SHAWINIGAN, Que. - Mikhail Grigorenko scored three times and set up one more as the Quebec Remparts crushed the host Shawinigan Cataractes 6-1 on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
Gabriel Slight scored the lone goal for the Cataractes (15-34-8), who are winless in four games.
Callum Booth made 39 saves for the Remparts.
Shawingan's Storm Phaneuf turned aside 27-of-33 shots in defeat.
MOOSEHEADS 6 TITAN 0
BATHURST, N.B. — Philippe Gadoury scored twice and Zachary Fucale made 17 saves as Halifax blanked the plummeting Titan.
Scott Oke led all Acadie-Bathurst (17-34-6) skaters with three shots on net.
Jacob Brennan allowed five goals on 24 shots through 40 minutes before being relieved by Miguel Sullivan to start the third period. Sulivan stopped 9-of-10 shots in relief for the Titan, who are on a 13-game skid.
SCREAMING EAGLES 7 SEA DOGS 1
SYDNEY, N.S. — Loik Levelle scored once and set up two more and Julien Pelletier added a pair of goals as Cape Breton cruised past Saint John.
Jason Cameron scored for the Sea Dogs (17-36-4), who dropped their fourth in a row.
Alex Bureau stopped 29 shots for Cape Breton, and Antoine Landry made 21 saves for Saint John.
DRAKKAR 7 HUSKIES 3
ARMADA 2 TIGRES 0
BOISBRIAND, Que. — Etienne Marcoux stopped all 24 shots his way as the Armada snapped Victoriaville's 13-game winning streak.
Christopher Clapperton and Frederic Bergeron scored for Blainville-Boisbriand (37-10-9), the top team in the QMJHL, while Marcoux earned his 10th-career shutout.
Carl-Antoine Delisle led all Tigres (29-20-6) skaters with four shots on net.
Victoriaville's Francois Tremblay turned away 25-of-26 shots in a losing cause.
OCEANIC 3 VOLTIGEURS 0
RIMOUSKI, Que. — Philippe Desrosiers stopped 28 shots as the Oceanic shutout Drummondville.
Jerome Verrier led the Voltigeurs (34-19-3) with five shots against Desrosiers, but was also a team-worst minus-2.
Drummondville's Louis-Phillip Guindon gave up three goals on 10 shots before giving way to Joe Fleschler, who kicked out all 13 shots his way in 37 minutes of relief.
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