The QMJHL unveil the roster for the RE/MAX Challenge (Longueuil, Tuesday October 28, 2003)- Gilles Courteau, Commissioner of the QMJHL, today announced in press conference the roster for the CHL RE/MAX Challenge. Gilles Courteau also announced the name of the two honorary captains who will be in Halifax and Rimouski. The best QMJHL Canadian players, eligible to the National team pre selection training camp for the World Junior Championship (no 20-year-old players) will play 2 games against Russian team inside the CHL RE/MAX Challenge which will be held in November. The first game will be on Thursday, November 20th at the Halifax Metro Centre and the second one will be on Monday, November 24 at the Rimouski Coliseum. The players selection was done by Mr Blair Mackasey, Hockey Canada head scout, with two (2) general managers of the QMJHL, Doris LabontÃ© (Rimouski Oceanic) and StÃ©phane Pilotte (Val-dOr Foreurs). Here is the roster: Goaltenders: Corey Crawford (Mon), Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers (Chi) and Marc-AndrÃ© Fleury (Cap). (Maxime Daigneault (VdO) will participate if Fleury is absent) Defensemen: James Sanford (Mon), Patrick Coulombe (Rim), Bruno Gervais (Bat), Doug OBrien (Gat), Alexandre Picard (Cap), Rosario Ruggeri (Chi) and Nathan Sanders (Mon). Forwards: Patrice Bergeron (Bat), Marc-AndrÃ© Bernier (Cap), Steve Bernier (Mon), Sidney Crosby (Rim) , Stephen Dixon (Cap), FranÃ§ois-Pierre GuÃ©nette (Cap), Jean-FranÃ§ois Jacques (BaC), Alexandre Picard (Lew), Marc-Antoine Pouliot (Rim), Dany Roussin (Rim), Maxime Talbot (Gat) and Cory Urquhart (I.P.Ã‰.); (Michael Lambert (I.P.Ã‰.) will be there if Patrice Bergeron is absent) Former defenseman Cam Russel, from Halifax, will be the honorary captain for the game in Halifax. Russel got a nice hockey player career with the Hull Olympiques (1985-86 to 1988-89), the Chicago Black Hawks and the Colorado Avalanche, where he ended his professional career in 1998-99. He also was assistant coach with the Halifax Mooseheads from 2000-01 to 2001-02. Former right winger Louis Sleigher will be the honorary captain in Rimouski. Sleigher, born in Nouvelle, Quebec, played with the Chicoutimi SaguenÃ©ens (1976-77 to 1977-78), for team of the EHL and AHL and with the Quebec Nordiques until 1984-85. He was then traded to the Boston Bruins and ended his career in 1985-86. Finally, these two (2) important games will be broadcast on Rogers Sportsnet; the game in Rimouski will also be broadcast on RDS. During this important CHL RE/MAX Challenge, the Russian team will also play against the OHL and the WHL.