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QMJHL recap January 12, 2023: Joshua Roy highlights comeback with 4 points and victory

In his first QMJHL comeback since winning the Junior World Championship for Canada, Joshua Roy recorded a goal and three assists in Sherbrooke Phoenix’s 7-0 win over the Cape Breton Eagles on Thursday.

Jacob Melanson scored two goals and an assist as the Phoenix claimed their fifth consecutive win.

Guard Olivier Adam needed just 15 saves to complete the hit.

After a quiet first period, Ethan Gauthier opened the scoring in the second.

Montreal Canadiens’ Joshua Roy doubled his team’s lead a few minutes later on a breakaway.

He was then assisted on goals by Jacob Melanson and Marc-Andre Godet, who kicked the puck into the air to score.

The avalanche of goals continued in the third period as Cole Hawkins, Maxime Cotet and Melanson all rocked the ropes in less than two minutes of play.

That’s when Eagles goalkeeper Oliver Sutney gave way to Nicolas Rocchia after giving up seven times on 36 shots. Rochea finished the game with seven saves.

The Mooseheads win an over the top duel against the Remparts

Cameron Wynott made the difference in the shootout and the Halifax Mooseheads beat the Quebec Remparts 2-1, in a duel between the two best teams in the QMJHL.

In the fourth round penalty shootout, Nathan Gaucher scored for the Remparts, but under pressure, Jordan Dumais added to the suspense. Mooseheads goaltender Matthysse Russo closed the door on Cam Thompson before Wynutt deflected William Russo.

Whynot’s goal gave the Mooseheads their fourth straight win. However, the Halifax Forces have not lost in regulation time in their last 14 games (12-0-2).

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The Remparts, who sit in first place in the QMJHL standings, eight points behind the Mooseheads, still have at least one point in their fifth straight game (3-0-2).

Alexandre Doucet, who was celebrating his 21st birthday, opened the scoring with his 34th goal of the season, a Corto Circuit record. The forward has scored at least one goal in his six appearances for the Mooseheads.

It took James Malatesta only 58 seconds to allow Remparts to equalize in the first half, but the two teams could not make a decision before the penalty shootout.

Mathis Russo finished the game with 32 tackles for the Mooseheads while William Russo blocked 23 shots by Patrick Roy’s men.

The final word for the Olympics is in the Armada

Cam McDonald closed out the debate in overtime with a 4-3 win for Gatineau Olympic over the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada.

Olympiques Riley Kidney’s final possession collected two assists. He has five points in three games since the Olympics got him from Acadé Bathurst Titan.

Olivier Nadeau, Zachary Dean and Samuel Lavoie scored for the Olympics.

Olivier Turchut, Jonathan Fauchon, and Xavier Sarasin hit the mark for the Armada.

Drakkar comes from behind against the poor sea dogs

Charles-Antoine Dumont threaded the needle on two occasions and Bay Como Drakkar beat Saint-Jean-Cie Dogs 5-3.

The Sea Dogs took a 3-2 lead, but Drakkar scored three unanswered goals for the win.

Charles-Thomas La Rochelle, Marc-Antoine Seguin and Justin Poirier were the other top scorers for Drakkar.

Peter Reynolds, Danny Akush and Alexis Cournoyer hit the mark for the Sea Dogs, who have lost their last four games. Akkouche was also the author of two help.

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The Sea Dogs are last in the QMJHL standings with 28 points in 39 games.