BATHURST, N.B. —
4 gamers from Prince County performed key roles in serving to their respective groups within the Quebec Main Junior Hockey League on Friday evening.
Summerside native and ahead Bennett MacArthur scored the successful aim within the fourth spherical of the shootout to raise the host Acadie-Bathurst Titan to a 7-6 victory over the Halifax Mooseheads.
Saint John Sea Canines defenceman and assistant captain Charlie DesRoches, of Days Nook, contributed 4 factors – two objectives and two assists – in a 9-4 victory over the visiting Moncton Wildcats. DesRoches, who’s averaging a degree a recreation with two objectives and 11 assists in 13 regular-season contests, was named the sport’s second star.
MacArthur additionally scored in regulation time for the Titan. In 13 regular-season video games, he has seven objectives and three assists for 10 factors.
Chad Arsenault of St-Rafael earned the goaltending win for Acadie-Bathurst. Arsenault stopped 28 of 34 photographs throughout regulation time and additional time and was crushed twice on 4 shootout makes an attempt.
Arsenault, who signed with the Titan for the rest of the season earlier this week, improved to 6-4 (won-lost). His goals-against common is 3.41 and he has a save proportion of .907.
Arsenault earns help
Additionally Friday, Rouyn-Noranda Huskies’ rookie ahead Donovan Arsenault, who’s from Richmond, earned an help in a 5-4 additional time loss to the Val-d’Or Foreurs. Arsenault has 5 factors, together with two objectives, in 9 regular-season video games.