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HALIFAX - Nikolaj Ehlers scored twice as the Halifax Mooseheads shut out the Saint John Sea Dogs 5-0 for their ninth straight win in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play Saturday. Luca Ciampini, Connor Moynihan and Andrew Ryan also scored for Halifax (21-8-0), which is one point back of league-leading Blainville-Boisbriand. The Armada have three games in hand. Sebastien Auger stopped 37 shots in net for Saint John (6-18-3). Halifaxs Zachary Fucale meanwhile finished with 22 saves for the shutout. --- HUSKIES 5 ARMADA 4 (OT) ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Liam OBrien scored a power-play goal in overtime to complete a hat trick and lift the Huskies past Blainville-Boisbriand. Maxime St-Cyr and Mathieu Lemay also scored for Rouyn-Noranda (15-9-2) Aaron Hoyles, Frederic Bergeron, Nikita Jevpalovs and Samuel Hodhod replied for the Armada (20-3-3), who hold a one-point lead atop the QMJHL. Alexandre Belanger made 19 saves in net for the Huskies, while Etienne Marcoux finished with 24 stops for the Armada. --- DRAKKAR 2 ISLANDERS 1 BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- The Drakkar overcame a spectacular performance in net by Charlottetowns Antoine Bibeau. Robbie Graham and Valentin Zykov each scored for Baie-Comeau (18-5-4), while Simon Lemieux stopped 23 shots. Bibeau meanwhile made 43 saves for Charlottetown (13-11-3), and was especially good in the first period when he gave up one goal while the Islanders were being outshot 24-5. Alexandre Goulet added the lone goal for the Islanders. --- WILDCATS 2 SAGUENEENS 0 CHICOUTIMI, Que. -- Alex Dubeau made 29 saves for the shutout to help Moncton earn a win on the road. JC Campagna and Mark Simpson had goals for the Wildcats (12-16-2). Julio Billia finished with 24 saves in net for Chicoutimi (13-15-0). Power-play time was at a premium. Moncton went scoreless on two attempts while the Sagueneens failed to score on four tries. --- OCEANIC 4 REMPARTS 3 (SO) RIMOUSKI, Que. -- Dominic Beauchemin scored the lone goal in the shootout as the Oceanic edged Quebec. Beauchemin also scored in regulation, while Rimouski (16-7-4) also had goals from Anthony DeLuca and Peter Trainor. Olivier Archambault, Brent Turnbull and Nick Sorensen replied for the Remparts (14-8-6). Philippe Desrosiers stopped 24 shots in net for the Oceanic, while at the other end of the ice Francois Brassard finished with 37 saves. --- TIGRES 8 CATARACTES 5 SHAWINIGAN, Que. -- The Tigres scored four unanswered goals in the third period to blow past the Cataractes. Angelo Miceli and Gabriel Gagne each scored twice for Victoriaville (11-13-2), while Philippe Hudon, Jan Mandat, Matthew Boudreau and Carl-Antoine Delisle had singles. Charles-Olivier Lajoie stopped 28 shots. Frederick Gaudreau scored twice for league-worst Shawinigan (3-21-2), which had scored the first three goals of the third to take a 5-4 lead before the Tigres started their run. Kris Hodge, Anthony Beauvillier and Frank Schumacher also scored for the Cataractes. --- FOREURS 4 PHOENIX 0 VAL-DOR, Que. -- Foreurs goaltender Francois Tremblay needed to make just 17 saves for the shutout. Phil Pietroniro, Anthony Mantha, Timotej Sille and Pierre-Maxime Poudrier each scored for Val-dOr (16-11-0). The goal was Manthas league-leading 25th of the season. He also leads the QMJHL in points with 56. Francis Desrosiers did what he could in net for Sherbrooke (10-15-2), stopping 49 shots. Tony Dorsett Youth Jersey . Therrien would not confirm his lineup for the game, but he did have the same line combinations practicing together for the third straight day which is usually a pretty good indication of what the lineup will be. Leighton Vander Esch Jersey . 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Spain controlled play at the Sanchez Pizjuan but found it hard to convert against a well-organized Bolivian team before Iniesta charged forward to curl around Quinonez in the 84th to seal victory.LOS ANGELES – Ryan Getzlaf breaks into a big grin when asked about the agitating antics of his longtime linemate Corey Perry. "What? You want me to talk about that?" the Anaheim Ducks captain asks chuckling. After some gentle prodding Getzlaf opens up. "Thats part of Perrys game. I mean, hes always going to play hard, play hard between the whistles and, you know, theres always a little extra stuff going on and its stuff hes been doing his whole career. Its part of his makeup and things that fuel him to be a better player on the ice and I thought he was unbelievable [in Game 3]." On the