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Senior Boys Hockey
Garneau posts lopsided win over St. Matt's in senior boys hockey
By Fred Sherwin
Orléans Online

St. Matthew goalie Zach Bousquet keeps a close eye on Garneau forward Chris Marquis as he passes in front of his crease during the second period on Tuesday. Fred Sherwin/Photo


The Garneau Gaulois avenged their only loss of the season on Tuesday, and in doing so managed to keep pace with the Ashbury Colts at the top of the A/AA senior boys high school hockey standings.

The Gaulois downed the St. Matthew Tigers 7-0 at the Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Centre to improve their record to 5-1 while avenging a 5-3 loss to the Tigers in their season opener.

Garneau managed to score four unanswered goals in the first period, including three goals in less than two minutes, before cruising to victory over the Tigers who dropped to 2-2 with the loss.

Garneau is now two points up on Ashbury, but the Colts have a game in hand and will play John McCrae on Wednesday.

Chris Marquis (14) led the way for the Gaulois with two goals and an assist. Marco Regusa (12) had a goal and two assists and Daniel Lalonde (7), Philippe-Bedard Schami (13), Philippe Lapensee (4), and Eric Lafleur (19) each scored a goal.

Stéphane Dumoulin was solid in net in picking up the shutout for the Gaulois. Although he didn't see a lot of shots he did make the big saves when he had too. Meanwhile at the other end of the ice, St. Matt's goalie Zach Bousquet must have thought he was working in a puck factory as the rubber was coming at him fast and furious, particularly in the first period and early stages of the second.

The action got a little rough near the end of the second period when Greg Charbonneau got called for boarding and was sent to the dressing room with a game misconduct. He was joined by teammate Jordan Ruby who received a fighting penalty and a game misconduct for roughing up one of the Garneau players on the same play.

Cory Taylor was given the Tigers third game misconduct penalty for checking from behind in the third period.

Garneau has four games left on their regular season schedule including a season finale against Ashbury which could decide who gets the top seed heading into the playoffs. They current lead the league in both goals scored (36) and goals against (11).

(Posted 6:30 p.m., Jan. 16)

 

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