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QMJHL Roundup: Power, Dea lead Huskies over Cataractes in high-scoring affair

Friday, 09.27.2013 / 11:04 PM / News

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QMJHL Roundup: Power, Dea lead Huskies over Cataractes in high-scoring affair

SHAWINIGAN, Que. - It wasn't a good night to a be a goaltender in Shawinigan.

Both starters were pulled and all four goalies were lit up as the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies edged the host Cataractes 10-9 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Marcus Power and Jean-Sebastien Dea each scored twice for the Huskies (2-3-1) while Power tacked on three assists for a five-point outing.

Maxime St-Cyr had a goal and two assists for Rouyn-Noranda and Alexandre Leclerc, Steven Mercier, Mathieu Lemay, Julien Nantel and Liam O'Brien added a goal apiece.

Frederick Gaudreau and Matthew Boudreau both had hat tricks for Shawinigan (0-5-1) while Kris Hodge and Francis Beauvillier each had a goal and two assists. Ilya Zinoviev tacked on a single goal to round out the offence.

Alexandre Belanger started in net for Rouyn-Noranda but found himself on the bench after allowing seven goals on 22 shots in 45 minutes. Carl Hozjan picked up the victory by stopping 4-of-6 shots in relief.

Storm Phaneuf took the loss for Shawinigan, stopping 13-of-17 shots in 25 minutes of relief action. Phaneuf replaced starter Marvin Cupper, who allowed six goals on 25 shots.

The Huskies went 1 for 3 on the power play while the Cataractes scored twice on six chances with the man advantage.


Titan 3 Phoenix 2

BATHURST, N.B., — Alexandre Gosselin scored the winner midway through the third period as the Titan came from behind to defeat Sherbrooke.

Patrik Zdrahal and Adam Stevens also scored for Acadie-Bathurst (3-3-0), which trailed 2-0 after 40 minutes of action.

Daniel Audette and Jeremy Roy scored for the Phoenix (1-4-0).

Jacob Brennan made 26 saves for the win while Francis Desrosiers stopped 37 shots in a losing cause.


Islanders 3 Sea Dogs 2

CHARLOTTETOWN, — Antoine Bibeau turned away 26-of-28 shots as the Islanders remained undefeated by edging Saint John.

Troy Vance, Kameron Kielly and Matthew Bursey scored for Charlottetown (5-0-0) and Bradley Kennedy chipped in two assists.

Spencer Smallman and Stephen Anderson scored for the Sea Dogs (2-2-1) while Sebastien Auger made 42 saves in defeat.


Sagueneens 4 Remparts 3 (OT)

QUEBEC CITY, — Charles Hudon scored twice, including 53 seconds into overtime, as Chicoutimi edged the Remparts.

Sebastien Sylvestre and Janne Puhakka also scored for the Sagueneens (4-1-0) while Julio Billia made 19 saves for the win.

Adam Erne, Fabrice Herzog and Brandon Shea scored for Quebec (1-2-2) as Francois Brassard stopped 30 shots in defeat.


Tigres 5 Wildcats 2

VICTORIAVILLE, Que., — Mark Trickett scored twice as the Tigres downed Moncton.

Angelo Miceli and Jan Mandat each had a goal and an assist for Victoriaville (4-1-0) and Gabriel Gagne added a single goal.

Garrett Johnston and Ryan Penny supplied the offence for the Wildcats (2-3-0).

Brandon Whitney made 29 saves for the win while Graham Hunt stopped 24 shots to record a loss in his first QMJHL start.


Armada 4 Foreurs 1

BOISBRIAND, Que., — Nikita Jevpalovs scored two goals as the Armada defeated Val-d'Or.

Christopher Clapperton scored once and set up two more for Blainville-Boisbriand (5-0-0) and Philippe Sanche had a goal and an assist.

Louick Marcotte scored for the Foreurs (2-4-0).

Etienne Marcoux made 24 saves for the win as Francois Tremblay stopped 15-of-18 shots for the loss.


Oceanic 3 Olympiques 2

GATINEAU, Que., — Peter Trainor scored the winner late in the third and tacked on an assist for a two-point outing as Rimouski slipped past the Olympiques.

Scott Oke and Michael Joly also scored for the Oceanic (4-2-0) while Philippe Desrosiers stopped 24 shots for the win.

Emile Poirier and Steven Johnston scored for Gatineau (3-2-0). Anthony Brodeur made 15 saves in a losing cause.


Quote of the Day

I had one really not-good game. I came back to the hotel and he [his father] was on Skype. My mother called first and said, 'Your father wants to talk to you.' So he moved my mother away, and he yelled at me for like 30 seconds. I understood him, and then he said, 'I'm done.' And he was gone. The next game I got my first shutout.

— Anton Khudobin recalls a fond memory, explains why he was so sharp in the Hurricanes' 3-0 win against the Capitals on Friday
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