The Huskies left with the victory

Rock Régimbald opened the scoring for Gatineau. He scored his seventh goal of the season with the assists of Oliver Knight Rolleau and Étienne Boutet.


After Gabriel Desjardins had tied the game, Adam Chapman served a nice move in front of the 2909 spectators. He scored by turning on himself when he was in front of the net waiting for a perfect pass.


The Olympiques dominated with no doubt. They on several occasion easily controlled the game in the opponent’s territory. However, the sixth overall team took out their heavy artillery in the third.


Francis Perron scored at 9:13. Maxime St-Cyr scored at 10:42 Mathieu Brisebois did the same at 11:34. In less than three minutes, the Huskies took over the control of the game. They led 4-2. The opportunism that the Huskies took advantage of in contrast to those missed by the Olympiques, made the difference, according to Benoît Groulx.


Simon Tardif-Richard closed the gap. However, the Olympiques were stopped for the rest of the game. Gabriel Desjardins closed the door at 5 to 3.

Éric Brassard was in front of the net for Gatineau. Although he gave up 5 goals, he was still awarded the first star of the game. Most of his 22 saves were breathtaking. Specialy the one he made on a 3 on 1.

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