QMJHL review: Oceanic doubles Tigers, Phoenix continues to win

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VICTORIAVILLE, Que. — Frédéric Brunet scored the game-winning goal on a power play in the third period and the Rimouski Oceanic doubled the Victoriaville Tigres in a Quebec Major Junior Hockey League game on Thursday.

VICTORIAVILLE, Que. — Frédéric Brunet scored the game-winning goal on a power play in the third period and the Rimouski Oceanic doubled the Victoriaville Tigres in a Quebec Major Junior Hockey League game on Thursday.

Xavier Cormier, Ludovic Soucy and William Dumoulin also scored for the Océanic (25-18-8), and Luke Coughlin added a pair of assists.

The Tigres (16-27-7) got a goal and an assist from Nikita Prishchepov, while Maxime Pellerin found the back of the net and Antoine Desrochers had two assists.

It was a quiet night in goal for Patrik Hamrla, who made 12 saves for Rimouski. Victoriaville’s Nathan Darveau blocked 32 of 35 shots.

PHOENIX 6 DRAKKAR 3

BAIE-COMEAU, QUE. — Xavier Parent scored two goals and had an assist as Sherbrooke (36-11-3) won its 10th in a row. Baie-Comeau (17-24-8) got a shorthanded goal from Félix Gagnon but made it 0 for 3 on the power play.

ARMADA 4 HUSKIES 1

BOISBRIAND, QUE. — Rouyn-Noranda (20-26-4) was first on the board, with Alex Arsenault scoring shorthanded midway through the first period. But Blainville-Boisbriand (22-23-7) responded with four unanswered goals and improved to 16-9-1 at home this season.

WILDCATS 5 EAGLES 2

MONCTON, NB — Maxim Barbashev had two goals and an assist for Moncton (22-21-6) as the Wildcats snapped a seven-game losing streak. Jeremy Langlois and Logan Camp scored for Cape Breton (12-31-6).

TITANS 6 MOOSE HEADS 3

HALIFAX — Two goals from Ben Allison gave Acadie-Bathurst (31-14-4) its seventh straight win. Mathias Rousseau blocked 36 of 41 shots for Halifax (26-24-2).

ISLANDS 6 SEA DOGS 4

CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI — Jacob Brabenec and Noah Laaouan scored on the power play and Dawson Stairs scored on a penalty shot in a big second period that propelled Charlottetown (35-9-6) to victory. The loss ended a 10-game streak for Saint John (31-16-4).

This report from The Canadian Press was first published on March 24, 2022.

The Canadian Press

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