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Roy earns 11th career shutout as Cape Breton blanks Mooseheads 2-0 @NHLdotcom

Olivier Roy is moving up in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League record books.

Roy made 31 saves as the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles blanked the Halifax Mooseheads 2-0 Saturday night.

It was Roy's 11th career shutout, moving him into a three-way tie for fifth amongst the QMJHL's all-time shutout leaders. He is tied with Mathieu Chouinard and Jeremy Duchesne.

Ryan Mior holds the record with 15 shutouts between 2003 and 2008 with the P.E.I. Rocket and Gatineau Olympiques.

Viktor Hertzberg ensured Roy's effort was not a waste by scoring both goals for the Screaming Eagles.

Elsewhere in the QMJHL it was: P.E.I. 3 Shawinigan 2 (OT); Moncton 6 Acadie-Bathurst 2; Saint John 4 Montreal 2; and Rouyn-Noranda 3 Val-d'Or 2.

At Halifax, Mathieu Brodeur and Marc Bourgeois had assists for Cape Breton (25-15-5).

Peter Delmas stopped 23 shots for the Mooseheads (8-32-3).


Rocket 3 Cataractes 2 (OT)

At Shawinigan, Que., Jarrad Struthers scored in overtime as P.E.I. edged the Cataractes.

Samson Mahbod and Jean-Philippe Mathieu had goals in regulation for the Rocket (23-17-4).

Antoine Houde-Caron and Michael Bournival replied for Shawinigan (19-17-6).


Wildcats 6 Titan 2

At Moncton, Randy Cameron, Alex Saulnier and Nicolas Deschamps had a goal and an assist for the Wildcats as they mauled Acadie-Bathurst.

Kelsey Tessier opened scoring for Moncton (27-11-4), while Mark Barberio and Scott Brannon also scored.

Vincent Arseneau and Taylor Lambke had goals for the Titan (15-23-5).


Sea Dogs 4 Junior 2

At Saint John, N.B., Nicholas Petersen scored and added two assists as the Sea Dogs doubled Montreal.

Tomas Jurco, Mike Thomas and Michael Kirkpatrick also scored for Saint John (36-7-1).

David Rose and Louis-Marc Aubry found the back of the net for the Junior (20-19-3).


Huskies 3 Foreurs 2

At Val-d'Or, Que., Jerome Raymond scored the winner as Rouyn-Noranda nipped the Foreurs.

Jeff Desjardins and Gabriel Levesque added singles for the Huskies (25-17-3).

Vincent Couture and Alexandre Quesnel had goals for Val-d'Or (15-23-5).

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