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#1 Posted : 28 May 2016 01:51:20(UTC)
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RIMOUSKI, Que. Tyreke Evans Authentic Jersey . -- JC Campagna and Conor Garland each scored in regulation, and again in a shootout to lift the Moncton Wildcats past the Rimouski Oceanic 5-4 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play Saturday. Christopher Caissy and Christophe Lalonde also scored for the Wildcats (5-7-0), who led 2-0 after just three minutes into the game. Anthony DeLuca, Samuel Courtemanche, Samuel Morin and Michael Joly replied for the Oceanic (6-3-1). Graham Hunt made 17 saves on 21 shots for Moncton before being replaced by Alex Dubeau, who stopped eight shots. Philippe Desrosiers made 28 saves in net for Rimouski. --- DRAKKAR 2 OLYMPIQUES 1 BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Jeremy Gregoires goal in the third period put the Drakkar ahead for good. Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau also scored for Baie-Comeau (6-4-2), while Philippe Cadorette stopped 26 shots in net. Emile Poirier had the lone goal for Gatineau (6-5-0) and Anthony Brodeur made 29 saves. Neither team was effective on the power play. The Drakkar were 1 for 8, while the Olympiques were blanked on six attempts. --- SAGUENEENS 3 TITAN 2 (OT) CHICOUTIMI, Que. -- Janne Puhakka scored just 12 seconds into overtime for the Sagueneens. Puhakka also scored in regulation for Chicoutimi (6-5-0) while Loik Leveille forced OT with a goal at 17:11 in the third. Dominic Beauchemin and Alexandros Soumakis scored for Acadie-Bathurst (4-6-2). The loss ruined a spectacular effort by Titan goaltender Jacob Brennan, who finished with 51 saves. Domenic Graham was far less busy in the Sagueneens net with 25 saves. --- MOOSEHEADS 3 SEA DOGS 0 HALIFAX -- Kevin Darveaus 21 saves were good enough to give the Mooseheads a shutout. Andrew Ryan, Darcy Ashley and Timo Meier each scored for Halifax (7-6-0). Sebastien Auger finished with 33 saves in net for Saint John (5-4-1). The Sea Dogs went 0 for 6 on the power play, and had just seven shots in each period. --- VOLTIGEURS 4 HUSKIES 2 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Jerome Verrier scored twice as Drummondville cruised past the Huskies. Matthew Boudens and Guillaume Gauthier also scored for the Voltigeurs (7-5-0). Marcus Power and Jeremy Lauzon had singles for Rouyn-Noranda (5-4-2). Louis-Philip Guindon made 29 saves for Drummondville, while at the other end of the ice Alexandre Belanger allowed all four goals on 27 shots. --- FOREURS 6 PHOENIX 5 (OT) VAL-DOR, Que. -- Samuel Henley scored 29 seconds into overtime to help the Foreurs end Sherbrookes rally. Anthony Mantha had a hat trick, and Val-dOr (7-4-0) also got singles from Anthony Richard and Louick Marcotte while Keven Bouchard made 18 saves. The Phoenix (3-7-2) forced OT with four goals in the third period, three of which were unanswered to rally from a 5-2 deficit. Cole Murphy, Dominic Talbot-Tassi, Simon Desbiens, Daniel Audette and Tim Wieser each scored for the Phoenix, and Gabriel Parent stopped 38 shots. Jrue Holiday Jersey . -- Michael Phelps has competed in the second event of his comeback and failed to advance to the 50-meter freestyle final. Jrue Holiday Authentic Jersey . Hartley missed two field goals in Sundays 27-16 loss at St. Louis, dropping his conversion rate to a career-low 73.3 percent (22-for-30) this season. The 27-year-old joined the Saints in the middle of the 2008 campaign and his tenure with the club was highlighted by three kicks of more than 40 yards during Super Bowl XLIV, helping New Orleans beat the Indianapolis Colts.In much the same way that Sidney Crosby reinforced his status as a No. 1 overall pick in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, 16-year-old phenom Nathan MacKinnon has a chance to strengthen his own case as the top draft-eligible player next summer when the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament kicks off next week. MacKinnon is one of 40 CHL players participating in a selection camp, which kicked off Friday in Toronto. Twenty-two players will be selected to participate in the annual Under-18 tournament - which will be the beginning of a special year that could capped with him being picked No. 1 in the 2013 NHL Draft. "Its really exciting, we have the best 40 guys in the country here and everybody is working towards putting that maple leaf on," MacKinnon told TSN Radio 1050. "None of us have represented the country internationally, so everyones really excited for it." MacKinnon and Crosby have been linked from an early age. Both are natives of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia and have had similar junior careers thus far. Both played their minor hockey with the Cole Harbour Red Wings before moving on to Shattuck-Saint Marys prep school in Minnesota. And they were both taken with the first overall pick in the QMJHL Draft with immediate success playing junior hockey as 16-year-olds. When asked about the relationship he has with the Penguins captain, MacKinnon had nothing but positive things to say about his hockey hero. "Growing up watching him handle himself both on-and-off the ice, hes definitely really admirable," he said. "Ive got to know him on a personal basis too and my perception of him hasnt changed one bit - hes definitely someone you can look up to." MacKinnon is hopeful his all-around style of play will enable him to crack an NHL lineup as soon as possible. "For me to create offence, I need to get hard on pucks and go hard to the net, so I think I bring some grit to my game alonng with skill," he said. Custom Pelicans Jersey. "Working on that complete package is something that everyone says, but obviously Im really trying to have a really translatable game to the NHL and making it as soon as I can." 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