Maxim Noreau is appointed as the player development coach for the defensive team of the Armada de Blainville-Boisbriand, while Jason Pominville and Philippe Dupuis will assist with the development of the forwards, as announced by Olivier Picard, the general manager. Noreau, a 37-year-old retired professional hockey player, brings experience from his time in the LHJMQ and his career in the AHL and Swiss National League. Pominville and Dupuis, former NHL players, will contribute their expertise to various aspects of forward development.

By the Numbers
  • Noreau played 462 games in Switzerland, earning 317 points and a +78 differential.
  • Noreau represented Canada in six Spengler Cup tournaments and two Olympic Games.
State of Play
  • Maxim Noreau appointed as player development coach for defensive team.
  • Jason Pominville and Philippe Dupuis to assist in forward development.
  • Enhancement of player support with the new additions to the development staff.
What's Next

The focus will likely be on improving player skills and team performance under the guidance of the new development staff.

Bottom Line

The Armada de Blainville-Boisbriand strengthens its player development staff with the additions of Maxim Noreau, Jason Pominville, and Philippe Dupuis, aiming to enhance player skills and achieve their goal of winning the championship.