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Oct 28, 2006, 12:02 AM EDT


(CP) - Fourteen P.E.I. players registered points Friday as the Rocket racked up 12 goals, the most scored by one team in a game this season.

David Laliberte led with four goals in the 12-2 Rocket victory over the Saint John Sea Dogs in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Guillaume Doucet also racked up four points, while four other players got three points.

Elsewhere in QMJHL action Friday, it was: Val-d'Or 3, Halifax 2; Gatineau 5, Acadie-Bathurst 4 (SO); Quebec 6, Moncton 1; Victoriaville 4, Rimouski 3 (SO); Baie-Comeau 6, Shawinigan 5 (OT); and Chicoutimi 4 and Drummondville 3.

At Charlottetown, Maxim Cliche scored twice for the Rocket (9-3-0-1), while Peter Cmorej, Geoff Walker, Joey Haddad, Matthew Lachaine and Tyler Hawes added one apiece.

Dave Bouchard and Sebastien Rioux scored for the Sea Dogs (6-8-1-1).

Foreurs 3, Mooseheads 2

At Halifax, Mathieu Roy scored two goals, including the winner, as Val-d'Or downed the Mooseheads.

Roy scored at 4:20 of the third period to put the Foreurs (9-5-1-1) ahead. Martin Thibeault added another goal.

Jakub Voracek and Ryan Hillier scored for Halifax (8-6-1-1).

Olympiques 5, Titan 4

At Bathurst, N.B., Thomas Beauregard scored twice in regulation and then again in the shootout to lead the Titan over Gatineau.

Tomy Joly also scored twice for Acadie-Bathurst (8-9-0-0). All of the Titan's goals were scored in the first six minutes of play.

Viatcheslav Trukhno countered with two for the Olympiques (11-4-0-2), while Matthew Pistilli and Maxime Mallette also scored.

Remparts 6, Wildcats 1

At Quebec, Maxime Lacroix had two goals, leading the Remparts over Moncton.

Brent Aubin, Kenzie Sheppard, Ruslan Bashkirov and Felix Petit added goals for Quebec (11-6-0-0).

Nathan Welton scored the lone goal for the Wildcats (10-7-1-1).

Tigres 4, Oceanic 3 (SO)

At Victoriaville, Que., Maxim Noreau and Benoit Doucet scored in the shootout as the Tigres slipped by Rimouski.

Toby Lafrance scored twice in regulation for Victoriaville (8-7-0-0), while Francis Guerette-Charland added one.

Maxime Tanguay had two goals while Maxime Gratchev also scored for the Oceanic (2-11-3-1).

Drakkar 6, Cataractes 5 (OT)

At Shawinigan, Que., Alexandre Picard-Hooper scored 19 seconds into overtime to lead Baie-Comeau over the Cataractes.

Hooper and Pierre-Cedrick Labrie each registered two goals, while Jean-Sebastien Adam and Francois Bouchard had one each for the Drakkar (10-5-0-2).

Francis Pare, Danick Bouchard, Linden Bahm, Maxime Legault and Joshua Desmarais replied for Shawinigan (11-3-1-3).

Sagueneens 4, Voltigeurs 3

At Drummondville, Que., Alexandre Imbeault had a hat trick as Chicoutimi slipped by the Voltigeurs.

Juraj Mikus had one for the Sagueneens (5-10-3-1).

Drew Paris replied with two goals while Bryan Wilson also scored for Drummondville (6-9-0-2).
 
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