Winnipeg Jets forward Pierre-Luc Dubois leads Quebecers in scoring as the National Hockey League (NHL) season resumes after the break Parties.
In 34 games, the former Columbus Blue Jackets has 15 goals and 22 assists for 37 points so far, 10 more than Jonathan Marchessault (Vegas Golden Knights) and Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins). Held in check in his last two outings, Dubois had an appointment with the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night.
Fourth place on the Quebec list is held by David Perron. Playing with the Detroit Red Wings, the signing of a two-year, $9.5 million contract last summer has amassed 26 points. That's two more than Phillip Danault (Los Angeles Kings) and Jonathan Huberdeau (Calgary Flames). Ranks 7 to 10 are occupied in order by Anthony Mantha (Washington Capitals) and Yanni Gourde (Seattle Kraken), who have 19 points, Thomas Chabot (Ottawa Senators) and Alexis Lafrenière (New York Rangers) , respectively at 18 and 17.
Among goalies, only two men from here can read their names in the league data for 2022-2023: Marc-André Fleury and Samuel Montembeault. The latter has a better efficiency rate, or .912, than his vis-à-vis the Minnesota Wild, which is at .901.