The Blainville-Boisbriand Armada have re-taken first place in the West Division as they defeated the Baie-Comeau Drakkar 4-3 on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
Jess Tanguy, Cedrick Paquette, Dylan Anderson and Jean-Christophe Laflamme all scored for the Armada (16-14-2).
Tomas Filippi scored twice and added an assist for the Drakkar (15-14-1) as Sacha Guimond added a single goal.
Etienne Marcoux made 32 saves for the win while Jimmy Appleby allowed three goals on the first four shots he faced before being relieved by Antonio Mastropietro, who allowed one goal on nine shots.
Both teams went 0-for-2 on the power play.
The win moves Blainville-Boisbriand one point ahead of the Gatineau Olympiques, who sit second in the Telus West Division after losing Sunday to the Cape Breton Eagles.
Elsewhere in the QMJHL, it was: Chicoutimi 8, Saint John 3; Cape Breton 4, Gatineau 3 (OT) and Quebec 3, P.E.I. 1.
At Boisbriand, Que., Paquette opened the scoring at 5:42 of the first period to give the Armada a 1-0 lead.
Filippi tied it at 7:03 but Laflamme scored 14 second later, making it 2-1.
Tanguy made it 3-1 at 8:02 and that was it for Appleby as he was replaced by Mastropietro.
Filippi scored his second of the game with 19 seconds remaining in the first period to make it 3-2 Blainville-Boisbriand after 20 minutes.
Anderson scored the only goal in the second period and it came shorthanded at 18:45 to restore a two-goal lead for the Armada.
Guimond scored 37 seconds into the third period to make it a one-goal game but Marcoux stopped everything the rest of the way.
Sagueneens 8 Sea Dogs 3
At Saint John, N.B., Etienne Brodeur had three goals and two assists while Lukas Sedlak chipped in with a goal and three assist as Chicoutimi (13-10-8) crushed the first place Sea Dogs (25-8-1).
Remparts 3 Rocket 1
At Charlottetown, Francois Brassard stopped 38 of 39 shots as Quebec (23-6-3) defeated P.E.I. (7-22-3).
Screaming Eagles 4 Olympiques 3 (OT)
At Sydney, N.S., Logan Shaw scored in regulation and then set up Denis Kindl for the winner in overtime as Cape Breton (13-18-1) edged Gatineau (14-13-5).