William Leblanc was approached at a single point in the team record of 116 in a season when the Inouk have crushed the Predators in Saint-Gabriel-de-Brandon, 8-2, Friday evening, in the Lanaudière region.
“Will The Thrill” has tallied five assists in the face of Predators. With 115 points, it heats up seriously the mark of Francis Merchant, established in 2007-2008.
Louis-Philippe Denis, with two goals and two assists, and Tristan Belliveau, with a goal and three assists, collected four points each. Nicolas Roy (2-1) and Raphaël Bouchard (1-2) with three points each, were not at rest.
Félip Bourdeau and Vincent Lampron have completed the scoring of the winners, who have threaded the needle two times in numeric advantage.
Marc-Antoine Dufour has already been some evenings are busier in front of the net of Inouk. He faced 20 shots.
“This is not the kind of game a coach loves to coach because the players, you see, are always tempted to get out of the framework that we had established, explained Patrice Bosch. But hey, we did what we had to do to win…”
Perhaps for the first time of the season, no player had been removed from the alignment due to an injury to the side of Inouk.
Since the French College and the Titan have also won on Friday night, Inouk (35-11-1) have not changed their rank, who are still two points behind Longueuil (second) and one point behind Princeville (third).
The Inouk will compete in just their last game of the regular schedule in Princeville, Sunday afternoon.