SHAWINIGAN, Que. - James Phelan had the shootout winner for the Shawinigan Cataractes as they edged the Gatineau Olympiques 4-3 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play on Saturday.
Anthony Beauvillier struck twice in regulation and once in the shootout to pace the offence for the Cataractes (8-7-2) while Alexis D'Aoust added another to round out the attack.
William Blackburn, Alexandre Carrier and Alexandre Alain all had a goal for the Olympiques (7-7-4).
Marvin Cupper was the winning goaltender, making 23 saves and stopping 4 of 5 in the shootout.
Anthony Brodeur suffered the loss, turning aside 32 shots.
Shawinigan scored twice on seven power-play attempts while Gatineau was 1 for 5.
ARMADA 2 MOOSEHEADS 1
BOISBRIAND, Que. ? Tyler Hylland scored 1:25 into the second period and it proved to be the winner as the Armada beat Halifax.
Philippe Sanche had a goal and and assist for Blainville-Boisbriand (8-6-2).
Brandon Vuic found the back of the net for the Mooseheads (5-8-2).
SAGUENEENS 5 TIGRES 1
CHICOUTIMI, Que. ? Laurent Dauphin had a goal and two assists to power the Sagueneens past Victoriaville.
Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau, Jeremy Bouchard, Charles Guevremont and Nikita Liamkin also scored for Chicoutimi (6-9-1).
Filip Pyrochta chipped in with his first of the season on the power play for the Tigres (7-5-2).
SEA DOGS 6 DRAKKAR 2
SAINT JOHN, N.B. ??? Mitchell Dempsey scored once and added two assists in the Sea Dogs' win over Baie-Comeau.
Nathan Noel, Justice Dundas, Samuel Dove-McFalls, Mark Tremaine and Jakub Zboril supplied the rest of the Saint John (9-3-2) offence.
Bokondji Imama and Nicolas Meloche found the back of the net for the Drakkar (10-5-1).
REMPARTS 4 ISLANDERS 3
CHARLOTTETOWN ??? Kurt Etchegary struck twice for Quebec as it edged the Islanders.
Taylor Burke and Zachery Moody also scored for the Remparts (10-5-0), who were outshot 45-30.
Daniel Sprong, Oliver Cooper and Alexandre Goulet replied for Charlottetown (6-7-2).
VOLTIGEURS 5 WILDCATS 3
DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. ??? Joey Ratelle and Dylan Montcalm had two goals apiece for the Voltigeurs in their win over Moncton.
Alexandre Grand-Maison also chipped for Drummondville (7-6-2).
Christophe Lalonde scored two of the Wildcats' (8-7-0) three goals in the third period with Liam Murphy adding the other.