Content until shooting by the modest Arctic Montreal-North Friday evening, the Inouk have been much more convincing in Sunday’s side to Gatineau. Félip Bourdeau then completed a hat trick, leading the charge in a victory of 5-2 in the face of the Flames.
“We gave away two goals shorthanded, but all in all, it was a solid five-on-five,” summarized the head coach of Inouk, Patrice Bosch.
Supplementing to marvel, William Leblanc, and Louis-Philippe Denis on the first trio, Bourdeau was particularly struck twice on the power play. “That is what makes the success of Félip, it is his work ethic. When you work as hard, you’re rewarded with goals and assists, ” noted Bosch.
The winning goal, however, returns to the versatile Tristan Chagnon. “Our fourth trio has given the game quality, to the point where I wanted to give them more ice time in the second period. “
Laurent Minville has also hurt the Flames by bringing the score to 4-2 by the end of the game. Nicolas Roy and Denis were each awarded two assists.
On the side of Gatineau, only Alexis Bertrand (two goals) was able to beat the goalkeeper, Marc-Antoine Dufour (30 stops).
The defeat went to the folder of the Sheffordois Sean Julian (33 stops).
The radius of bad news, we note that the Inouk have lost veteran defender Vincent Lampron during the match. The name of Miguel Duchaine has also been added to the injured list. “There’s nothing too worrisome in their case, has stated, however Patrice Bosch. We especially want to act as a precaution. “
Sick, Ludovyk Caron and jeremy Staff were also held in the gap Sunday.
The Inouk have only two games left in the regular season. Riding on a sequence of four wins, they will play against the Predators in Saint-Gabriel-de-Brandon on Friday, and then the Titan at Princeville Sunday, February 24.