Sherbrooke Phoenix beat Gatineau Olympiques 5-1

CENTRE ROBERT-GUERTIN, GATINEAU, QC — Charles-Antoine Roy had two goals and an assist leading the Sherbrooke Phœnix to a 5-1 victory over the Gatineau Olympiques. Benjamin Tardif added three assists for the Phœnix.

Tommy DaSilva made 25 saves for the Olympiques.

The Phœnix led 2-1 at the end of the first period after two goals from Roy. Tyler Boivin scored for Gatineau.

The Phœnix widened their lead to 3-1 in the second period after Julien Anctil scored.

In the third period Sherbrooke padded their lead to 5-1 after goals from Taro Jentzsch and Bailey Peach.

ON THE POWER PLAY: The Phœnix scored once in four chances while the Olympiques failed to score in six opportunities.

STARS OF THE GAME: 1. Charles-Antoine Roy (Sherbrooke), 2. Benjamin Tardif (Sherbrooke) and 3. Tommy DaSilva (Gatineau).

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