Alexandre Quesnel had a goal and two assists and the Gatineau Olympiques closed in on the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's West Division title with a 3-1 win over the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies on Tuesday.
The win allowed the Olympiques to maintain a six-point division lead over the Montreal Junior, who were 4-2 winners over Chicoutimi on Tuesday. Both teams have five regular-season games remaining.
Elsewhere in the QMJHL, P.E.I. beat Acadie-Bathurst 7-5.
At Rouyn-Noranda, Que., Alain Goulet and Paul Byron also scored for Gatineau (35-23-2-3).
Benoit Gervais replied for the Huskies (28-28-5-3).
Marc-Antoine Gelinas made 27 saves for the Olympiques while Antoine Lafleur stopped 25 shots for the Huskies.
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At Montreal, Pat O'Keefe had three assists as the Junior beat Chicoutimi.
Guillaume Asselin, Pier-Antoine Dion, Matthew Brenton and Louis-Marc Aubry scored for Montreal (33-27-1-2).
Mathieu Tousignant and Jacob Lagace each had a goal and an assist for Chicoutimi (22-31-4-7).
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At Charlottetown, Chris Doyle and Jarrad Struthers each had a goal and two assists as P.E.I. beat Acadie-Bathurst.
Simon Olsson, whit two goals, Ben Duffy, Maxime Levesque and Joel Champagne also scored for the Rocket (24-30-4-5).
Jonathan Lessard had two goals and two assists while Cameron Critchlow, Jeremie Malouin and Artem Demkov also scored for the Titan (20-31-7-6).