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. Ostapchuk scored while killing a penalty late in the second period to give Rouyn-Noranda a 3-1 victory over the division-rival Montreal Junior on Saturday night in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. With the win, the Huskies (23-18-4-2) took a two-point lead on Montreal for one of the top-four overall positions awarded to division leaders. It was the sixth meeting of the season between the two clubs. Rouyn-Noranda is undefeated at home against the Junior this season and leads the season series with a record of 4-1-1-0. Montreal (24-18-1-1) entered Saturdays contest on a three-game winning streak, while the Huskies had lost three straight. The Junior struck first, with Philippe Fontaine finding the net two minutes and 43 seconds into the game. Four minutes later, Jeff Desjardins got Rouyn-Noranda on the board, scoring a power-play goal to knot the game at 1-1. Elsewhere in the QMJHL, it was: Saint John 6, Chicoutimi 5 (OT); Victoriaville 5, Rimouski 4; P.E.I. 5, Cape Breton 0; Halifax 6, Acadie-Bathurst 2; and Lewiston 4, Val-dOr 2. At Rouyn-Noranda, Que., Nicolas Deslauriers iced the game with an empty-netter in the final minute of the third. Antoine Lafleur made 25 saves for the Huskies. Montreal netminder Jake Allen stopped 18 shots. Sea Dogs 6, Sagueneens 5 (OT) At Chicoutimi, Que., David Stich scored 2:25 into overtime as Saint John blew a 5-2 lead late in the third period but eventually earned a win over the Sagueneens. Steven Anthony scored two goals and an assist for Saint John (25-19-2-2). Shea Kewin, Benjamin Lecomte and Olivier Ouellet, who also added three assists, also scored for the Sea Dogs. Michal Hlinka, Alexandre Murray, Drew Paris, Nicolas Deschamps and Mathieu Tousignant replied for Chicoutimi (16-23-3-3), which is on a six-game losing skid. Tigres 5, Oceanic 4 At Victoriaville, Que., Maxime Tanguays power-play goal with 1:36 remaining in regulation broke a 4-4 tie as the Tigres edged Rimouski. David Cliche, with two, Brandon Hynes and Chad Earle had the other goals for Victoriaville (25-21-0-1). Philippe Cornet, Luca Cunti, Patrick Delisle-Houde and Alexandre Brunet replied for Rimouski (24-21-1-0). Rocket 5, Screaming Eagles 0 At Sydney, N.S., Nadeau stopped all 31 shots as P.E.I. blanked the Screaming Eagles. Simon Olsson, Ben Duffy, Benjamin Casavant, Christopher Guay and Joel Champagne scored for P.E.I. (17-23-4-5). Olivier Roy made 24 saves for Cape Breton (33-13-1-1), which saw its eight-game winning streak snapped. Mooseheads 6, Titan 2 At Halifax, Jan Stransky and Yuri Cheremetiev scored two goals each as the Mooseheads turned aside Acadie-Bathurst. Linden Bahm and Gerrad Grant had the other goals for Halifax (13-27-2-2) Spencer Jezegou and Eric Faille scored for Acadie-Bathurst (17-22-5-4). Maineiacs 4, Foreurs 2 At Val-dOr, Que., Danick Paquette scored a hat trick to lead Lewiston past the Foreurs. Dominic Savoie scored the winning goal for the Maineiacs (16-32-0-0) with 31 seconds remaining in the third period. Paquette completed his hat trick with an empty-netter 16 seconds later. Keven Guerette-Charland and Alexandre Monahan found the net for Val-dOr (10-30-2-4). Rob Gronkowski Jersey
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. When the ballots were counted, Sedin knocked off the reigning, two-time MVP by just 60 votes to become the first player in the history of the Canuck franchise to claim the Hart Trophy. The first-place votes were just as close as Sedin received 46 to Ovechkins 40.As far as drama goes, the Winnipeg Goldeyes will be in tough in 2012 to top their performance on Opening Day. The Goldeyes fell behind 8-1 before scoring 13 consecutive runs to beat the Amarillo Sox 14-9 before 6,518 fans at Amarillo National Bank Sox Stadium Friday night in a game that took 3:43 to play. Amarillo scored once in the first, four times in the second and three times in the fourth to take an 8-1 lead through four innings. The Sox looked to deal the knockout blow in that fourth inning. Harrison Kain hit the first pitch he saw from Brian Leach over the left field fence to start the inning and was followed two batters later by a two-run home run from Jake Opitz. "We were a little shocked. This isnt a normal baseball field," Goldeyes second baseman Matt Cusick said, referring to the deep outfield and strong winds. "You can score a lot of runs in a hurry here." And boy did the Goldeyes ever. After scoring once in the fifth, Price Kendall scored on a Jon Weber single in the sixth inning and then Luis Alen hit a three-run bomb to left field, cutting Amarillos lead to 8-6. Winnipeg completed the comeback in the seventh inning. After the firsst four batters reached base via either a base hit or an error, which scored Price Kendall, Matt Cusick hit a grand slam to left field, giving the Goldeyes an 11-8 lead. Mike Wallace Jersey
. "They brought in a lefty and I wanted to get on that fastball early," Cusick said. "I was just trying to get the barrel to the ball. Probably in a normal day, in a normal park it doesnt get out, but, hey, Ill take it." Weber and Yurendell de Caster then drew two-out walks with the bases loaded later in the inning to put Winnipeg up 13-8. In total, the Goldeyes sent 13 men to the plate in the seventh inning. Both sides scored a run in the ninth inning. Goldeyes starting pitcher Ace Walker lasted just three innings, allowing five runs on eight hits. Winnipeg used six other pitchers in the game. Kaohi Downing got the win after pitching an inning and a third. The Goldeyes and Sox play the middle game of this series tomorrow night in Amarillo. Winnipeg will send lefty Chris Salamida to the hill, while the Sox will counter with Justin Garcia. Around the Association with Paul Edmonds on TSN 1290 begins at 5:30 p.m., followed by the pre-game show at 6:30 p.m. ' ' '