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Another player from the Montreal Canadiens moves to the Washington Capitals and it is the Quebec forward Pierrick Dubé

Published July 2, 2023 at 8:14 PM
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After notably Jonathan Drouin (Colorado), Alex Belzile (Rangers), and Anthony Richard (Boston), yet another Quebecer has left the Montreal Canadiens organization.

As excellently reported by Anthony Marcotte of BPM Sports, the Washington Capitals have announced the signing of Pierrick Dubé, a two-season entry-level contract with the Quebecer who spent the last season with the Laval Rocket.

The agreement will bring him $870,000 if he plays in the NHL and $82,500 in the American League.

"Pierrick Dubé agrees to a two-year, two-way deal with the Washington Capitals. A very good contract for someone who came to the Canadiens' camp last year with an invitation only." - Anthony Marcotte



Dubé, 22, is a 5-foot-9 forward. He amassed a solid 32 points (16 goals) in 44 games in 2022-23 with the Laval Rocket. In addition to 14 points, including 9 goals, in 9 games with the Trois-Rivières Lions.

We wish him the best of luck in his new organization.

He will therefore join veteran defender Joel Edmundson, who was recently traded to Washington.

See the official announcement:


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