Gabriel Bourque scored four times Tuesday as the Moncton Wildcats beat the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 7-2 to take a 3-0 lead in their second-round Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoff series.
Kelsey Tessier added a goal and two assists for Moncton, while Mark Barberio and Simon Jodoin also scored.
Brandon Gormley chipped in with three assists and Ted Stephens and Nicolas Deschamps had two each.
Nicola Riopel made 32 saves for the win.
Elsewhere in the QMJHL it was: Rimouski 5 Drummondville 2; and Saint John 6 Gatineau 0.
At Moncton, N.B., Philippe Cornet and Dmitry Kostromitin replied for the Huskies, who trailed 4-2 after the first period and 6-2 after two.
Nicholas Champion allowed four goals on eight shots in the first period before being replaced by Mickael Audette, who finished with 20 saves the rest of the way.
Game 4 goes Friday in Moncton.
Oceanic 5 Voltigeurs 2
At Rimouski, Que., Matthew Dopud made 40 saves as the Oceanic got back into their series with Drummondville.
The Voltigeurs still lead the second-round series 2-1.
Alex Belzile scored twice, while Alexandre Durette, Charles-Antoine and Petr Straka had the other goals.
Christopher DiDomenico and Philippe Lefebvre replied for Drummondville. Jake Allen allowed four goals on 13 shots, before being relieved by Frederic Piche, who finished with three saves.
Game 4 goes Wednesday in Rimouski.
Sea Dogs 6 Olympiques 0
At Gatineau, Que., Michael Kirkpatrick had two goals and two assists as Saint John took a 3-0 lead in its series with the Olympiques.
Nathan Beaulieu scored twice and added an assist, while Jonathan Huberdeau and Nicholas Petersen had the other goals.
Marco Cousineau finished with 18 saves to pick up the win.
Game 4 is Wednesday in Gatineau.