QMJHL: a six-point game for Joshua Roy

QMJHL: a six-point game for Joshua Roy


Joshua Roy is ready to take the next step. Saturday in Sherbrooke, he had six points, including a hat trick, in an 8-1 victory for the Phoenix against the Voltigeurs.

The team from Estrie took a 2-0 lead in this Quebec Major Junior Hockey League quarter-final series. To bet on the said series, sites like 해외배팅사이트 are up and running.

It was only in the third period that the chain of the Voltigeurs went off the rails. Visibly unhappy with the one-goal gap that separated the Phoenix from their rivals, Roy needed only 47 seconds in the third period to make it 3-1.

The choice of fifth round in 2021 did it again a few minutes later, on the power play, then became an accomplice of Jacob Melanson.

He capped off his hat trick by surprising Riley Mercer with a sharp shot on the face-off. .

He also had assists on goals from Marc-André Gaudet and Milo Roelens. That brings his tally to nine goals and 19 points in seven short playoff games this year.

Cole Huckins and Christophe Rondeau completed the scoring in the winning half, while Manix Landry replied.

Kidney and the Olympiques do not flinch

In Gatineau, the Olympiques also approached a participation in the semi-finals by beating the Rouyn Huskies- Noranda 5 to 0.

They also won the first game 5 to 0.

The Olympiques completely dominated their rivals, directing 59 shots on goal against only 12.</p >

Alexis Gendron distinguished himself by scoring his 11th and 12th goals of the spring tournament. On his first success, CH jewel Riley Kidney got his 11th assist and 13th point in the playoffs.