Newspaper article The Canadian Press

QMJHL Roundup: Phoenix Offence Explodes in 9-6 Win over Olympiques

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

QMJHL Roundup: Phoenix Offence Explodes in 9-6 Win over Olympiques

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QMJHL Roundup: Phoenix topple Olympiques 9-6


GATINEAU, Que. - Jan Dufek scored three times while Jeremy Roy and Daniel Audette had four-point outings as the Sherbrooke Phoenix defeated the host Gatineau Olympiques 9-6 on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Roy and Audette each had a goal and three assists for the Phoenix (2-3-1) while Vincent Deslauriers had two goals and a helper. Nicolas Poulin added a goal and two assists and Guillaume Gauthier produced a goal and a helper to round out the offence.

Alain Alexandre struck twice for the Olympiques (5-1-0), who also got goals from Alex Breton, Alexandre Carrier, Yan Pavel Laplante and Jeffrey Durocher.

Sherbrooke's Evan Fitzpatrick only had to make 15 saves for the win. Mathieu Bellemare started in net for Gatineau, but was yanked after allowing four goals on 18 shots in 30:11 of action. Bo Taylor stopped 16-of-20 shots in relief.

The Phoenix went 2 for 5 on the power play while the Olympiques failed to score on three chances with the man advantage.



HALIFAX -- Loik Leveille scored the winner at 4:25 of the extra period and Alexandre Belanger kicked out 39 shots as Cape Breton edged the Mooseheads.

Maxim Lazarev and Clark Bishop also scored for the Screaming Eagles (3-2-1).

Maxime Fortier and Jean-Sebastien Taillefer found the back of the net for Halifax (1-3-2), which got a 31-save outing from Kevin Resop.



CHARLOTTETOWN -- Cameron Askew had two goals and an assist and Conor Garland scored once and set up three more as Moncton doubled up the Islanders.

Manuel Wiederer added a goal and two helpers for the Wildcats (5-1-0) while Eric Leger and Kelly Klima rounded out the scoring. Zachary Fortin made 28 saves for the win.

Bradley Kennedy, Chris Chaddock and Alexandre Goulet scored for Charlottetown (4-2-0). Matthew Welsh allowed five goals on 16 shots before giving way to Daryl MacCallum, who stopped 21-of-22 shots in 29:11 of relief. …

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