Louis Leblanc Was Selected 18th Overall by Canadiens in 2009 NHL Draft


February 9, 2011

While he may have gone to school in Boston, attending Harvard, Louis Leblanc got a homecoming of sorts in the 2009 NHL draft.

The Four's Trivia Question of the Day asked which former Harvard player was selected by Montreal in the first round, and it was the Quebec native that was taken by the Canadiens with the No. 18 pick in the draft after he registered a succesful career with the Crimson. After spending the 2009-10 season at Harvard, Leblanc has spent this season in juniors.

Meanwhile, Jordan Caron, who was selected by the Bruins seven picks after LeBlanc, started the season with the B's before being sent to Providence, but was recently called back up to the big club.

For every NESN televised Bruins home game this season, NESN and The Four's will be teaming up to offer B's fans the chance at winning a $50 gift card to The Four's Restaurant and Sports Bar by simply answering a trivia question found at NESN.com/thefours. Questions will be posted at noon every afternoon on the day of a Bruins home game, unless otherwise noted.

Previous Article

Report: Albert Pujols, Cardinals Unlikely to Reach Deal on Contract Extension Before Deadline

Next Article

Send Your Favorite Bruins Fan Photos to Be Showcased on NESN

Picked For You