMJHL fans!
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