The Magog Cantonniers had their lesson 24 hours earlier. After having
missed the victory in the final moments of the first part of the final four seven,
Felix Potvin of teens have had the last word Saturday night by winning 2-1 against the
Lions du Lac St-Louis.
The final four series of seven that moves Dollard des Ormeaux weekend
next to the parts 3 and 4 is equal 1-1. Lions gave cold sweats
Cantonniers and their supporters to narrowing the gap to a goal with just over seven
minutes remaining in the third period. Playing with a little more bite after breaking
Ice Lions buzzed around the cage Justin Blanchette, first star
meeting with 34 saves.
While Blanchette frustrated visitors, Felix Miller in the first period and Tristan
Gagnon in the second period were the authors of the two goals were enough to
Magogois to win again.
A quiet guardian
Blanchette well be a guardian of only 15 years who was number two behind
Alex D’Orio veteran in the early rounds, to admit that he appears calm
disarming before his fortress. “It is not easy, especially in the final, but I’m
concentrated and as soon as the game starts I’m in my element. A safe guardian of it’s
best companion for working teammates, “recounted the hero of the game.
For its part, Tristan Gagnon, who works as a madman, was rewarded with his goal
winner. “It is true that I work tirelessly. This is our recipe. I confess, however, that
we have not seen the end of desired part. We will have to improve this aspect ”
claims the hockey Sherbrooke.
In his office, coach Felix Potvin was very happy with the result. “The guys all
given. Must make their credit. However, there is room for improvement. On a week
before us to disembark at home even better prepared Lions. At now we
to steal their victory, “said Potvin has obviously paid tribute to his
“It’s a combative guardian. It seems well in this final as the Lions are still
in search of a first play goal. Justin has a lot. It must be
In the locker room losers, Jon Goyens coach hopes to use the return of his
team at home to find a better version of the Lions. “You have to generate more
offensive, as we can do, but nobody believed that this would be final
easy for one team or the other. Every inch of the ice is hard to earn. Rest
will be beneficial, “he suggested.