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The Rocket in the Eastern Finals

The Rocket in the Eastern Finals

Laval’s rocket got hot, but Jean-Sebastien Dee played the champs in his third overtime with a 6-5 win to send the Americans off on Wednesday in Rochester.

Quebec hurt his former team very badly by scoring this net, his second of the evening, in strong play. Brandon Davidson was in the penalty area to delay the match when he saw Dia hit the goal.

On the blue line, captain Xavier Ouellet handed over to the striker and took a precise shot as he approached the confrontation circle to the left of Aaron Dell.

In a game in which both teams advanced multiple times before taking control of their turn, defensive play was the biggest star in the overtime.

The Rocket showed all their resilience in the second half by scoring four unanswered goals in 3:56 to erase two goals down and give themselves similar protection.

Brandon Gignac, Danic Martel, Owlette and Dia, in turn, deceived Dale’s awakening.

Laval’s team played the same kind of trick early in the third period since Brett Murray and JJ Petrka – in their second game – touched the goal two minutes before play in the third period.

Murray then gave the hosts the lead, but Jesse Yellonen forced overtime by threading the needle with 67 seconds left when Kayden Primo retired to the bench in favor of a sixth skater.

If he doesn’t deliver the same performance as in the last matches, Primeau is still making some very important saves.

He eventually made 34 passes, compared to Dell’s impressive 54 at the other end of the rink.

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The Rocket will now face the series’ winning team between the Charlotte Checkers and the Springfield Thunderbirds.