After scoring an impressive 35 points (21-14) in 42 games during the 2011-2012 regular season, and adding 15 more in 11 playoff contests for Collège Antoine-Girouard Gaulois, Anthony Beauregard was selected in the sixth round, 102nd overall by Val-d’Or in the 2012 QMJHL draft.
Returning to Midget AAA as captain of his squad in the 2012-2013 campaign, the pressure was on Anthony to deliver even more, and he did not disappoint. Beauregard scored an impressive 58 points, including 39 helpers in just 41 games played, including 16 points in 12 playoff games. This production led to a four-game call-up from the Foreurs, where he even got on the score sheet with a couple of assists.
At 5’8, 160-pounds, Beauregard then spent the entire 2013-14 season with eventual QMJHL champions Val-d’Or, scoring 41 points in 68 games, and became one of the league’s most dangerous players.
The experience gained from representing the QMJHL in the Memorial Cup clearly had a tremendous effect on him, Anthony finished the 2014-15 season with an astonishing 29 goals and 87 points in just 68 games, putting him among the league’s best.
Beauregard had an unbelievable 2015-16 season with 93 points in 67 games, scoring 30 goals and 63 assists. This accomplishment lead Beauregard to finishing top 5 in scoring in the QMJHL that season.
Beauregard then continued his professional career playing in the East Coast Hockey League for the Indy Fuel, before deciding to pursue his studies while playing hockey at Concordia University. Beauregard Helped the Stingers achieve their best season in over 30 years, scoring seven goals and 12 assists in only 12 games.VIEW PLAYER STATS