The Armada wins 6-3 and puts an end to the Olympiques’ six-game winning streak

GATINEAU, Que. — Alexis Gendron scored an eighth goal as the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada won 6-3 in Gatineau, ending a six-game winning streak for the Olympiques on Saturday.

Gendron scored in the first period (7:25), like his teammates Zachary Cardinal (4:30) and Alexis Bourque (17:27).

Tye Austin was replaced by Emerik Despatie after Bourque’s goal.

Cardinal threaded the needle of the enclave, on the very first shot of his people. Gendron took advantage of a nice raised pass from Josh Lawrence. Bourque hit the target with a wrist shot, right after a face-off won by Eliot Lallemand.

Mikaël Denis added to the cushion early in the second period, during a brief breakaway.

Alexis Brisson appeared to make it 5-0, but the officials later saw it was offside. Austin was still brought back in front of his own net.

Charles-Edward Gravel made 40 saves, being beaten by Donovan Arsenault, Samuel Savoie and Joey Vetrano.

Félix Larose and Jonathan Fauchon were the other scorers for the Armada, which will play in Drummondville on Sunday.

Gatineau will not play again until Thursday, in Saint-Jean. The trip to New Brunswick will continue to Moncton and Bathurst.

Ramparts 7 – Islanders 1

James Malatesta and Zachary Marquis-Laflamme both scored twice to lead the Quebec Remparts to a resounding 7-1 win over the Charlottetown Islanders.

Thanks to his goal, Zachary Bolduc extended his streak to four games with at least one point. The St. Louis Blues first-round pick had nine points during that streak.

Huskies 3 – Moosheads 2 (Fus.)

Louis-Philippe Fontaine was the lone scorer in the shootout and the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies defeated the Halifax Mooseheads 3-2.

Top rookie Bill Zonnon was a part of two Huskies goals and had at least one point in his fifth straight game.

Drakkar 2- Oceanic 3

Maël St-Denis took advantage of a power play in the second period to give his team the lead and the Rimouski Océanic held on to beat the Baie-Comeau Drakkar 3-2.

In a losing cause, Drakkar goalkeeper Olivier Ciarlo made 47 saves.

Drillers 4 – Eagles 2

Justin Robidas scored the game-winning goal and added an assist to help the Val-d’Or Foreurs win 4-2 against the Cape Breton Eagles.

Defender Kale McCallum stood out on offense by adding a goal and two assists for the Val-d’Or squad.

Wildcats 7 – Sea Dogs 4

Thomas Auger had a goal and two assists as the Moncton Wildcats edged the Saint John Sea Dogs 7-4.

Charles Beaudoin, Cole Bishop and Jonas Taibel also contributed offensively by collecting a goal and an assist for the Wildcats.

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