Neault makes NOJHL history

December 16, 2017

Rayside-Balfour Canadians forward Matt Neault has established a new Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League record for most career games played.

The 20-year old Neault, who hails from the Sudbury area town of Lively, set the record of 244 games played on Friday night when Rayside-Balfour faced off against the Elliot Lake Wildcats.

Neault’s 244 career games is one more than former North Bay Skyhawks and Sudbury Jr. Wolves defenseman Chris Pontes. Pontes skated in the NOJHL from 2004 until 2010.

As for Neault, he began his NOJHL career as a 16-year old with the Blind River Beavers.

What you think about “Neault makes NOJHL history”

  1. Way to go Matt
    Hard to believe you started here with the Beavers
    and still going.
    Just like the energizer bunny
    Proud to know you kid.

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