Matt Eagles took it upon himself to keep the Moncton Wildcats' streaks alive against an opponent who wouldn't give up.
Eagles scored a pair of power-play goals and notched the only shootout marker as Moncton outlasted the Quebec Remparts 4-3 to win their 11th game in a row on Friday night in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
Eagles scored to tie the game at 1-1 midway through in the first period and gave the Wildcats a 3-2 lead in the third. The two goals were Eagles' 14th and 15th of the season. He leads Moncton (18-0-2-0) in goals and points (31).
The Wildcats have yet to lose an away game so far this season, extending their record-setting streak to 10 games. They are also the only QMJHL team still undefeated in regulation.
Mark Barberio added a power-play goal for Moncton, which went 3-for-6 with the man advantage.
Kevin Marshall tied things up for the Remparts (16-4-0-2) with under four minutes remaining in the third.
Elsewhere in the QMJHL, it was: Shawinigan 4, Gatineau 1; Rouyn-Noranda 6, Acadie-Bathurst 5 (SO); Baie-Comeau 5, Halifax 4 (OT); Cape Breton 3, Chicoutimi 1; Drummondville 8, Lewiston 3; Montreal 1, P.E.I. 0; Rimouski 5, Victoriaville 3; and Saint John 5, Val-d'Or 3.
At Quebec, Dmitri Kugryshev and Kelsey Tessier also scored for the Remparts.
Nicola Riopel made 36 saves to earn the win for the Wildcats, while Quebec netminder Charles Lavigne stopped 24 shots.
Cataractes 4, Olympiques 1
At Shawinigan, Que., Cedric Lalonde-McNicoll extended his league-leading point streak to 13 games by scoring his 15th goal of the season late in the second period to help the Cataractes down Gatineau.
Lalonde-McNicoll also had an assist. Ashton Bernard, Pierre-Alexandre Vandall and Philippe Paradis also scored for Shawinigan (20-4-0-0), which has won 13 straight.
Paul Byron scored the lone goal for the Olympiques (5-16-1-1), who have lost 13 straight.
Huskies 6, Titan 5 (SO)
At Rouyn-Noranda, Que., Jeff Desjardins and Sergey Ostapchuk both scored in the shootout as the Huskies came out on top of a wild game against Acadie-Bathurst.
Ben Miller, Alex Emond, Benjamin Lecomte, Jerome Cote and Marc-Andre Bourdon scored in regulation for Rouyn-Noranda (13-8-2-0), which trailed by three heading into the third period.
Eric Faille had a goal and two assists for the Titan (10-10-5-1), while Tomy Joly, Mathieu Jean-Bouliane, Vincent Couture and Remi Blanchard also scored.
Drakkar 5, Mooseheads 4 (OT)
At Baie-Comeau, Que., Maxime Ouimet scored a power-play goal three minutes into overtime to lift the Drakkar over Halifax.
Marc-Andre Laroche, Guillaume Goulet, Gabriel Bourque and Michael Trudel added goals for Baie-Comeau (6-12-2-2).
Tomas Knotek, Jessyko Bernard, Gerrad Grant and Matt Boland replied for the Mooseheads (8-15-1-0).
Screaming Eagles 3, Sagueneens 1
At Chicoutimi, Que., Joey Haddad scored a natural hat-trick in the third period to lead Cape Breton (16-6-1-0) past the Sagueneens.
Antoine Roussel had the lone marker for Chicoutimi (9-11-1-2).
Voltigeurs 8, Maineiacs 3
At Drummondville, Que., offensive player of the week Yannick Riendeau continued his strong play with a four-point night, scoring twice and adding two assists as the Voltigeurs crushed Lewiston.
Mike Hoffman also scored twice, while Maxime Frenette, Dany Masse, Marc-Olivier Vachon and Mathieu Gingras added goals for Drummondville (15-4-0-2).
Maxime Gratchev, Pierre-Olivier Morin and Danick Paquette answered for the Maineiacs (8-15-0-0).
Junior 1, Rocket 0
At Montreal, Jean-Francois Berube made 33 saves as the Junior blanked P.E.I.
Pat O'Keefe scored the only goal of the game on the power play in the third period for Montreal (11-11-0-0).
Bobby Nadeau stopped 39 shots in a losing effort for the Rocket (10-11-1-2).
Oceanic 5, Tigres 3
At Rimouski, Que., Patrice Cormier scored three and added an assist as the Oceanic downed Victoriaville.
Frederic Desrochers and Jordan Caron also scored for Rimouski (16-7-0-0).
Keven Dupont, Dave Nolin and Travis McIsaac found the net for the Tigres (11-14-0-0).
Sea Dogs 5, Foreurs 3
At Val-d'Or, Que., Ryan Sparling scored twice in the third period to help Saint John defeat the Foreurs.
Mike Thomas, Simon Despres and Payton Liske added goals for the Sea Dogs (14-9-1-1).
Alex Noel, Derek Famulare and Jason Legault scored for Val-d'Or (2-19-1-1).