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Saturday, October 25, 2014

{allcanada} QMJHL: Erne seals hat trick in overtime as Remparts beat Titan

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BATHURST, N.B. - Adam Erne had his scoring touch going on Friday.

Erne completed his hat trick in overtime as the Quebec Remparts beat the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 5-4 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Olivier Garneau and Nikolas Brouillard also scored for the Remparts (9-5-0).

Andrew Ryan, Jeffrey Truchon-Viel, Nicholas Blanchard and Bronson Beaton responded for the Titan (5-9-1). Acadie-Bathurst scored three times in the third period to send the game to overtime.

Callum Booth picked up the win in net for Quebec stopping 36 shots.

Jacob Brennan made 26 saves in the loss.

The Remparts were 2 for 5 on the power play while the Titan found the scored once on three man advantages.

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PHOENIX 6 WILDCATS 5

SHERBROOKE, Que. — Daniel Audette picked up his second goal of the game on the power play at 19:44 of the third period as the Phoenix came back to defeat Moncton.

David Storto and Tim Wieser also struck twice for Sherbrooke (11-4-0).

Conor Garland, Mathieu Olivier, Stephen Johnson and Cameron Askew scored for the Wildcats (8-6-0).

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ARMADA 5 FOREURS 3

BOISBRIAND, Que. — Yvan Mongo had the go-ahead goal at 15:44 of the third period in Blainville-Boisbriand's win over Val-d'Or.

Nikita Jevpalovs had a pair of goals for the Armada (7-6-2), who scored three goals in the final 20 minutes. Danick Martel and Miguel Picard rounded out the attack.

Nicolas Aube-Kubel had two goals for the Foreurs (5-10-1) with Gabriel Bilodeau also chipping in.

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VOLTIGEURS 4 SAGUENEENS 1

CHICOUTIMI, Que. — Charles-David Beaudoin had two goals as Drummondville skated past the Sagueneens.

Michael Carcone and Dylan Montcalm also scored for the Voltigeurs (6-6-2).

Jeremy Lepine spoiled the shutout bid at 4:12 of the third period with his second goal of the season for Chicoutimi (5-9-1).

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MOOSEHEADS 9 OLYMPIQUES 6

GATINEAU, Que. — Philippe Gadoury had two goals and three assists for Halifax in their win over the Olympiques.

Danny Moynihan and Timo Meier also struck twice for the Mooseheads (5-7-2), who scored five goals in the first period. Morgan Nauss, Ryan Falkenham and Nikolaj Ehlers rounded out Halifax's offence.

Alexandre Carrier, Louick Marcotte, Alex Dostie, Phil Pietroniro, Vaclav Karabacek and Yakov Trenin each had a goal for Gatineau (7-7-3).

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OCEANIC 4 HUSKIES 2

RIMOUSKI, Que. — Anthony DeLuca scored his 12th goal of the season at 17:26 of the third period and it proved to be the winner for the Oceanic over Rouyn-Noranda.

Simon Tremblay, Guillaume McSween and Michael Joly each scored for Rimouski (12-4-1) in the win.

Allan Caron and Julien Nantel opened the game's scoring for the Huskies (9-7-0).

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{allcanada} Blue Jackets take top-pick Milano off injured list, assign him to OHL

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated forward Sonny Milano off the injured non-roster list and assigned him to the Ontario Hockey League's Plymouth Whalers.

Milano sustained a facial fracture at the NHL Prospects Tournament in September.

The 18-year-old spent the past two seasons with the United States National Team Development Program in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Last season, he had 24 goals and 48 assists in 50 games played for the program's junior team.

Columbus' first pick in the 2014 draft, the Massapequa, New York, native won gold with Team USA at the 2014 IIHF U18 Championships.

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{allcanada} OHL: Blandisi nets a hat trick for the Colts in win over Frontenacs

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KINGSTON, Ont. - Joseph Blandisi capped off his hat trick in style on Friday night.

Blandisi had a short-handed goal in the third period for his third of the game, and it proved to be the winner for the Barrie Colts in a 5-4 win over the Kingston Frontenacs in Ontario Hockey League play.

