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Rocket goaltender Antoine Lafleur got his first shutout of the season Sunday.

Lafleur made 30 saves to lead P.E.I. 5-0 over the Rimouski Oceanic in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Sunday.

The Gatineau, Que., native has allowed 12 goals in 24 games this year.

Elsewhere in QMJHL action Sunday:
Lewiston 4, Moncton 2
St. John's 5, Halifax 4 (OT)
Quebec 10, Saint John 2
Gatineau 5, Drummondville 2

At Charlottetown, David Laliberte, Pierre-Luc Lessard, Greg Paynter, Pierre-Marc Guilbault and Marc-Andre Gragnani scored for the Rocket (13-7-0-4).

Tommy Legault stopped 34 shots for the Oceanic (5-18-3-1)

Maineiacs 4, Wildcats 2

At Moncton, N.B., Marc-Andre Cliche scored twice to lead Lewiston over the Wildcats.

Chris Tutalo and Marc-Andre Daneau added goals for the Maineiacs (18-5-0-2).

Matt Marquardt and Chris Morehouse replied for Moncton (16-10-0-1).

Fog Devils 5, Mooseheads 4 (OT)

At Halifax, Ryan Graham scored the winner 44 seconds into overtime as St. John's edged the Mooseheads.

Zack Firlotte, Luke Gallant, Matt Fillier and Taylor MacDougall also scored for the Fog Devils (10-14-1-1).

Jakub Voracek, Daniel Smith, Bryce Swan and Andrew Bodnarchuk had goals for Halifax (13-11-2-1).

Remparts 10, Sea Dogs 2

At Quebec City, Angelo Esposito had a hat trick and three assists while Felix Petit had three goals and an assist as the Remparts trounced Saint John.

Brent Aubin, Brent Aubin, Nicolas Robillard and Samuel Groulx added goals for Quebec (17-11-0-0).

Brett Gallant and Mike Thomas countered for the Sea Dogs (9-14-1-1).

Olympiques 5, Voltigeurs 2

At Gatineau, Que., Viatcheslav Trukhno and Matthew Pistilli scored two goals each as the Olympiques beat Drummondville.

Brett Morrison rounded out the scoring for Gatineau (16-7-1-2).

Jonathan Duchesneau scored both goals for the Voltigeurs (10-16-0-2).
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