Despite a two-goal performance and an assist from captain Luke Heineman, the Blanville-Boisbriand Armada lost to the Drummond Voltisers 7-3 on Thursday in Rimuski.
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With his second goal of the game at the end of the second period, Heinemann nevertheless gave a goal for the formation of the Basis-Laurentides. At +1, the center player is also the only player in the club to show a positive difference.
Seven different markers shined red light for Drummondville, Justin Cote, William Dufour, Charlie da Fonseca, Jeremy LaPointe, Luke Woodworth, arddouard Charron and Daniel Agostino. Maverick Lamoureux was the companion of the three of them.
Olivier Adam has been tested 37 times, his third consecutive setback. At the other end of the ice, Francesco Lapena failed three times on 38 shots, also for Yaroslav Likchechev.
Rémi Poirier slows down the Tigers
Ramey Poirier was solid in front of his cage, stopping 32 of his 34 shooters and helping Gatiniu enter the Olympics by defeating the Victoriastown Tigers by a score of 5–2.
This was the fourth consecutive win for the Outsies team since the inception of the protected environment at the Complex Branchaud-Birr.
Tristan Allard, Métis Roelance, Mannix Landry, Pier-Olivier Roy and Andrew Coxhead all defeated Fabio Iacobo, who was ruled out of the game after facing 21 shots. In relief, Nicholas Hertubis performed four jatans.
The loss ends the four-game winning streak for the Tigers. Alex Beauze and Egor Serdyuk caused the defeat.
Charles Tremble scored twice, hitting the target in the 3–0 over, with Sherinok Phoenix winning by Rottin-Noranda Huskies at Gatiniu.
Justin Gill also injected the win, while Donovan Arseneault and Oleksi McLucha responded.
Samuel Hlavaj went on to lose twice on 28 shots to gain an edge in his record. Samuel Richard blocked 31 pucks in the second camp.
Sanctions relaxation in Nova Scotia
The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) has announced new dates for the four games to be played in Nova Scotia following the relaxation of certain restrictions by the province’s health authorities.
The Halifax Mooseheads will host the Charlottetown Islanders on Tuesday and March 14, while the Cape Breton Eagles will be in the city on March 11. The Eagles will receive a visit from the Islanders on March 13.
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