Val-d’Or Foreurs quickly confessed their first goal to the Huskies at Rouen Noranda on Wednesday, but they recovered by shooting 50 goals and eventually won 4-1.
Nathan Légaré and Samuel Poulin also deceived goalkeeper Samuel Richard’s vigilance, and were bombarded by all sides. Justin Ducharme died in an empty cage.
At the other end of the glacier, Jonathan Lemieux only needed 13 saves to win 19th in 23 games this season. This is the seventh consecutive victory for the Foreurs.
Dawson Mercer hit the target in overtime, allowing Saguenéens de Chicoutimi to beat the Tigre 4-3 in Victoriaville.
Mercer and Louis Crevier scored in the victory. Jérémy Michaud, Sean Larochelle and Mikhail Abramov defeated Alexis Shank, who underwent 44 tests.
Nikolas Hurtubise played 34 times and gave up four times.
A case of COVID-19 was also found in Sherbrooke Phoenix, forcing the team to be placed in administrative isolation during an epidemiological investigation of public health.
As a result, the meeting that was originally scheduled for Wednesday against Bryanville Boyce Briand Amada was cancelled.
The Quebec Major Hockey League (QMJHL) announced the news in the late afternoon, indicating that a staff member had contracted the disease.
The formation of Estrie has played four of the six games in the protected environment of its amphitheater. However, she must face the Gatineau Olympics at Leopold Drolette Stadium on Thursday. QMJHL did not provide any detailed information about this duel.