Garrett Hooey and Andrew Mangiapane also scored for the Colts (7-4-1).

Robert Polesello had a hat trick of his own in the loss for the Frontenacs (5-4-1). Juno Lammikko had the other goal for Kingston.

Jordan DeKort turned aside nine shots for the win while Jeremy Helvig suffered the loss, making 31 saves.

The Frontenacs were successful on 2 of 7 power-play opportunities while Barrie was scoreless on two attempts.

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BATTALION 6 ICEDOGS 2

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Alex Henriksson struck twice to help get North Bay by the IceDogs.

David Sherman, Jared Steege, Zach Bratina and Nick Paul also chipped in for the Battalion (5-2-3).

Anthony DiFruscia and Hayden McCool scored for Niagara (2-10-0).

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WHALERS 5 STEELHEADS 0

PLYMOUTH, Mich. — Matt Mistele and Will Bitten both had two goals for the Whalers as they shut out Mississauga.

Matthew Campagna added another while Sonny Milano had three assists for Plymouth (6-5-1).

Alex Nedeljkovic made 16 saves for the shutout while Cameron Zanussi kicked out 30 shots for the Steelheads (4-4-0).

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OTTERS 6 GREYHOUNDS 4

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Dylan Strome struck twice for Erie as they edged the Greyhounds.

Taylor Raddysh, Trent Fox, Nick Betz and Connor McDavid all found the back of the net for the Otters (10-0-1).

Edmonton Oilers prospect Darnell Nurse scored his first of the year for Sault Ste. Marie (9-3-0). Colton White, Blake Speers and Jean Dupuy rounded out the attack.

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BULLS 4 STING 3 (SO)

SARNIA, Ont. — Brett Welychka had the winning goal in the shootout for Belleville in its victory over the Sting.

Justin Lemcke, Remi Elie and Jordan Subban all scored in regulation for the Bulls (9-2-0).

Anthony DeAngelo, Brandon Lindberg and Pavel Zacha all had a goal for Sarnia (4-5-2).

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STORM 5 SPITFIRES 2

GUELPH, Ont. — Pius Suter scored three times as the Storm skated past Windsor.

Phil Baltisberger and James McEwan supplied the rest of the Guelph (7-3-0) offence.

Sam Povorozniouk had two goals for the Spitfires (3-7-1).

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ATTACK 4 RANGERS 3 (SO)

KITCHENER, Ont. — Petrus Palmu found the back of the net in the shootout to lift Owen Sound over the Rangers.

Thomas Schemitsch, Ethan Szypula and Keenan Reynolds also scored for the Attack (7-3-3).

Brandon Robinson, Darby Llewellyn and Mike Davies chipped in for Kitchener (5-3-3).

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KNIGHTS 5 67's 2

LONDON, Ont. — Aaron Berisha struck twice in the first period for the Knights as they beat Ottawa.

Kevin Kilma, Christian Dvorak and Michael McCarron all had a goal for London (5-6-0).

Travis Barron and Sam Studnicka both scored for the 67's (4-6-0).

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PETES 6 WOLVES 4

SUDBURY, Ont. — Nick Ritchie had a goal and an assist to help lead Peterborough by the Wolves.

Steven Varga, Josh MacDonald, Greg Betzold, Josh Maguire and Michael Clarke also scored for the Petes (2-5-3).

Nicholas Baptiste struck twice for Sudbury (1-11-0) with Jacob Harris and Matt Schmalz also chipping in.

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GENERALS 8 SPIRIT 5

OSHAWA, Ont. — Mitchell Vande Sompel scored once and added four assists as the Generals got by Saginaw.

Cole Cassels had two goals for Oshawa (11-1-1) while Josh Sterk, Tobias Lindberg, Jose Manchurek, Hunter Smith and Sam Harding rounded out the attack.

Connor Brown recorded a hat trick for the Spirit (5-6-1) with Dylan Sadowy and Devon Paliani also responding.

