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Players Perreault, Delorme, Leduc and Tanguay named to QMJHL Hall of Fame @NHL

Players Yanic Perreault, Gilbert Delorme and Richard Leduc and Rimouski Oceanic owner Maurice Tanguay have all been named for induction into the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League Hall of Fame.

The induction ceremonies are scheduled for March 31 in Montreal.

Perreault had 191 goals and 407 points over three seasons for the defunct Trois-Rivieres Draveurs from 1988 to 1991. The centre was league MVP in 1990-'91 after a 185-point season. He was a third-round pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1991 draft.

Delorme had 277 points in 213 games over three seasons with Chicoutimi, setting a record for points in one season by a Sagueneens defenceman with 111. He was drafted 18th overall by the Montreal Canadiens in 1981.

Leduc had 283 points and 448 penalty minutes in only two seasons from 1969 to 1971 with the defunct Trois-Rivieres Ducs. He was drafted in 1971 by the California Golden Seals and played four NHL seasons with Boston and Quebec.

Tanguay, who is in the furniture business, goes in as a builder. He bought the Oceanic in 1995 and the club won the Memorial Cup in 2000 and has had two players drafted first overall by NHL clubs - Vincent Lecavalier and Sidney Crosby.

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