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Morin's three points help Lewiston get revenge on Foreurs in 4-1 victory @NHL

One day after falling to the Val-d'Or Foreurs, the Lewiston Maineiacs returned the favour.

Pierre-Olivier Morin scored short-handed and added two assists as Lewiston defeated the Foreurs 4-1 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Saturday night.

Val-d'Or routed the Maineiacs 7-1 on Friday night for its third win in four games. The Foreurs scored four of those goals on Lewiston starter Adrien Lemay, who was chased from the net midway through the second period and returned in the third after backup Jordan Kennedy allowed three goals on nine shots.

But Lemay regained his composure on Saturday, stopping 35 of the 36 shots he faced while the Maineiacs (9-8-0) built a 2-0 lead on first-period goals from Michael Chaput and Francis Beauvillier. Morin assisted on both markers.

The other QMJHL game was: Montreal 3 P.E.I. 0.

At Lewiston, Maine, Eric Gelinas scored the other goal for the Maineiacs, while Alexander Beaton had two assists.

Jonathan Hazen scored his 11th goal of the season for the Foreurs (7-12-2). Val-d'Or netminder Raffaele D'Orso made 32 saves.


Junior 3 Rocket 0

At Charlottetown, Jean-Francois Berube needed only 21 saves for his first shutout of the season as Montreal blanked the Rocket.

Vincent Scopelletti, Trevor Parkes and Philippe Fontaine scored for the Junior (9-8-1).

Evan Mosher stopped 21 shots for P.E.I. (10-7-3).

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