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QMJHL Roundup: Banville's 3 goals, Cadorette 47 saves as Drakkar down Foreurs

Friday, 01.10.2014 / 10:54 PM / News

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QMJHL Roundup: Banville's 3 goals, Cadorette 47 saves as Drakkar down Foreurs

VAL-D'OR, Que. - Alec Jon Banville scored three times and Philippe Cadorette made 47 saves as the Baie-Comeau Drakkar defeated the host Val-d'Or Foreurs 5-1 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau and Charles Poulin also scored for the Drakkar (26-12-4) while Felix Girard and Denis Gorbunov each tacked on two assists.

Thomas Gobeil scored the lone goal for the Foreurs (27-16-1).

Antoine Bibeau started in net for Val-d'Or, but left the game in the third period after allowing four goals on 22 shots. Keven Bouchard replaced Bibeau and stopped five-of-six shots in 13 minutes of relief.

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ISLANDERS 4 CATARACTES 3 (SO)

CHARLOTTETOWN — Anthony Cortese scored the only goal of the shootout and Mason McDonald stopped 44 shots as the Islanders edged Shawinigan.

Craig MacLauchlan had a goal and an assist for Charlottetown (17-21-5) and Daniel Sprong and Bradley Kennedy each scored once.

Sebastien Gauthier scored once for the Cataractes (10-27-6) and assisted on goals by Gabriel Slight and Alexis D'Aoust.

Shawinigan's Storm Phaneuf made 28 saves in a losing cause.

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WILDCATS 5 MOOSEHEADS 1

HALIFAX — JC Campagna and Christophe Lalonde had a pair of goals apiece as Moncton toppled the Mooseheads.

Josh Puglsey also scored for the Wildcats (23-19-2), Ivan Barbashev had three assists and Campagna tacked on an assist for a three-point night.

Darcy Ashley scored the lone goal for Halifax (26-16-1) while defenceman MacKenzie Weegar led his club with five shots on goal.

Kevin Darveau turned aside 28-of-33 shots for the Mooseheads.

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SAGUENEENS 4 PHOENIX 3 (SO)

CHICOUTIMI, Que. — Laurent Dauphin scored once in regulation and then the shootout winner as the Sagueneens slipped past Sherbrooke.

Nikita Liamkin and Domenic Beauchemin also scored for Chicoutimi (22-21-1).

The Phoenix (14-25-5) got goals from Jeremy Roy, Jean-Christophe Laflamme and Chase Harwell.

Julio Billia made 34 saves for the Sagueneens while Sherbrooke's Maxime Lagace stopped 31 shots in a losing cause.

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OCEANIC 6 REMPARTS 3

QUEBEC CITY — Samuel Courtemanche and Sebastien Sylvestre each had two goals and an assist as Rimouski doubled up the Remparts.

Peter Trainor and Felix-Antoine Savage also scored for the Oceanic (26-11-7), who improved to 10-0-2 in their last 12 outings.

Anthony Duclair had a goal and an assist for Quebec (23-12-8), which lost in regulation for the first time in eight games, while Adam Erne and Zachery Moody scored once.

Rimouski's Philippe Desrosiers made 32 saves for the win as Francois Brassard allowed six goals on 30 shots for the Remparts.

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SCREAMING EAGLES 4 ARMADA 3

BOISBRIAND, Que. — Maxim Lazarev broke a 3-3 deadlock at 17:17 of the third period to lift Cape Breton over the Armada.

Justin Hache and Cameron Darcy had a goal and an assist each for the Screaming Eagles (21-17-3) and Charles-Eric Legaire scored once.

Christopher Clapperton, Nikita Jevpalovs and Frederic Bergeron scored for Blainville-Boisbriand (27-8-7) while Samuel Hodhod chipped in with two assists.

Alex Bureau made 23 saves for Cape Breton. Etienne Marcoux stopped 24 shots for the Armada.

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TIGRES 1 OLYMPIQUES 0

GATINEAU, Que. — Samuel Blais scored the game's only goal at 8:46 of the third period as Victoriaville blanked the Olympiques.

Blais' goal came by way of power play for the Tigres (17-19-6) while goaltender Francois Tremblay stopped 35 shots for the shutout.

Simon Tardif-Richard led all Gatineau (27-15-1) skater with five shots on goal.

Anthony Brodeur kicked out 33-of-34 shots for the Olympiques, who had their three-game win streak halted.

Quote of the Day

I didn't even know how to celebrate. I threw my hands up, they gave me a hug, so I guess that's all I needed.

— Sabres forward Tim Schaller on scoring his first NHL goal Sunday against the Bruins