Position - Goaltender.
Age - 19 (born 05-01-94).
Height - 6'2".
Weight - 210 pounds
Hometown - Victoriaville, Que.
Jersey Number - 27.
2012-13 Team - P.E.I. Rocket.
Pre-game - Pasta and chicken with rosé sauce.
When I'm not playing hockey I like to… “hang out with my friends.”
The Charlottetown Islanders hit the road tonight to play the defending Memorial Cup champs in Halifax.
Game time is 7 p.m. at the Halifax Metro Centre.
"It's going to be a great challenge for us," said Islanders coach Gordie Dwyer. "It's a huge test for our team."
The Islanders (10-2-0-1) hold a three-point lead over the Halifax Mooseheads (9-7-0-0) in the Telus Maritimes Division.
The Islanders have won three straight while the Mooseheads come off a 5-3 loss to Rouyn-Noranda on Saturday.
"Halifax were the favourites in our division this year, before the season started, and they have a lot of great returning players" and good newcomers, Dwyer said. "They've got some top-end talent."
That includes the likes of Jonathan Drouin, who the Tamp Bay Lightning selected with the third overall pick in the NHL Draft, Brooklyn's Darcy Ashley, Hunter River's Brent Andrews, Andrew Ryan, Luca Ciampini and Euro Nikolaj Ehlers.
They also have Zachary Fucale in goal. Antoine Bibeau gets the start for the Islanders.
Charlottetown's top scorers are captain Jack Nevins with 15 points in 13 games and rookie Daniel Sprong with 14 points in 13 games.
Charlottetown won the first meeting between the two clubs, 5-2 at home on opening night.
The Islanders are on the road this weekend with games at Quebec on Saturday and Rimouski on Sunday.