What’s Next For Bruins Prospect Jesse Gabrielle?

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By: Mark Allred   |   Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

At the 2015 National Hockey League Entry Draft from Sunrise, Florida the Boston Bruins selected ten times in the seven-round event to replenish the prospect pool orchestrated by first-year General Manager Don Sweeney. Regardless of popular opinion about how this franchise has drafted lately and who the club could’ve had, I believe in the process of developing and retooling properly while being patient. Many hockey fans have seen late round selections go on to have successful NHL careers and I believe the B’s have one in Saskatchewan, Canada native Jesse Gabrielle.


The 5′-11″ 205-pound left winger has been a pleasure to watch throughout his Canadian Junior career before joining the American Hockey League’s Providence Bruins prior to the 2017-18 campaign. Watching his game and skill set making the rounds in his Western Hockey League career making appearances with the Brandon Wheat Kings (84 Games), two tours with the Regina Pats (60 Games), and the Prince George Cougars (133 Games). The now 21-year-old Gabrielle has a serious chance to make some noise over this offseason assuming he’ll be fully recovered from an injury that held him out the 2018 Mastercard Memorial Cup festivities that were held in his return to his Provinces Capitol of Regina, Saskatchewan.

After starting his first full year of pro hockey in Providence, Jesse didn’t meet the expectations set for himself nor the top minor-pro affiliates management team. After 21 games and four points with the Rhode Island club, he was sent back to the Canadian Juniors in the WHL after his rights were traded from Prince George to Regina. In 27 games for Regina last season, Jesse contributed 19 points in the regular season and zero points in two games in the playoffs before succumbing to his injury calling it a year. As Player Development Coordinator Jamie Langenbrunner said at this year’s development camp from the media room at Warrior Ice Arena, players of Gabrielle’s and later draft classes were granted camp graduate status and didn’t need to attend the annual event.


In my opinion, this offseason Jesse has a lot to prove to management and he’ll challenge for roster spots in either the NHL or back in the AHL with camps starting up in September. Where Gabrielle plays in the pro hockey levels is totally up to him but going back to play in junior hockey won’t happen as he’s not eligible for a return. I would have to say that a full season in the AHL with Providence would suit both sides fairly, but would have to see him not be ready for that opportunity and go down a level in the ECHL with the Bruins Premier “AA” minor-pro affiliate the Atlanta Gladiators.

I know he’s an unproven commodity in the AHL but I always have to look back at his WHL career where he posted 228 points in 277 games and believe he certainly has the talent to stay with Providence for the upcoming 2018-19 AHL season. Take a look at the video below for a small sample size of his offensive capabilities.

Gabrielle compares his game to current NHL Bruins forward Brad Marchand and even said so in an interview with BostonBruins.com’s  Eric Russo back in September of 2017 when Jesse was in town for training camp. Gabrielle had these things to say below and can also be traced back to the original article that Russo wrote HERE.

“I try to learn from him,” said Gabrielle, who is entering his first pro season after notching 35 goals and 29 assists – to go along with 88 penalty minutes – in 61 games for Prince George of the WHL last season.”

“He’s my favorite player and I try to emulate my game after him. I just try to be a sponge around him. When you can watch him play and experience it and have him on the bench….I’m just trying to be a sponge and learn from him.”

“It was fun up until you get over that line just a little bit,” said Gabrielle, who had two shots on goal in just over 10 minutes of ice time against the Flyers, while playing on a line with Riley Nash and Noel Acciari.

“The whole game it was going good. I was getting underneath a lot of their guys’ skin. A lot of NHL guys were coming after me and it was a lot of fun. Like I said, it’s just a learning experience. You live and you learn. It’s not going to happen again.”

“I went up to [Marchand] after the game and talked to him about it,” said Gabrielle, “and he said, ‘You just got to find that line.’ He said, ‘You’re going to get caught sometimes and you just got to learn from it.'”

Brad Marchand had these things to say about Gabrielle’s game also in Russo’s article seen below.

“For sure, especially early on,” Marchand said when asked if he saw similarities between himself and Gabrielle. “He’s doing whatever he has to do to open some eyes and make a name for himself and he’s good at what he does. He had the whole team [the Flyers] hating on him. He had a couple 2-on-1 opportunities, almost scored a goal. He did everything that he was supposed to do.”

