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VICTORIAVILLE, Que. -- Francois Tremblay made 28 saves as the Victoriaville Tigres won their 13th game in a row by downing the Shawinigan Cataractes 6-1 on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play. Jan Mandat, Angelo Miceli, Jonathan Diaby, Mathieu Ayotte, Carl-Antoine Delisle and Jean-Francois Plante scored for the Tigres (29-19-6) and Cameron Yarwood chipped in with two assists. Alexis DAoust scored for the Cataractes (15-32-8) while Marvin Cupper stopped 26-of-32 shots. Victoriaville went 1 for 1 on the power play while Shawinigan failed to score on six chances with the man advantage. --- OCEANIC 5 ISLANDERS 3 CHARLOTTETOWN -- Michael Joly scored three times, including the winner, as Rimouski downed the Islanders for its fourth win in a row. Sebastien Sylvestre and Jan Kostalek also scored for the Oceanic (32-15-7) while Alexis Loiseau chipped in with three assists. Spenser Cobbold, Alexandre Goulet and Julien Avon replied for Charlottetown (17-33-5), which has dropped 12 straight. Rimouskis Olivier Tremblay gave up three goals on 13 shots before giving way to Philippe Desrosiers, who stopped all 14 shots his way in 26 minutes of relief. Mason MacDonald stopped 43 shots for the Islanders. --- WILDCATS 6 MOOSEHEADS 2 MONCTON, N.B. -- Ivan Barbashev and JC Campagna each had two goals and an assist as the Wildcats handed Halifax its third loss in a row. Will Smith and Mathieu Olivier also scored for Moncton (29-25-2), which won its third in a row. Timo Meier and Austyn Hardie scored for the Mooseheads (34-18-3) and Darcy Ashley picked up two assists. Alex Dubeau made 47 saves for the Wildcats while Zachary Fucale allowed five goals on 21 shots for Halifax. --- ARMADA 5 SEA DOGS 2 SAINT JOHN, N.B. -- Samuel Hodhod had two goals and two assists as Blainville-Boisbriand toppled the Sea Dogs. Nikita Jevpalovs also scored twice for the Armada (35-10-9), who are 7-1-2 in their last 10 outings, and Nathanael Halbert had the other. Saint John (17-33-4) got goals form Thomas Chabot and Oliver Cooper. Etienne Marcoux only had to make 16 saves for Blainville-Boisbriand while Sebastien Auger turned away 35-of-40 shots for the Sea Dogs. --- VOLTIGEURS 3 DRAKKAR 2 BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Jerome Verriers second goal of the game came 5:59 into the third period and stood up as the winner for Drummondville. Frederick Gaudreau had a goal and an assist for the Voltigeurs (33-17-3). Jeremy Gregoire and Felix Girard supplied the scoring for the Drakkar (37-14-4) and Charles Hudon assisted on both of his clubs goals. Louis-Philip Guindon made 29 saves for Drummondville. Philippe Cadorette stopped 31-of-34 shots for Baie-Comeau. --- OLYMPIQUES 6 HUSKIES 3 GATINEAU, Que. -- Emile Poirier scored three times as the Olympiques doubled up Rouyn-Noranda to end its three-game win streak. Alexandre Chenier-Allard, Alex Dostie and Marc-Olivier Crevier-Morin also scored for Gatineau (33-17-4) while Martin Reway tacked on two assists. Jean-Sebastien Dea, Julien Nantel and Francis Beauvillier scored for the Huskies (29-19-5). Robert Steeves made 21 saves for the Olympiques as Alexandre Belanger gave up five goals on 23 shots for Rouyn-Noranda. --- REMPARTS 4 PHOENIX 2 SHERBROOKE, Que. -- Anthony Duclair scored twice and set up one more as Quebec downed the Phoenix. Fabrice Herzog and Adam Erne also scored for the Remparts (32-14-9) while Francois Brassard made 26 saves for the win. Alexandre Sills and Jeremy Roy scored for Sherbrooke (15-32-7), which is on a six-game slide. Maxime Lagace turned aside 34-of-37 shots in a losing cause for the Phoenix. --- FOREURS 12 SAGUENEENS 3 VAL-DOR, Que. -- Eight skaters for the Foreurs recorded a multi-point game including Louick Marcotte, who had two goals and four assists, en route to crushing Chicoutimi. Anthony Mantha had two goals and three assists, Samuel Henley scored twice and set up two more, Nicolas Aube-Kubel had a pair of goals, Randy Gazzola had a goal and three assists, Anthony Beauregard scored once and added two assists, Guillaume Gelinas tacked on four assists and Anthony Richard had three assists for Val-dOr (34-18-2). Jeremie Fraser and Shawn Ouellette-St-Amant also scored for the Foreurs. Nicolas Roy scored twice for the Sagueneens (25-29-1), who are on a four-game skid, and Laurent Dauphin had a goal and an