Martin St-Louis’ son is selected for the Hlinka-Gretzky tournament

While it’s not too surprising, talent runs through the veins of the St. Louis.

In fact, Lucas, Martin’s son, has been selected by the American team for the Hlinka Gretzky tournament, a competition for under-18s that will be held this summer.

That’s a great achievement for the left-hander, as this tournament often has some of the brightest prospects in the draft.

For example, the last edition featured Juraj Slafkovsky, Joakim Kemell and Simon Nemec. However, Canada wasn’t there, so Shane Wright didn’t attend. FYI Matvei Michkov, who is only a 2023 draft pick, had dominated the tournament with 13 points in 5 games.

But back to Lucas St-Louis. The latter had harvested 35 points in 30 games with the Brusnwick School in the 2021-2022 USHS prep. He also played two games in the USHL with the Dubique Fighting Saints.

In his youth he had also played with Medium Fairfield Rangers where he was trained by his father.

When we say Martin St-Louis trained before the Habs Pee-Wees, we’re talking about Lucas’ team!

The Canadian head coach’s youngest son, who is only 17, could even be selected at the amateur auction in 2023.

That would actually be funny to watch.

The young man is also signed to Harvard Crimson for the 2023-204 season. Will he play with Sean Farrell?

This means that he has decided not to join the “CH clique” at Northeastern University.

Remember that, in addition to Riley and Jack Hughes, sons of Kent, this team includes his brother Ryan, not to mention Jayden Struble and, not so long ago, Jordan Harris.

Riley was selected in the seventh round by Jeff Gorton and Rangers, while Jack is draft-qualified this year. Will Gorton play the same chance in round two by choosing his good friend’s son?

Now that they’re working together, probably not, but it would be weird.


– Very encouraging!

– Top honors at the Memorial Cup:

– Can’t wait to see Xhekaj in Laval next year

– Historically, this is the type of trading that doesn’t happen, but it’s still a fun game.

– I can’t wait to see the contract that Luguentz is going to sign there. He quickly becomes the highest-paid Quebec athlete in history.

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