“I was the same way coming up. You just try to find your little niche that makes you different from other players and he definitely has that.”

Bruce Cassidy also chimed in on Russo’s article on Boston Bruins.com giving his personal evaluation of the gritty, speedy winger.

“Gets on top of pucks and disrupts the forecheck, very similar to March,” said Cassidy. “He’s got a good shot. He wants to be an agitator, so it is a good comparison. It’s a little premature, but for Jesse – for anybody – it’s a good player to emulate, a guy that fought his way out of the American Hockey League to the NHL, played on a lower line and worked his way up and just wouldn’t be denied. Definitely a good role model for him.”

“It happened in Development Camp, so here’s a guy who walks on the edge, and I thought played a very good hockey game [Thursday],” Cassidy said of Gabrielle. “At ice level, he had a few other guys frustrated. If that is what makes him tick and he can stay on the right side of the line, then we’re OK with it.

“But clearly he crossed it [against the Flyers]. I think if as a young guy, you try to take on the officials in the National Hockey League, you are going to lose, and he lost tonight.”

Below is a 2014 scouting report provided by Elite Prospects writer Curtis Joe.

A gritty winger who plays with an edge and has a nose for the net. Plays an agitative style and is very effective on the forecheck. Possesses good skating ability and is able to evade larger opponents with ease. All-in-all, a scrappy, skilled winger that can be difficult to play against.

Bruins Prospect Jesse Gabrielle To Play In The 100th Memorial Cup

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By: Max Mainville | Check me out on Twitter @tkdmaxbjj

Considered the hardest trophy to win, the Memorial Cup began back in March of 1919, when it was known then as the OHA Memorial Cup. The name “Memorial” was given to the trophy to remember the fallen Canadian soldiers who sacrificed their lives in World War One. When the Canadian Junior Hockey system divided into “A” and “B” categories in 1971, it was given to the highest class of junior hockey players.

In 1972, the tournament adopted a round-robin style, as we typically see in international tournaments. The champions of the Western Hockey League (WHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and Quebec Major Hockey League (QMJHL) play against the host team with the two best during the round-robin battling in the finals to determine the ‘Memorial Cup Champion’.

The 100th Annual MasterCard Memorial Cup begins this Friday, May 18th in Regina, Saskatchewan. Sixty teams had the entire season to get to this moment, but only these four teams will get the opportunity to play in the Memorial Cup.

WHL Champions – Swift Current Broncos

The Swift Current Broncos were considered a team that could possibly have a chance to win the WHL Championship at the beginning of the season, but were often held back from the Moose Jaw Warriors, the Saskatchewan team that most people expected to make it into the final. However, thanks to the massive trade deadline acquisition of Stuart Skinner, the Broncos finished second in the WHL standings, becoming a quick favorite to win it all.

The Edmonton Oilers prospect led the league with six shutouts during the playoffs, captain Glenn Gawdin led the team in points during both the season and the playoffs. Not to mention having the WHL Coach of the Year Manny Viveiros behind the bench, controlling the team’s on ice performance. The Broncos set a Western Hockey League record for most playoff game played in one season (26) after back-to-back game seven series in the first two rounds, following with two consecutive game six wins to take home the WHL Championship.

This will be the third time the organazation will play in the Memorial Cup tournament, winning it back in 1989 in Saskatoon. The only other appearance for the Broncos was back in 1993.

OHL Champions – Hamilton Bulldogs

It’s fairly safe to say that this is uncharted territory for the new Hamilton Bulldogs. After being re-located back to Hamilton, Ontario following a 35-year run in Belleville as the Belleville Bulls, the Bulldogs became an Ontario Hockey League franchise in the 2015-16 season.

In the first season as the Hamilton Bulldogs, they missed the playoffs with a 25-35-8 record. With a quick turnaround the next season, the Bulldogs managed to squeak their way into a playoff berth, finishing the 2016-17 season with a 33-27-8 record, good for fourth in the East. Even with the improvement, the Bulldogs would lose in the first round to the Kingston Frontenacs in six games. The defeat would not slow them down heading into this past regular season.

