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Pistilli scores twice, Olympiques take 3-0 lead over Remparts @NHLdotcom

Matthew Pistilli scored twice in the first period, and the Gatineau Olympiques moved a win away from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League semifinals after beating the Quebec Remparts 6-2 Tuesday.

Claude Giroux had a goal and two assists for the Olympiques, who took a 3-0 lead of the best-of-seven Western Conference semifinal. Nicolas Boyer, Darryl Smith and Michael Stinziani also scored for Gatineau.

Elsewhere in the QMJHL it was: Rouyn-Noranda 4 Rimouski 3; Acadie-Bathurst 4 Saint John 2; and Halifax 4 Cape Breton 3 (2 OT).

At Quebec City, Christophe Poirier and Felix Petit replied for the Remparts.

Ryan Mior made 17 saves for Gatineau, while Kevin Desfosses and Mickael Audette combined for 20 stops for Quebec.

Game 4 is Wednesday in Quebec City.

Huskies 4 Oceanic 3

At Rimouski, Que., Hugo Carpentier scored the game-winner as Rouyn-Noranda beat the Oceanic despite giving up a 3-0 lead.

Pier-Luc Giguere, Brett Morrison and Yannick Riendeau also scored for the Huskies, who lead the Western Conference semifinal 3-0.

Philippe Cornet, Maxime Gratchev and Michael Frolik replied for Rimouski

Game 4 is Wednesday in Rimouski.


Titan 4 Sea Dogs 2

At Bathurst, N.B., Mathieu Perreault and Tomy Joly each had a goal and an assist as Acadie-Bathurst got back into their series with Saint John.

The Sea Dogs lead the series 2-1.

Jonathan Laberge and Eric Faille also scored for the Titan.

Payton Liske and Scott Howes replied for the Sea Dogs.

Game 4 is Wednesday in Bathurst.


Mooseheads 4 Screaming Eagles 3 (2 OT)

At Sydney, N.S., Jakub Voracek scored in double overtime and Halifax took a 3-0 lead over Cape Breton in the Eastern Conference semifinal.

Ryan Hillier, Colby Pridham and Yuri Cheremetiev also scored for Halifax, while Voracek added two assists.

Joey Haddad, with two, and Jan Piskacek replied for the Screaming Eagles.

The Mooseheads can sweep the series Wednesday in Sydney.

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