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The Rimouski Oceanic don't mind when they have to win a game in a shootout.

Jerome Gauthier-Leduc scored the shootout winner as the Oceanic edged the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 3-2 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Rimouski is now a perfect 8-for-8 when games go to a shootout and are the only club in the league without a loss when a game goes past overtime.

Petr Straka and Alex Belzile each had a goal and an assist for the Oceanic (27-20-0), who have now won three straight.

Alexis Bernier and Dennis Kamaev scored for the Huskies, who have now lost four in a row.

Jacob Gervais-Chouinard stopped 20 shots in regulation and four more in the shootout for the win as Antonio Mastropietro made 23 saves in defeat.

Rimouski went 0 for 5on the power play while Rouyn-Noranda scored twice on five opportunities with theman advantage.

Elsewhere in the QMJHL, it was: Shawinigan 2, Acadie-Bathurst 1 (SO); P.E.I. 6, Chicoutimi 3; Saint John 3, Drummondville 0 and Val-d'Or 5, Quebec 4 (OT).

At Rimouski, Que., after a scoreless first period, Belzile scored 32 seconds into the second to give the Oceanic a 1-0 lead.

Straka doubled their lead at 2:47 but Bernier scored a power-play goal at 8:26, making it 2-1 Rimouski after 40 minutes.

Kamaev scored on the power play at 9:26 of thethird period to tie the game 2-2.

After no scoring in overtime, Gauthier-Leduc scored in the fourth round of the shootout.


Cataractes 2 Titan 1 (SO)

At Bathurst, N.B., Michael Chaput scored the shootout winner as Shawinigan (32-10-4) extended its win streak to six games by defeating the Titan (22-19-5).


Rocket 6 Sagueneens 3

At Charlottetown, Josh Currie scored twice and Antoine Bibeau made 25 saves as the Rocket (13-27-4) doubled up Chicoutimi (22-15-8).


Sea Dogs 3 Voltiguers 0

At Saint John N.B., Sebastien Auger earned his first QMJHL shutout, and first star of the game, turning aside 28 shots as the Sea Dogs (32-13-2) blanked Drummondville (17-24-5).


Foreurs 5 Remparts 4 (OT)

At Quebec City, Anthony Mantha scored twice, including the winner in overtime, as Val-d'Or (19-22-4) handed the Remparts (29-9-6) their third straight loss.

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