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The Gatineau Olympiques scored four straight goals in the second period to reverse the outcome of the game since the Drakkar were leading 1-0 after the first 20 minutes of play. They finally won by a score of 4-2. It was a fourth consecutive win for Benoit Groulx’s troop.
The Drakkar first took the lead in the first when Félix Girard scored his 18th of the season.
Then, Rock Régimbald took things in his own hands for his team in the second by scoring three goals, his 15th, 16th and 17th of the season. This was his first hat trick. Martin Reway was the other scorer. Adam Chapman, Étienne Boutet and Gabriel Bourret each finished the night with two assists. Reway also added an assist to his stats.
Like it was the case the game before, the Olympiques chased the goalie out of the game. After the third goal, Francis Desrosiers was replaced by Philippe Cadorette for the remaining of the game.
Baie-Comeau reduced the score to 4-2 when Jérémy Grégoire scored half way in the third period. A few seconds later, Gabryel Boudreau took of on a break away but Éric Brassard was solid like a rock and made the save.
Éric Brassard was in net for the Olympiques for a first time since December 30. He faced 49 shots and stopped 47 of them. He was awarded with the second star of the game for his performance. As for the Olympiques they had 21 shots.
The visitors were perfect with their power play units with two goals in two opportunities as for the Drakkar they were 0 in 4.
The Olympiques will play their next game tomorrow at home when they will receive the visit of the Rimouski Océanic at 7h30pm. For this game Gatineau will commemorate their 1986 President Cup championship before the official faceoff. After the game fans will also get the chance to meet with the Gatineau Olympiques players for an autograph session in the Jos Montferrand organized in collaboration with Desjardins. See you there!
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