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{allcanada} Canadiens, Rangers meet for first time since East final

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RANGERS (4-3-0) at CANADIENS (6-1-0)

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MONTREAL -- It promises to be an emotional night at Bell Centre when the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens face off against each other Saturday for the first time since their exciting meeting in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The Rangers came out on top last spring when they defeated the Canadiens in six games in the Eastern Conference Final before losing to the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup Final.

"They definitely have a skilled group over there," Montreal forward Max Pacioretty said. "And they have a little bit different team than they had last year, but they're a young team like us now, a lot of young guys who are trying to make a name for themselves in the League, and I think we have the same identity as them. We want to pay a fast game and obviously we weren't happy with the results last year and we have a lot to prove now."

Carey Price will make his sixth straight start for the Canadiens. It will be the first time he has faced the Rangers since he was injured in Game 1 of the conference final. Price sustained a knee injury and was sidelined for the rest of the series after New York forward Chris Kreider slid into him.

Pacioretty said that the two points at stake in the game are too crucial for the Canadiens to single out the Rangers forward for any special attention.

"Obviously we weren't happy with what happened last year," Pacioretty said. "Every point is so important in this League. You can't let them slip away. You can't give up a power play for no reason, so obviously you play him hard like everyone else, and I think games are too valuable to let things like that get into your mind."

Kreider was not concerned about facing any sort of payback.

"It was a hard-fought series last spring, but I don't expect a ton of carryover," Kreider said. "It's a long time ago now, and obviously there's those two points on the line."

The Rangers will have the family and friends of rookie forward Anthony Duclair behind them in the crowd. The native of Montreal said he has a strong contingent of supporters behind him for his hometown debut.

Duclair was on hand at Bell Centre last spring for a playoff game. A Canadiens fan growing up, he was cheering for the Rangers, who chose him in the third round (No. 80) in the 2013 NHL Draft.

"I was envisaging myself playing for this organization as soon as I got drafted," Duclair, 19, said. "I was pretty grateful to get invited last year to the playoffs, and it was a great experience for myself."

The Canadiens will take part in a coordinated pregame ceremony with the Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs honoring two Canadian soldiers that were killed this week in separate incidents on Canadian soil, including one in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec on Monday.

Here are the projected lineups:

RANGERS

Chris Kreider - Kevin Hayes - Rick Nash

Mats Zuccarello - Derick Brassard - Martin St. Louis

Carl Hagelin - Dominic Moore - Anthony Duclair

Tanner Glass - Chris Mueller - Lee Stempniak

Ryan McDonagh - Dan Girardi

Marc Staal - Kevin Klein

John Moore - Matt Hunwick

Henrik Lundqvist

Cam Talbot

Scratched: Michael Kostka, Ryan Malone

Injured: Dan Boyle (fractured hand), Derek Stepan (non-displaced fractured fibula)

CANADIENS

Max Pacioretty - David Desharnais - Brendan Gallagher

Alex Galchenyuk - Tomas Plekanec - Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau

Rene Bourque - Lars Eller - Dale Weise

Brandon Prust - Manny Malhotra - Travis Moen

Alexei Emelin - P.K. Subban

Andrei Markov - Tom Gilbert

Jarred Tinordi - Mike Weaver

Carey Price

Dustin Tokarski

Scratched: Jiri Sekac

Injured: None

Status report: Duclair returns to the lineup after he was a healthy scratch for the past two games. He will play right wing on a line with Moore and Hagelin. Stempniak takes Malone's place on the right side of Mueller and Glass. … Sekac will sit for a second straight game as Canadiens coach Michel Therrien goes with the same lineup he used Tuesday. The Canadiens assigned defenseman Nathan Beaulieu and forward Michael Bournival to Hamilton of the American Hockey League on Wednesday.

Who's hot: Nash's eight goals are tied for the most in Rangers history through the first seven games. Hall of Fame forward Bill Cook accomplished the feat in 1931-32, and Don Murdoch matched it in 1976-77. … Galchenyuk has two goals and four points in his past three games. He has three goals and an assist in five games against the Rangers.

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