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Eagles scores pair and shootout winner to lead Moncton past Quebec 4-3

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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).

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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).

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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).

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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).

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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).

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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).

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