Professional hockey goalie Connor LaCouvee of Qualicum Beach visited the PQB News studios. (Peter McCully photo)

PQBeat Podcast: Pro hockey goalie Connor LaCouvee of Qualicum Beach

Listen: Netminder talks BCHL, college, pros and training during a pandemic

The PQB News has launched a podcast, PQBeat (follow us here or you can also search ‘PQBeat’ on iTunes or the Podcast App on your iPhone).

For our latest installment, VI Free Daily editor Philip Wolf chatted with Connor LaCouvee of Qualicum Beach. The Oceanside Minor Hockey product is now a professional hockey goalie, who played last year with the Maine Mariners of the ECHL and was under contract with the Montreal Canadiens organization.

PQBeat · Goaltender Connor LaCouvee – 5:25:20

MORE: Listen to past PQBeat podcasts here.

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