In control of the game on the main scoreboard 3-1 after forty minutes, Blainville-Boisbriand saw one of his players, Stephane Mateau Jr, ejected from the game following a five-minute penalty as the aggressor giving
Being 1-in-5 with a man-advantage,
Already taking advantage of five minutes to Armada forward Mateau, Nick Sorensen did not pick the best moment to be guilty of boarding, ending his team’s power play. Playing with four players on both sides, Blainville-Boisbriand regained their two-goal lead with a Tommy Giroux goal at 9:54.
Unable to control the rebound after the first shot by Cedrick Paquette, Francois Brassard did not have a chance on a wrist shot by Giroux who beat the Quebec netminder to the right.
Blainville-Boisbriand replied with the next two goals both with man-advantages. Losing the puck at the hand of Philippe Sange, Duncan MacIntyre was unable to prevent Marc-Olivier Roy to beat
Blainville-Boisbriand took the lead for first time in the game, on second goal of the year by Armada defenseman Xavier Ouellet, tipping in the puck behind Quebec netninder with 37 seconds remaining in the opening period.
After seeing three goals scored in the first period, only one was scored in the second. Hidden behind
After coming out of six games in nine nights,
Three games were on QMJHL schedule on Sunday
Cape Breton 3 vs. Val-d’Or 7
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