A look back at the Glatfelter Gala 2020-2021 season

Last week concluded the distribution of the 2020-2021 end of season awards. Usually awarded in person, at the Robert-Guertin Center, by an employee of the Glatfelter company, this season everything happened virtually.

Here is a summary of the 2020-2021 awards.


Claude Leblanc is the recipient of the Volunteer of the Year award. Not counting his hours, Claude was present in the team’s entourage throughout the season. Whether it was during the protected environment or on a daily basis at Baribeau Arena, Claude had a smile on his face and a desire to help.

Thanks to Zeus – Men’s Fashion, Claude earns a $100 gift certificate. Congratulations 👏


Not surprisingly, the Glatfelter Community Involvement Award given to Mikael Martel for his project Up’N Down. Encourage Mikael by visiting his Instagram page and website 👉

In order to help him in the creation of his next clothing collections, the organization is offering Mikael a private meeting with the organization’s official graphic designer.

Congratulations Mik 👏


In his first season with the Olympiques, the #8 of the ♠️ quickly integrated as one of the defensive pillars of this young roster. Completing 7 courses this season, while maintaining a 97% GPA, the choice for Student Player of the Year was unanimous.

Glatfelter Student Player of the Year, freshman defenseman Tristan Luneau.

Thanks to Zeus – Men’s Fashion Tristan earns a $100 gift certificate. Congratulations 👏

Appreciated by everyone in the dressing room, Samuel Savoie had quite a season. Despite several lockouts and a season ending injury, Sam never gave up and always arrived at the arena with a smile on his face. He is an important part of the team both on the ice, with his enthusiasm and speed, and off the ice with his outgoing personality. We can’t wait to see you again!
Glatfelter’s “dark hero” player of the year, #93, Samuel Savoie.Thanks to Zeus – Men’s Fashion Samuel earns himself a $100 gift certificate. Congratulations 👏


Once again this season, Rémi Poirier was brilliant in front of his net. He allowed the Olympiques to remain competitive in most games and gave his teammates the chance to win several games.

Continuing to improve, he just had the best season of his QMJHL career with 14 wins in 24 games. He maintained a 2.63 GAA and a .908 SV%, all personal bests. For all these reasons, he is the Glatfelter defensive player of the year.

Thanks to Zeus – Men’s Fashion, Remi earns himself a $100 gift certificate. Congratulations 👏


The Glatfelter Offensive Player of the Year award for the 2020-2021 season goes to veteran Métis Roelens. His 12 goals and 17 assists for 29 points in 31 games were the best per game statistics of his QMJHL career. In a 68 game season, the senior would have had a 27 goal, 38 assist season for 65 points, all personal bests.

For all these reasons, the offensive player of the year award is given to him. Thank you for the past 4 seasons with our organization, you can be proud of your junior career!

Congratulations Métis 👏

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