He scored 25 goals with 41 assists and was plus-28 with 50 penalty minutes in 59 games as the Sagueneens slipped to fifth in the East.In the playoffs, Chicoutimi defeated Acadie-Bathurst and Shawinigan in two tight series and were the only team to defeat Memorial Cup-bound Saint John in a playoff game; taking the Sea Dogs to overtime in the last three games.
Hudon was the second-leading scorer for the Sagueneens with 23 goals and 37 assists and was plus-26 with 42 penalty minutes in 63 games.
Chicoutimi finished fourth in the East Division and was swept by Drummondville in a first round playoff series.
In four playoff games Hudon had 3 assists and was minus-four with 4 penalty minutes.
At the WHC, he was second among all scorers with 5 goals and 6 assists in six games. Hudon played in all seven games for fourth-place Canada at the U18 WJC and was minus-one with 1 assist and 2 penalty minutes.2011-12: Hudon again finished second to Guillaume Asselin in scoring in his second season with Chicoutimi and was a big part of the Sagueneens’ strong playoff run.
He scored 1 goal with 2 assists and was -5 with 4 penalty minutes in nine AHL games.
The Bulldogs missed the playoffs after finishing last in the North Division.
Hudon was the leading scorer for Chicoutimi with a team-high 30 goals and 41 assists in 56 games and was +15 with 66 penalty minutes.
2009-10: Charles Hudon played for the Saint-Eustache Vikings midget AAA team in Quebec.
In 40 games he scored 23 goals with 24 assists and had 32 penalty minutes.
He was selected by Chicoutimi in the first round (sixth overall) of the 2010 QMJHL Entry Draft.2010-11: Hudon was named to the QMJHL All-Rookie team and received the Michel Bergeron Trophy as the Offensive Rookie of the Year in his first season with Chicoutimi.
He also competed in two international tournaments – representing Quebec in the 2011 U17 World Hockey Challenge and skating for Canada at the 2011 U18 World Junior Championship.