Goalkeeper Antoine Coulomb scored on a blank net Friday night in a game between hockey fans’ never-tiring game Shavinigan Cataracts and the Drummondville Voltigers.
Shavinigan cataract goalkeeper Antoine Coulomb scored a home goal in the third period against the Drummondville Voltigers at center Marcel-Dion on Friday night.
Charles Boudouin’s hat-trick was overshadowed by Coulomb’s victory, who made 33 saves and won the “Cats” 7-7. He was also the first dorman to shine a lantern in a match. History of the formation of Shavinigan.
Maverick Bork, who represented Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championships, and other winners to be composed without Javier Borgolt were Felix Riverin, Zachary Masicot and William Willett.
Armada stood up against the Huskies
Miguel Tourigni continued his dream season at the Glencore Arena to help Blaineville-Boisebrand Armada beat Roin-Noranda Huskies 4-3.
The fullback topped the Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) as the best scorer in defense with 40 points in 30 games.
His teammates Simon Pinard, Javier Sarrasin and Jonathan Foucault also scored in the victory.
As for the crowd favorites, Anthony Turkot and Matthew Gagnon gave the game a 2-1 lead in the middle, but it was not enough. Turquoise tried to start his comeback with a shorthand net in third place, but to no avail.
Among goalkeepers, Nicholas Sheehan was able to capitalize on 27 of his 30 shots. His opponent, Mathis Dorkel-Madore, lost four times in 26 shots.