Peter Quenneville

by Kevin Wickersham on December 14, 2017

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Peter Quenneville, C

Shoots: Right

Height: 5-11

Weight: 185

Born: 1994-03-09

Hometown: Edmonton, AB, CAN

Drafted: 2013 Columbus Blue Jackets, 195th overall




December 2017 - This year has been a tough one for Quenneville. Having difficulty adjusting to the slower Czech game, the speedy forward left Tipsport Extraliga with just two goals and an assist in 12 contests and joined Saipa of the FInnish Liiga on a short-term try out contract. Despite offering a bit better production than he showed with Paradubice (3 G, 1 A, 9 games), Quenneville was released from Saipa and is currenly looking for work. Kevin Wickersham 

October 2017 - It hasn't been the strongest of starts for Quenneville or Paradubice this year, as the CBJ draftee has just a goal and an assist in seven games while the club has fallen to next-to-last pace in the 14-team Czech Tipsport Extraliga. Quenneville has amassed 25 penalty minutes however. Kevin Wickersham

July 2017 – Four years after selected by Columbus, the now 23-year-old Quenneville is on the heels of a point-per-game campaign (30 goals, 19 assists in 45 contests), which led the Aalborg Pirates of Denmark’s ten-team Metal Ligaen in scoring. His 49 points was also good for fourth-best in the league. Quenneville now moves on from Aalborg, which ended 2016-17 with the league’s best record, to cellar-dwelling HC Dynamo Paradubice of the Czech Tipsport Extraliga. Having never inked a contract with the Blue Jackets, the chances of him doing so in the near future seem slim. Kevin Wickersham

February, 2015 - In only his second year with the Brandon Wheat Kings of the OHL, Quenneville was named the team's captain. While his production this season isn't quite what it was the previous year, he has still amassed 41 points in 46 games.  - Chris Bagwell


April 2014 – After beginning the year with Quinnipiac University (six games played), Quenneville made the transition to the Brandon Wheat Kings of the WHL. In his rookie campaign with the club, Quenneville excelled with 52 points in 44 games. He leads the team in points-per-game, although he joined the team late into the season. His plus-minus (minus-11) leaves something to be desired, but his offensive ability is unquestionable. The Wheat Kings have advanced to the second round of the 2014 WHL Playoffs where they will meet the Edmonton Oil Kings.   Chris Bagwell


Fantasy Outlook: C

It's still a little too early to tell, but Quenneville looks to project as a solid two-way forward. With added strength and improved offensive skills, he could garner a closer look. 






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