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River Denys’ Ellis has surgery for nagging injury

No NHL organization has more prospect representation from the QMJHL than the current Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues, holding the rights to four QMJHL players, including goaltender Colten Ellis (Rimouski), a River Denys native.
Colten Ellis.- Jeremy Fraser
The Rimouski Océanic will be without their No. 1 goaltender for at least four to six weeks.
Colten Ellis of River Denys had surgery for a nagging undisclosed injury last Thursday. According to the team, Ellis has been dealing with the injury for a “few years.”
The St. Louis Blues third-round draft pick last June has appeared in 15 games this season and has a 9-3-1-1 record, along with a 2.61 goals-against-average and .905 save percentage.
For now, rookie Raphaël Audet will take control of the Rimouski net. He was an eighth-round pick by the Océanic in 2017.
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