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Fog Devils 7, Screaming Eagles 6

St. John's exploded for a season high in goals Tuesday - and the Fog Devils needed every last one of them.

Ryan Graham's goal 26 seconds into overtime lifted the Fog Devils to their third straight win, a 7-6 decision over the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles in QMJHL action.

St. John's (13-19-1-1) entered the game with a league-low 97 goals. But goals by Zack Firlotte, Jean-Simon Allard and T.J. Brennan put the Fog Devils up 3-1 just over six minutes into the game, chasing Screaming Eagles netminder David Davenport.

After Cape Breton (22-11-2-0) scored three unanswered goals to close out the period, St. John's tied the game twice before Nicolas Bachand put the Fog Devils back in front 2:07 into the third. Screaming Eagles forward Robert Slaney replied with 5:07 left in regulation to send the game to overtime.

At St. John's, N.L., Olivier Guilbault and Nick Layton added singles for the Fog Devils, who have scored 15 goals in their past three games after posting just seven in their previous five games, all losses.

Cam Fergus had a pair of goals to lead the Screaming Eagles, who saw their five-game winning streak come to an end. Scott Brannon, Mickey MacDonald and Dean Ouellet added singles for Cape Breton.

Ilia Ejov stopped 38 shots to earn the win for the Fog Devils.

Davenport and Kyle Downer combined to make 36 saves for the Screaming Eagles.

Maineiacs 6, Sea Dogs 3

At Lewiston, Maine, Chris Tutalo scored twice in a five-goal third period that lifted the Maineiacs past Saint John.

Marc-Andre Crete, Eric Castonguay, Dave Taylor and Marc-Andre Daneau also scored for Lewiston (24-7-0-3).

Felix Schutz, Anthony Bergin and Payton Liske countered with third-period goals for the Sea Dogs (10-21-1-1).

Huskies 6, Olympiques 5

At Rouyn-Noranda, Que., Yannick Riendeau's goal with 7:20 left in regulation stood as the game-winner in the Huskies' victory over Gatineau.

Justin Munden, Michael Dubuc, Guillaume Mailloux, Marc-Andre Bourdon and Tyler Whitehead added singles for Rouyn-Noranda (19-13-2-3).

Brett Morrison, Alexandre Boivin, Matthew Pistilli, Viatcheslav Trukhno and Darryl Smith replied for the Olympiques (21-12-1-2).
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