CHL Daily: Sherbrooke ends Gatineau’s 21-game winning streak

CHL Three Stars

Kingston’s Ethan Miedema caught the eye of NHL teams Wednesday as he scored four times in a 6-2 win over Oshawa to claim the first star. The NHL Draft prospect has 48 points this season, 17 of which have come as a member of the Fronts after he was acquired in the Shane Wright (SEA) deal. Miedema is the 45th ranked North American skater ahead of the NHL Draft.

Jordan Dumais’ (CBJ) memorable season continued as he racked up six points (2G, 4A) to earn the second star as Halifax beat Charlottetown 9-0. It was Dumais’ fourth six-point showing of the season as he continues to sit in second place in CHL scoring with 136 points. His next point will tie Ramzi Abid’s Mooseheads record for points in a season.

Brendan Lee’s first WHL hat-trick of the season saw him claim the evening’s third star after Medicine Hat beat Edmonton 8-2. Lee, who also had an assist in the win, leads the Tigers in goals this season with 32 while his 58 points are a new career high.


Nightly notes


  • Alex Christopoulos and Matthew Maggio (NYI) each had a goal and an assist as Windsor beat Guelph 4-1 to push its lead atop the Western Conference to four points.
  • A hat-trick from Francesco Pinelli (LA), that saw him surpass 40 goals, led Kitchener to a 6-1 win in Erie that saw their streak extended to 3-0-1.


  • Joshua Roy’s (MTL) overtime goal ended Gatineau’s 21-game winning streak as the Phoenix won 4-3. Justin Gill and Jacob Melanson (SEA) each had three points (1G, 2A) for Sherbrooke, who are now tied with the Olympiques for top spot in the Western Conference.
  • Zachary Bolduc (STL) and Vsevolod Komarov (BUF) both scored twice, Pier-Olivier Roy had four assists and the Quebec Remparts doubled up Shawinigan 6-3 to win their sixth straight.
  • Josh Lawrence had five points (2G, 3A) during Halifax’s win as the Mooseheads remain in a tie with Quebec for the Eastern Conference lead. Lawrence’s 113 points are the third most in the CHL.
  • Antoine Roy had the overtime winner for Cape Breton as they downed Moncton 6-5 to win their third straight. NHL Draft prospect Cam Squires scored his 30th goal of the season for the Eagles.
  • Manix Landry had a goal and an assist while Maveric Lamoureux (ARI) and Sam Oliver had two assists as Drummondville beat Victoriaville 4-0. Riley Mercer stopped all 27 shots to register his first shutout of the season.


  • Kamloops got the better of Seattle 6-5 Wednesday in a battle between the WHL’s top two Western Conference teams. Caeden Bankier (MIN) had the game-winner in the third as the Blazers snapped the Thunderbirds’ 17-0-1 streak.
  • Winnipeg had its seven-game winning streak end at the hands of Moose Jaw after Brayden Yager scored twice in a 6-4 win. The victory was the Warriors’ 40th win of the year.
  • Calgary erased a two-goal deficit to win 3-2 in Lethbridge in what was a massive two points in their quest for a WHL playoff spot. The Hitmen, who have won three straight, need one point in their final two games or a loss of any kind from Swift Current to clinch a berth in the playoffs.

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