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QMJHL: Joshua Roy and Sherbrooke Phoenix beat Drummondville Voltigeurs

Sherbrooke Phoenix took a 2-0 lead over the Drummondville Voltigours thanks to six points from Joshua Roy in an 8-1 victory on Saturday.

For the second time in as many nights, Phoenix scored seven goals against the Voltigeurs, but on Saturday it was Joshua Roy’s work. Beauceron 7 harvestedH8H and 9H playoff goals and three assists, bringing his total to 19 in seven playoff games. The Montreal Canadiens scored eight dangerous shots in the game.

In Phoenix, only Jakob Melanson (1G, 2P), Jakob Brabink (2P) and Marc-Andre Godet (1G, 1P) finished more than 1 point ahead of Roy.

Goalkeeper Olivier Adam signed a 14-save victory, while Riley Mercer and Jacob Jobe got in on the dirty work in front of the Drummondville net.

Mannix Landry was the only scorer for Eric Bellanger’s men.

The two teams will travel to Drummondville for Game 3 of the series on Tuesday night.

Lawrence five-point game against Moncton

The Halifax Mooseheads rebounded with a 7-1 win over the Moncton Wildcats to even the series 1-1.

Josh Lawrence stole the show with two goals and three assists. He scored twice in the second period, including once on a power play to give his team a 3-1 lead and bring his total to five playoff victories.

Zachary L’Heureux broke the ice in the first half and added an assist. His game ended badly, as he received game misconduct for assaulting Yuan Luocheng, who hit him on the ice midway through the third period when the latter was in possession of the puck. The Wildcats were unable to score despite taking a five-minute lead.

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Matisse Rousseau had to make just 11 saves to claim the win.

Brady Schultz also hit the mark on the five-man offense, with Attilio Biasca and Marcus Vidicek scoring to prematurely end Jacob Steinman’s night in action. Vincent Fillion took over in the third period and subbed Evan Boucher for the game’s third goal with a man advantage.

Trent Ballentine gave Monckton a cue.