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Duffy adds to scoring lead with three points in P.E.I.'s 4-0 win over Moncton

Tuesday, 03.12.2013 / 10:44 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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Duffy adds to scoring lead with three points in P.E.I.'s 4-0 win over Moncton

Ben Duffy scored twice and added an assist while Antoine Bibeau made 33 saves as the P.E.I. Rocket shut out the Moncton Wildcats 4-0 on Tuesday in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey Leauge.

Duffy's goal were his 36 and 37th of the season, giving him a league-high 104 points. His teammate Josh Currie, who was kept off the scoreboard Tuesday night, is tied for second along with Halifax Mooseheads forward Jonathon Drouin at 101 points.

Duffy opened the scoring at 6:11 of the second and then scored shorthanded at 16:19 of the third.

Ryan Graves and Matej Beran had the other goals for the Rocket (39-

-5) eased past Sherbrooke (20--8).

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Armada 5 Cataractes 2

At Shawinigan, Que., Danick Martel and Marc-Olivier Roy each scored twice as Blainville-Boisbriand (40-

-7).

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Huskies 5 Foreurs 4

At Val-d'Or, Que., Maxime St-Cyr scored in regulation and the deciding goal in a shootout as Rouyn-Noranda (38-

-4) edged the Foreurs (35-).

Cole Holowenko made 22 saves for the Wildcats (40-

Elsewhere in the QMJHL, it was: Quebec 4 Sherbrooke 1; Blainville-Boisbriand 5 Shawinigan 2; and Rouyn-Noranda 5 Val-d'Or 4 (SO).

Remparts 4 Phoenix 1

At Quebec, Frederic Bergeron had a goal and an assist as the Remparts (40-

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