Blanville’s Xavier Barnett and captain hammered the final nail in Blainville-Boisbriand Armada’s coffin by flashing a red light in the third inning and the Sherbrooke Phoenix’s 4-1 victory on Monday.
The parents were helped by his longtime partner Joshua Roy and the two players increased their lead as QMJHL’s top scorer in the playoffs. All of them have 14 points in six matches.
Their teammate David Spacek also benefited from the match to cement his first place in the scoring playoffs among the defenders thanks to the assist. This is his eighth point in this series.
Israel Mianscum and Stéphane fils Huard each had a goal and a pass in the win. Also for the Phoenix team, Ehtan Gauthier got two passes.
Nicholas Sheehan stopped 28 of the 32 shots on Armada’s goal.
Jacob Robillard once scored 19 shots.
Estrie’s team can get their ticket to the QMJHL semi-finals on Thursday, when the series moves to Boisbriand.
It was the locals who hit the scoreboard first, when Howard jumped single-handedly to score midway through the first half.
Shortly after returning from the locker room, defender Maxime Blanchard doubled his lead with an accurate shot at the top of the power game.
Moments later, Armada striker Oleksiy Miklokha was awarded a penalty. Although he succeeded in making Rubilard lie down, he was unable to complete his maneuver due to a very limited angle.
But the fleet did not say its last word. Alexis Burke put his team in the scoring with a shot at the mouth of the net 10 minutes before the end of the third half.
But after just a minute, Parent finished pushing the visitors with one powerful timer running through Sheehan’s towels. It was the sixth qualifying goal for the future Patriots player at the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivieres.
Mianscom completed the work for Stefan Julian’s men.
Shawy approaching the goal
Mavrik Bourque continued his excellent streak and collected a goal and assist to guide Shawinigan Cataractes to a 3-1 victory over the Gatineau Olympiques.
Cataracts 3- Olympiad 1
Burki has 11 points in five matches since the start of the qualifiers.
Daniel Agostino and Olivier Nadeau also moved ropes for the waterfall. Charles-Antoine Lavalle had to block only 15 shots to sign for victory.
Simon Benard responded to the Olympics, who saw Remy Pourier save 23 balls.
Rimouski responds to Remparts
Alex Drover scored two goals and Rimouski Oceanic beat Quebec Rimparts 4-1 in the second match of the second round.
After being eliminated 4-0 the day before, Océanic was even more opportunistic, even if he only fired one shot. The series is now tied 1-1 and the third match will be played on Thursday evening in Rimouski.
Mile Saint-Denis and Alexandre Blaise scored, in an empty net, the goal of Serge Beausoleil’s men, who eliminated the Anniversary Cup hosts, Saint-Jean-Cie Dogs, in the first round.
Besides Drover, the star of the match was undoubtedly goalkeeper Gabriel Robert. The rookie Océanic blocked 33 shots on his first start since Game Three of the series against the Sea Dogs.
James Malatesta hit the mark of the Rimbers, who suffered their first loss in five games since the start of the playoffs. Fabio Iacobo allowed three goals from 17 shots.
Patrick Roy’s side suffered their first loss in 16 games at Videotron Center since March 5th.
Drover opened the scoring on Océanic’s first shot of the game. He cheated Iakubo’s vigil at the top of Grid, to his right.
Malatesta equalized in the middle of the second half. After Nathan Gaucher won in a freestyle, the fifth-round pick of the Columbus Blue Jackets fired an unexpected shot that beat Robert.
The guests took the lead from the third minute of the last third. Forgotten alone in the besieged area, Saint-Denis accepted a pass from Frédéric Brunet before defeating Iacobo with a quick shot.
Drover put the game out of reach of the Remparts in the Force Game at 15:44. He grabbed a pass on the point and advanced between the two circles before shooting with precision
The inhabitants of the island of Titan fall in the game 2
The Charlottetown Islanders hit the target three times at 3:43 in the second half on Monday en route to a decisive 5-1 victory over the Acadian Bathurst Titan.
Under the guidance of their captain Brett Bogdale, the Islands advanced by two wins to zero in this showdown from the second round of the playoffs.
Bodgill added his fourth and fifth goals of this series, while Patrick Guay scored for the fifth time and Canadian Xavier Simono provided two assists.
Titan’s only response came late in the day, when Ben Allison completed a play by Miguel Torini and Hendrix Lapierre to deny Francesco Lapina a shutdown.
In front of the visitors cage, Jan Bednar scored five times in 26 rounds.
The two naval contenders meet Thursday night, this time at Titan’s home, the regional center in KC Irving.
“Hipster-friendly tv trailblazer. Problem solver. Infuriatingly humble introvert. Reader. Student. Subtly charming bacon maven.”
Gisele Bundchen breaks silence on her divorce from Tom Brady
Samuel Montembolt once again had a solid game for the Canadiens against the Lightning
CFL: The Wonderful and Complex World of the Montreal Alouettes Scouts