ice, Perry is in the middle of everything. Rarely will a shift go by without him getting engaged physically with someone. "He is what he is," said Getzlaf. "Hes not out there chirping at every guy that skates by or anything like that. Hes just a bit of a rat out there, I guess, if you want to call him [that]. He stirs the pot and he does the things that he does and that helps make him a better player." What makes Perrys pest persona on the ice intriguing is that it differs sharply with the seemingly reclusive life he leads away from the rink. "Hes very, very quiet off the ice," said Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau. "Hes actually shy around people. But on the ice hes one competitive man." "If you dont really know him off the ice hes pretty quiet, he really doesnt say too much," said Kings defenceman Drew Doughty, who lives around the corner from Perry in London, Ont. and was his Olympic teammate in February. "You kind of got to get to know him a bit more. Hes an awesome guy off the ice and I see him quite a bit in the summer, but on the ice hes just a pest out there. Hes a really good player and he likes to get under the other teams skin and when you put those two things together it kind of frustrates you." Perry was third on the Ducks with 65 penalty minutes in the regular season. He is fourth on the team in penalty minutes during the post-season with 15. And the Kings are wary of being goaded into taking retaliation penalties. "If he starts [agitating] after the whistle then Im probably going to ignore it, but if its throughout the game, hes going to try and hit me or whatever, Im going to try and hit him for sure," said Doughty. "You got to play physical on a guy like that. The only way you can beat him is physically. You got to play him hard and try and get under his skin too, because he gets frustrated at times." What makes Perry somewhat different is that hes a creative pest. His prank on Jeff Carter in Game 1 – squirting water in his Olympic teammattes unattended glove during a commercial break – went viral.dddddddddddd Someone even showed Boudreau the video on YouTube. It reminded the Ducks bench boss of when Perry sprayed water at Colorado Avalanche head coach Patrick Roy at the end of the first game of the regular season when the two coaches engaged in a shouting match. Perry also made it on to plenty of highlight reels earlier in the season. During a November overtime game in Carolina, the 28-year-old broke his stick and grabbed one right out of Alex Semins hands while skating back to the Ducks bench. Semin was hanging over the boards waiting to come on as part of a line change. "I dont know if hes trying to get under peoples skin or if hes just playing like hes been playing since he was six years old," said Boudreau. "I dont think hes a guy like [Stars forwards] Antoine Roussel or [Ryan] Garbutt, who purposely do things to tick the other person off. I think Corey just plays as Corey and if it ticks people off then thats an added bonus." Boudreau believes Perry needs to create chaos in order to be the effective 43-goal scorer he is. "The more youre on him and the more you hound him the more competitive he gets just like when I watch Doughty," Boudreau explains. "The more you hit him the better he gets." "If Im not doing different things," Perry said, "Im not going to be myself on the ice." But how does Perry explain the double life he leads? How is he able to morph from unassuming off the ice into an annoyance on it? "Theres a switch where, when I get to the rink, it flips on," the former Hart Trophy winner said quietly. "I can turn it off when I leave." NOTES: Perry and Getzlaf held a one-on-one meeting after the Game 2 loss to discuss why they werent as effective. "Luckily enough we dont have to have them that often," said Getzlaf. "Its not that often where both of us dont have a good game. Sometimes its one or the other and we can kind of pick each other up a bit. There were just some things we needed to do better. Its not like we were playing horrible or anything like that. It was just we needed to be better than we were and thats when you have those talks." The two responded with a strong effort in Game 3 as the Ducks got back in the series. Perry scored the opening goal of the game on the power play ... "We just got to take him out of this series," said Doughty of Perry. "Hes one of the key guys on their team and we havent done a good enough job against him yet so tonight [in Game 4] we got to pay special attention to that and take him out of the game." ' ' '
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