Newspaper article The Canadian Press

QMJHL Roundup: MacKinnon, Zachar Have Three Points Each as Phoenix Beat Remparts

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

QMJHL Roundup: MacKinnon, Zachar Have Three Points Each as Phoenix Beat Remparts

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QMJHL Roundup: Phoenix beat Remparts


SHERBROOKE, Que. - Evan MacKinnon and Marek Zachar each had two goals and an assist as the Sherbrooke Phoenix defeated the Quebec Remparts 6-4 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Thomas Gregoire and Felix Robert also scored for the Phoenix (15-11-7). Evan Fitzpatrick turned away 23 shots.

Derek Gentile, Olivier Garneau, Jesse Sutton and Andrew Coxhead supplied the offence for Quebec (19-10-4). Dereck Baribeau made 29 saves.

Sherbrooke went 4-for-7 on the power play and the Remparts were 1-for-4.



RIMOUSKI, Que. -- Alex-Olivier Voyer had the shootout winner and added another in regulation to lift the Oceanic over Victoriaville.

Christopher Inniss had the other goal in regulation for Rimouski (20-7-4) and Colten Ellis made 30 saves.

Ivan Kosorenkov and Vincent Lanoue scored for the Tigres (13-13-5). Anthony Morrone turned away 23 shots.



CHICOUTIMI, Que. -- Kelly Klima and Olivier Galipeau had a goal and an assist apiece as the Sagueneens beat Blainville-Boisbriand.

Felix-Antoine Marcotty, Samuel Houde, Zachary Lavigne and Mathieu Desgagnes supplied the rest of the offence for Chicoutimi (14-14-3). Zachary Bouthillier turned aside 25 shots.

Thomas Ethier, Anthony Morin, Mathieu Boissonneault and Michael Kemp scored for the Armada (21-6-2). Emile Samson made 25 saves in defeat.



BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Justin Blanchette stopped all 22 shots he faced and D'Artagnan Joly had a goal and two assists as the Drakkar shut out Shawinigan.

Jordan Martel, Nolan Gardiner, Isaiah Gallo-Demetris, Christopher Benoit and Louis Tardif also scored for Baie-Comeau (13-16-2).

Mikhail Denisov turned away 45 shots for the Cataractes (9-23-1).



CHARLOTTETOWN -- Anthony Beauchamp's goal late in the first period stuck as the winner as Gatineau got past the Islanders.

Pier-Olivier Lacombe also chipped in during the first period and Mitchell Balmas added an empty netter for the Olympiques (16-10-4). …

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