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MONCTON - With the game on his stick, Scott Brannon didn't disappoint.

Moncton's captain scored on a penalty shot with no time remaining in the third period to give the Wildcats a 4-3 victory over the resilient Rimouski Oceanic in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Friday night.

Brannon and Pierre-Marc Lessard each scored twice for Moncton (5-1-1).

Lessard's second goal - scored on a power play midway through the third period - gave the Wildcats a 3-0 lead, but the Oceanic fought back with three straight goals, tying the game with 48 seconds remaining on Emmanuel Boudreau's second of the season.

Elsewhere in the QMJHL, it was: Quebec 9, Baie-Comeau 1; Victoriaville 4, Shawinigan 3 (SO); Cape Breton 5, Acadie-Bathurst 4; Gatineau 9, Chicoutimi 2; P.E.I. 5, Val-d'Or 2; and Montreal 7, Saint John 4.

At Moncton, Randy Cameron added a pair of assists for the Wildcats, while Louis Domingue made 20 saves to earn the win.

Patrick Delisle-Houde and Petr Straka added goals for Rimouski (2-4-2) and netminder Philippe Tremblay stopped 29 shots in a losing effort.


Remparts 9, Drakkar 1

At Quebec, nine different Remparts found the net in a drubbing of Baie-Comeau.

Jonathan Audy-Marchessault and Danick Paquette both had a goal and two assists for Quebec (6-1-2), while Samuel Groulx, David Gilbert and Martin Lefebvre each added a goal and an assist.

Guillaume Goulet had the lone reply for the Drakkar (2-5-1).


Tigres 4, Cataractes 3 (SO)

At Victoriaville, Que., Brandon Hynes opened the scoring and scored the only goal in the shootout as the Tigres outlasted Shawinigan.

Joel Chouinard and Philip-Michael Devos also scored in regulation for Victoriaville (6-2-1).

Michael Bournival scored twice and Philippe Paradis added another for the Cataractes (3-2-1).


Screaming Eagles 5, Titan 4

At Bathurst, N.B., Stephen Horyl capped a two-goal night by scoring the game-winner with 23 seconds remaining as Cape Breton edged the Titan.

Patrick Lapostolle, Luke Adam and Logan Shaw also scored for the Screaming Eagles (3-2-2), who rallied from a four-goal deficit midway through the second period, scoring five straight goals in the next 30 minutes.

Eric Faille, Derek Famulare, Jeremie Malouin and Jonathan Lessard found the net for Acadie-Bathurst (3-3-2).


Olympics 9, Sagueneens 2

At Gatineau, Que., Alexandre Quesnel and Christian Ouellet-Martel both scored twice and added an assist as the Olympiques hammered Chicoutimi.

Alexandre Touchette added a goal and two assists, while Thomas Middup, Steven Delisle, Vincent Barnard and Olivier Croteau also scored for Gatineau (6-2-0).

Nicolas Deschamps and Michal Hlinka replied for the Sagueneens (2-4-2).


Rocket 5, Foreurs 2

At Val-d'Or, Que., Jordan Escott scored a hat trick and added an assist to lead P.E.I. past the Foreurs.

Jeremi Janneteau and Joel Champagne also scored for the Rocket (5-2-2).

Keven Guerette-Charland and Maxime Sauve replied for Val-d'Or (3-6-1).


Junior 7, Sea Dogs 4

At Montreal, Eliezer Sherbatov and Loic Poudrier both had two-goal nights as the Junior topped Saint John.

Nicolas Chouinard had a goal and two assists for Montreal (5-3-0), while Marc-Andre Levasseur and Chris Thorne also scored.

Yann Sauve, Alexandre Leduc, Zack Phillips and Steven Anthony scored for the Sea Dogs (5-3-0).

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