There is a caveat on the naviresnouvellefrance web site at the beginning of the introduction, to the effect that these lists are ''best source available'', and rely on a variety of authors. Ship rolls departing France mostly named crew and captain, and are found in Amirauté records there when they still exist. Few of them contain passenger lists. Some passengers are known to arrive by x ship from the Jesuit relations or other documents of the era.
I don't use Gagné's work, for one thing I don't have it to hand. Trudel doesn't particularly go into detail on the Filles du roi, his interests were mostly for the earlier migrations, notably Percherons. I have Landry's book, he doesn't give data on ships nor exact arrival dates, just a year of arrival. Guy Perron is good on giving data on various ship voyages, he is fabulously thorough on his sourcing and includes ship charters and other documents available from the Amirauté, but his interest is mainly on those ships departing from La Rochelle. There are other authors to consult, such as Gustave Lanctôt and Michel Langlois, but again the availability of their works is haphazard.
But all of these are in French, and since the original documents are all in that language, I would strongly suggest you take a course in the language. I'm a great fan of looking at original records as much as possible myself.