Queneville occupies a position of emergency for Lusatian foxes

Queneville occupies a position of emergency for Lusatian foxes

white water. Logiser Fuchs announced another new addition. Peter Queneville will wear the blue and yellow jersey for the coming season. The 27-year-old striker was born in Edmonton, Canada, weighs 84kg and stands 1.82m tall, and has stormed for the Rapid City Rush in the North American ECHL for the past two seasons.


The winger, who can also be used as a centre, was able to score a total of 126 points (52 goals/74 assists) in 119 games. Peter Queneville comes from a hockey fanatic family. His brothers John and David also play ice hockey in the AHL and Norway. His cousin Joel Queneville was a former ice hockey player and is currently the head coach of the Florida Panthers in the NHL.

However, Queneville itself is not new to European ice hockey. In early 2016, the right-hander dared to move to Denmark, where he ran for Aalborg. A year later he was drafted for the first Czech league for HC Dynamo Pardubice. Here, however, he played only 12 games and moved to Finnish club Saipa during the season. But Finland was only a transit station for the striker, because after 9 games he went back to Aalborg, where he won the championship with the Pirates. He scored 15 goals in 29 games and provided 7 assists.

Their last stop in Europe for a while was Sparta Sarpsborg in the Norwegian First Division the following year. Here too, he assured with 56 scorer points (23/33) in 54 matches. Head coach Chris Straub on the Canadian signing: “I’ve known Peter since 2016 where he played at Aalborg. He was top scorer there and also became champion in 2018. Peter is a leader, he has good hands, good pace and high Has aggressive agility. He is an attacking striker who relies on his good stickhandling and good running skills to create scoring opportunities. These special characteristics allow him to create situations whether alone or in a high number of strikes Ever since I’ve seen him in Denmark, he has steadily improved his scoring touch and shows his observation in the offensive zone. His stature enables him to fight vigorously for the puck in the corners and along the boards.” Peter Queneville will wear the number 8 on his back at Weisswasser.

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