Timo Meier, Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, on verge of QMJHL Title
The Sharks prospect may get some silverware soon.
The Rouyn-Noranda Huskies demolition of the QMJHL in the playoffs has continued in the final. The Huskies lead Shawinigan three games to one as Rouyn-Noranda fell short of earning a sweep in the final. Shawinigan won game four 6-4. Rouyn Noranda hosts game five on Thursday.
Sharks prospect, and 2015 first round draft pick, Timo Meier has three points in three games for the Huskies this series and a total of 21 in 17 playoff contests. That's second only to Francis Perron on the Huskies and good enough for eighth overall during the second season. The Huskies won games one, two and three by a combined score of 10-4 and have outscored opponents 81-29 in the playoffs.
Meier started out very hot in the playoffs, scoring 13 points in the first round, but has tapered off since then. His 70 shots are tied for fifth in the QMJHL during the playoffs, suggesting he may be going through a bit of a shooting percentage slump at the moment.
Game five gets going at 4 p.m. on Thursday. You can stream the game or listen to the radio broadcast here.