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QMJHL Roundup: Ehlers, Drouin combine for eight points as Mooseheads take Game 2

Saturday, 04.05.2014 / 10:54 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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QMJHL Roundup: Ehlers, Drouin combine for eight points as Mooseheads take Game 2

HALIFAX - Nikolaj Ehlers had two goals and two assists and Jonathan Drouin had four assists as the Halifax Mooseheads downed the visiting Gatineau Olympiques 6-2 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoff action.

Drouin currently leads the playoffs in scoring with six goals and 19 points in six outings while Ehlers is second with six goals and 16 points in six games.

Philippe Gadoury, Andrew Shewfelt, Matt Murphy and MacKenzee Weegar also scored for the Mooseheads, who lead the second-round series 2-0. Zachary Fucale made 25 saves for the win.

Martin Reway and Vincent Dunn each had a goal and an assist for the Olympiques and Robert Steeves stopped 25-of-31 shots in defeat.

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DRAKKAR 5 HUSKIES 2

BAIE-COMEAU, Que. — Maxime St-Cyr had a pair of goals as the Drakkar beat Rouyn-Noranda to go up 2-0 in their second-round matchup.

Valentin Zykov had a goal and an assist for Baie-Comeau while Alec Jon Banville and Frederic Gamelin had the others.

Philippe Cadorette made 20 saves for the Drakkar.

Jack Nevins and Marcus Power supplied the scoring for the Huskies as Alexandre Belanger stopped 42-of-46 shots, including a Jeremy Gregoire penalty shot at 15:44 of the third period.

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FOREURS 4 VOLTIGEURS 3 (OT)

VAL-D'OR, Que. — Louick Marcotte scored 2:04 into overtime as the Foreurs took Game 2 to even their second-round clash with Drummondville at a game apiece.

Anthony Richard, Anthony Beauregard and Olivier Galipeau also scored for Val-d'Or and Antoine Bibeau made 34 saves for the win.

Olivier Caouette forced overtime for the Voltigeurs with a goal at 19:19 of the third period while Joey Ratelle and Matthew Boudens had the others.

Drummondville's Louis-Phillip Guindon stopped 33-of-37 shots in defeat.

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