Mooseheads hit a bump on the road
The Halifax Mooseheads took a 6-1 beating on the road at the hands of Patrick Roy’s Quebec Remparts Saturday night.
The team’s second game in a three games, in three days road trip. The two teams skated to a scoreless first periods, mostly due to the sparkling play of rookie goaltender Zach Fucale.
However the floodgates opened in the second period with the Remparts’ Frederick Roy, Raphael Corriveau, Adam Erne put Quebec up 3-0.
Former Remparts Alex Grenier cut Quebec’s lead to 3-1 when he scored a powerplay goal early in the third period, however the Remparts stormed back scoring three goals to put the game away.
Zach Fucale was pulled after the fifth goal. He made 27 saves before he was replaced by Marc-Olivier Daigle.
The Mooseheads were without Darcy Ashley who was experiencing concussion-like symptoms. Martin Frk and Anthony Terenzio remain out of the lineup with concussions as well. The team plays less than 24-hours later at 5 p.m. Atlantic in Rimouski.
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