According to Patrice Bosch, the Inouk have played hockey ” conservative “, Thursday evening, at Valleyfield. A strategy that has proved successful since the Granbyens have left the country of the Braves with a victory of 5-2.
“Surprisingly, when one does not take too much risk, we get more scoring chances, highlighted by Bosch. Tonight, our six human rights defenders have been solid, our special units (three-in-three shorthanded and a goal in numerical advantage) have done the work and Marc-Antoine Dufour has been excellent in front of his net. “
Dufour, in effect, blocked 39 of 41 shots directed towards him. Bosch said that he had been ” true to himself “.
“I loved the effort by everyone tonight, has taken over as coach. We were on the road, we played against a team that is tough to beat at home and that has played a good game also. It has not stolen the victory. “
William Leblanc has led the attack for the victors with two goals, the last successful in a empty cage, and a password. “Will The Thrill” now has 53 goals, which approach dangerously close to the team record, which belongs to Érik Longtin and that is 55. With a little luck, he could rival and even beat the mark Longtin no later than Friday evening when the Braves stop off at the centre sportif Léonard-Grondin.
Raphael Bouchard (added a password), Louis-Philippe Denis and Tristan Belliveau were the other markers of Inouk. Laurent Minville and Vincent Lampron scored two assists.
None of the many injured was back, Thursday, in the camp of Inouk.
With this victory, the first of three tests in the face of the Braves this season, Inouk (26-10-1) have joined the French College in the third place in the overall standings of the junior hockey League AAA. Longueuil, who will face Côte-du-Sud on Friday, however, has a game in hand.