Alexandria's Jeremy Quesnel set for new hockey challenge south of the border
21-year-old to play at SUNY Potsdam while studying exercise science
A 21-year-old hockey player from Alexandria will be heading south of the border to pursue his passion for the game while studying exercise science at SUNY Potsdam, an NCAA Division III program.
Jeremy Quesnel spent the last three hockey seasons with the CCHL junior ‘A’ Hawkesbury Hawks. In 112 regular-season games, the forward netted 73 points. Last season’s playoff run with the Hawks saw him notch 14 points in 14 games.
Previously, he played 120 games with the CCHL Cornwall Colts, following one season with the U18 ‘AAA’ Colts. He’s a product of the Eastern Ontario Wild ‘AAA’ hockey program.
Quesnel tells me that he has arrived in Potsdam, where today, August 29, he begins his freshman year of studies. As for his university hockey team, the Bears will open their 2022-23 season on October 29 in Geneva, N.Y., where this squad will take on Hobart. The team’s first home game is slated for November 11.
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