Thursday, December 29, 2016

An eventful Wednesday for ex-Sea Dogs

With all 18 teams in action, a lot of stuff happened in the QMJHL last night. Here's a quick roundup of what former Sea Dogs did.

Saint John 0, Bathurst 3
Bathurst's Dawson Theede was named first star in the Titan's 3-0 victory over the Sea Dogs. Theede was held pointless with three shots, five hits and an even rating.

Moncton 1, Cape Breton 5
Julien Tessier was in the Wildcats lineup and recorded two shots in Moncton's 5-1 loss at Centre 200. He went 10/21 in the faceoff circle. Olivier Leblanc was held pointless for Cape Breton.

Halifax 1, Charlottetown 2
Blade Mann-Dixon made 40 saves and was named second star in his Mooseheads debut. The win moved Charlottetown to within five points of Saint John for the Maritimes Division lead.

Sherbrooke 4, Drummondville 2
Luke Green, wearing No. 19, had two assists and one shot in his Phoenix debut. Green assisted on Sherbrooke's first two goals of the game.

Rouyn-Noranda 1, Shawinigan 3
No former Sea Dogs were involved - but this was a big win for Shawinigan. The Cataractes and Huskies are now tied for second overall in the QMJHL with 46 points - two back of Saint John.

Baie-Comeau 2, Victoriaville 4
This game happened.

Quebec 5, Blainville-Boisbriand 4 (OT)
Olivier Mathieu was held pointless and Alex Bishop was the Remparts' backup in Quebec's 5-4 overtime win.

Val-d'Or 4, Gatineau 7
Jack van Boekel - no points, three shots, four PIM, three hits
Adam Marsh - one assist, two shots, four PIM, one hit
Jason Bell - one assist, one shot, one hit
Will Thompson - no points, one hit, third star
Daniel Del Paggio - one goal, one shot

Chicoutimi 0, Rimouski 7
Nico Blachman scored his second career QMJHL goal and added an assist in Rimouski's blowout victory. Blachman's goal will remain official - but the win will not. Rimouski dressed a suspended player and has had the win removed.

Photo: Marc Henwood/Station Nation

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