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QMJHL: Voltigeurs win second straight, 5-1 over P.E.I.

Tuesday, 11.27.2012 / 10:34 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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QMJHL: Voltigeurs win second straight, 5-1 over P.E.I.

DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. - Bryce Milson and Jeremie Malouin each had two goals as the Drummondville Voltigeurs won their second straight game, 5-1 over the P.E.I. Rocket on Tuesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Jordan Murray scored the other goal for the Voltigeurs (15-12-0), while goalie Louis-Philip Guindon made 22 saves on 23 shots.

Louick Marcotte had the lone goal for the Rocket (13-10-2).

Milson opened the scoring less than two minutes into the game with his fourth of the season, but Marcotte tied it with a short-handed goal midway through the opening period.

It was all Drummondville from there as Milson scored his second midway through the second period and Murray made it 3-1 with a power-play marker at 17:07.

Malouin rounded out the scoring with two in the third period, including an empty-netter to give him 14 goals on the season.

Antoine Bibeau made 25 saves on 29 shots for the Voltigeurs.

Oceanic 5, Olympiques 3

At Rimouski, Que.,

The Oceanic (15-9-4) scored five unanswered goals and then held on to beat Gatineau (9-16-1).

Maxime Gravel, Scott Oke, Jess Tanguy, Francis Beauvillier and Peter Trainor scored to give Rimouski a 5-0 lead after two periods.

Tomas Hyka scored twice and Taylor Burke added a goal in the third for the Olympiques.

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