The Halifax Mooseheads will have their full roster available as they dive headfirst into one of their toughest weeks of the season.

The Mooseheads, who play four games in five days starting tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. against the Baie-Comeau Drakkar, learned yesterday defenceman Sawyer Hannay had been reassigned to the QMJHL by the Vancouver Canucks.

With the rugged 18-year-old back in the fold, the Mooseheads have their full roster — excluding extra goalie Peter Delmas — for the first time all season.

The Mooseheads, 1-3 overall, are hoping to build off last weekend’s split in New Brunswick.

“There are a lot of good things going on,” said head coach and general manager Cam Russell.

Russell said he wants to see more finish from his club, despite 16 goals in four games and a 5-of-23 power play.

“When we get chances, we have to bear down on them and bury them,” he said. “Our power play has been pretty good but it’s got to get better if we want to win hockey games.”

Delmas, 20, survived the first round of cuts at Montreal Canadiens training camp yesterday and is expected to either sign an NHL contract and play pro or be traded to another junior team.