Félix Perreault


Player, Mont-Tremblant Diables (LHJAALL)

I played my junior hockey in my hometown, Mont-Tremblant. After a good rookie season, I was invited to the Gatineau Olympiques camp in the QMJHL. After being cut in the last days, I came back to Mont-Tremblant (Junior AA) for another season. At 20 years old, I was named captain and it changed my life. My coach was a model for me and he taught me a lot about being a good person. Phil Paquette (now Lead-Coach of the College Esther-Blondin Phenix) is the best coach I’ve ever had. When I finished my career at 21 years old, Phil asked me to coach with him and it was with great pleasure that I accepted his offer.

Assistant-Coach, Mont-Tremblant Diables (LHJAALL)

Coaching was pretty fun and a good experience. It’s my coaching experience that confirmed that I was born to be a scout. I would often forget to call the next players because I was scouting the players’ skills instead of doing my coaching job.



Scout, HockeyProspect (Independent Scouting Service)

HockeyProspect was the 1st organization to believe in me, and it’s with them that I learned what a scout’s job is. I could never thank Jérôme Bérubé enough for the opportunity he gave me when he added me to his scouting staff.

Scout, Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL)

The greatest part of my hockey career was when I got hired as a scout by the Moncton Wildcats. I was so proud because Moncton is an amazing organisation, a first-class five-star premium topnotch elite organisation. I’ll always be grateful to them for giving me a chance to be a part of the team.



Assistant General Manager, CEB Phenix (M18AAA)

In 2021, I was named Assistant General Manager for the Phenix of Collège Esther-Blondin in the M18AAA. It was a huge pleasure to join my friend Phil Paquette’s team. The Phenix is a well recognized organization in this league, but the last few years were a little bit more difficult. It’s an honor for me to have the chance to help this team win a Telus Cup in the near future.