QMJHL Roundup: Eric Brassard perfect as Mooseheads shut out Titan 2-0

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BATHURST, N.B. — Eric Brassard stopped all 33 shots he faced as the Halifax Mooseheads shut out the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2-0 on Wednesday night in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Taylor Ford and Otto Somppi supplied the offence for Halifax (3-7-2), with Ford scoring just 59 seconds into the middle period.

Reilly Pickard made 32 saves for Acadie-Bathurst (3-8-1).

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The Mooseheads went 0 for 4 on the power play, while the Titan could not connect on their one man advantage.


DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. — Oliver Cooper’s power-play goal with a second left in the first period was the eventual winner as Charlottetown held on for a win over the Voltigeurs.

Alexandre Goulet and Mitchell Balmas also scored in the first for the Islanders (6-5-1), while Chris Chaddock added some insurance in the second.

Joey Ratelle and Jeremy Bouchard had a goal each for Drummondville (10-3-0).



BAIE-COMEAU, Que. — Nicolas Meloche had the power-play winner in the third period as the Drakkar sailed past Sherbrooke.

Simon Chevrier opened scoring for Baie-Comeau (3-8-0) in the second period and Vaclav Karabacek put the puck into an empty net with five seconds left to play.

Carl Neill replied for the Phoenix (4-8-1).



VAL-d’OR, Que. — Anthony Richard broke a 2-2 tie in the third period and the Foreurs reeled off three unanswered goals to beat Quebec.

Nicolas Aube-Kubel and Jan Mandat also scored in the third for Val-d’Or (8-4-1), while Mathieu Nadeau and William Gignac had back-to-back goals in the first.

Dmytro Timashov and Bronson Beaton supplied the offence for the Remparts (5-5-1).


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