Breaking out the Champagne

Even with most of the big-name players in the stands Friday night, the Concordia Stingers had no problem lambasting a rebuilding Queens team 10-2. Without the likes of captain Joey D’Amico and other familiar starters such as Matt Armstrong and Yannick Noiseux, the younger crowd had their time to shine against Kirk Muller’s squad.

Even with most of the big-name players in the stands Friday night, the Concordia Stingers had no problem lambasting a rebuilding Queens team 10-2. Without the likes of captain Joey D’Amico and other familiar starters such as Matt Armstrong and Yannick Noiseux, the younger crowd had their time to shine against Kirk Muller’s squad.

Leading the way with a hat-trick on the night was second year player Bruno Champagne. The former major-junior player, who last season was centring a line with D’Amico and Fred Faucher, was playing the wing Friday.

Head coach Kevin Figsby was still tinkering with the lineup as of Friday night. It was evident that everyone was trying to make the cut. Rookies Marc-Andre Rizk, Karl Gagn

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