The Baie-Comeau Drakkar defeated the Quebec Remparts 4-1 on Saturday at the Henry-Leonard Center.
The Drakkar largely dominated and started the second battle. Matyas Melovsky gave the local favorites a 2-1 lead, while Justin Poirier extended the lead to 3-1 with 5:29 minutes left.
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Isaac Dufort had already scored the first goal in the first third, but Pier-Etienne Cloutier equalized for the guests.
In goal, Louis-Antoine Denault managed to keep his team in the game by making 33 saves in the loss. Charles-Édward Gravel stopped 17 shots for Baie-Comeau.
However, the Remparts were solid four on five as they took advantage of the Drakkar's five numerical advantages. Furthermore, Éric Veilleux's players hit the mark in a man-advantage situation.
Quebec will look to end a run of three straight losses against the Chicoutimi Saguenéens on Sunday. The Remparts are at the bottom of the Eastern Association standings with 34 points in 45 games.