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QMJHL Roundup: Klima, Leger each score twice as Wildcats beat Titan

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MONCTON, N.B. - Kevin Klima and Eric Leger each had a pair of goals as the Moncton Wildcats hung on to beat the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 5-4 on Sunday afternoon in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

William Bower added the other for Moncton (3-1-0), which got 26 saves from Sebastien Dupre.

Mark Trickett, Christophe Boivin, Jeffrey Truchon-Viel and Daniil Miromanov supplied the Titan (1-2-1) offence.

Reilly Pickard started in goal for Acadie-Bathurst but was pulled after allowing three goals on 16 shots. Daniel Vautour went the rest of the way, turning aside 13-of-15 shots in 34:40.

The Wildcats converted twice on seven power-play attempts while the Titan were 1 for 7.

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VOLTIGEURS 3 ARMADA 2 (OT)

BOISBRIAND, Que. ? Jeremy Bouchard scored 1:24 into overtime as Drummondville topped the Armada.

Mathieu Sevigny and Felix Girard also chipped in for the Voltigeurs (3-1-0).

Alexandre Delisle-Houde had both goals for Blainville-Boisbriand (2-1-1).

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REMPARTS 5 SAGUENEENS 2

CHICOUTIMI, Que. ? Matt Murphy and Massimo Carozza both scored once and added an assist as Quebec downed the Sagueneens.

Matthew Boucher, Lucas Thierus and Ross MacDougall had the others for the Remparts (2-2-0).

Charles Guevremont and Antoine Marcoux scored for Chicoutimi (0-3-1).

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ISLANDERS 4 SCREAMING EAGLES 3 (OT)

SYDNEY, N.S. ??? Oliver Cooper scored a minute into overtime as Charlottetown edged Cape Breton.

Quinn O'Brien, Filip Rydstrom and Mitchell Balmas also found the back of the net for the Islanders (4-0-0).

Declan Smith forced extra time after scoring at 18:59 of the third period. Pierre-Luc Dubois and Maxim Lazarev rounded out the Screaming Eagles' (1-2-1) attack.

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