During the 2017-18 season, the Hamilton Bulldogs finished with the second-best record in the OHL, with a 43-18-7 record. This would lead the team to a solid postseason run. Hamilton would knock off the Ottawa 67s, Niagara Ice Dogs, and the Kingston Frontenacs (rematch of the year prior) all in five games. The dominant playoff success would eventually give OHL fans what they wanted to see from the beginning – Hamilton vs the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, the best team during the regular season. With near ease, the Bulldogs would eliminate the Greyhounds in only six games, winning Game Six by a score of 5-4 on home ice.

This will be the first ever appearance in the Memorial Cup for the Hamilton Bulldogs.

QMJHL Champions – Acadie-Bathurst Titan

After a disappointing second-round exit in the 2016-17 QMJHL playoffs to the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, the Acadie-Bathurst Titan would come back with a vengenace in the 2017-18 regular season. Coming off a 39-23-6 record (6th in the league) for the ’16/’17 campaign, the Titan would win 43 of the 68 QMJHL games this past season, finishing second in the year-end league standings. They only trailed one team – the team who beat them in the previous playoffs, the Blainville-Boisbriand Armanda.

This little rivalry would grow even more as both the Titan and Armanda would meet once again in the QMJHL finals. Before this, however, the Titan would defeat the Chicoutimi Saguenéens in six games, sweep the Sherbrooke Pheonix, and complete another sweep in the semi-finals against the Victoriaville Tigres.

Following a Game One loss, the Titan would come out victorious in Games Two, Three, Five, and Six to eliminate Blainville-Boisbriand and win the QMJHL Championship. Throughout the season and the playoffs, defence has clearly been the top strength for the Titan. Their backend is filled with older CHL players who have more experience.

Host Team – Regina Pats

The Pats are only in the Memorial Cup because they are the CHL team that is hosting the tournament. Back in 2017, it was announced that Regina, Saskatchewan would host the event, beating out Hamilton, Ontario and Oshawa, Ontario. The Pats are the league’s oldest franchise, with play dating back to 1917. Regina has appeared in a record 16 Memorial Cup tournaments and also have appeared in the most Memorial Cup finals (13). The franchise has won the trophy on four occasions – 1925, 1928, 1930, and 1974.

This year, the Pats finished the league with the seventh-best record (40-25-7), good for a playoff berth in the WHL postseason. However, the run to a WHL championship would end abruptly, losing in seven games to the eventual WHL Champion, the Swift Current Broncos. The loss stung a bit more than usual for the Pats. They took Game Six on home ice by a whopping score of 7-3, only to lose in Swift Current, 4-3 in the final Game Seven.

While the Regina Pats seem like just another CHL team in the 100th Memorial Cup, they actually have some connections to the current Boston Bruins – prospect Jesse Gabrielle.


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Jesse Gabrielle was the Boston Bruins’ 105th overall draft selection (4th Round) in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. The 6’0″ 205-pound, Moosomin, Saskatchewan native impressed Boston scouts enough with a 25-point season in 33 games the year before his draft with Brandon Wheat Kings, and another 19 points in 33 games with the Regina Pats also in the 2014-15 season.

It wasn’t until after he was drafted that he impressed in the WHL. With the Prince George Cougars in the 2015-16 season, Gabrielle scored 40 goals and added 35 assists for a 75-point year in only 72 games played. Then again in the 2016-17 campaign, he would finish with 35-29-64 totals in 61 games along with a +17 rating.

The solid two seasons with the Cougars would pay off, as Gabrielle began his 2017-2018 season with the AHL’s Providence Bruins. However, due to poor attitude in the locker room, he would be healthy scratches in many games, causing him to only play in 21 games last season with the Boston affiliate team. In that span, he would struggle – only one goal and four points.

In January of 2018, the Boston Bruins announced that they would send down Gabrielle to the Western Hockey League. Just days before, Gabrielle was traded from the Prince George Cougars to the Regina Pats, who wanted Jesse for their Memorial Cup run.

