QMJHL: Gatineau Olympiques pulverize Saint John Sea Dogs

QMJHL: Gatineau Olympiques pulverize Saint John Sea Dogs< /p> UPDATE DAY

The Saint John Sea Dogs had a long, long afternoon at the Slush Puppie Center on Saturday. The Gatineau Olympiques beat the New Brunswick team 11 to 3. 

Louis Robitaille's team strafed the visitors' cage with 51 shots. This offensive effort resulted in three goals in the first period and four in the second and third periods. 

Forward Samuel Savoie led the way with two goals and three goals. 'aid. Zachary Dean (two goals, two assists) and Marcel Marcel (one goal, three assists) and Olivier Boutin (two goals) also shone brightly.

Antoine Michaud, Colin Ratt, Alexis Gendron and Cole Cormier also participated in the demolition work.

Montreal Canadiens prospect Riley Kidney curiously collected only one assist during this offensive festival. His teammates will surely not blame him: he has amassed 24 points in 10 duels since being acquired from the Acadie-Bathurst Titan.

Alex Drover saved the honor of the Sea Dogs in causing the red light to flicker twice. Vincent Élie also deceived the vigilance of Emerik Despatie, who signed the easiest victory of his career by saving 21 pucks.

Elsewhere in the QMJHL

At Center Henry-Leonard, goalkeeper Olivier Ciarlo only had to report 15 times to add a shutout to his record. The Baie-Comeau Drakkar got the better of the Shawinigan Cataractes 3-0.

At Center Marcel-Dionne, the Drummondville Voltigeurs suffered a sixth consecutive loss, they who gave in 5 to 2 against the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies.

At Colisée Desjardins, captain Maxim Pellerin scored two goals and as many assists in a 5-2 win by the Victoriaville Tigres at the expense of the Foreurs of Val-d'Or.