Luan scores in his own net and Chaoui wins the title

Shawinigan Cataractis capitalized on a goal the Islanders netted in overtime to win 5-4 and come close to winning their first President’s Cup on Wednesday.

Charles Bowdoin scored the winning goal after 46 seconds of overtime. He jumped into the net, passing the ball into the crease but defender Noah Luan shoved it behind his goalkeeper, trying to clear it instead.

“Noah is a very good defender. You can’t put that on him, it’s a bad jump. It could have happened to anyone,” said one of his teammates, Patrick Guay, who scored two goals tonight.

“It’s 3-0 and Prospect Not ours, but we’ll do our best to win. In our hearts, it’s not over even if it doesn’t often make a comeback. We’ve had brain spasms in some games, but with good players on the other side, it’s costly. “There was a lack of focus,” he added.

Match 4 will take place on Thursday at the waterfall house, and participation in the Anniversary Cup will also be at stake.

“We will play one game at a time, in the qualifiers anything can happen. So far we have not won anything. It will be very important to send this message before Game tomorrow. must be concentration-It’s just a game. If we play the right way, it will be fine. We were opportunists tonight and we want to continue like this. Cataract commander Maverick Burke warned.

“It’s a game like any other and we’ll give everything,” said Xavier Bourgault, who shone with two goals and one assist. But we will have another motive. It wasn’t our best time to start today, but the crowd was behind us and we never flinched. The crowd is still doing the work tomorrow. »

Early in the match, Isaac Ménard was sent into the dungeon to catch her and the islanders attacked the opportunity to open the scoring after 4 minutes of play. QMJHL’s Rookie of the Year Jakob Brabenck scored thanks to a skillful deflection of Lucas Cormier’s shot. in front of the network.

The Jazira residents dominated the start of the match with a 7-0 scoreline in terms of shots on target but Xavier Borgolt scored with a shot in the wrist after just 48 seconds, in the first shot on target for his team.

Having already contributed a crucial pass, Cormier in turn flashed the red light to give Charlottetown a 2-1 lead. The Montreal Canadiens, Xavier Simono, received a assist in the streak.

Borgolt returned to the attack after a minute 54 of playing, scoring from a backhand in the second half. At the time, the cats only had 3 shots on the clock compared to the opponent’s 17 shots. Goalkeeper Francesco Lapina complained of being disturbed in his half, but the goal was still counted in the video replay because it was his teammate who pushed the opponent to his goalkeeper.

Soon, Maynard added one timer in the fourth court of the game and Burgault collected his third point of the evening.

Patrick Guay tied 3-3 late in the period when Cormier’s point shot hit the skate. A replay was also necessary before a tie goal was officially allowed due to a potential handicap on Antoine Colombé. Guay then scored again to make it 4-3 three minutes later, which is good for his third two-goal game in the series.

Cataract captain Maverick Burke entered the fun midway through the third period by defeating Lappina between the pads to add to the suspense at 4-4.

The islanders then found themselves in hot water when Ben Boyd was penalized for delaying the match by inadvertently pushing the disc over the bay window two minutes after the end of regulation time, but his team held on. to force the extension.

Al Shallal won the first match 5-1 last Saturday, before winning the next match 4-3 in the first period of overtime the next day.



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