(Halifax) The trio of Jordan Dumais, Alexandre Doucet and Josh Lawrence pulled out all the stops to help the Halifax Mooseheads beat the Sherbrooke Phoenix 6-2 on Saturday night.
The Mooseheads, the team of the hour in the QMJHL, recorded a fifth straight victory and they have not lost in regulation in their last 15 games (13-0-2).
Lawrence had two goals and two assists, Dumais had two goals and an assist while Doucet sparkled the red light once and set up two goals.
Dumais hurt the Phoenix when he gave his team a 3-0 lead at 11:13 of the second period. Goaltender Olivier Adam left the puck in the crease and the Columbus Blue Jackets prospect backhanded it into the net.
Dumais put the game out of reach from the 64e second of the third period. He redirected a fine pass from Dylan MacKinnon behind the red line for his 30e goal of the campaign.
Attilio Biasca added a goal for the Mooseheads, who are chasing the Quebec Remparts at the top of the Courteau circuit standings.
The Halifax team was able to count on the brilliance of goaltender Mathis Rousseau, who stopped 46 shots in addition to amassing an assist.
Jacob Melanson and Andrew Belchamber scored for the Phoenix, which had won its last five games.
Acquired from the Baie-Comeau Drakkar before the trade deadline, Adam yielded five times in 20 shots and suffered his first loss with the Sherbrooke team.
Ramparts 3 – Eagles 2
Théo Rochette broke the deadlock with only 6.1 seconds remaining and the Quebec Remparts defeated the Cape Breton Eagles 3-2.
Rochette took advantage of a pass from Pier-Olivier Roy to find the back of the net, after some good work along Zachary Bolduc’s board.
Rochette and Justin Robidas had hit the target within 30 seconds in the first period for the Remparts, who have not lost in regulation in their last six outings (4-0-2).
Patrick Roy’s men have the best record in the QMJHL (32-6-3).
Olympics 6 – Armada 5 (Prol.)
Zachary Dean played the heroes in overtime and the Gatineau Olympiques defeated the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada 6-5.
After a superb move from Riley Kidney in overtime, Dean completed his teammate’s play to end hostilities.
It was a fourth win in a row for the Olympiques, which climbed to first place in the Western Conference.
Huskies 4 – Saguenéens 7
Andrei Loshko, Maxim Massé and Emmanuel Vermette all scored two goals and the Chicoutimi Saguenéens defeated the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 7-4.
The Saguenéens signed a fifth victory in a row and they slowed down to 11 the streak of games with at least one point for the Huskies (8-0-3).
Sea Dogs 8 – Oceanic 3
Alex Drover had two goals and an assist to guide the Saint-Jean Sea Dogs to an easy 8-3 win over the Rimouski Oceanic.
The Sea Dogs, who scored six unanswered goals to open the game, snapped a six-game losing streak.
Drillers 2 – Voltigeurs 3
Riley Mercer saved 34 pucks and the Drummondville Voltigeurs held on to win 3-2 against the Val-d’Or Foreurs.
Islanders 3 – Titan 6
Donovan Arsenault, Dylan Andrews and Joseph Henneberry all moved the ropes on two occasions and the Acadie-Bathust Titan beat the Charlottetown Islanders 6-3.
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