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QMJHL Roundup: St-Cyr nets three, Cadorette gets shutout as Drakkar beat Phoenix @NHLdotcom

BAIE-COMEAU, Que. - Maxime St-Cyr added to his his lead as the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's leading goal scorer with an offensive outburst on Saturday night.

St-Cyr had a hat trick and Philippe Cadorette stopped all 28 shots he faced as the Baie-Comeau Drakkar blanked the Sherbrooke Phoenix 4-0.

Luca Ciampini opened the scoring 2:41 into the first to give the Drakkar (32-19-8) the early lead. St-Cyr would then score the next three straight ? including his 50th of the season ? to pad their lead. Dzmitry Ambrozheichik added three assists.

Alex Bureau turned away 19 shots for Sherbrooke (31-21-5) in the loss.

Neither team scored on the power play with Baie-Comeau missing out on two chances and the Phoenix not converting on five.

The Drakkar's Simon Desbiens received a game misconduct for boarding 15 seconds into the second period.



SYDNEY, N.S. ? Marcus Hinds scored at 19:41 of the third period to complete the comeback as the Screaming Eagles edged Victoriaville.

Maxim Lazarev also had a goal in the third for Cape Breton (25-26-5), with Stephen Anderson adding the other.

Samuel Blais scored both goals for the Tigres (25-28-6), who jumped out to a 2-0 lead to start the game.



CHARLOTTETOWN ??? Timo Meier had a goal late in the second period on the power play as Halifax slipped past the Islanders.

Danny Moynihan also found the back of the net on the man advantage for the Mooseheads (28-23-6).

Daniel Sprong chipped in with a power-play goal for Charlottetown (28-25-4).



DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. ??? Matthew Boucher scored the winner in the third period as the Voltigeurs snapped a nine-game losing streak by defeating Rimouski.

Alex Barre-Boulet led the offence with a pair of goals for Drummondville (24-31-3). Michael Carcone also chipped in with a goal in the third.

Anthony DeLuca struck twice for the Oceanic (37-14-4), in their first regulation loss in 10 games. Michael Joly added a short-handed goal late in the first period.



ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. ??? Anthony Duclair had a short-handed goal in a three-goal first period and added three assists as Quebec beat the Huskies.

Adam Erne ??? on the power play ??? and Massimo Carozza also chipped in during the first for the Remparts (35-19-3). Ryan Graves and Marc-Olivier Roy rounded out the attack.

Mathieu Lemay and Alexandre Sills found the back of the net for Rouyn-Noranda (27-26-4) as it dropped its fourth straight.

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