INCH A-Z: Jeremy Langlois, Quinnipiac
The following featuring Quinnipiac senior forward Jeremy Langlois appeared August 22 on the Inside College Hockey (INCH) Web site.
By Joe Gladziszewski
Sr. | F | Tempe, Ariz.
Key Statistics: Langlois led Quinnipiac in goal-scoring in each of the last two seasons. As a sophomore in 2010-11, he scored 18 goals. He backed that up with a 17-goal junior season in 2011-12 with a career-high 26 points. He scored seven power-play goals and three game-winning goals last season.
What He Does: For even the closest followers of ECAC Hockey, this trivia question is a difficult one – Who has the most career goals among returning ECACH players headed into the 2012-13 season? It’s Jeremy Langlois, who has totaled 43 goals in his career. (Daniel Carr and Wayne Simpson of Union are tied for second with 40 each.) He has been a durable forward. Langlois played 35 of 40 games for Quinnipiac as a junior, and when he missed those five games last season due to injury, it marked the first time he was left out of a lineup in his three-year career. He returned from that injury ahead of schedule to help contribute in the playoffs in a limited role, because he was battling a shoulder problem.
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