We expected a close game between Saguenéens de Chicoutimi and Cataractes de Shawinigan and that’s what we had on Thursday … for 40 minutes.
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Both teams were face to face during the first and third periods, but this was the second half which was the turning point of the game.
After the first twenty in which both teams scored a goal, Cataract dominated the Sags 15-3 in the throw table to gain second control, scoring three unanswered goals to bring the score to 4-1.
“We lacked respect”
Despite an attempt to get back into the third, it was over with the Sags.
Saguenéens head coach Yannick Jean did not listen to laughter.
“We gave them in the second term. We started playing an open style with them and I think we gave a lot of opportunities to score in this period like in our last three matches. We lacked respect for the attack in Shawinigan.
“We had scored 24 goals in our last four matches and we wanted to keep thinking only in terms of attack.”
Even a return to third place in his team was not to please him.
“I won’t be blown away by it. When you get ready for the playoffs you have to do some things correctly and the things we didn’t do tonight were absolutely in the game plan. We know that against them. How to play and we didn’t. ”
With the win, Cataract overtook the Sags for the third time in the QMJHL with 0.692 percent.
He said, “We took advantage of our chance in seconds and we took advantage of a favorable jump.” We took a step forward as a team today, ”said the head coach of
It will play in nova scotia
In addition, QMJHL announced on Thursday that games could be played in Nova Scotia over the next two weeks due to loosening of sanitary measures. The Halifax Mooseheads and Cape Breton Screaming Eagles will host a total of four games from March 9-14.
The Charlottetown Islanders will be the only other team to participate in these games.
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