Newspaper article The Canadian Press

QMJHL Roundup: Julien Pelletier's Hat Trick Powers Phoenix over Drakkar

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

QMJHL Roundup: Julien Pelletier's Hat Trick Powers Phoenix over Drakkar

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QMJHL Roundup: Phoenix down Drakkar 8-4


BAIE-COMEAU, Que. - Julien Pelletier scored a hat trick and Carl Neill recorded five assists as the Sherbrooke Phoenix downed the Baie-Comeau Drakkar 8-4 on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Yaroslav Alexeyev had two goals and an assist while Marek Zachar also struck twice for Sherbrooke (4-4-2). Felix Robert had the other and Thomas Gregoire added four helpers.

Ivan Chekhovich led the Drakkar (2-5-3) offence with two goals and two assists while Matt Jones had two goals and one helper.

Justin Blanchette made 23 saves for the win in net.

Bo Taylor took the loss by stopping 3-of-5 shots in 7:45 during the second period. Antoine Samuel started the game but was relieved midway through the second before re-entering after Taylor allowed his second goal. Samuel finished by kicking out 14-of-20 shots.

The Phoenix scored four times on five power plays while Baie-Comeau was 1 for 3.



BATHURST, N.B. -- Giovanni Fiore had a pair of goals as Cape Breton got past the Titan.

Dillon Boucher, Phelix Martineau and Yannik Bertrand also scored for the Screaming Eagles (5-5-0). Kyle Jessiman stopped all 17 shots he faced in relief for the win in net. Kevin Mandolese started but was pulled after turning aside 8-of-11 shots in the first period.

Pierre-Luc Dubois, the No. 3 pick by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2016 NHL draft, recorded an assist in his first game since being returned to Cape Breton.

Dawson Theede had a pair of power-play goals in the first for Acadie-Bathurst (4-4-2) with Jonathan Boucier adding the other. Reilly Pickard took the loss, making 32 saves.



RIMOUSKI, Que. -- Daniel Hardie struck twice and Tyler Boland had a goal and three assists as the Oceanic routed Gatineau.

Dylan Montcalm had a goal and two assists while Denis Mikhnin, Samuel Laberge and Alexandre Grise rounded out the attack for Rimouski (5-4-0). …

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