BAIE-COMEAU, Que. - Alexis D'Aoust and Anthony Beauvillier both scored twice and added an assist as the Shawinigan Cataractes beat the Baie-Comeau Drakkar 7-4 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
Giovanni Fiore also struck twice for Shawinigan (15-3-0), with Alex Pawelczyk rounding out the attack. Samuel Girard tacked on three assists.
Matt Jones had a pair of goals for the Drakkar (3-13-0). Vaclav Karabacek and Antoine Pouliot had the others.
Mikhail Denisov made 27 saves for the Cataractes as Evgeny Kiselev kicked out 24-of-30 shots for Baie-Comeau.
Shawinigan scored twice on four power plays while the Drakkar were 1 for 4.
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RIMOUSKI, Que. ? Beau Rusk scored the eventual winner in the second period as the Oceanic hung on to beat Halifax.
Tyler Boland and Pierre-Olivier Demers also found the back of the net for Rimouski (11-6-0).
Kelly Bent opened the scoring in the first before Danny Moynihan added a power-play goal in the second for the Mooseheads (7-11-2).
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CHICOUTIMI, Que. ? Gabriel Bilodeau and Alexandre Alain had goals in the first period to lead Gatineau over the Sagueneens.
Alex Breton rounded out the attack with a goal in the second for the Olympiques (11-5-1).
Garrett Johnston and Nicolas Roy replied with second-period goals for Chicoutimi (7-10-1).
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SAINT JOHN, N.B. ??? Daniel Del Paggio and Matthew Highmore both had a goal and an assist as the Sea Dogs toppled Val-d'Or.
Ottawa Senators draft pick Thomas Chabot, Adam Marsh and Jakub Zboril also found the back of the net for Saint John (10-7-1).
Nathan Tremblay struck twice, with Shawn Ouellette-St-Amant adding the other for the Foreurs (10-7-3).
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BATHURST, N.B. ??? Nicholas Blanchard scored twice and added an assist as the Titan dominated Moncton.
Jeffrey Truchon-Viel had a goal and two assists while Quintin Lisoway, Andrew Cordssen-David, Egor Popov and Felix Boivin rounded out the attack for Acadie-Bathurst (6-11-2).
Cameron Askew scored twice for the Wildcats (11-6-2), with William Bower also chipping in.