RIMOUSKI, Que. — Val d'Or Foreurs goalie Jonathan Lemieux made 38 saves on 39 shots in a 4-1 win over the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada in Rimouski Sunday.
Up 2-0, Lemieux allowed his lone blemish in the second period when Simon Pinard scored to reduce the deficit to a goal for the Armada.
The Foreurs would then score two more goals to put the game out of reach for Blainville-Boisbriand (16-8-2-0). Armada goalie Olivier Adam allowed three goals on 35 shots. Val d'Or added their fourth goal in an empty net.
Nathan Legare, Emile Lauzon, Justin Robidas, and Justin Ducharme each scored a goal for Val d'Or (23-3-2-2).
HUSKIES 3 TIGRES 1
GATINEAU— Samuel Richard made 35 saves on 36 shots in a 3-1 Rouyn-Noranda Huskies win over the Victoriaville Tigres. Edouard St-Laurent, Samuel Johnson, and William Rouleau each scored a goal for the Huskies. Brooklyn Kalmikov scored Victoriaville's lone goal.
CATARACTES 5 DRAKKAR 3
CHICOUTIMI—Justin Bergeron scored a pair of goals and added an assist in a 5-3 Shawinigan Cataractes win over the Baie-Comeau Drakkar Sunday. Mavrik Bourque, Vasiliy Ponomarev, and Xavier Bourgault each scored a goal for the Cataractes. Raivis Kristians Ansons, Xavier Fortin, and Alex Labbe scored for Baie-Comeau.
PHOENIX 3 OLYMPIQUES 2 (OT)
GATINEAU—Justin Gill scored the game-winning goal with 26 seconds left in overtime to give the Sherbrooke Phoenix a 3-2 win over the Gatineau Olympiques. Anthony Munroe-Boucher and Milo Roelens also scored for Sherbrooke. Zachary Dean and Alexei Prokopenko scored for Gatineau.
SAGUENEENS 3 REMPARTS 0
CHICOUTIMI—Pierrick Dube, Tristan Pelletier, and Hendrix Lapierre each scored a goal in a 3-0 Chicoutimi win over Quebec. Lapierre assisted on Pelletier's goal before scoring one of his own in the third. Sagueneens goalie Alexis Shank made 20 saves in the victory.
VOLTIGEURS 3 OCEANIC 1
RIMOUSKI— Charlie De Fonseca scored twice in a 3-1 Drummondville Voltigeurs win over the Rimouski Oceanic. Justin Cote also scored for Drummondville. Rimouski's lone goal came from Xavier Cormier.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published March 7, 2021.