February 10, 2019 9:23 pm

QMJHL Roundup: Sunday, February 10, 2019

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GATINEAU, Que. – Peyton Hoyt’s third goal of the night at 8:36 of the third period stood up as the winner as the Val-d’Or Foreurs held on to defeat the Gatineau Olympiques 6-5 on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Nicolas Ouellet added a pair of goals while Alexandre Couture had the other for the Foreurs (18-31-5).

Mathieu Bizier scored twice while Metis Roelens, Emile Hegarty-Aubin and Iaroslav Likhachev added singles for the Olympiques (19-29-5).

Jonathan Lemieux kicked out 17 shots for Val-d’Or as Creed Jones turned away 25 shots for Gatineau.

The Foreurs (18-31-4-1) went 1 for 2 on the power play while the Olympiques were 2 for 4 with the man advantage.

WILDCATS 5 SEA DOGS 3

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Jakob Pelletier had two goals and an assist as Moncton toppled the Sea Dogs.

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Alexander Khovanov, Jacob Hudson and Jeremy McKenna also scored for the Wildcats (28-18-7), who got 28 saves from Francis Leclerc.

Josh Lawrence, Brady Burns and William Poirier replied for Saint John (12-37-4). Mikhail Denisov stopped 22-of-27 shots in defeat.

PHOENIX 7 ARMADA 5

SHERBROOKE, Que. — Felix Robert struck twice and Ryan DaSilva tacked on four helpers as the Phoenix beat Blainville-Boisbriand.

Alex-Olivier Voyer, Yann-Felix Lapointe, Benjamin Tardif, Bobby Dow and Samuel Poulin also scored for Sherbrooke (31-20-2). Dakota Lund-Cornish made 22 saves for the win.

Benjamin Corbeil, Alexander Katerinakis, Thomas Lacombe, Nathan Lavoie and Frederic Abraham supplied the Armada (19-33-2) offence. Brendan Cregan turned away 46-of-52 shots in defeat.

TIGRES 4 DRAKKAR 0

VICTORIAVILLE, Que. — Tristan Cote-Cazenave stopped all 43 shots his way as the Tigres blanked Baie-Comeau.

Egor Serdyuk potted a hat trick while Anthony Poulin also scored for Victoriaville (22-28-4).

Alex D’Orio turned away 19 shots for the Drakkar (38-12-3).

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