Laval Rocket ignored the 11-day break and defeated the Belleville Senators 5-4 in Ottawa on Wednesday. The game ended without fear.
A few minutes later, defender Tobie Paquette-Bisson created the equalizer. This is the first net of the former Bryanville-Boisbriande Amada team in the American League.
This success allowed Joël Bouchard’s soldiers to open the door to attack. Before the end of the first engagement, Joël Teasdale took the lead in bringing the visitor to the visitor, and then they never stepped back.
Lukas Vejdemo won, and Ryan Poehling scored the tenth goal of the campaign. Since his absence on March 25, Alex Belzile has had a say in three assists.
“Usually, since we played for a long time, the danger is to make things complicated. After the game, Belzile analyzes it through a video conference. We start the game with simple things, and then let the game open to us. I think it’s in the game. Most of the time, when we play our own identity, we are hard to beat.”
Michael McNiven won the sixth victory of the campaign, facing 30 shots. However, at the end of the game, he gave in three times in front of Angus Crookshank, Cole Reinhardt and Parker Kelly. Filip Gustavsson conducted 37 tests in front of the Senator’s cage.
The Montreal Canadian School’s school club was originally scheduled to play two matches against Toronto Marie on Thursday and Sunday, but the COVID-19 outbreak in the Ontario club forced these matches to be postponed.
The Rockets will stay in the Canadian capital because the two teams must meet twice on Friday and Saturday.