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Mooseheads 11, Wildcats 1

Garrett Peters had a hat trick as the Halifax Mooseheads racked up 11 goals to tie a franchise record for most goals in a game.

Peters added an assist as the Mooseheads trampled the Moncton Wildcats 11-1 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Sunday.

It's the second time Halifax has reached 11 goals in one game this season and the fifth since the team's opening season in 1994-95.

On Oct. 2, 2006, the Mooseheads beat the St. John's Sea Dogs 11-2.

The record for most goals in a game this season belongs to the P.E.I. Rocket, who beat the Saint John Sea Dogs 12-2 on Oct. 27.

At Halifax, team captain Ryan Seymour had two goals and an assist for the Mooseheads (20-18-3-2), while Peter-James Corsi, Andrew Bodnarchuk, Ben MacAskill, Bryce Swan, Colby Pridham and Daniel Smith added singles.

Alexi Pianosi netted the lone goal for Moncton (28-15-1-1) at 13:01 in the third period.

The Wildcats are tied with the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles for second place in the East Division.

Sea Dogs 5, Fog Devils 2

At Saint John, N.B., Payton Liske's power-play goal at 14:29 in the third period stood as the winner as the Sea Dogs beat St. John's.

Francois Gauthier, Bruno Desjardins, Christopher DiDomenico and Steve Bellefleur also scored for Saint John (11-28-1-1).

Wesley Welcher and Pat O'Keefe replied for the Fog Devils (17-22-2-1).

Rocket 6, Titan 2

At Bathurst, N.B., Guillaume Doucet scored twice in the first five minutes of the third period to lead P.E.I. over the Titan.

Martin Latal, Geoff Walker, Chris Doyle and Brett Morrison added a goal apiece for the Rocket (20-15-1-5).

Maxime Pomerleau and Mathieu Perreault replied for Acadie-Bathurst (24-16-1-2).

Huskies 4, Voltigeurs 1

At Rouyn-Noranda, Que., Hugo Carpentier had a goal and an assist as the Huskies defeated Drummondville.

Tyler Hawes, Ivan Vishnevskiy and Jeff Desjardins also scored for Rouyn-Noranda (24-15-2-4).

Steven Cacciotti put away the lone goal for the Voltigeurs (20-20-0-3).

Maineiacs 7, Drakkar 6

At Lewiston, Maine, Stefan Chaput's shorthanded goal at 6:53 in the third period stood as the winner as the Maineiacs held off a Baie-Comeau comeback.

The Drakkar (22-14-1-6) racked up three goals in the last 10 minutes of play to come within one goal of Lewiston (31-8-0-3).

Dave Taylor, Triston Manson, Patrick Cusack, Pierre-Luc Faubert, Chad Denny and Marc-Andre Daneau also scored for the Maineiacs.

Joakim Jensen had a hat trick for Baie-Comeau, Francois Bouchard netted two goals and Alexandre Picard-Hooper added a single.

Remparts 4, Olympiques 1

At Quebec City, Kelsey Tessier scored twice in the first period to lead the Remparts over Gatineau.

Christophe Poirier and Brent Aubin added a goal each for Quebec (24-17-2-2).

Keven Petit had the Olympiques' (24-16-2-2) only goal.

Oceanic 6, Cataractes 3

At Shawinigan, Que., Maxime Gratchev registered a hat trick as Rimouski beat the Cataractes.

Jordan Caron, Marc-Andre Laroche and Yanick Charron also scored for the Oceanic (9-26-6-1).

Francis Pare, Pierre-Alexandre Vandal and Francis Filion replied for Shawinigan (17-20-2-3).

Tigres 2, Foreurs 0

At Val-d'Or, Que., Jean-Christophe Blanchard stopped 31 shots as Victoriaville blanked the Foreurs.

Maxim Noreau and Alexandre Labonte scored for the Tigres (24-16-1-1).

Raffaele D'Orso made 19 saves for Val-d'Or (25-14-2-2).
 
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