assist. Keven Bouchard made 30 saves for the Foreurs. Chicoutimis Domenic Graham allowed 10 goals on 27 shots through two periods of play. Julio Billia took over for Graham to start the third and stopped 12-of-14 shots in relief. Durham, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - When Duke heads to Louisville for Saturdays marquee matchup with Louisville, itll do so having dropped back-to-back ACC games for the first time in six years. Manu Lecomte scored 18 of his 23 points in the second half, leading a torrid shooting display from Miami-Florida after the break that propelled the Hurricanes to a stunning 90-74 upset of the fourth-ranked Blue Devils. Miami (12-4, 2-1 ACC) halted the nations longest home win streak in emphatic fashion, putting up 56 second-half points on an 18-of-27 effort from the field that included six makes in nine attempts from 3-point range. Lecomte and Angel Rodriguez were the catalysts of the onslaught, with the latter tallying 15 of his 24 points over the final 20 minutes. The duo combined to go 7-of-10 on 3-pointers for the game. Duke (14-2, 2-2) had prevailed in 41 straight tests at Cameron Indoor Stadium since an 88-70 loss to North Carolina on March 3, 2012. However, the shooting woes that plagued the Blue Devils in Sundays 87-75 defeat at NC State came back to haunt them again on Tuesday, resulting in the programs first losing skid in conference play since Feb. 11-15, 2009. After shooting a season-low 36.9 percent from the floor against the Wolfpack, Duke made just 6-of-21 tries from beyond the arc to go along with a woeful 10- of-20 performance from the foul line. Itll now take those struggles into a road showdown against one of the top defensive teams in the country in No. 6 Louisville. Quinn Cook did finish with 18 points in the loss, with Jahlil Okafor compiling 15 with 15 rebounds for the Blue Devils and Amile Jefferson posting 14 points and 12 boards. The Hurricanes trailed 39-36 early in the second half before going on a 9-0 run sparked by Lecomte, who buried a go-ahead 3-pointer and converted a fastbreak layup off a Duke turnover shortly afterward to stake Miami to a six- point lead. Duke countered with a 7-2 spurt to pull within oone, but the Hurricanes scored the next 10 points and the young Blue Devils unraveled thereafter.dddddddddddd Rodriguez began that spurt with a triple and Lecomte finished it with another, putting Miami up by double digits at 57-46 with 11:44 to play. The Blue Devils could never get the deficit under seven points the rest of the way, as they continued to miss shots and struggle to take care of the ball while preventing Miami from scoring at will. Back-to-back treys from Rodriguez and Omar Sherman extended the lead to 69-54 with seven minutes remaining, and the Hurricanes put the game completely out of reach in the final stages. Seven straight points, culminating with Sheldon McClellans run-out slam off another Duke giveaway, had the Blue Devils down 88-68 entering the last minute. Duke was far more competitive in a tightly contested first half that contained five lead changes and eight ties with neither team ahead by more than four points. Miami owned a 14-10 edge after JaQuan Newton drove the lane uncontested and threw down a thunderous dunk just over 6 1/2 minutes in. The Blue Devils then countered with a 12-4 stretch to go up 22-18 with nine minutes left in the period. The Hurricanes regained a four-point advantage following Lecomtes trey 3:24 prior to intermission. However, Cook fed Jefferson for a layup and Rasheed Sulaimon buried a corner 3-pointer to send Duke into the break with a 35-34 lead. Game Notes Duke ended with 15 turnovers that the Hurricanes converted into 21 points ... The Blue Devils entered the game 26-2 following a loss since the 2009-10 campaign ... An unranked Miami team also defeated the Blue Devils in Cameron in 2012, coming through with a 78-74 victory in overtime ... Dukes last home loss off a road defeat occurred against Florida State on Feb. 4, 2007 ... McClellan had 14 points and Tonye Jekiri recorded 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Hurricanes. ' ' ' Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys supply authentic cheap Jerseys nba jerseys nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys NFL,NHL,NBA,MLB,soccer,NCAA jerseys Wholesale
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