Was one of 40 players selected to the 2008 CHL Top Prospects Game.
Participated in the 2007 Canada Winter Games as a member of Team Quebec, posting three points in the tournament (2-1--3).
His dad, Jean-Francois Sauvé, played for the Buffalo Sabres and the Quebec Nordiques, tallying 65 career goals and 138 career assists in 290 NHL games.
His uncle, Robert (Bob), played 13 seasons in the NHL as a goaltender (Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago, New York Islanders) and was the co-winner of the Vezina Trophy (1980) and the William Jennings Trophy (1984-85). His cousin, Philippe, also a goaltender was drafted 38th overall in 1998 by the Colorado Avalanche – after a few NHL appearance he now plays in the German Elite League.
If he could choose any three people to have dinner with he would choose: his grandmother, sister and brother.
He credits his father for having the most influence on his career for all that he has taught him.
He got his start in hockey with the Seigneurs minor hockey team – “I loved scoring goals when I was three years old and I started when I was four”.
NHL Team:Calgary Flames
NHL Player:Detroit’s Pavel Datsyuk – “he has the best stickhandling”