Philippe Tremblay made 36 saves for his first Quebec Major Junior Hockey League shutout and Petr Straka scored twice as the Rimouski Oceanic blanked the Victoriaville Tigres 5-0 Sunday.
Alex Emond, Emmanuel Boudreau and Gleason Fournier also scored for Rimouski (7-4-3), which won its fifth straight game and moved into sole possession of second place in the East Division.
Victoriaville (7-6-1) missed a chance to move past Lewiston into second place in the Central Division.
In other QMJHL action it was: Gatineau 5 Acadie-Bathurst 1; Cape Breton 4 Chicoutimi 3 (OT); Baie-Comeau 3 Halifax 1; Saint John 5 P.E.I. 2; and Shawinigan 6 Val-d'Or 5 (OT).
At Rimouski, Que., Victoriaville goaltender Kevin Poulin gave up three goals on 10 shots before being replaced by Antonio Mastropietro, who stopped 17 of 19 shots he faced in relief.
Olympiques 5 Titan 1
At Gatineau,Que., Hugo Laporte, Tye McGinn and Philippe Halley each had a goal and an assist as the Olympiques beat Acadie-Bathurst.
Olivier Croteau and Jean-Gabriel Pageau also scored for Gatineau (11-3-0).
Taylor Lambke replied for Acadie-Bathurst (6-6-3).
Screaming Eagles 4 Sagueneens 3 (OT)
At Chicoutimi, Que., Patrick Lapostolle scored in overtime as Cape Breton beat the Sagueneens despite blowing a 3-0 lead.
Nick MacNeil, Stephen Horyl and Luke Adam also scored for the Screaming Eagles (8-5-2).
Nicolas Deschamps scored twice while Antoine Roussel had the other goal for Chicoutimi (6-5-4).
Drakkar 3 Mooseheads 1
At Baie-Comeau, Que., Gabriel Bourque scored twice as the Drakkar defeated Halifax.
Emrik Guillemette also scored for Baie-Comeau (4-9-1).
Gerrad Grant replied for the Mooseheads (1-13-1).
Sea Dogs 5 Rocket 2
At Saint John, N.B., Mike Hoffman scored twice as the Sea Dogs beat P.E.I.
Stanislav Galiev, Michael Kirkpatrick and Steven Anthony also scored for Saint John (10-4-1).
Joel Champagne and Benjamin Casavant replied for the Rocket (8-6-2).
Cataractes 6 Foreurs 5 (OT)
At Val-d'Or, Que., Pierre-Alexandre Vandall scored his second of the game in overtime as Shawinigan beat the Foreurs.
Dave Labrecque, with two goals, Dominik Schlumpf, and Philippe Paradis also scored for the Cataractes (5-6-2).
Olivier Archambault and Samuel Morneau each scored twice for Val-d'Or (4-10-2), while Marco Scandella had the Cataractes other goal.