"Hockey players have fire in their hearts and ice in their veins." - Unknown author

Marek Beaudoin, son of Amelie Charron and Alexandre Beaudoin, was born in Montreal on April 25, 2006. The third in a family of four children, he began to skate early. From the age of three years, he learned to skate with hockey skates at the Les Fines Lames de Ste-Julie speed skating club, whitch trained the short track speed skating Olympic champion Charles Hamelin.

It's in 2011 that he finally began to play hockey in the Minor Hockey Association of Boucherville. In 2012-2013, Marek decided to undertake concurrently with his hockey season, one speed skating season with long blades skates at Les Fines Lames de Ste-Julie Club to improve his speed when skating.

In 2014-2015, while being novice major in age, Marek obtained a derogation of Hockey Québec allowing him to play with the Seigneurs de Boucherville in the Atom CC. The following year, the Verchères residents must now refer to the Minor Hockey Association of Varennes, and it is with the Atom BB Blitz Sorel-Varennes (highest category in Quebec for Atom) that he undertake his Atom minor season.

During the 2015-2016 season, Marek is invited to team Quebec Brick Invitational try-out, the Montreal Ice Storm. At the end of the third try-out, Marek is selected on the team among the 80 players from across Quebec originally invited to go. He proudly defend the colors of the Montreal Ice Storm in Edmonton, Alberta.

2017-2018, Marek played for the Noir et Or De Mortagne Peewee AAA minor the entire season, winning the Jonquiere provincial pee-wee tournament, Season champion (Eastern conference), Playoffs ehampion (Richelieu region) and Dodge Cup champion. He have also been selected on the Gouverneurs Selects Quebec hockey team for the Triple Crown invitation hockey tournament from the SuperseriesAAA in Montreal, which they win with a perfect 9 victories in 9 games.





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