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Royals sign goaltender Cote-Cazenave to SPC

Wednesday, December 29th
Royals sign goaltender Cote-Cazenave to SPC

The Reading Royals, proud affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers, announced Wednesday the signing of goaltender Tristan Cote-Cazenave to a standard player contract.

Cote-Cazenave, 22, is a 6-foot-1, 190-pound netminder who has never played professional hockey. In four games with the University of Quebec-Trois-Rivieres in USports, the Canadian equivalent of the NCAA, he recorded a 2-2-0 record with a .906 save percentage. 

Previously, he played parts of four seasons in the QMJHL for the Victoriaville Tigres and Quebec Remparts. His best season came in 2018-19, when he went 20-15-3 with a .920 save percentage and five shutouts. The Tigres lost to the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies in the second round of the President’s Cup Playoffs, and the Huskies went on to win both the President’s Cup and the Memorial Cup as the best major junior hockey team in Canada that season.

In 153 QMJHL appearances, he recorded a 72-52-17 record, .902 save percentage and a 2.99 goals-against average. He was named to the QMJHL Second All-Star Team in 2019.

Royals defenseman Dominic Cormier played with Cote-Cazenave from 2017 to 2019 with Victoriaville.


  • Wednesday, Dec. 29 vs. Adirondack (7:00 p.m.) – It’s 610 Night at the Royals! Enjoy $1 PBR Drafts and $6.10 green zone tickets. The first 1,000 fans receive an ornament giveaway!
  • Friday, Dec. 31 vs. Worcester (3:00 p.m.) – Celebrate New Year’s Eve with the Royals! The first 1,000 fans receive a free champagne glass giveaway as well as $1 Sparkling Cider drinks! Kids get in free with the purchase of an adult ticket! Enjoy a Postgame Skate presented by T-Mobile.

Buy tickets HERE: www.royalshockey.com/promotions

Reading Royals season, flex memberships and group tickets are available for the 2021-22 season by visiting the Royals’ box office at Santander Arena or by calling 610-898-7825.

About the RoyalsThe Reading Royals, proud affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers and Lehigh Valley Phantoms, are entering their 20th season in the ECHL. They won their first Kelly Cup championship in 2013 and have clinched playoff berths in 10 of the previous 11 seasons. They are four-time division champions. The Berks County Convention Center Authority (BCCCA), founded in 1996, owns the Royals and oversees operations at Santander Arena.