Yannick Riendeau and Dany Masse haven't missed a beat to start the playoffs, and neither have the Drummondville Voltigeurs
The top two regular-season scorers in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League shined again on Saturday, combining for 11 points in Drummondville's 10-1 rout of the Lewiston Maineiacs in game two of their first-round series.
Masse had a hat trick and Riendeau scored twice, while both added three assists for the Voltigeurs, who outshot Lewiston 48-17.
Riendeau and Masse both recorded five points in game one - a 12-3 thumping for Drummondville - giving both players over 10 points in just two playoff games.
Riendeau led the league with 126 points (58 goals, 68 assists) this season and Masse placed second with 110 (44-66). Together, they formed the cornerstone of a potent Voltigeurs offence that scored a league-leading 345 goals.
Elsewhere in the QMJHL, it was: Rouyn-Noranda 4, Montreal 3; Shawinigan 7, Victoriaville 1; Gatineau 8, Acadie-Bathurst 2; Moncton 5, P.E.I. 0; Rimouski 5, Chicoutimi 1; Quebec 5, Baie-Comeau 2; and Cape Breton 5, Saint John 2.
At Drummondville, Que., Mike Hoffman scored twice, Dmitry Kulikov had a goal and two assists, and Marc-Olivier Vachon and Philippe Bergeron also scored for the Voltigeurs. Christopher DiDomenico added three assists.
Dominic Savoie scored for Lewiston.
Marco Cousineau made 16 saves to earn the win, while Maineiacs netminder Peter Delmas stopped 38 shots.
Huskies 4, Junior 3
At Montreal, Michael Beaudry broke a 3-3 tie six minutes into the third period to help Rouyn-Noranda even its series against the Junior at one game apiece.
Sergey Ostapchuk, Christophe Losier and Jerome Cote also scored for the Huskies.
T.J. Brennan had a goal and an assist, while Guillaume Asselin and Samuel Grenache added goals for Montreal.
Cataractes 7, Tigres 1
At Shawinigan, Que., Maxime Macenauer scored a pair of power-play goals as the Cataractes steamrolled Victoriaville to take a 2-0 series lead.
Alex Grant, Charles-Olivier Roussel and Pierre-Alexandre Vandall all had a goal and an assist for Shawinigan, which went 5-for-9 with the man-advantage. Philippe Paradis and Maxime Legault also scored, while Nicholas Petersen added three assists.
Andrej Nestrasil scored the lone goal for the Tigres.
Olympiques 8, Titan 2
At Gatineau, Que., Nicolas Boyer had two goals and two assists as the Olympiques thrashed Acadie-Bathurst in game two.
Christian Ouellet-Martel had a goal and two assists, Vincent Barnard, Steven Delisle and Jean-Philip Chabot all had a goal and an assist, while Hugo Laporte and Yoan Pinette also scored for Gatineau, which took a 2-0 series lead. Paul Byron added three assists.
Taylor Lambke and Eric Faille replied for the Titan.
Wildcats 5, Rocket 0
At Moncton, Nicola Riopel stopped all 35 shots he faced as the Wildcats blanked P.E.I. to go up 2-0 in their first-round series.
Ted Stephens had two goals and two assists, Adam Bezak had a goal and two assists, while Tomy Joly and Matt Eagles also scored for Moncton.
Rocket starting netminder Bobby Nadeau allowed all five goals on 30 shots before being replaced by Evan Mocher, who stopped seven shots.
Oceanic 5, Sagueneens 1
At Rimouski, Que., Olivier Fourtier had a four-point game with two goals and two assists as the Oceanic defeated Chicoutimi to take a 2-0 series lead.
Philippe Cornet and Marc-Andre Bourdon had a goal and an assist each and Sebastien Piche also scored for Rimouski. Keven Veilleux added four assists.
Michael Belanger scored for the Sagueneens.
Remparts 5, Drakkar 2
At Quebec, Marc-Olivier Vallerand scored twice and added an assist as the Remparts beat Baie-Comeau to go up 2-0 in the series.
Dmitri Kugryshev had a goal and an assist while Kelsey Tessier and Mikhail Stefanovich also scored for Quebec.
Mike Villeneuve and Simon Darveau replied for the Drakkar.
Screaming Eagles 5, Sea Dogs 2
At Sydney, N.S., Nick MacNeil scored twice in the second period as the Screaming Eagles topped Saint John to go up 2-0 in their first round series.
Chris Culligan and Joey Haddad had a goal and an assist each and Jean-Christophe Gauthier also scored for Cape Breton.
David Stich and Payton Liske scored for the Sea Dogs.