After 9 minutes of the game, Quebec defeated Quebec 3-0. It seems that we are going to participate in a one-sided match between Remparts and Rouyn-Noranda Huskies again, Tuesday night at the Air Creebec Center in Val-d’Or . error! Unlike last Saturday, the Huskies successfully stopped the bleeding and came back from behind, eventually winning a 5-4 shootout.
However, the follow-up action is not a transcript from last Saturday.
Opportunistically, despite Remparts leading 32-19 in the throwing column, after 40 minutes of play, the Eskimos managed to reduce the Red Devils’ lead to 4-3.
By the way, Patrick Roy might disagree with the term “opportunist” because he retired William Rousseau for the third time after making 19 three-pointers at the age of 17. , Turned to support Thomas Sigouin (Thomas Sigouin).
“I pulled him out because he didn’t stop the hockey,” the coach said. William hasn’t played good hockey since we were together. His role in the team is to stop the puck. There was no game, but he allowed two bad goals. Third, I know we can do better, but his job is to stop ice hockey, but he does not do well. We are striving for classification, so we have to make a decision. “
Xavier Bouchard tied for third place, and William Rouleau played the hero in the shootout.
In Roy’s eyes, his Remparts should have won Tuesday’s game, and they took the advantage with a 45-26 advantage.
“Sometimes scoring doesn’t reflect the situation of the game. I have nothing to blame for my players.”
In the loss, James Malatesta (9 games) and Cole Colmere (10 games) ended their long winning streak, but did not score. Defensive player Aapo Siivonen spent the last 37 minutes and 19 seconds of the game on the bench after directly committing the Eskimo’s second goal. The Finnish Defence Forces lost the ball behind the territory, which led to a goal by Marc-Antoine Séguin, reducing the Red Devils’ lead to 3-2.
“We must have forgotten,” Roy mentioned briefly when asked about this, giving the answer after long and hard thinking.
Remparts will fight Oreurs de Val-d’Or on Thursday to end their Abitibi journey. Last Sunday, Daniel Renaud’s man had an advantage over Patrick Roy’s man.