|Written by Derek LeBlanc|
May 2012 – Bournival finished his first pro season with 10 goals and 30 points in 69 games, just one point shy of the team best. Most encouraging is his play down the stretch as he tallied 17 points in the final 30 contests. If he can continue next year at this pace he could put himself at the front of the line for a promotion to the Canadiens' main roster. Eric Daoust
December 2012 – Is currently skating on the third line for the offensively inept Bulldogs. Has shown he can be steady and dependable in pro hockey. Looks like, he will become a very dependable prospect in his future years during his growth at the AHL level. His six points currently keeps him on pace with most mid line teammates, and gives a positive feeling towards what kind of offence he could provide in two to three years. Jason Banks
March, 2012: Because of injury and the World Junior Championships, Bournival only suited up for 41 games this season but still managed to put up a 30 goal season. The Cataractes captain is a complete player who is known for his competiveness and work ethic. He is a good skater and is counted on in all situations. He will be playing a major role in Shawinigan quest for the Memorial Cup.
Fantasy Outlook: C-
Modest upside as his offensive production will not likely transfer to the pro game but does possess the drive and skill to become a regular in the NHL.
End to end goal by Bournival:
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|Last Updated on Monday, 06 May 2013 19:52|