Multi-point games seem to come easy to Guillaume Asselin.
Asselin scored a goal and added an assist as his Chicoutimi Sagueneens crushed the visiting P.E.I. Rocket 9-1 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
For Asselin, it was his seventh multi-point game in his last 10 outings. Over that span he has 12 goals and 21 points.
Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored two goals and set up three more for the Sagueneens (23-16-8), Steve Lebel and Charles Hudon scored two goals each, Etienne Brodeur scored a goal and an assist while Jeremy Gregoire added a single goal.
Ben Duffy scored the lone goal for the Rocket (13-29-4).
Christopher Gibson made 21 saves for the win, while Maxime Lagace allowed all nine goals on 43 shots.
Chicoutimi dominated special teams, going 3 for 6 on the power play while killing off all three of P.E.I.'s opportunities with the man advantage.
Elsewhere in the QMJHL, it was: Saint John 7, Halifax 3; Gatineau 4, Shawinigan 2 and Drummondville 4, Quebec 3.
At Saguenay, Que., Pageau scored the only goal of the first period, coming at 14:58, to give the Sagueneens a 1-0 lead.
The second period was all Chicoutimi as they opened up the period with five straight goals.
Lebel opened the period with a goal 20 seconds in, Hudon scored a power-play goal at 7:18, Gregoire was next at 12:05, Hudon again at 15:15 and finally Asselin on the power play at 17:53.
Duffy put the Rocket on the board at 18:58, making it 6-1 Chicoutimi after 40 minutes of play.
Brodeur scored the first of three third period goals for the Sagueneens at 7:58.
Lebel scored his second of the game, short handed, at 12:58 and Pageau added his second of the game on the power play at 15:13.
Sea Dogs 7 Mooseheads 3
At Saint John, N.B., Tomas Jurco and Charles Coyle scored two goals apiece as the Sea Dogs (33-13-2) defeated Halifax (26-16-4).
Olympiques 4 Cataractes 2
At Gatineau, Que., Francois Lacerte made 37 saves, earning first star of the game, as the Olympiques (19-19-8) halted Shawinigan's (33-11-4) seven-game winning streak.
Voltiguers 4 Remparts 3
At Quebec City, Marc-Olivier Brouillard scored twice, including the winner, as Drummondville (18-25-5) handed the Remparts (29-11-6) their fifth straight loss.