CHL Playoff Notebook: April 1, 2019


Monday’s results added three more Game 7s to the upcoming calendar:

Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

The first-place Rouyn-Noranda Huskies have advanced to the second round after ousting the Shawinigan Cataractes in a deciding Game 6 that saw 2018 Memorial Cup champion Noah Dobson collect a pair of helpers en route to a 8-2 victory.

A three-point night by draft-eligible forward Raphael Lavoie powered the Halifax Mooseheads to a 6-1 smashing of the Quebec Remparts to set up a winner-takes-all Game 7 on home ice Tuesday.

The Victoriaville Tigres forced a Game 7 versus the Val-d’or Foreurs after piecing together a 6-2 win in which centre Anthony Poulin led the way with two goals and two assists.

A close-knit series will require a Game 7 after the Moncton Wildcats downed the Baie-Comeau Drakkar on Monday in a 3-1 final that saw 2019 NHL Draft hopeful Jakob Pelletier net the eventual game winner midway through the second period.

Western Hockey League

The Victoria Royals advanced to the second round after icing the Kamloops Blazers in six games following a 4-1 win and a two-goal performance from left-wing Brandon Cutler.

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