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James Malatesta scored twice and the Quebec Remparts defeated the Chicoutimi Saguenéens 6-1 on Tuesday.

Malatesta made it 3-1 at 16:10 in the third period, with a slapshot from the top of the right circle.

He had also scored at 7:20 in the first period, where his team dominated 14-4 on shots.

Nicolas Savoie doubled the visitors’ lead early in the middle period, then Étienne Tremblay-Mathieu fought back midway through the engagement.

Xavier Filion, Zachary Bolduc and Nathan Gaucher also scored for the Remparts.

Winning goaltender William Rousseau blocked 20 shots.

Brassard made 38 saves for the Saguenéens, who were trying to get a fifth win in a row.

Cape Breton 3 Halifax 9

Evan Boucher had four goals and an assist, Jordan Dumais had six assists and the Mooseheads gave the Eagles a hard time 9-3.

Dumais tied an organization record.

Halifax won a third game in a row, while Cape Breton lost for a 10th consecutive time.

Charlottetown 4 Moncton 0

Lukas Cormier provided two goals and an assist to help the Islanders win their third straight game, 4-0 over the Wildcats.

Author of 21 saves, Francesco Lapenna signed a fourth save this season. It is tied for second in the league at this level.

Jonathan Lemieux was faced with 50 shots.

Accomplice of a net, Xavier Simoneau reached the milestone of 300 points in the Courteau circuit.

The hope of the Montreal Canadiens is at 50 assists this season.

Sherbrooke 2 Saint John 3

Connor Trenholm had two goals and the Sea Dogs earned their 10th straight win, overcoming a 2-0 deficit to defeat the Phoenix, 3-2.

Trenholm hit the target late in the first period and early in the second period.

Gatineau 7 Val-d’Or 6 (F)

Tristan Luneau was the only scorer in the shootout and the Olympiques defeated the Foreurs, 7-6.

Justin Robidas had created the deadlock at 19:40 in the third period for Val-d’Or, which lost its seventh consecutive game.




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