Bruins Prospect Pare Has Best Game Of 2017-18

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By: Mark Allred            Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Tonight Boston Bruins prospect and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League Saint John Sea Dogs forward Cedric Pare snapped a six-game pointless streak with his first career two-goal game in a 4-3 overtime loss to the home Moncton Wildcats team. In his previous ten games with the Sea Dogs the sixth round selection of the Bruins only had two points and got those in a game against these same Wildcats where he got a goal and an assist at the end of September. A friend and recent guest of the Black N’ Gold Hockey Podcast Craig Eagles who’s a QMJHL Scout and Tv Colour Analyst was impressed with his game as he tweeted this tonight from New Brunswick, Canada.

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Below is a link to watch the highlights of Bruins prospect Cedric Pare and his first career QMJHL two-goal game courtesy of QMJHL TV.

October 15, 2017,  Saint John Sea Dogs vs. the Moncton Wildcats 

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