A third period for the little Remparts!

The small Remparts of Quebec City made the many observers who did not give their skin good Wednesday night at the International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament. They scored no fewer than six goals in the third period to overthrow the Hamilton Huskies, one of Canada’s top clubs, 7-4 in an outstanding AAA class duel.

Louis-Charles Gaudreau sounded the charge for the Remparts with a hat trick, scoring his third goal in a desert net with 13 seconds left on the scoreboard. The number 97 had previously set the tone for the offensive push of his troop by creating the tie 2-2 in the 79 th second of the third. A goal that seemed to shake young visitors to Ontario.

Even though they were 2-1 after two periods, the mini-Remparts were not nervous, according to Gaudreau, because the third period is more often than not the case of the Corsairs of Pointe- Levy, the worthy representatives of the Remparts at the Tournament this year.

“After the second, we thought we should continue to play as a team and we still have a good chance of winning because the third period is always our best,” said the hero of the match . “We had to keep getting good shots on goal and going into the net. We knew we were playing against a big team, but we also knew we could compete with that club, as we showed in the first two periods, “added the second-round winner. Hat of the season.

Stop the thunder of Samuel Cluseau

Coach Simon Labrecque shared his young protege’s view of the effectiveness of his troop in the third period. “The third is always our best time, but here I think we have just played our best time of the year,” he said, recalling that Samuel Cluseau had stopped thundering while the Score was 2-2 at the start of the third.

“The turning point of the match,” summed up the coach. Moments later, Jonathan Fauchon managed to lead the Remparts for the first time.

The score was 3-3 with less than six minutes remaining in the third when the Huskies scored three consecutive penalties for too strong chips for pee-wee. Nathaniel Aubert and Ryan Gudernatsch charged the visitors for their indiscipline with goals scored with shots that were both powerful and accurate.

“Many of our guys have good throws, but they’re not always on the net. Tonight, they were more accurate than usual, “said the coach of the winners.

Vincent Boulet scored the Remparts’ first goal, which will play their next game Friday (4:45 pm) at Center Videotron. Blake Ellis was the best in the Huskies with a pair of goals.

The Pee-Wee Tournament ended Wednesday morning for Madelinots of the Magdalen Islands, which were bleached 1-0 by the Italians of Veneto in the category Inter C. The Madelinots were unable to blacken the leaf of Score scoring in spite of three superiorities … The goals of Zachary Bouchard and Felix Giroux were not enough for Quebec City Center (Inter C), who was eliminated 5-2 by the Gladiators of Aosta, another The Quebec Canadiens will play their second game at the Videotron Center Thursday (7:15 pm), against the Brantford 99ers … Montreal Canadiens (AAA) artwork Thursday (10:30 am) against the Chicago Young Americans … the women’s team led by Caroline Ouellette for its part will cross swords with the Flames J r Calgary at 11:15 to Arpidrome of Charlesbourg. The girls lost their first game 1-0 against the Beauport Harfangs last Thursday in Inter B.


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