QMJHL Roundup: Wildcats’ early barrage leads to win over Titan


BATHURST, N.B. — Alexander Khovanov had a goal and two assists and the Moncton Wildcats scored five times in under six minutes in the first period to defeat the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 8-1 on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Brady Pataki, Mika Cyr, Jordan Spence, Jonathan Aspirot and Jack Tucker found the back of the net for the Wildcats (4-3-0) between the 3:55 and 9:47 marks in the first period.

Jakob Pelletier and Nicolas Kingsbury-Fournier also scored for Moncton. Khovanov’s goal made it 7-1 with 6:03 left to play.

Michal Ivan had the lone goal for the Titan (3-4-0).

Charles-Antoine Lavallee stopped 21 shots for the Wildcats. Tyriq Outen combined with Mark Grametbauer for 26 saves for Acadie-Bathurst.

Moncton went 3 for 6 on the power play while the Titan failed to score on three chances with the man advantage.


SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Thomas Ethier scored twice as Blainville-Boisbriand downed the Sea Dogs.

Remy Anglehart, Luke Henman, Jasper Rannisto, Charles-Antoine Giguere and Peyton Hoyt also scored for the Armada (4-2-0).

Yohan Plamondon and Jeremy Poirier scored for Saint John (1-5-2).


SHERBROOKE, Que. — Dmitry Zavgorodniy scored a hat trick as Rimouski downed the Phoenix.

Jordan Spadafore, Alexis Lafreniere, Cedric Pare and Jordan Lepage also scored for the Oceanic (5-2-0).

Yann-Felix Lapointe and Bobby Dow supplied the offence for Sherbrooke (3-4-1).


SHAWINIGAN, Que. — Nicolas Guay scored twice and Joseph Veleno had a goal and two assists as Drummondville defeated the Cataractes.

Gregor MacLeod, Cedric Desruisseaux and Dawson Mercer also scored for the Voltigeurs (4-3-0).

Vincent Senez, Mavrick Bourque, Jeremy Martin and Xavier Bourgault scored for Shawinigan (1-6-0).

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