Gabrielle would play in 27 regular season games with the team, producing 13-6-19 totals in that span. The move added scoring depth to the Pats, something they wanted heading into the playoffs. Unfortunately for Regina and Gabrielle, he would sustain an injury in the final weekend. Jesse would be a scratch for the Pats in Game One of the playoffs against the Broncos.

Gabrielle would get to play two games in the first round, his first coming in Game Three. Gabrielle was held off of the scoresheet, in a 4-1 loss. Gabrielle would not be slotted into the Pats’ linup for the next three games, but would indeed make his second appearance in the 2018 WHL Playoffs in Game Seven, where he again failed to tally a point and only landed a single shot on the net.

Clearly, Regina was eliminated in the first round in that Game Seven, which is the main cause of Swift Current winning the WHL Championship and earning their spot in the 100th Memorial Cup. Jesse Gabrielle has had since April 2nd to recover from the injury that was hindering his playing time in the WHL Playoffs.

Still, there are rumours around Twitter that Gabrielle may still be on the Pats’ injury list, but according to numerous podcasts across the hockey community, Gabrielle is expected to play in the tournament and is also expected to play a big role in a possible successful result for the Regina Pats.

It is very possible this Tweet is not true, but it is a good idea to consider the possiblity of Gabrielle not playing.

A strong Memorial Cup (if he does play) could bring him back on the Providence Bruins roster for the 2018-2019 regular season. This is a big opportunity for Jesse to get back into the position he was once in just a short time ago.

The action begins this Friday as the Regina Pats take on the Hamilton Bulldogs at 8:00pm Regina (Central) time. On Saturday, the Acadie-Bathurst Titan will play the Swift Current Broncos at 2:00pm Central time. The six round-robin games will come to an end on Wednesday, May 23rd with a tie-breaker game (if required) on Thursday, May 24th. As of May 17th, the Final for the 2018 Memoral Cup will be on Sunday, May 27th at 5:00pm Central time.



Bruins Prospect Gabrielle Adjusting Nicely In WHL Return

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By: Mark Allred                 Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Boston Bruins prospect Jesse Gabrielle entered his first year of professional hockey in October of 2017 with the B’s top minor-pro affiliate the Providence Bruins, but after a four-point effort in 21 games in Rhode Island, the B’s organization felt his development would benefit him greatly with a return to the Western Hockey League. His career in one of the top major-junior leagues in Canada has been impressive so far for the 20-year-old forward as he’s contributed 214 points in 254 games.


Gabrielle, a Moosomin, Saskatchewan native was drafted in the fourth round of the National Hockey Leagues Entry Draft in 2015 and Bruins scouts saw something in him for a mid-round selection as a player with grit, speed, and uncanny offensive attributes. That is still true today as he continues to develop and his demotion should not be a question of character or draft bust. Moves like these from NHL clubs happen quite often for those who follow players in the prospect rankings on a regular basis, and most turn out successful as an act of continued learning. His offensive talents can’t be denied as he posted 130 goals as a bantam in 117 games as a 13-year-old to move up to be a fifth-round selection of the Brandon Wheat Kings to start a four-year career in the WHL to score 113 goals.

The Hockey Writers Bruins contributor Brandon Share-Cohen wrote a solid piece about Jesse back in September of 2017, mentioning that the rugged winger could be in the mix of cracking the NHL B’s roster as his “dark horse” pick. Although Brandon’s thoughts didn’t come to fruition, that doesn’t mean he won’t be in the mix next season during the 2018 Development Camp, Rookie Camp, or NHL training camp from the Warrior Ice Arena during the Bruins events in the summer offseason. Even if he doesn’t make the NHL roster next season, he’ll still be a valuable asset to the Bruins depth with two remaining years left on his Entry-Level contract that he signed in December of 2016.


This year, the City of Regina, Saskatchewan was selected to host the 100th Anniversary of the Memorial Cup which today is sponsored by Mastercard. This is a great opportunity for Gabrielle to not only be an agitator and offensive threat but his experience and WHL veteran leadership will be heavily relied on regardless of what line he plays on. With the City of Regina hosting the popular four-team round-robin tournament from May 17th – 27th 2018, a return to the Providence Bruins isn’t out of the realm if the B’s make a deep Calder Cup Playoff run.

