QMJHL Roundup: Doucet's four-point effort leads Mooseheads to 5-2 win over Sea Dogs

HALIFAX — Alexandre Doucet had a hat trick and one assist, powering the Halifax Mooseheads to a 5-2 victory over the Saint John Sea Dogs on Thursday.

Doucet leads the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with 48 goals and is tied for second in points (93) behind teammate Jordan Dumais (112), who dished out three assists in the win.

Evan Boucher and Markus Vidicek also scored for Halifax (41-9-4-3). Brady James turned away 29 shots.

Noah Reinhart and Luka Benoit replied for Saint John (20-36-1-1), which lost its third straight.

Ventsislav Shingarov stopped 32-of-36 shots.



ROUYN-NORANDA, QUE. — Thomas Verdon had two goals and an assist as the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies handed the Val-d'Or Foreurs their second consecutive loss, 5-3.

Jakub Hujer, Tristan Allard and Anthony Turcotte also scored for Rouyn-Noranda (34-18-4-3). Thomas Couture made 18 saves.

William Provost, with two goals, and Mathis Cloutier put Val-d'Or (23-34-2) on the board. Frédéric Cousineau stopped 43-of-47 shots.



DRUMMONDVILLE, QUE. — Simon Hughes scored Charlottetown's final two goals and the Islanders topped the Drummondville Voltigeurs 6-3.

Giovanni Morneau, Keiran Gallant, Owen Hollingsworth and Jérémie Biakabutuka added the others for Charlottetown (24-27-5-1), which has won five in a row. Jakob Robillard made 30 saves.

Luke Woodworth, with two goals, and Sam Oliver replied for Drummondville (23-29-4-1). Jacob Goobie stopped 25-of-30 shots.



SYDNEY, N.S. — Ivan Ivan had a goal and an assist as the Cape Breton Eagles won their third straight, defeating the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 4-1.

Angelo Fullerton, Cam Squires and William Shields also scored for Cape Breton (24-29-3-1). Nicolas Ruccia made 24 saves.

Robert Orr scored six minutes into the second period for Acadie-Bathurst (16-33-5-3). Joshua Fleming stopped 36-of-39 shots.

This roundup was generated automatically with a CP-developed application.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published March 2, 2023.

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