In the best game of the last series, the Quebec Remparts defeated the Halifax Moosahids 5-4 in overtime tonight in a game played at the Scotiabank Center.
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James Malatesta played the hero by jumping on his return to thwart Matisse Rousseau, who hit the first shot. Thus the Remparts lead 2-1 in the series and the next game takes place tomorrow.
Arriving alone in front of William Russo, Josh Lawrence gave the Mooseheads the lead after just 14 seconds at the start of the final third. The Remparts didn’t give up and Daniel Agostino made it 4-4.
Minutes later, fullback Ivan Nose hit the post as the Rimbers moved into opposition territory.
The Remparts had their best period of the game in Game 3, dominating their opponents 16-7 in a shootout.
Mooseheads dominance at 2
Upon his return to the game, Jordan Dumais wasted no time in signing up with the brand. Left alone by Wiiliam Rousseau, he slid between the gatekeeper’s pads to give the Mooseheads a 3-2 lead.
The locals dominated the first half of the clash and the Remparts only managed their first shot in the eighth minute.
However, the Rimbers managed to retire to the bound locker room. James Malatesta redirected Justin Robidas’ shot to fail the goalkeeper. In this sequence, the trio of Malatesta, Robidas and Charles Savoy achieved the best moment of the Rempartes team in the second period.
This morning, Patrick Roy told us that the Remparts may be going through a rough patch, but they shouldn’t be pushed out of the game. This is exactly what they achieved.
Fast paced first
The first period was played at high speed. Highly effective in the power play since the start of the series, the Mooseheads struck again with an extra man to open the scoring through a burning Alexandre Doucet.
After a stop by William Russo who stopped Josh Lawrence at the breakaway as the Mooseheads were one man short, the Remparts scored twice.
Jumping on his return, Justin Robidas equalized before Pierre-Olivier Roy tapped in a pass from Zachary Bolduc to launch the visitors ahead. The celebrations were short-lived as Mathieu Cataford put both teams back at square one after just 54 seconds.
In addition to four goals, we conceded quite a few rough checks. In a sequence where both players stayed on the ice, Roy and David Moravec got into violent contact in Mooseheads territory.
Soon after, Nathan Gaucher pinched Zachary L’Heureux hard into the center of the ice.
Return of Jordan Dumays
QMJHL player par excellence, Jordan Dumais played his first game in the final. Injured in the upper body in the semi-final against Sherbrooke Phoenix, the Mooseheads forward took part in his first training session on Monday.
The return of Charles Trochon
Injured in the fourth and final match of the semi-final against Gatineau Olympiques, Charle Truchon also played his first match in the final round. noon. He found his partner Nicolas Savoy on the first pair of Red Devils.
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