So far this season the Regina Pats are sitting in the first position in the Eastern Conference Wild Card standings with a 24-19-4-0 record (52 Points) in 47 games played and are on a four-game winning streak since the Gabrielle was returned to the area he grew up around. From the video provided above from the Pats official Twitter account, he looks happy to be bad and has a positive attitude regardless of the current situation. One of his key attributes is his eagerness to help any team no matter what level as in the short time with the Pats so far in his return with 3-2-5 numbers in those four games.




Report: Bruins Return Gabrielle To WHL

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By Mark Allred             Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Word out of the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island last night during the Providence Bruins and Hartford Wolf Pack game was the Boston Bruins are expected to send 2015 fourth-round draft pick Jesse Gabrielle back to the Canadian Juniors. The 5′-11″ 205-pound left winger has struggled in his first professional season in the American Hockey League only producing four points in 21 games played. Speculation of the Gabrielle move came yesterday when his rights with the Western Hockey Leagues Prince George Cougars were traded to the Regina Pats where Jesse spent some time after being traded from the Brandon Wheat Kings in the 2014-15 season.



As mentioned above, the gritty Gabrielle is no stranger to the Canadian Junior ranks in the WHL appearing in 250 contributing 209 points. His best seasons in the tough western developmental league came in 2015-16 when he contributed 40-35-75 numbers in 72 games, then followed those efforts up with a 35-29-64 year in 2016-17. The trade and placement back in the WHL with Regina is an interesting move because the team and city are to host the 2018 Mastercard Memorial Cup an end of the year four-team round-robin tournament featuring the Ontario Hockey Leagues J. Ross Robertson Cup winner, Quebec Major Junior Hockey Leagues President’s Trophy winner, and the WHL’s Ed Chynoweth Cup. The city that is fortunate enough to host this popular event automatically gets involved in this tournament and this will be the second time since the inception of the four-team event in 1982 that Regina, Saskatchewan will host the festivities.

This year marks the 100th year of the Memorial Cup and in an article published shortly after hearing the great news by the official Regina Pats website, Shaun Semple, President and CEO of the Brandt Group of Companies and Chair of Regina’s Host Organizing Committee said “Our local team worked hard to put together a great bid, and we are extremely excited, and honoured, to be able to host the 100th Mastercard Memorial Cup,” also adding “We’ve got some great ideas and plans, and we look forward to the opportunity to engage with junior hockey fans across the country, as we celebrate this historic centennial year.”


Regardless of the festivities being held in Regina this year, this opportunity for Gabrielle should be a positive move for both organization and player as developing kids for the professional ranks has never been more important. Although Jesse might be disappointed with the return to a lower-level of play, I expect him to carry a high level of professionalism and cease the opportunity at hand to work hard and prove to the Bruins Brass that he should be a factor in returning to the AHL as a better all-around asset that can contribute offensively with more consistency that many folks that follow him close know he can do. I wish nothing but the best for the young talented player and will do my best to keep folk updated with any news made in his return to the WHL.


Bruins Sign Szwarz To One-Year Deal

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By: Mark Allred                        Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

The Boston Bruins announced earlier today that the team has come to an agreement on keeping forward Jordan Szwarz with the organization for another year. The 26-year-old Ontario, Canada native has played in 312 career American Hockey League games primarily with the Arizona Coyotes minor-pro affiliates posting 69-97-166 numbers but in 35 career National Hockey League games when he’s been called upon has only produced four points with a +/- of -8. The deal with Szwarz is a two-way deal worth a reportedly $650,000 at the NHL level.


Last season the 5′-11″ versatile forward (C/RW) played his only season with Boston’s top minor-pro affiliate the Providence Bruins after starting the 2016-17 campaign as an invite to training camp which turned into aa professional; try-out shortly after.  The Baby B’s franchise saw enough of the crafty forward and signed him to an AHL one-year deal in early November of 2016 where he’d go on to play in 65 games last season posting career highs with 22-32-54 numbers and lead the Providence team in scoring just five points ahead of Bruins prospect Jake DeBrusk who had 49 points.


