Junior Extra: two crucial victories

Junior Extra: two crucial wins


The Remparts have weathered the worst storm of their season, but they hope it is finally behind them. After losing five of their last seven games, Patrick Roy's men managed to win two very important victories against the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, last Wednesday and Friday. Despite this slump, Quebec managed to retain first place in the overall QMJHL standings. With 97 points, they are tied with the Halifax Mooseheads, but have two more wins.  

They stood out  

Théo Rochette

3 games | 3 goals | 3 passes | 6 points

Zachary Bolduc

3 games | 3 goals | 3 passes | 6 points

Daniel Agostino

3 games | 1 goal | 1 pass | 2 points

Under the magnifying glass

William Rousseau

After having gone through a low period, like the team, the number 1 goalkeeper of the Remparts rebounded well at the end of last week. He allowed the Huskies just two goals in his two starts, maintaining a .946 save percentage in those two games.

What They Said

“We felt a bit caught up in that. We did it as a team, we got out of it and we can be proud of ourselves. »

– Zachary Bolduc, after Wednesday's 2-1 win over Rouyn-Noranda

“We only told them after the game that Halifax had lost. Anyway, we want to focus on our performance. Today we played a team game. We were superb from start to finish. »

– Patrick Roy, after Friday's 5-1 win over the Huskies

The schedule for the week

  • Friday, March 17, 7 p.m., c. Victoriaville 
  • Sunday, March 19, 3 p.m., c. Chicoutimi