The Gatineau Olympics and Branville Boyce’s Briande Amada team fought one after another at the Leopold Dro Palace Stadium in Sherbrooke on Friday. In the end, the Outaouais team led 7-6 in overtime.
In the opposing camp, defender Christopher Merisier-Ortiz (Christopher Merisier-Ortiz) performed well. In addition to adding two assists, he also shook the ropes.
Any goalkeeper who sees the action is struggling. In terms of the invincible fleet, Félix-Anthony Ethier scored 3 goals with 7 shots in just 12 minutes, and then gave it to Olivier Adam (Olivier Adam). The latter repelled 11 of the 15 shots directed at him.
Personally, Rémi Poirier was in front of the Olympic goals throughout the game. He saved 27 times.
In Baie-Comeau, Drakkar once again participated in the third engagement, but the Osenic were able to resist and won 6-4.
In the last three goals of the last 20 games, Drakkar shook the rope twice, but the formation of Bas-Saint-Laurent was used in an empty cage The net blocked the result of the game.
Adam Raska finished the game with four assists, and his teammates Xavier Cormier and Jacob Mathieu each had two goals. The ball and an assist.
As far as Drakkar is concerned, the offense is led by forwards Alex Labbé and Xavier Fortin, who shined every time except for two assists.
Moose takes out the road roller
In Halifax, the Mooseheads briefly completed the Cape Breton Eagles game in a 7-2 game.
The home team scored the first three goals of the game, and then after the Eagles’ victory, they scored four consecutive goals.
Forward Zachary L’Heureux is particularly good, he has 2 goals and assists.