From watching every Baby B’s game last year that he made an appearance, I have to say I was pleased with his production as a smaller player not only in 5V5 gameplay but a lethal weapon on the special teams as he uses his quick speed to avoid troubling scenarios.  I thought him and Austin Czarnik worked well together covering the 200 feet of ice on a game to game basis. Hard for me to judge if he’s a candidate for a roster spot in September but will certainly challenge some players who are also heavily favored to be in the mix of playing in the NHL for the first time. If Providence is an option, I believe he has the skill and capabilities to pass 60 points next season and could benefit greatly with newcomers Jesse Gabrielle and Zach Senyshyn eligible for full AHL time in 2017-18.







Bruins Prospect Gabrielle Joins Providence Team

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By Mark Allred            Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

After a 4-2 best-of-seven first-round Western Hockey League playoff series exit at the hands of the Portland Winterhawks last Monday, Prince George Cougars forward and Boston Bruins prospect Jesse Gabrielle is heading to the American Hockey League on a full-time basis. The 6′-0″ 205-pound left winger has played for the Brandon Wheat Kings, Regina Pats, and Prince George in his four-year WHL career and is now ready to step onto a Providence Bruins roster who has three regular season games remaining in the 2016-17 season and Calder Cup Playoff run.


In 250 career games in the WHL, the 19-year-old Saskatoon, Saskatchewan native posted impressive numbers in one of the tougher leagues in the Canadian Junior Hockey League system with 110-99-209 totals, a career plus 21, and an astonishing 376 penalty minutes. His WHL playoff numbers in 27 games played are 6-9-15. Drafted by the B’s in the fourth round of the 2015 National Hockey League Entry Draft, Gabrielle possesses an uncanny knack for finding the net in the offensive zone. He’s a gritty winger who’s not afraid to get into those tough areas along the boards, but also has a tremendous offensive upside for a crafty highly skilled forward which was on display in the 2015-16 season where he had career highs posting 40-35-75 numbers.


Gabrielle signed a three-year entry-level deal with the Bruins organization in December of 2016 with this being his last year of WHL eligibility as he turns 20-years-old this June. In three regular season games last year with the Baby B’s team, Jesse went pointless but showed he can, in fact, skate at the AHL level but also showed he can be a pest having many like myself comparing him to current Bruins agitator Brad Marchand. With the addition of this skilled forward onto the Baby B’s squad, it’s going to be exciting to see in the next few weeks who else might join this team as they become available this spring or the start of next season.


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Bruins Sign Prospect Gabrielle To Entry-Level Deal


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By: Mark Allred   ( @BlackAndGold277 )

The Boston Bruins announced today that the club has come to an agreement on a three-year entry-level contract with forward Jesse Gabrielle. The gritty 6′-0″ 205-pound Moosomin, Saskatchewan native was selected in the fourth round of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft and is currently playing in the WHL with the Prince George Cougars.


In 215 career WHL games, Gabrielle has 94-82-176 numbers with his best offensive season coming in the 2015-16 year where he netted 40-35-75 totals for his Cougars team. He has tremendous speed for a skilled winger and is an effective forechecker with his skating ability.  This season in 26 games with the 22-8-2 (Second in Western Conference) he’s contributed 19-12-31 totals.


It’s believed the 19-year-old winger will remain in the WHL until the end of the season and be eligible for the AHL Providence Bruins or the NHL Bruins next season. Gabrielle played three games for the Baby B’s at the tail end of the 2015-16 season but went pointless in that time.


Bruins Prospect Gabrielle Nets Three In Win Over WHL Victoria


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By: Mark Allred   ( @BlackAndGold277 )

Boston Bruins prospect and WHL’s Prince George Cougars forward Jesse Gabrielle scored a hat trick in a 4-2 win over the Victoria Royals at the CN Centre in Prince George, British Columbia last night.


The 2015 fourth-round selection of the Bruins is currently on a three-game point streak (4-2-6) and has 16-11-27 numbers in 22 games played this season. The 6′-0″ 205-pound Moosomin, Saskatchewan native is the leading goal scorer on the Cougars team and is in second in points with 29 (Leader 29).




Below is a link to watch the highlights from last night’s Prince George victory and Gabrielle’s hat trick.