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Oceanic 12, Sea Dogs 3

Michael Frolik had two goals and two assists as the Rimouski Oceanic equalled the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's season-high for goals scored in a game Sunday.

Frolik opened the scoring 53 seconds into the game as Rimouski trampled the Saint John Sea Dogs 12-3 in a battle of the worst teams in the QMJHL.

The P.E.I. Rocket also scored 12 goals against the Sea Dogs in October.

The Oceanic have scored 12 goals five times in franchise history. Rimouski remains in last place in the West Division.

At Rimouski, Que., Philippe Cornet, Patrice Cormier and Olivier Fortier each scored twice for the Oceanic (13-30-6-1).

Frederic Desrochers and Maxime Tanguay added a goal each.

Steve Bellefleur, Ryan Sparling and Keven Guerette-Charland replied for the Sea Dogs (14-31-1-2). All three Saint John goals came in the first period.

Mooseheads 6, Rocket 5 (OT)

At Charlottetown, Stephen Lund put away the winner 37 seconds into overtime as Halifax edged the Rocket.

James Pouliot scored twice in the third period for the Mooseheads (22-24-3-2), including the short-handed tying goal with 9:42 remaining in regulation.

Jakub Voracek, Andrew White and Ryan Hillier each added a goal for Halifax.

Luciano Lomanno, Joey Haddad, Joey Haddad, Matthew Lachaine and Martin Latal replied for P.E.I. (25-18-2-5).

Titan 4, Fog Devils 1

At Bathurst, N.B., Mathieu Labrie scored twice as the Titan downed St. John's.

Samuel Grenache also scored while Mathieu Perreault added an empty-netter for Acadie-Bathurst (27-20-1-2).

Matt Fillier had the lone goal for the Fog Devils (20-28-2-1).

Drakkar 8, Olympiques 6

At Baie-Comeau, Que., Benjamin Breault scored short-handed twice and added an empty-net goal as the Drakkar defeated Gatineau.

Pierre-Cedrick Labrie, Francois Bouchard, Olivier Donais, Alexandre Picard-Hooper and Kalin Paul had a goal each for Baie-Comeau (26-17-1-6).

Jean-Philip Chabot countered with two goals for the Olympiques (28-17-3-2), while Darryl Smith, Viatcheslav Trukhno, Pierre-Marc Guilbault, and Matthew Pistilli also scored.

Foreurs 6, Wildcats 3

At Val-d'Or, Que., Mathieu Roy scored two third-period power-play goals to lead the Foreurs over Moncton.

Vincent Germain, Brad Marchand, Kristopher Letang and Jerome Samson had a goal each for Val-d'Or (32-16-2-2).

Nathan Welton and Phil Mangan replied for the Wildcats (33-17-1-2).

Cataractes 7, Remparts 1

At Shawinigan, Que., Danick Bouchard scored twice as the Cataractes trounced Quebec.

Kevin Cormier, Cedric Lalonde-McNicoll, Francis Pare, Gabriel Lemieux and Pierre-Alexandre Vandall added goals for Shawinigan (21-24-2-3).

Ruslan Bashkirov had the lone goal for the Remparts (28-20-2-3).
 
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