Shifty offensive winger with good playmaking ability. Lack of size and strength could hold him back but he has the skill to produce at the NHL level.
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May 2023 – After a fantastic season, Dumais was named the MVP of the QMJHL putting up 140 points in 64 games, behind only Connor Bedard in the entire CHL. Granted the QMJHL is an offense first league, the future still looks bright for the 2022 third-round pick. Joshua Rosa
October 2022- Jordan Dumais was sent back to the Halifax Mooseheads of the QMJHL, where the team made him an Assistant Captain. Caleb Kerney
July 2022 – Dumais was drafted 96th overall by the Columbus Blue Jackets. Pat Quinn
January 2022 – Dumais has been an offensive force for Halifax through the first half of the season and one of the top producers in the entire QMJHL. He is currently averaging over a .5 point per game more than the next highest producing draft-eligible player in the league and has emerged as one of the QMJHL’s top prospects for the 2022 NHL Draft.
Dumais is an undersized but offensively gifted winger who uses his quickness and intelligence to pounce on mistakes by the opposition. He has good speed and is strong on his edges, allowing him to quickly alter course in tight spaces, but he suffers from a lack of stride extension that could make his skating an even greater differentiator. Dumais has shown the ability to quickly identify his options and make a play but there are times when he can hold onto the puck a bit too long waiting for things to develop. His ability to escape pressure helps mitigate that issue at the junior level but he will need to improve that part of his game as he progresses. Dumais can play between checks along the wall and has the skill to make plays coming off the boards but I would like to see him get to middle ice more consistently. That said, his vision as a passer makes him a threat on the perimeter where he can pick apart coverages and funnel pucks towards the net. He is dangerous in transition as well, slowing the game down when necessary and using good lateral movement to open up seams off the rush. Though he is more of a pass-first player, he has the hands to finish in close and his release is deceptively heavy for a player of his stature. Dumais isn’t exactly a defensive stalwart and he can get caught leaning towards the offensive end on occasion, but his quick shift ability and intelligence in reading the play usually allows him to recover and stay involved. His lack of size could see him slip in the draft but he has the potential to be a dynamic playmaking winger in the NHL with the proper development. Nick Richard
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|2017-2018||Lac St-Louis Lions Sud U15 AAA||QM15AAA E||29||9||15||24||4||||
|2018-2019||Lac St-Louis Lions Nord U15 AAA||QM15AAA E||30||23||34||57||10||||
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