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QMJHL Roundup: Drouin scores in OT as Mooseheads win 11th straight game

Tuesday, 03.11.2014 / 10:34 PM / News

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QMJHL Roundup: Drouin scores in OT as Mooseheads win 11th straight game

CHARLOTTETOWN - Jonathan Drouin helped set up the tying goal, then scored the winner in overtime to lift the Halifax Mooseheads over the Charlottetown Islanders 3-2 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action on Tuesday.

Andrew Ryan had a goal and an assist, including the tying goal at 19:03 of the second period, and Timo Meier also scored for the Mooseheads (45-18-3), who extended their win streak to 11 games. Nikolaj Ehlers chipped in with two assists.

Spenser Cobbold scored his 14th of the season for Charlottetown (20-38-8) and Troy Vance scored a power-play goal to give the Islanders a 2-1 edge before Ryan tied it up.

Halifax goalie Zachary Fucale made 19 saves while Charlottetown's Eric Brassard stopped 36 shots in the losing effort.



BOISBRIAND, Que. — Vincent Dunn scored 3:49 into overtime as Gatineau slipped past the Armada.

Franck Schumacher also scored for the Olympiques (40-22-4) and Simon Tardif-Richard assisted on both of his club's goals.

Marc-Olivier Roy gave Blainville-Boisbriand (40-16-10) a 1-0 lead 1:34 into the game.

Gatineau's Robert Steeves made 20 saves for the win as Etienne Marcoux kicked out 24-of-26 shots for the Armada.



ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. — Louick Marcotte and Samuel Henley each had a pair of goals as Val-d'Or toppled the Huskies for its third straight win.

Randy Gazzola also scored for the Foreurs (44-20-2) and Anthony Mantha tacked on three assists.

Francis Perron had a goal and an assist for Rouyn-Noranda (34-26-5) while Jean-Sebastien Dea and Ryan Penny each scored once.

Antoine Bibeau made 33 saves for Val-d'Or. Guillaume Decelles started in net for the Huskies but was pulled after allowing three goals on 5 shots in 14 minutes of action. Alexandre Belanger stopped 15-of-17 shots in relief.


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