Cornwall River Kings Resign Pete Karvouniaris & 3 Players JULY 8, 2015 #Rkings

River Kings ink four players

July 8, 2015 — The Cornwall River Kings and General Manager Rick Lalonde have officially come to terms with four players for the upcoming season:


Pete Karvouniaris: The former Cornwall Colts goaltender quickly became a fan favourite last season and was sensational in the playoffs vs. Sorel. The 25-year-old from Laval had a .917 save percentage in the seven-game series against the LNAH’s top regular season team.

Nicolas Larocque-Marcoux: The speedy winger was acquired from Saint-Georges late last season. In 10 regular season games with Cornwall, Larocque-Marcoux had eight points. The 23-year-old from Gatineau chipped in two goals and two assists in six playoff games for the River Kings. He is a graduate of the QMJHL and also played two seasons for the University of Ottawa in the CIS.

Francois Ouimet: In 20 games with Cornwall last season, Ouimet had six goals and eight assists. The 28-year-old winger added five points in the playoffs. Ouimet, who adds more speed to the River Kings crop of forwards, was acquired from Trois-Rivieres last season.

Michael Stinziani: The skilled Stinziani, acquired at last year’s deadline from Jonquiere, had four points in Cornwall’s playoff series last March. The 26-year-old winger had a combined 100 points in two seasons (2012-13 & 2013-14) with Quad City of the Central Hockey League. The Montreal native is also a graduate of the QMJHL.

More player signings will be announced in the coming weeks.


  1. How about a coach? Signing all these players is nice. But what if they don’t fit into the new coach’s plans?

  2. Ever notice that “resign” and “resign” are spelt the same? Maybe that’s how Brock Frost got confused.

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