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QMJHL: Riley Kidney gives the Olympiques the win in overtime

QMJHL: Riley Kidney gives the Olympiques the win in overtime

Riley Kidney scored in overtime to give Gatineau Olympic a 4-3 victory over the Quebec Remparts on Saturday.

CH hope dived in and the ball deflected off opposing defender Nicolas Savoy to end up behind William Russo.

Left the previous day in his first game with his new team, also against the Remparts, Kidney added another assist to bring his totals to 15 goals and 33 assists in 31 games this season.

He initially contributed to Cam McDonald’s first goal of the game, and then Samuel Savoy’s goal that made it 3-1 in the second half.

Colin Ratt was the other leading scorer in the win, while goaltender Francesco Lapina got revenge on the Remparts this time with 27 saves.

Zachary Bolduc forced extra time with 40 seconds left after Rosso slipped his own net in favor of a sixth striker.

Vsevolod Komarov and Daniel Agostino also provided the response to Quebec.

The Remparts also announced bad news by revealing that defenseman Evan Nause will be out for about six weeks with a broken foot. He wasn’t in training today.

Phoenix wins offensive fest

Four Sherbrooke Phoenix players had at least three points in Phoenix’s 9-5 win over the Drummondville Voltigoers.

Israel Mianscum, Cole Huckins, and Milo Roelens each had a goal and two assists, while Jaheem Lagacé had three assists. Ethan Gauthier scored two goals for Phoenix.

Phoenix captain Kylen Gauthier took advantage of this goal-fest to score the net for the first time this season. Riley Mercer surrendered nine times before a 51-shot barrage in front of the Voltigeurs net.

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On the other side of the rink, his opponent, Olivier Adam, struggled. He was thrown out of the game after allowing five goals on only 17 shots. Samuel St. Helier earned the win with four saves.

Luke Woodworth led the Voltigeurs with a goal and two assists. Tristan Roy, Jeremy Lapointe, Mickael Diot and Michael Derbidge also moved the ropes for the Voltigors.

The Wildcats are having fun against the Oceanic

Maxim Barbashev blinked the red light twice and the Moncton Wildcats handily won 5-1 over Rimouski Oceanic.

Barbashev opened the scoring just 74 seconds into the first half. Maxime Coursol tied the game at the end of the period, but it was Océanic’s only moment of celebration.

Yuan Luocheng, Charles Beaudoin, Alexis Daniel, and Barbashev all scored to give the Wildcats the victory. Barbashev’s second goal was his twentieth of the season. In addition to scoring, Daniel added two assists.

Jacob Steinman was solid in the net for the Wildcats with a 26 save performance. Patrick Hammerla made 24 saves in the losing side.

The Eagles are right about Drakkar

Xavier Daigle had three assists as the Cape Breton Eagles beat Baie-Comeau Drakkar, 4-3.

Bey Como scored the first goal in this duel when Isaac Dufort scored his 11th goal of the season. His wrist shot from the left circle caught Olivier Ciarlo off the side of the glove.

But the Eagles responded with three unanswered goals. Jacob Newcombe, Evan Evan and Samuel Johnson gave Cape Breton a two-goal lead.

However, Drakkar managed to come back from behind thanks to curling goals from Anthony Lavoie and Charles-Antoine Dumont.

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Trevor Thurston broke the tie 3-3 at 7:52 of the third period to put the team ahead for good. Daigle collected his third assist of the game with the winning goal.

Nicolas Rocchia earned the win with a 21-save performance, while Ciarlo made 27 saves in the loss.

Armada explodes in the second half to win

The Blainville-Boisbriand Armada scored three goals in the second period to cruise to a 4-3 victory over Val d’Or Fourres.

Jonathan Fauchon scored the winning goal and assist after opening the scoring.

The Foreurs took a 2-1 lead thanks to Louis Robin and William Provost.

Philippe Fauchon, Vincent Desjardins and Alexis Bourque, however, scored three unanswered goals in this arrangement for the winners.

Alexander Gay added the final goal with 1:36 remaining in a lost cause.

The Huskies continue their momentum

Olivier Dubois scored two goals and an assist as the Rouen-Noranda Huskies defeated Acadée Bathurst Titan 4-1.

The Huskies have not lost in regulation in their last nine games (7-0-2).

Anthony Turcotte and Benjamin Brunel were the winning scorers.

Only Donovan Arsenault hit the target in the opposing clan, having broken the ice early in the second half.