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QMJHL Roundup: Penny scores twice as Wildcats extend win streak to five games

Friday, 12.13.2013 / 10:34 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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QMJHL Roundup: Penny scores twice as Wildcats extend win streak to five games

SYDNEY, N.S. - Ryan Penny scored twice, including the eventual winner, as the Moncton Wildcats edged the host Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 3-2 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Conor Garland scored on a penalty shot midway through the first period for the Wildcats (17-17-2), who extended their win streak to five games, while Penny got both of his goals in the second period.

Cameron Darcy and Raphael Corriveau responded for the Screaming Eagles (18-12-3).

Moncton's Alex Dubeau earned the games first star by stopping 32-of-34 shots. Cape Breton's Alex Bureau made 15 saves in defeat.

The Wildcats went 0 for 1 on the power play while the Screaming Eagles failed to score on six chances with the man advantage.

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ISLANDERS 2 SEA DOGS 1

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Sea Dogs netminder Sebastien Auger stopped 45 shots, but it wasn't enough as Saint John dropped its fifth game in a row.

Alexis Pepin and Jack Nevins scored in the third period for the Islanders (14-16-5), who trailed 1-0 after 40 minutes.

Oliver Cooper supplied the lone goal for the Sea Dogs (7-23-3).

Charlottetown's Eric Brassard turned aside 25 shots for the victory.

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REMPARTS 7 OLYMPIQUES 3

QUEBEC CITY — Anthony Duclair scored three times and set up one more as the Remparts crushed Gatineau.

Kurt Etchegary and Zachery Moody each had a goal and an assist for Quebec (18-10-6), which earned its third straight victory, while Fabrice Herzog and Massimo Carozza added a goal apiece.

The Olympiques (22-12-0) got goals from Jonathan Bourcier, Tommy Lapierre and Alexandre Carrier.

Francois Brassard made 28 saves for the Remparts. Anthony Brodeur allowed five goals on 14 shots before giving way to Robert Steeves, who stopped 9-of-11 shots in 30 minutes of relief for Gatineau.

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DRAKKAR 3 MOOSEHEADS 0

BAIE-COMEAU, Que. — Philippe Cadorette only had to stop 17 shots as the Drakkar blanked Halifax.

Jeremy Gregoire had a goal and an assist for Baie-Comeau (22-8-4) while Alexis Vanier and Dominic Poulin scored the others.

Kevin Darveau stopped 39-of-42 shots for the Mooseheads (23-11-1).

The Drakkar went 2 for 7 on the power play as Halifax was 0 for 4.

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OCEANIC 5 TIGRES 2

RIMOUSKI, Que. — Anthony DeLuca scored twice to lead the Oceanic over Victoriaville.

Anthony Chapados, Alexis Loiseau and Peter Trainor also scored for Rimouski (18-11-6) and Jimmy Oligny had two assists.

Mark Tremaine and Ross Johnston replied for the Tigres (13-16-4).

Philippe Desrosiers made 21 saves for the Oceanic as Brandon Whitney turned away 38-of-42 shots for Victoriaville.

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CATARACTES 3 TITAN 0

SHAWINIGAN, Que. — Storm Phaneuf stopped 38 shots as the Cataractes shutout Acadie-Bathurst for their first win in three outings.

Dylan Labbe's power-play goal in the first period stood up as the winner for Shawinigan (6-24-3) while Francis Beauvillier and Alexandre Grand-Maison tacked on a goal apiece.

Alexandre Gosselin led the Titan (13-16-3) with seven shots on Phaneuf.

Acadie-Bathurst's Jacob Brennan allowed two goals on 14 shots in a losing cause.

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